> > Are you still living with your mother?
> > J
> > > Dear runners,
> > > i have seen many interest in this newsgroup on my idea.
> > > Finally who want to know well the hypergravity training track
- if the negative points and questions, below, have positive answers, it
does indeed look like a much better system than using weight jackets,
drag chutes or trolleys etc.
- it could be very useful for indoor training, although a decent
treadmill may have some advantages (as well as some significant
disadvantages, I agree)
Negative comments or questions:
- why does it avoid "giddiness" due to carrying weights? Isn't the
giddiness due to the extra effort required to move the weights? In which
case, having extra "gravity" would have the same effect, no?
- worse still, doesn't running in tight circles _cause_ dizziness?
- doesn't uneven pacing seriously affect the runner? I suspect he needs
to keep a perfectly even pace to avoid lateral (to the runner) tensions.
Or is this in fact so small as to be less traumatic than ordinary
problems with uneven training surfaces?