Indoor Runs are perfect for those days when the weather has turned and the run needs to be completed on a treadmill.
You can still benefit from NURVV Run's unique metrics when you run indoors!
To go for an Indoor run, make sure the trackers are on and connected to the NURVV Run insoles and the app. From the Run Hub, tap Indoor Run. Once the trackers are configured, the app will indicate that you are ready to run. Tap RUN and a countdown will begin.
When running indoors, the app displays live Pace, Cadence, Split, and Footstrike metrics.
You can pause/resume your run using the controls at the bottom of the screen. When a run is paused, you can end it by pushing and holding the Stop button.
Footstrike Trainer a tool available for use during Indoor Runs. As you run, Footstrike Trainer provides real-time visualization of your Footstrike on both the left and right foot – so you can see exactly how your feet land each and every step. To access Footstrike Trainer, simply begin an Indoor Run from the Run Hub and swipe the screen to the right until the foot graphic appears.
Footstrike Trainer allows you to make the connection between how your foot landing feels and the type of Footstrike you’re using – so you’ll know how a Forefoot strike feels compared to a Rearfoot strike, for example. You can also see if your Footstrike is the same on the left and right foot or whether there’s a mismatch. A mismatch could suggest imbalances higher up the biomechanical chain and could be an indicator of injury risk.
Using Footstrike Trainer
Footstrike Trainer is great for identifying your individual Footstrike pattern, and it’s also a key tool if you want to make any modifications or transition your footstrike.
Designed to be viewed in real-time, with your mobile device placed on the treadmill console, Footstrike Trainer can help you follow a Footstrike retraining program.
Footstrike Trainer gives you feedback on your Footstrike in three different ways:
- The foot graphics will light green in the foot's corresponding regions to indicate Forefoot, Midfoot, and Rearfoot strikes as they happen.
- The white dot on each foot shows the most common Footstrike type over a rolling 10-second window.
- The percentages below the foot graphics indicate the most common Footstrike type and the share of all Footstrikes it accounts for over a rolling 10-second window.
Following an Indoor Run, you can access all of the usual metrics via the Run Summary.