TRAIN SMART RUNNING
Same biomechanics as running in runners, harder workout, lower risk of
increased oxygen uptake @ 8km/hr.
Relative to running shoes, KJ's
increase oxygen uptake 16% at 8km/hr., 11% at 10km/hr., 6% at 12km/hr.
to 80% less impact
Up to 80% less impact to feet, ankles,
and lower back.
oxygen uptake compared to over using conventional running shoes and
reduced risk of injury due to less impact allows you to train harder,
recover faster, with less injury related setbacks.
"As a tri-athlete, and runner, I developed an
over use knee injury sidelining me from training and competition. I
tried running again several times per year, but my knee injury would
flare up and the pain would return after only two or three kilometres.
first time I tried running in KJ's,
I was amazed that I didn't feel any knee pain. I'm now able to run
again, pain free.
now split my workouts with KJ's (60%)and running shoes (40%) and am
feeling stronger than ever. I highly recommend using KJ's to build
endurance and speed with amazing recovery time and way less abuse on
Brian Lang is a tri-athlete and runner who ran
competitively for 7 years. He uses KJ's now for the high oxygen uptake,
low impact training, but enjoys them for getting him out of his aqua
jogger and back on the road again.