There are brokers who do not care about going out to train with bad weather; they are always willing to go running for fresh air. But for others not so easy, so you decide not to go running, preferring to run comfortably on the tape cover. Many can do it at home; others go to the gym to keep their daily training.
Running tape, For or against?
To judge whether the treadmill is good or bad, it must take into account the technical corridor to be evaluated, because no one can say that.
If there is a runner with good technique in the race, the fact of running on the treadmill is not the best, because the impact that occurs is repetitive and on a smooth surface, so it is best to use the tape if your running technique is really good Unless no other option left.
Of course, running outdoors does not compare to do on tape. Outdoor rubbing the influence of wind, changing terrain and distractions are not the same, which varies the technique of all cyclists.
Similarly, the position running is completely uniform throughout the training tape. But in the case of not having a good running technique is not running on the treadmill inadvisable to train, since training on these platforms has its advantages.
There are many machines that exist in the market today that allow the athlete to create their own workouts, which can be an advantage for the corridor. It also allows programming of outputs, resulting in an improvement of the technique.
These include the ability to keep a steady pace, scheduling breaks, etc. Working with a tilt and time is not a problem.
Do you have health consequences?
The answer to this will depend on the technical beste loopband and physical condition that has the athlete. Of course the effort it takes to run on the treadmill is significantly lower than that done outdoors.
If a person starts running is a running technique, use of the tape is not recommended. Ie, it is recommended in athletes who start the race, you must first work his technique and the force applied to the race. This is essential, but unfortunately not uncommon.
When we started running and seek to improve the technique it is common for twins and soleus because the right thing is not in contact with the ground and the heel, but with part of the forefoot.
If the heel makes contact, it has been shown in different studies of biomechanics, the impact on your knees is very high.
The opposite occurs with the support metatarsal in midfoot or forefoot area that does not overload the joint, which further improves the race.
However, at first, it is not used and usually charges a lower leg as already mentioned. This will happen on tape too. It should be borne in mind that the tape prevents partially, the reverse shift, which causes some muscles such as the buttocks are used.