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I moved with fear.

With the use of the Lift, I am once again able to reach a base pace that I hadn’t been able to touch for years. No longer do I feel I am tripping over my own left foot. This has carried over into the long walks on the ground I do outside daily as well, and my yoga practice. I finally can move without holding and forcing.
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Angela Naeth

This month, we had a virtual sit-down with Pro-Triathlete and Endurance Coach Angela Naeth about her year-long experience with LightSpeed Lift. We asked her questions about body weight support, training, and the big impact less impact has. As much as we like telling you a story, this time Angela does it better. Read below for […]
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Mission and Soul

Those hard-fought progressions became battles. Gus’ physical gains were slipping. He could barely stand. Speech and cognition gains were lost, too. With the rehab center closed, Chris hired a physical therapist to come to his home, but progress was slow. Dad was discouraged and in anguish. Then he took action.
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Lift the Burden

“People who are injured are fearful,” Macaulay says. They wonder, ‘Am I ever going to get back to walking, to running? Will I be able to stand up again? That’s a real physical, visceral fear. Somehow, being supported and being lifted up removes a lot of that fear.’”
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Coaches Win with LightSpeed Lift

The LightSpeed Lift allows us to keep running as part of the recovery process. When that young athlete is diagnosed by a doctor with a lower leg injury caused by overuse or simply due to growing pains depending on the severity we instruct that athlete to use our treadmill with the LightSpeed Lift. It's simple enough to use that the athlete can set things up using either the harness or shorts.
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