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ElliptiGO cross-training speeds return to competitive running

Kyle Merber is a professional middle distance runner whose primary goal for the 2016 season was to qualify for the Rio Olympics in the 1500m. But when he suffered a sacral stress reaction that took him away from running for a full five weeks, he began cross-training on an ElliptiGO elliptical bike. The fitness he built up allowed him to salvage the season and still qualify for and compete in the Olympic Trials final.

Posted November 15, 2016 by David in Current Runner, Elites & Teams, Rider Profiles, updates
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ElliptiGO Athletes Turn in Top Finishes at NYC Marathon

In the 40th running of the TCS New York City Marathon, three ElliptiGO athletes finished in the top 10 and six placed in the top 20, cheered on by Rio Olympians and fellow ElliptiGO athletes Meb Keflezighi and Jared Ward, who were co-Grand Marshalls of the race.

Posted November 9, 2016 by David in Athlete Results, Current Runner, Elites & Teams, Press Releases, The ElliptiGO project
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Olympic Dreams Realized for ElliptiGO Athletes

For a handful of ElliptiGO athletes, the conclusion of the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials was just one more step leading to their ultimate goal – participating in the Rio 2016 Olympics. Emily Infeld, Colleen Quiqley, Kate Grace and Shannon Rowbury all qualified to participate in the Games, joining Meb Keflezighi, who had previously qualified in the US Olympic Marathon Trials, as well as several ElliptiGO athletes from other countries.

Posted July 13, 2016 by David in Athlete Results, Elites & Teams, updates
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ElliptiGO to be Active at Olympic Track & Field Trials

With the opening ceremonies of the Rio 2016 Olympics now less than 45 days away, excitement is rapidly rising in the track and field world. For USA Olympic hopefuls, their biggest opportunity to date begins with the Olympic Team Trials, July 1-10, in Eugene, Oregon. ElliptiGO will be in “Tracktown, USA” supporting scores of athletes who train on ElliptiGO bikes and providing opportunities for the community to experience elliptical cycling.

Posted June 22, 2016 by David in Current Runner, Elites & Teams, Events, updates
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World-class Coach on Importance of Cross-training

Rose Monday is recognized as one of the top women’s coaches in the United States for middle and long distance running. This summer, she will direct the USA women’s distance runners for the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. We talked with Coach Monday about the importance of cross-training for injury prevention and rehabilitation.

Posted March 23, 2016 by David in Elites & Teams, updates
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Even Elite Athletes Have Limits

Say “stress fracture” to an elite runner and chances are you’ll elicit a wince. The rigorous demands of training and competing at a world-class level can bring a finely tuned body to its knees. Amanda Eccleston knows that all too well. Fortunately, she discovered how an ElliptiGO bike can keep her in top condition while reducing the pounding and chance of injury.

Posted March 9, 2016 by David in Current Runner, Elites & Teams, Rider Profiles, The ElliptiGO project, updates
Meb Keflezighi Trains on ElliptiGO Bike

ElliptiGO Athlete Meb Keflezighi Headed to Fourth Olympic Games

ElliptiGO athlete Meb Keflezighi secured a spot on his fourth Olympic team Saturday by finishing second at the 2016 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials. At 40 years old, Keflezighi is the oldest American distance runner ever to qualify for the Olympics. One key to his success is ElliptiGO training, which helps him optimize recovery, increase his volume and keep up with the high mileage he needs for marathon distance success.

Posted February 18, 2016 by David in Athlete Results, Elites & Teams, Press Releases, The ElliptiGO project, updates