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NOHrD Sprintbok Spec Sheets 2019

Sprintbok Training The principle of the motorless Sprintbok treadmill is based on the runner’s foot effectively pushing the slat belt backwards at the strike point. The curved belt surface, featuring vertical and horizontal contours, enhances the downward and backward pulling of the belt – ideal for a more natural pace. Once the foot strikes, the runner’s bodyweight contributes to pushing the treadmill belt downwards and backwards. The foot’s point of contact is always slightly in front of the body’s center of gravity. The high-quality, ball bearing mounted running slats reduce horizontal friction during the strike phase. Less friction when the foot strikes, encourages more muscle engagement. Easy, intuitive familiarization: start with a simple walk to get a feel for self-powering the treadmill. Once you find your balance at a walk pace, the transition to a comfortable jog is easy. Picking up speed: shifting your body’s center of gravity slightly forward, while running more forward, “into” the curve will increase the running pace. Train for speed: the Sprintbok instantly reacts to the user’s speed increase. The flexible slats ensure minimal strain on the joints.

Technical Details - Weight: 120 kg - Running surface: 160 cm x 45 cm - Min. running surface height: 32 cm - Wooden frame width: 8 cm - 2 polyurethane wheels for easy manoevering - 17.3” tablet incl. with 3 training modes: - Free-training, scenery/city runs, fitness trails - Quiet running noise when in use, thanks to vibration-reducing, natural rubber H: 160 cm L: 175 cm W: 86 cm 160 kg Unit weight 160 kg Max. user weight 1 Package 250 kg, 180 x 90 x 80 cm Endurance 86 cm 64 cm 40 cm 175 cm