Point2 NYC: Dream Marathon. Dream Big.
What does it take to run 26.2 miles? What lures us to dream of post-run highs and picture-perfect smiles at the finish line? Is it a frame of mind? An elusive drive? A determination to progress? We meet Cheryl and Matthew - two runners from New York whose different approaches to training is the fuel to achieving their dreams.
The Cloudboom and the Cloudflash: What’s the difference?
The Cloudboom and Cloudflash go together like thunder and lightning. One’s made for longer distances and the other for shorter, speedier bursts. But they share the same high-velocity DNA and, as you might have noticed, a very similar look.
Tech Profile: Limited-Edition On × Bang & Olufsen Earphones
We collaborated with audio experts Bang & Olufsen to create earphones specifically engineered with runners in mind. We take a closer look at the technology behind the limited-edition earphones.
The Sound Of Unstoppable
To celebrate the collaboration between On and Bang & Olufsen and the launch of the brand new Cloudboom, we’ve created a unique and powerful 8D Marathon Audio Experience. Plug it in, close your eyes and get ready for the start line.
Tech Profile: The Cloudboom
Meet the shoe Swiss-engineered for your fastest marathon ever. Carbon-fiber-infused speed meets responsive CloudTec® cushioning. Boom.
Staying focused: How Pro Athletes Are Adapting
It’s a challenging time at the moment, but athletes are used to dealing with challenges. We asked Team On pros how they are adapting to the current situation.
The Marathon Mindset #3: Race
Whether you’re racing against an elite field, the clock, or just to finish, you won’t get your goal without a winning mentality. This is how pro marathoners get their minds ready to race.
The Marathon Mindset #1: Focus
‘The mind is the athlete.’ That’s the mantra of the On ZAP Endurance team. They tell us how they train mindset like a muscle for maximum performance. And how you can too.
The Marathon Mindset #2: Endure
Elite marathoners explain how they train not only their bodies, but their minds, to go the distance and recover from setbacks.
Winning an Ironman World Title in Borrowed Shoes
When Ironman World Championships age grouper Gill Fullen realized her race shoes might have too many miles on them, she visited the On stand for advice. This is what happened next.