A few wisps of dirty blond hair and a primal “OOOOOOW!” emerge from inside Lauren Fleshman’s hood. She holds her black sweatshirt above her navel to keep it dry and lowers her legs into the Willamette River’s frigid current.
ElliptiGO Inc., creators of the world’s first outdoor elliptical bike, today released the results of a metabolic testing study conducted by the Exercise and Physical Activity Resource Center (EPARC) at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD.)
Lifelong runner Becky Worley reports on her ElliptiGO experience, and hosts Sam and Lara ride the ElliptiGO in Times Square.
ElliptiGO, Inc., creators of the world’s first elliptical bicycle, today announced their sponsorship of Team Run Eugene (TRE), a newly-established, non-profit organization formed to help develop middle and long-distance runners for national and international competition.
ElliptiGO announced their partnership with the 88bikes Foundation ( 88bikes.org ). Launching their sixth and most ambitious project this year, 88bikes aims to endow thousands of bicycles to children around the world who have been rescued from slavery and abuse.
At the conclusion of a successful year that included winning the ITU Long Distance Triathlon World Championships for Men 30-34, top-ranked age-group triathlete Ben Greenfield has announced his goal of turning pro in 2012.
In October 2011, the Exercise and Physical Activity Resource Center (EPARC) at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) completed a metabolic testing study to determine and compare the energy cost of riding an ElliptiGO elliptical bike with conventional cycling and running.
The chilly fall morning of November 5th started early for 34 competitors in the 2nd Annual ElliptiGO World Championships of Elliptical Cycling, ready to challenge themselves with a race to the top of Palomar Mountain. With international athletes coming in from Spain, England, and Canada, along with participants from across the U.S., the diverse field was nearly double the size of last year's inaugural race.
To help prep for the 2012 Olympics, this 5000-meter track star will toe the starting line at this month’s New York City Marathon.
After experiencing knee injuries, Bryan Pate could no longer run for exercise. He tried switching to bike riding, but sitting on a bike created pain for him, as well. He tried using an elliptical trainer at the gym, but working out inside became too boring.