Imagine running while being weightless.
There’s a new treadmill that simulates that.
It’s called the Alter G—an anti-gravity treadmill that’s being used in sports medicine and rehabilitation.
You feel like you're running on a treadmill minus 80 percent of your body weight.
An Iowa physical therapist is using the machine to help with people doing rehab.
It allows them to keep training while they're healing.
Some people who say they just want to lose weight are using it because it makes it easier for them to run or walk.
The treadmill uses technology designed by NASA to create an air-tight seal around your hips and actually lift your body.
It takes a lot of stress off of your lower body, especially at the knees.
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