Marathon Training Altamonte Springs FL

Local resource for marathon training in Altamonte Springs. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to gyms and fitness centers, as well as advice and content on running marathons.

Lifestyle Family Fitness
(407) 260-5797
140 Cranes Roost Blvd
Altamonte Springs, FL
Industry
Personal Trainer, Yoga Instructor

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Golds Gym Aerobic Center
(407) 831-0100
130 E Altamonte Dr
Altamonte Springs, FL
 
Altamonte American Karate Academy Inc
(407) 774-6112
1005 Sunshine Ln
Altamonte Springs, FL
 
Super Slow Zone
(407) 875-3800
185 S Westmonte Dr
Altamonte Springs, FL
 
Planet Fitness
(407) 786-7373
280 S State Road 434
Altamonte Springs, FL
 
Rock Solid Fitness
(407) 869-7625
959 Explorer Cv Ste 1018
Altamonte Springs, FL
Industry
Personal Trainer

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Bally Total Fitness
(407) 869-9858
733 W State Road 436
Altamonte Springs, FL
 
Super Slow Exercise Specialist
(407) 862-2552
285 W Central Pkwy # 1732
Altamonte Springs, FL
 
Drew Medical Health Evaluations
(407) 788-3339
277 Douglas Ave
Altamonte Springs, FL
Industry
Personal Trainer

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Iron Strong - Orlando Personal
(914) 421-8201
1771 W State Road 434
Longwood, FL
Industry
Personal Trainer

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“New Apple App may forever change the way people use treadmills”

“New Apple App may forever change the way people use treadmills”
Whether you are an elite athlete, a casual runner, or just enjoy going for a walk to keep fit, a new Apple iPhone Application called Fun Run Trainer, may change forever the way you use a treadmill.
 “Treadmills are by far the most popular piece of exercising equipment anywhere in the world yet there has been no easy way to create your own routes or to practice for popular events on all treadmills, until now,” said Brett Galbraith, the inventor of Fun Run Trainer. 
 
Fun Run Trainer is a totally unique iPhone application that allows the user to run, jog or walk, anywhere in the world on any treadmill as if you are there, with a real time video map and precise inclination settings.
 
“We have tried hard to make our application appeal to all sorts of treadmills users. For those who want to go for a casual walk we have a number of world famous beaches for them to walk along. We have also included some of the world’s most famous streets like Wall Street, Fleet Street, Paseo de la Reforma and the Champs-Elysees Avenue.”
 
“You can also choose from over 200 of the world’s most popular running events or from the top 10 Marathons around the world like the Boston Marathon and the New York City Marathon.”
 
“Now you can email your friends to let them know that you have just finished the Honolulu Marathon and warmed down with a casual stroll along Venice Beach!”
 
Fun Run Trainer has a limitless capacity as you can create your own routes for anywhere in the world and then sync them to your iPhone at the press of a button.
 
“The feedback about the application has been amazing. People who have never wanted to own a treadmill are now telling me that they will buy one because now they can practice for events in other states as if they were there. I’ve even had someone tell me that they will use the app to see if they can run across Australia in a year because the program can track their progress and store their position and statistics.”
 
Fun Run Trainer isn’t only for treadmill users, it also works just as well for Ellipticals and Exercise Bikes.
 
“The quality of the real time satellite image is amazing whether you are running at 12 km/h or keeping up with the peloton at 80 km/h on your exercise bike. We will also be adding a number of premium cycling events in the near future including the Tour de France and the Giro d’Italia (Tour if Italy).”
 
Fun Run Trainer is set to be hugely popular with running event organizers as it will allow people to train for their events from their local gym or from home and in any weather conditions.
 
“We are hoping that event organizers really get behind this product becaus...

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