Jennifer Conroyd on Fluid Running

What does a marathoner do when she gets injured 6 weeks before the most important race of her career?  Dr. Google of course.

And what does she do when the healing modality of choice leads to a recovery that qualifies her for The Boston Marathon.  She builds her own company around that modality, of course.

Whether you’re an Olympic athlete or an 86 year old Gramma, Jennifer Conroyd explains how Fluid Running can make you stronger, fitter, healthier.

Deep water running offers not only as much resistance training as you want, it is completely non-impact.  Whether you’re treating an injury or maximizing your training or completely new to exercise, Jennifer discusses how fluid running gets you to where you want to be.

Needless to say, get clearance from your doctor before trying any new exercise regime… but this is something maybe your doctor will take up too!

If you have heart issues you’ll be interested to hear Jennifer’s description of deep water running’s effect on heart efficiency – again, talk to your doctor first!

Athletes, non-athletes, overweight, para-athletes… the list is endless who can benefit!

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About the guest: Jennifer Conroyd

Jennifer Conroyd is the founder of Fluid Running, a deep water running fitness company. She is an Ironman and has completed 16 marathons including the Boston Marathon.

Jennifer created Fluid Running after an injury left her unable to run in preparation for the 2010 Chicago Marathon. She ran exclusively in the deep water for the six weeks leading up to the race and not only finished that marathon but qualified for the Boston Marathon.

Fluid Running offers group classes that Men’s Journal voted one of the Best Workouts in America. Jennifer’s company recently launched the Fluid Running app-based system. It is the only one of its kind and allows anyone to do this workout anywhere in the world. 

Jennifer is a certified A.C.E. personal trainer, Aquatic Exercise Association instructor and a USATF trained coach. Additionally, she holds an Exercise Is Medicine credential with the American College of Sports Medicine and is certified by Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching. Jennifer is a graduate of Miami University. She was named a finalist for the 2018 Women in Tech Founders award.

 

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