Fluid Running for Fitness
Fluid Running’s signature method of teaching, coaching and motivating gives you the confidence to challenge yourself without pain, elevating your physical wellness to the next level.
Improve Your Life
Looking to increase cardio endurance, tone muscle, get faster, stronger and more fit? Fluid Running provides all of those benefits in one workout. Running in deep water gives you all the endurance benefits of running on land plus the additional benefits of strength and toning because muscles are required to work harder in water than on land. Water is 800 times denser than air requiring the body to engage the core, arms, glutes and legs to power through water without the harmful pounding on joints and tissue that can come from land running. Old or young, experienced with fitness or just beginning, Fluid Running offers a comprehensive, full body workout that can be modified for everyone’s fitness level.
“With Fluid Running I feel great. I call it my hydro therapy and I’ve downloaded all of the programs; it’s just the best workout – pain free, great cardio – and I’ve been doing it every day since before the quarantine and hope to continue to do it every day.”
Why Fluid Run
Zero and Low Impact
Reduced joint stress, and increased flexibility, allow for exercise when many other programs don’t.
Get a full body workout including arms, legs and all core stabilizer muscles
Reduce Injury Risk
Other forms of exercise can lead to a greater risk of injury. Water is safer than most others.
Increased resistance in the water contributes to a great cardio workout in a safer environment.
.Hydrostatic pressure provides Increased circulation and compression on lower legs
High Calorie Expenditure
Deep water running burns up to 40% more calories per minute than running on land.
What People Are Saying
“As a professional athlete coming back from injury, I kept my mind open and instituted a few new components to my recovery and build back to full health.“
“Fluid Running is the perfect supplemental tool to add in the extra cardio work without impact. I plan to continue to use it 2-3 times per week even when I am completely healthy again.“
“Straight up, that was an honest workout.””
“At one point I checked my heart rate and it was 170. 170 in the pool is really hard to do.”
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