After months of hard work we’ve finally finished two new videos which showcase the ARION features and how it will help you improve your running technique. Special thanks goes out to our runners Jonathan Mutebwa and Marta Pape for helping us and for withstanding a freezing night and a freezing morning in full running gear, our video team VLA Films and our photographer Peter van Nobelen.
Research has shown that technique is an important factor that can influence running economy, performance and injury risk. Running technique has many facets making it complex to understand and monitor.
If you’re following us on Instagram already you might have seen a new type of post from us. Since a few weeks we’ve been sharing these weekly #ARIONtips, all kinds of running tips ranging from technique, to performance, to injury prevention. Here’s an overview of the tips we’ve shared the past couple of weeks.
We often receive questions about which ARION pack to choose, the pro pack with two footpods or the starter pack with one footpod. What’s the difference and which one is best for me? In this post we will walk through some of the differences and options to help you make the right choice.
Footstrike is often a popular topic in the running community. Many people have strong opinions on what’s best. While heel strike is by far the most used, some suggest a forefoot or midfoot strike is better. Others even suggest it doesn’t matter at all. Let’s discuss what research says about this aspect of your running technique.