Intro to Running

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By Fayth Caruso

Workout Breakdown

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Description

“Practice running with optimal form.”

This video is made for runners in mind. It demonstrates how to run on the bellicon with optimal form.

  • Duration: 11 mins
  • Bounces: 593
  • Calories: 45
  • Level: 3

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Intro to Running


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Fayth Caruso

This video is made for runners in mind. It demonstrates how to run on the bellicon with optimal form.

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Donna

Perfect pace for a beginner! Nice stretch at the end.

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Lannette

Short and sweet. Again, great alignment reminders.

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Karen Lewandowski

Great! I will be doing this one alot Fayth, thanks!

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michele

Good intro to running. Tks.

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Satusirkku Minor

Just got my bellicon, wonderful intro to running. I am too heavy to run really, but not on the bellicon! Thanks!

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Bonnie cooper

Love these video workouts

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Jennifer Maeve

good jog

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anne marie lavoie

Feels good !

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Sheila Kulycky

Very easy and short. Nice stretches.

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Suzanne

Love this 12 minute workout ☺️

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Anne Bastien

Nice and good to start the day =)

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Janis Moore

Loving the progressions, alignment reminders and stretching.  Just enough to stay motivated and enthused. [:06:]

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Sherry Shrimpton

love this workout!  nice back ground, excellent instruction.

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