DEMO

Demo a sample of the Training Groove now.

Yes!!! I want this. Simple but brilliant concept, can incorporate it in my running regiment immediately

The average recreational runner has a cadence of approximately 160 steps per minute. This cadence is often coupled with over-striding, which creates a braking effect when the foot lands in front of the body. Consequently, runners often experience pain or injury in the ankles, knees, and hips. 

 

Research indicates that a 180 cadence is a more efficient step rate. At this more efficient rate, the foot naturally lands more beneath the body’s center of gravity and there is less stress on the joints and bones.

These samples are MIDI mockups of works that will be recorded for Training Groove. Provide your feedback to help refine the music as we continue to work with composers.

© 2015-2019 by Annaka Hogelin

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Consult a medical physician before beginning any new exercise program and for consultation for your target running cadence.
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