Fuel your addiction, dedication, and performance in an era when smarter training unlocks lifelong running potential.
The Zero Runner is for runners who want to run more efficiently, faster and avoid injuries. This one-of-a-kind running machine replicates real running motion but with zero impact. You add the miles but not the pounding to your body as you train for your next race.
The Zero Runner cracked the code to replicate real running motion with zero impact. Incorporating the Zero Runner into your training schedule allows you to continue to add the miles but without the impact on your joints.
The pedals are independent so you have free motion and flexibility to create a customized running stride that feels best to your body. The ingenious hip and knee joints on the Zero Runner facilitate this custom motion and natural stride – just like running outdoors.
The Zero Runner is a great option for runners who struggle to take days off. It is ideal for active recovery days because you’re still working on your running muscles and building endurance, with the added benefit of zero impact on your body.
Plus, undo some of the stress that running inflicts with CROSS CiRCUIT programs, such as flexibility and yoga routines.
One of the best ways to stay injury-free during your running program is to cross train. Whether you’re a weekend warrior or ultra runner, all runners can benefit from cross training on the Zero Runner to reduce the risk of getting injured.
Cross training varies the stresses to the body so that overall conditioning improves and you strengthen your weak links.
Plus, cross training can decrease the tendency to overtrain by incorporating balance and variety, so you can fuel your running addiction and run for the rest of your life.
Exclusively running is a thing of the past. Now, smart athletes, including professional marathoners, attest to the power of cross training to improve their race times and recovery.
With CROSS CiRCUIT on the Zero Runner, you can help minimize overuse injuries by strengthening the entire body and incorporating different exercises, such as lateral training, plyometrics, core moves and upper-body work.
Take on your weaker links and watch your running performance soar.
Initiate - transfer weight to the lead foot
Pull Through - acceleration that requires a strong hamstring contraction
Lift - knee flexion with hamstring curl for kick phase (heel to glute)
Extension - hip flexion, then knee extension to start the next stride
Frame - Lifetime, Parts - 5 Years, Labor - 1 year
|Stride (inches)||Dynamic stride length 58? (147cm)|
|Pedal Spacing (inches)||2.0? (51cm)|
|Machine Dimensions (inches)||38” x 63” x 59? (97 x 160 x 150cm) Live Area|
|Weight (pounds)||195lbs (89Kg)|
|Max User Weight (pounds)||300lbs (136Kg)|
|Low step-up height||5.2? (13.2cm)|
|Display||Head up LCD display|
|CROSS CiRCUIT||7 attachment points|
Zero Runner by Octane Fitness - zero-impact running