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Why run on a curved treadmill
You may have noticed curved treadmills popping up in boutique gyms, rehabilitation facilities, and performance centers - but what makes these unusual concave-shaped metabolic machines the real deal?
Specifically designed for natural human movement, the curved runner is powered solely by your output. The faster you run, the more energy you output, the faster your goal goes perfectly. The combination of a curved surface and self-power allows you to run in a natural style, with the balls of your feet. It causes you to push your body forward, creating the momentum needed.
Engages more muscle groups
A better workout "You work harder on a curved treadmill",The curved runner requires you to use more muscle groups than a regular motorised treadmill due to the propelling technique required when running on the curved self-powered curved surface. You should be expecting to work your glutes and hamstrings harder.
Burns Calories FASTER
Research has shown that a user's calorie expenditure can be 30-40% greater on a curved treadmill than a flat. This is due to the effort it takes to keep the belt moving - no matter your pace. Trust us, the curved runner will not let you take it easy!
Kind to your joints
As the runner encourages you to run on the balls of your feet, it reduces the impact on your joints, helping to maintain proper posture, and improves running performance.
As you jump off the curved runner, the speed reduces immediately allowing fast and quick and easy on-off interval training. There is no ‘stop’ button needed.
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