If you’re looking for an excellent aerobic workout, whether that involves walking, jogging, or sprinting, you can’t go wrong having a quality treadmill in your home. It’s an essential component of a complete home gym.
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- 1 Some of the main benefits include
- 2 Best TreadMill Reviews
- 2.1 Matrix Fitness T50 Treadmill Review
- 2.2 LifeFitness T5 Treadmill Review
- 2.3 3G Cardio Elite Runner Treadmill Review
- 2.4 Bowflex BXT116 Treadmill Review
- 2.5 ASUNA SpaceFlex Treadmill Review
- 2.6 LifeSpan TR1200i Treadmill Review
- 2.7 Nautilus T618 Treadmill Review
- 2.8 Sole F85 Treadmill Review
- 2.9 NordicTrack T 6.5 S Treadmill Review
- 2.10 ProForm 505 CST Treadmill Review
- 2.11 Weslo Cadence G 5.9 Treadmill Review
Some of the main benefits include
Treadmill Easy to use
If you’re new to exercise, using a treadmill is as natural as walking or running. You control the pace, a great benefit if you’re really out of shape and want to gradually build your endurance.
Treadmill Low-impact exercise
If you suffer from back pain, bad ankles, or knee problems, it’s a safe alternative to walking or running outside, where concrete pavement and shifting terrain can cause injury.
Treadmill Loads of useful features
Today’s machines allow you to track your speed, calories burned, time and distance traveled, for starters. Higher end models offer heart rate monitors or sensors, inclines, declines, preprogrammed workouts, built-in televisions, iFit capabilities, iPod compatibility, and much more.
Even if you prefer jogging outside, these machines are a wonderful convenience during the winter months or inclement weather. And if space is at a premium in your home, you can get a folding treadmill, to save on square footage.
Proform Treadmill, Nordic Track Treadmill, Weslo Treadmill, Star Trac Treadmill, Precor Treadmill, Landice Treadmill, Life Fitness Treadmill, and Sole Treadmill offer some of the top-rated models on the market. Among these brands and others, models are priced from $300 all the way up to $3,000+.
As with any consumer product, you get what you pay for. It’s not necessary to spend thousands of dollars, but you should probably budget at least $1,000 for your home treadmill.
We do, however, suggest steering clear of cheap machines such as those self-powered models you can find in department stores. A machine like that, built with flimsy materials and limited features, simply won’t give you the quality workout and the durability you need.
Best TreadMill Reviews
Matrix Fitness T50 Treadmill Review
LifeFitness T5 Treadmill Review
3G Cardio Elite Runner Treadmill Review
Bowflex BXT116 Treadmill Review
ASUNA SpaceFlex Treadmill Review
LifeSpan TR1200i Treadmill Review
Nautilus T618 Treadmill Review
Sole F85 Treadmill Review
NordicTrack T 6.5 S Treadmill Review
ProForm 505 CST Treadmill Review
Weslo Cadence G 5.9 Treadmill Review
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