Guide To Buying A Fitness Treadmill

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The electric treadmill has become the hottest selling exercise equipment over the last 15 years. This means the sales of treadmills have exceeded any other kind of exercise machine. This is not surprising as the treadmill is the only machine that you can actually run and walk on. They have also many new features that enable you to make your workouts more interesting and challenging. Sports computers allow you to simulate the speed and gradient of specific races such as a marathon. With heart rate monitors you can gauge your performance and maximise the efficiency of your workout sessions. The huge demand for the this particular exercise machine has resulted in many brands coming on to the market such as Nordic Track, Trimline treadmill and Precor.

When it comes to buying a treadmill you want to make sure that you plan ahead otherwise you could end up paying a lot of money on a machine that you find out later is not suitable for you. Many people fall into this trap and end up with a very expensive piece of exercise equipment that just gathers dust in the corner. Before you make a choice there are a few considerations that you should make. With treadmills you tend to get what you pay for. For $1200 you will get a decent machine but for quality and long term treadmill exercise performance you should focus on machines within the price category of $3000. What sort of features do you want? Today treadmills can come with a variety of pre programmed workouts, incline features and heart rate monitors. These kind of features can add to the overall cost therefore, make sure that you really want them. In general terms the longer the warranty is the better the quality of the treadmill. Look for a warranty that has at least 3 years for parts and 1 year for labour.


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