Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by Wild Dan Hibiki, Mar 19, 2008.
Anyone have one? What are your thoughts on it, i'm going to pick one up tomorrow.
Absolutely love mine. It's a great training/motivation tool for running. The website that you upload the info to is damn cool. To give you an idea of how much it helped me; in my last 10k my first split was only 30 seconds off my last split. Running with it has really helped me on keeping my pace.
yeah it's a cool piece of kit and seems to be pretty accurate. It's worth noting that you dont need nike+ trainers to use it.
Google Nike+ shoe mods and you'll find numerous ways that people have connected them to other makes of shoe.
where do you get? the only sports store where i libe is Cleves and i dont think they do
If you're serious about your training I wouldn't get one. I know a lot of people that have had to return theirs after a few months. I recommend anything from garmin. If you can afford it, get the 305!
i have the reciever clip that connects to your shoelaces so no you dont need to use nike show for them. i shall use them next tuesday after easter long weekend
I bought it when it came out, used it for a while but didn't find it accurate enough and I didn't like running in the Nike+ shoes. It's good to hear that you can use it with other shoes now, I might give ut another try...
I loved the nike + kit when I first got mine. It is nice to have reminders of exactly how much distance you have gone or have left. I don't use mine much now due to the winter months keep me from running outside and I now just use a treadmill and the podfitness system, however the nike + system did help me a lot when I was using it.
I have the 30gb Ipod video, does anyone know if it will work with that?
No, it says it only works on the nano's, don't know why though.
can someone fill me in on podfitness?
FYI there are other kits out there that are WAY better than the nike+ kit. look into the garmin trainers. they have WAY more features then the nike+ kit.
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