Water Treadmill

Running Phenom, Mo Farah, Trains in HydroWorx Pool

| Posted in: HydroWorx, Oregon Project, Road to London - 2012 Olympics, Running, Sports Stories, Uncategorized, Water Treadmill

As the London Olympics are fast approaching, the pressure is on for these hopefuls to maximize their training in anticipation of the Olympic trials. Mo Farah, the international running star, has been featured running at the Oregon Project facility using the HydroWorx fitness pool. Farah’s use of the exercise pool increases both the intensity and […]

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Randolph YMCA is Now Offering the Future of Fitness: A Pain Free Way to Exercise!

| Posted in: Aquatic Conditioning, Health & Wellness Stories, Training Tips, Uncategorized, Water Therapy, Water Treadmill

On Saturday, Murphy Grant, Director of Sports Medicine and Head Football Athletic Trainer from the University of Kansas,offered an unbelievable 45-minute pool workout for Randolph YMCA members. This fall the Y became the proud owners of three X80 portable underwater treadmills that were placed in their warm water therapy pool.  The bootcamp was meant to […]

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NJ Nets Star uses Aquatic Therapy for Right Foot Injury

| Posted in: Aquatic Therapy, Health & Wellness Stories, HydroWorx, Physical Therapy, Sports Stories, Uncategorized, Water Therapy, Water Treadmill

The last thing an athlete wants is to be injured, especially during the season where not playing in a game could put your team in jeopardy.  That is exactly what has happened to NJ Nets center, Brook Lopez. On December 21st Lopez fractured his fifth metatarsal in his right foot, during the Nets second preseason […]

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All Steelers Fans Have Their Eyes on Roethlisberger

| Posted in: Athletic Training, Sports Medicine, Sports Stories, Uncategorized, Water Treadmill

In anticipation of tonight’s MNF duel between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the San Francisco 49ers, everyone is wondering just what will happen with Roethlisberger. After being questionable with a Grade 1 Ankle Sprain, the Pittsburgh Post Gazette reports that the Steelers quarterback will play in tonight’s game. Some people are doubting Roethlisberger’s ability to put […]

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What’s Your Workout: HydroWorx Pool

| Posted in: Aquatic Conditioning, Health & Wellness Stories, Physical Therapy, Uncategorized, Water Treadmill

For members at Results the Gym, working out in the HydroWorx 500 is their preferred training method. NBC Washington reports. View videos at: https://nbcwashington.com.

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Underwater Treadmill Training Offers Running Advantage

| Posted in: Aquatic Conditioning, Health & Wellness Stories, Nike Oregon Project Tracker, Road to London - 2012 Olympics, Uncategorized, Water Treadmill

After his highly-public move to the states to train with Alberto Salazar and the Oregon Project, Mo Farah continues to break records. People are beginning to wonder just what he is doing to give him that extra edge. Mo and Alberto have credited HydroWorx underwater running as a tool used to help push Mo and […]

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Obesity Tackled with Underwater Treadmill Workouts

| Posted in: Uncategorized, Water Treadmill

When an adult has a BMI of over 25, he or she is considered clinically obese. And the higher that BMI, the harder it is to work out in a land-based environment.

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Mavs’ GM Talks Butler Underwater Treadmill Therapy in Interview

| Posted in: In the News, Sports Stories, Uncategorized, Water Treadmill

Great article from sports radio interview… especially since it makes mention of the Dallas Mavs’ HydroWorx underwater treadmill!

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HydroWorx "Tank" is wowing APTA Attendees!

| Posted in: Aquatic Conditioning, Health & Wellness Stories, HydroWorx, Uncategorized, Water Therapy, Water Treadmill

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Guest Blogger & Masters Runner, Nick Berra, Shares His Experience on the Track and in the Water

| Posted in: Guest Bloggers, Running, Sports Stories, Training Tips, Uncategorized, Water Treadmill

As a 41-year old runner, I am well aware of the limitations I face as I attempt to remain competitive.  Like most masters athletes, not only do I not have the time or support structure of a collegiate or post-collegiate runner, but even if I did, I don’t think that I would be able to handle the […]

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