Culley’s training philosophy was a key factor to getting her to the 2012 Olympics. She believes that all heavy stress days need to be followed by recovery run days. She understands that pushing too hard is what leads to injury or illness. Culley uses her off days to exercise on her ElliptiGO. It stretches her legs and gets her blood flowing. She also uses the ElliptiGO on her long run days; the ElliptiGO adds additional miles without putting extra strain on her legs. She says, “It’s a gateway to getting the time in without the draining effects of those last few miles.” Culley used her training to compete in the 5,000-meter event at the Olympics on August 10, 2012--she finished 14th!
Another great advantage of the ElliptiGO is that it isn’t reserved for outstanding athletes and Olympians – it accommodates the general consumer as well. The ElliptiGO offers 11 speeds, so that the rider can adjust the resistance of the workout. It works especially well for those recovering from injury. Those who suffer from back or knee injuries, for example, can find relief exercising on an ElliptiGO, as it dissolves the pain incurred while running or biking.
Aside from the physical benefits, the ElliptiGO provides an aesthetically pleasing workout. The freedom to escape the barriers of the gym and ride out onto an open trail make the workout a recreation rather than a burden. Also, using an ElliptiGO burns 33 percent more calories than riding a bicycle, so the user can get a great workout in just 30 minutes. Whether you’re looking to reinvent your workout, recover from an injury while remaining active or aspiring to be an Olympian, the ElliptiGO is the tool to take your performance to the next level.
To learn more about the ElliptiGO, visit www.Elliptigo.com .
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