The science behind Sproing is real and documented. We conducted an extensive three month study to prove what we already knew (and felt!) – that Sproing is half the impact of a treadmill or elliptical. Read for yourself the research studies. The facts are compelling.
- Research shows that Sproing has half the impact of a Woodway treadmill. To receive the full report, please contact us.
Metabolic Conditioning Research Studies:
Running Biomechanics: SPROING Promotes Correct Biomechanics – Forefoot Striking Research Studies:
- The Effect of Assisted and Resisted Sprint Training on Acceleration and Velocity in Division IA Female Soccer Athletes
- Mechanical power and muscle action during forward and backward running
- Harvard University Skeletal Biology Lab Website Studying Biomechanics of Footstrike describing benefits of barefoot running and Midsole/forefoot strike
- Pose Running Study showing Changing from heel striking reduces knee force
Barefoot Running also Promotes Forefoot Striking – Research:
Soft Surface Running Data – Research Studies:
- Journal of Experimental Biology Study Proving More Energy Consumed Walking/Running on Sand versus hard surface
- In-shoe plantar pressure distribution during running on natural grass and asphalt in recreational runners
- Sand running for strength and speed
- For a workout that’ll strengthen your legs and incinerate calories, hit the beach.
- Kneed to Know: In agony after a run? We feel your pain and we can help you avoid it
- Treadmill Training versus Outside Running
- Soft Surface Training, Part 1
- Soft Surface Training, Part 2
- Maybe Grass Makes You Faster