Watch How The Asics Gilderide Reduces Energy Loss To Push You Further

The brand took to the Bonneville Salt Flats for an epic race
15:28, 03 Oct 2019

Fans of running will welcome the new trainer launch by Asics, with the Glideride scientifically proven to reduce energy loss when running. 

The sneaker works by minimising lower leg movement through the stride - giving a feeling of effortless coasting - to make it easier for runners to keep going for longer. 

To demonstrate what this means for a runner, Asics put the theory to the test in a unique race on Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah. 

The race was designed by an expert team of sports scientists, Runkeeper data analysts, elite coaches and engineers that saw 30 runners of different abilities, from around the world, put the latest technology and theory in running performance to the test.

Participants explored how energy-saving technology can assist them in improving performance in the ultimate battle against themselves – The Eternal Run.

"This latest innovation is a major milestone in achieving our goal to make our energy-saving technology available to all runners," says Yasuhito Hirota, Asics President and COO.

 So if you are looking for a little help from a trainer that can help improve your performance, look no further than the Asics Glideride which will push you further.

www.asics.com

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