• Bowerman Track Club
    Inside the Nike Sports Center, Shelby is watching Game of Thrones on an iPad while easing into an hour on a Boost treadmill. Coming off her two mile victory at the 2019 USATF Indoor Championships, she’s nursing a bit of a bum foot that has required her to fill her days with light jogging and heavy cross training.
  • Milligan College | Cross Country and Track & Field
    We’re obviously impressed with the Boost 1 Treadmill and what it offers our program, but what also stood out was the first-class customer service we received from day one. - Chris Layne (Head Coach)
  • Cedarville University | Cross Country and Track & Field
    The Boost machine has given us a cross-training option most specific to running. Our high mileage guys are able to have a day of long, easy running without the stress and pounding of the roads. It has allowed several of our guys to get back into racing instead of spending time in rehab. -Paul Orchard (Head Coach)
  • Kevin Mcdowell
    Professional Triathlete
    I just wanted to follow-up and say how much I’ve benefited from the Boost treadmill! I did a big race block in May and the majority of my training beforehand was on it with me coming back from injury. The races exceeded my expectations and I am actually running the best I ever have to date after this minimal running land running/Boost use. I was able to podium in a World Cup in Italy and almost pulled off the win...we are still implementing the Boost treadmill in my training even with me being completely healthy now. It’s great for getting the turnover going and speed work without the big demands land running can have. Since triathlon already requires a lot of hours of training this just helps minimize risks.
  • University of Tennessee Soccer
    They allow our players to get fast, yet unweighted, runs in…without the pounding and normal wear and tear that comes with running on a standard treadmill. And most importantly, our kids love the Boost…they are gaining confidence from these workouts. Most of them run at 10-12 mph, which we term High-Speed Running (HSR) in Soccer. They know this running will translate to the soccer field. And again, doing so without the constant pounding. So whether it’s kids who are returning from a lower-body injury, or kids just wanting to do extra conditioning, the benefits are immense!  -Brian Pensky (Head Coach)
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