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What is Kinni?

The Kinni app is your new training partner, coach, friend and fitness instructor! Run a workout that you have created, pick from our Workout library or run the session that has been set for you by your own coach. Kinni can be used indoors or outdoors because it connects to

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What is BitGym?

BitGym is an online and mobile platform, for both iOS and Android that allows you to run real-world tours from the comfort of your own home. There is a free option with limited tours that you can run both online and offline with your treadmill. However, the paid membership option

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Indoor vs Outdoor running

The great debate.. Firstly, indoor running on treadmills has a much shorter history than outdoor running does. There has been some research into whether treadmill running is easier than outdoor running because of factors such as lack of wind resistance and the treadmill belt assisting leg turnover. It makes you

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Foot pods vs treadmills vs smartwatches

Foot pods vs treadmills vs smartwatches, what are the difference between them all? The accuracy of treadmills is something that is commonly discussed among everyone from data fanatics to running newbies. Whether you want to complete a run or compete in a race, accuracy matters. Smashing personal bests, hitting fast

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How to plan a great workout

There isn’t one single workout that we can guarantee will transform you into a pro athlete but you certainly can create a workout using the same principles they do. This will act as part of your training plan to help you become a faster runner! Disclaimer: Please consult with your

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What watts?

Do you know how much power your treadmill uses? To ensure you know what to expect before or after you buy your treadmill, we want you to understand ‘what watts’ your treadmill uses in order to account for this in your monthly finances. What are watts? Watts is what the

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How to structure your training week

No matter if you are training for your first 5K or your 100th marathon, it’s always best to have some structure to your training. Unless the structure is wearing you down and you just want to run ad hoc for a little bit (but this isn’t without it’s challenges too!)

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How to work out your training paces

Knowing how to work out your training paces is a good tool to have in your running arsenal, it allows you to train to the level you are and you can then track your improvements. There are a few different ways that you can work this out and can help

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