Nike Toronto had recently invited a group of its movers and shakers to redefine the future of training and running with the new Nike Free campaign, “A Revolution in Motion” with Canada’s only Nike Master Trainer Eva Redpath, Nike+ Run Club Head Coach Rejean Chiasson, and special guest, Canada Athletic’s Head Coach, Jeff Huntoon.
Myodetox Performance opened its facility where all three respective trainers switched up our routine with a high-intensity circuit training workout led by NTC’s Eva Redpath and Coach Jeff Huntoon, and a NRC speed run session led by Coach Rejean Chiasson. The Nike Free campaign encourages athletes to get out of their comfort zones — runners must train and trainers must run.
According to nike.com, “An athlete who is able to develop his or her innate natural abilities can run farther or faster, jump higher and become stronger, thus challenging performance boundaries and athletic records.” This reality drives the ongoing development of Nike Free, including the innovation in natural motion facilitated by Nike Free technology. With its new auxetic midsole technology, it allows the foot, rather than the shoe, to take the lead.
Building upon over a decade of Nike Free innovations, Nike unveiled its new additions to its Free footwear family. Each features a progressive geometric auxetic midsole designed to enable an athlete’s natural motion and develop strength, whether they are running or training.
The Nike Free RN Flyknit and Nike Free RN are available from April 7th in men’s, women’s and young athlete sizing at your local Nike store and Nike.com. The men’s Nike Free Train Force Flyknit and women’s Nike Free Transform Flyknit are also available from April 7th at your local Nike store and Nike.com. In addition, all styles are available to be customized with NIKEiD.
As a side note, the Nike Free RN Motion Flyknit will be available from May 5 at local Nike stores and nike.com.
Throughout our high-intensity workouts and speed run sessions,we were introduced to a series of footwork, upper body strength, and agility exercises. As a group, we were able to put all four of Nike Free’s latest footwear to the ultimate test including the: Nike Free RN Flyknit, Nike Free RN, Women’s Nike Free Transform Flyknit, and Men’s Nike Free Train Force Flyknit.
Nike encourages athletes of all kinds to get out there, challenge themselves, and get out of your comfort zones. With that being said, purchase a series of Nike’s latest Free footwear from your local Nike store or on nike.com and put them to the test for 30 days. If you aren’t a fan, bring them back.
Join Nike’s NTC or NRC communities, whether it’s through a mobile app or Nike live session runs and workouts. Sign up on Nike Toronto here.
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