Like everyone, we are doing our best to get through the current situation. Being fit feels more important than ever right now. Everyone at ElliptiGO feels very fortunate to be helping people around the world stay active, have fun and be healthy.
Meet the ever-humble Mr. Allen Kilpatrick: A high mileage rider who created some excitement in the GERC (Global ElliptiGO Riders Club) with his sudden ability to pump out big rides on his Arc in between hours at work. Although he doesn’t talk a lot about it himself.
After first purchasing an 8c in the fall of 2018, and later an MSUB, I was recently given an 11R for test rides as an ElliptiGO Enthusiast.
Creating your own birthday party during Covid-19. Meet David Whiteside. This year he was set to run the Big Sur marathon for his 60th birthday, but as that, and all other races, were canceled it left him wondering what to do.
As I’m sure you can appreciate, this year feels like it flew by for us and I learned a lot during this whirlwind trip. My biggest takeaway was reinforcing what an amazing wife I have. She has been on the road living out of a suitcase since May 7th.
In this month’s Featured Rider article, ElliptiGO chatted with David Mart, a well-accomplished rider and runner who has been able to stay in the game for decades. Humble about his talents, we want to share Dave with you as he personifies stamina and an ever ongoing quest for health, riding, and running at a high level.
American distance running legend Steve Spence has been using ElliptiGO training since 2012, both for his own personal training and for the athletes he coaches at Shippensburg University. Spence grew up in Elizabethtown, PA where he attended Lower Dauphin HS and then stayed in state to attend Shippensburg University.
Just a few months ago, our ElliptiGO team was in Atlanta for the 2020 US Olympic Marathon Trials. Of the over 700 qualifiers, there were close to 100 ElliptiGO athletes competing, many of which were among the favorites to make the team. With some of the deepest fields our sport has ever seen, a record number of qualifiers, and probably the toughest course in Olympic Trials history, there was a tremendous build up to these races that would decide the first Track & Field Team USA qualifiers for the Tokyo Olympics.
In our story this month we bring you an interview with a strong and optimistic woman, Jennifer Dossett. ElliptiGO is thrilled to be a small part of her fight against rare cancer and happy to create a little joy in her workouts.
Tennille suggested I share what this experience has been like for us the past few weeks. It is a strange time to be stuck in an unfamiliar location a few thousand miles away from home. The past two weeks have challenged our ability to be flexible and stay positive, but we are doing our best.