Running in the Pool?

Fluid Running H2O

I’m injured. We all get injured. So, what do we do? Do we just stop running until we heal? Or, do we go to the pool with Fluid Running H2Go and do a pool run?

I would say that latter!

Fluid Running H2Go

This package comes with everything you need to run in the pool — a running belt, a tether (just in case you want to stay in place), and headsets. The headsets are Bluetooth compatible. You can either listen to music while doing the workout or you can download Fluid Running audio workouts. They have a variety of them from beginner to advanced. You can even run a 10K in the pool using their workout.

Even if you’re not injured, pool running is beneficial in so many ways. For starters, you will burn more calories in the water because it’s denser than air; no stress on your joints; and you can increase cardio output, improve your posture and form, and increase muscular strength. Running in the water minimizes the wear and tear on your body.

It’s also a great way to cross-train for a big running event, like a marathon or ultra-marathon. This way you can run on land three days a week and in water two days a week for a nice workout schedule.

Taking it for a test drive:

I tried the Fluid Running set and it worked very well. I loved that there is training in your ear while you’re in the pool. The running belt is a Kiefer belt (so you know it’s the best) and the headsets work exceptionally well. I was very impressed and look forward to using this while rehabbing my knee.

To pick one up for yourself, go to either my storefront on Amazon or go to the company website at

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