Fluid Running for Athletes

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

Benefits for Athletes

  • Maintain fitness while injured
  • Get a full body workout including arms, legs and all core stabilizer muscles
  • Improve your VO2 Max
  • Recover faster (think leg massage from hydrostatic pressure)
  • Reduce the risk of injury
  • Get a great cardio workout

Vanessa Fraser

Pro Runner for Nike

“I love that there are so many different options for guided workouts! It makes the time fly by, keeps it interesting, and helps get my heart rate up in a way that wouldn’t be as easy to do if I was just trying to do it completely on my own.”
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Ben Hoffman

7X Ironman Champ

“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.⁣”

Traithalon Taren doing Fluid Running

Taren Gesell

Triathlon Taren

“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.”

Supporting Articles

Incorporate Fluid Running for Land Performance Improvement

560 315 Jennifer Conroyd

Most runners believe that more miles are better, but running on land results in a ground force impact of 2-3 times your body weight.  So a 150-pound runner will strike the ground with 300-450 pounds of force.   Deep water running, when done correctly provides all of the benefits of running on land and more.  The…

Fluid Results – Triathlete and Lymphedema Warrior

560 315 Pam Devitt

Fluid Running has become a popular form of cross training for many triathletes, and is even more often used when they are recovering from an injury. On Instagram, we would follow triathletes that got an injury, and let them know about the benefits of Fluid Running H2Go. We found Jeff Davis when he posted a…

Fluid Recovery – Deca Triathlete Graham Smedley

560 315 Pam Devitt

You may be wondering, what is a Deca Triathlon? If you thought that sounded difficult to do you’d be right. Only 5 people have completed it, and Graham Smedley is one of them. It’s an ultra endurance triathlon, which is 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike, and a 26 mile run….. held once a day,…

Jen Govostis - Fountain of Youth

Fluid Results – Fountain of Youth

560 315 Pam Devitt

With only four training weeks left to go, I added Jennifer’s H2Go program to the end of each Athletics class in hopes of improving my endurance. The many hours in the pool were not in vain. I finished the Marine Corps Marathon in 3:42, which was not only a PR for me (by 22 minutes!), but also a Boston Marathon Qualifying time. As shocking as it may seem to runners (including myself), this was accomplished with only one land run per week!

Recommended Workouts

  • Fluid Running 10K $20.00 [62 min] [Run] [Endurance] We motivate and challenge you to run from start to finish with a few hills to tackle, short pick-ups, mile marker-shout outs and water stops to make you feel like you just completed a 10K race.
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  • $20.00 [55 min] [Run] [Sprints] This is a runner-focused workout with TRACK SETS as the meat of this workout.  Mile run, 800's (two times around the track), 400s (one time around the track) and 200s (half a lap).
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