The first athletic brand to utilize active resistance to optimize running form.
The RunCeler Strap retrains the body to run more efficient by utilizng resistance to strengthen the arch and promote a more advantageous midfoot strike. This translates to increased performance and decreased risk for overuse injury.
What Runners Are Saying
"My pace was about 15 seconds better than it would have been without Celer. I usually overpronate on my right foot, but this is the first time my right legfelt better than my left leg during a run!"
"I felt faster. The majority of my workouts are hybrid (running bootcamps/weights/rowing). The foot bands felt great running."
"Celer helps keep my plantar fasciitis issues down. I also feel less wear on my legs/ knee in general. It's like my performance increased while I have zero foot or calf pain "
"I haven’t really changed anything else and the knee that always pains me and has been getting worse the past few months has suddenly not hurt as much, and seems to be getting better. "
"Definitely feeling less stress on my feet, my arches feel extra supported without needing a bulky shoe or orthotics which is nice!"
"I've never run 7 miles before. Then I ran the NYC half and Celer definitely helped a ton. I just signed up for the full, something I never thought I'd do! I don't run without Celer."
"Typically my toe bothers me even when I am walking and with Celer it feels so much less irritated. I will be telling everyone I know about these."
"Felt more supportive. Started running again postpartum so trying to strengthen all muscle groups and avoid any extra injury. No injury so far (been running 3-4 months with Celer)."
Here's how Celer compares to other products or services aimed at reducing injury & improving form.
Good running form enhances performance & prevents injury
RUN BETTER WITH A BETTER FOOTSTRIKE
A Midfoot strike is 2x LESS likely to cause overuse injury compared to heel strike 
93% of runners habitually heel strike as a result of wearing highly cushioned shoes. Heel strike results in an abrupt initial impact shock absorbed by the knee. This can cause injury over time.
75% of runners that try to change their footstrike, FAIL. When the body tires, 100% of runners revert to a heel strike. A midfoot strike has smooth loading forces. This is safer for your joints.