Last Updated on April 13, 2017 by Marie Bautista
I suck at watching what I eat, which is why I get more cheat days than diet days, but I am pretty strict with my workout.
I need to do at least a 3K run or a Jillian Michael’s circuit training at least 3 times a week.
On a particularly fitness-inspired day, I tend to over-train…
And that’s not good for a forty-something mom, I tell you.
I get intense muscle pain.
Plus, due to my on-and-off relationship with running, my feet get confused,
resulting to my poor feet turning outwards every time I run.
I know, it is weird, because it looks normal when I walk.
Apparently, my feet underpronate when I run.
I never even thought about this until I noticed my shoes’ outer edge. My feet’s tendency to underpronate apparently makes me more susceptible to to muscle injuries like Achilles tendinitis and plantar fasciitis.
How I wish I have RPM2…
RPM2 (Remote Performance Measurement/Monitoring) is a brand new technology-specifically engineered to enhance your performance by providing data related to gait, range of motion, force, and power.
RPM2 is the first footbed power meter in the world with remote force-measuring shoe insole used to help correct mechanics and form for athletes potentially reducing injury.
Isn’t it amazing how our tech geniuses always come up with something innovative? I used to have running shoes with trackers that were “tracked” by my phone’s Running App. These shoe insoles, however, go a monumental step upward by showing detailed reports designed to help you achieve bilateral equivalence and higher performance as you do your exercises.
I bet the Power Meter can monitor the way I run and hopefully help with my underpronation.
RPM2 provides accurate data to help you be better, stronger, and achieve higher performance. RPM2 is designed to simply make the measurements necessary for you and your trainer to make adjustments to training regimens and protocols. RPM2 is the only true running power meter in the world and streams real-time power during exercise.
I can’t wait to get my hands (or should I say soles) on these!
Click here to learn more about the RPM² ™(Remote Performance Measurement/Monitoring).
Aileen A says
Let me know sis once you've tried it. This looks interesting. When I had my gait analysis, I always thought I was neutral or balanced. Turns out I slightly overpronate hehehe. What I can't accept at first was when they told me I was flatfooted. No way! Don't flatfooted people easily trip or lose their balance? At least that is what I thought and I am never clumsy or prone to tripping or losing my balance.
Anyway, over or underpronation is easily remedied with the proper kind of running shoes. I was a little bit uneasy at first with my new pair but after a while, the weird feeling was gone. I can run normally with them.