Fluid Running for Athletes

Fluid Running’s high-intensity workouts harness the power of water, pushing you past your limits without negative impact to your body.

Challenging and Effective

Fluid Running is not just for marathoners, triathletes and ultra-endurance athletes.  It’s a game changer for any athlete, from sprinters, to football players, to soccer players, gymnasts and even ballerina’s, who want to maintain (and improve) their fitness through injury.  Fluid Running will teach you proper form and our workouts will keep you motivated and challenged. Get your heartrate up, improve your Vo2 max and work every muscle in your body.

“I got my heart rate up to 170. 170 in the pool is really hard to do!

Triathlon Taren

Coach and Triathlete

Level 3 Fluid Running Workout – Run with a Pro – Created for Nike Runner Vanessa Fraser

Why Fluid Run

Maintain Fitness while Injured

Don’t let an injury stop you.  Studies show you can maintain or improve fitness levels.

Strength Building

  • Get a full body workout including arms, legs and all core stabilizer muscles

Reduce Injury Risk

Increased training can often lead to a greater risk of injury.  Water is safer than most others.

Improve Cardio and VO2 Max

Increased resistance in the water contributes to a great cardio workout and improved VO2 Max.

Recover Faster

Fluid Running is Active Recovery which is hard to achieve with many other workouts.

Reduce Training Limitations

Due to the no-impact nature, you can push yourself harder when training in water.

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.⁣

Ben Hoffman

Triathlete, 7X Ironman Champion

“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.“

Vanessa Fraser

Professional Runner, Nike Bowerman

“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.”

Taren Gesell

Triathlon Coach, MOTTIV

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