Curved treadmills have quickly
grown in popularity due to requiring very little maintenance.
Coupled with this, there's arguments as to the improved biomechanics
and skill required to run on the curved bed...I'm undecided
on this myself. The skill required to run on a curved manual
bed means the further up the curve you are, the faster you will
go. If you're used to running at the front of a motorised treadmill
bed, you'll need to be mindful that you'll quickly reach full-speed
(a sprint) like this. Being manual, ultimately the user determines
the pace, which is refreshing and it proves a very useful method
of performing interval training...it somehow feels more natural
to increase stride length to increase the belt's speed of travel,
rather than push a button and then adjust your pace to suit
the bed's speed.
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