Ah treadmills, life’s way of being able to get a good cardio workout indoors. This fabulous invention that just allows you to run in place can be crucial to one’s cardio routine. However, with many different treadmills on the market, do you know which one is best for you? Choosing a treadmill depends on what cardio goals you want to accomplish. Below is a list of some treadmills you may want to consider:
Trueform is one of the leading lines of non-motorized treadmills. If you are looking for a treadmill that does not plug in, then this is the one for you. The two models we offer are the Trueform Runner and Trueform Trainer. Both models feature a curved belt which encourages runners to improve gait mechanics and use good posture. They also offer a hand display that provides useful information to runners such as distance, speed and pace. You can use it in public as well as home gyms. Being motor-free means these treadmills can be used anywhere. Feel free to bring outside if you want to!
PhysioMill Rehabilitation Treadmill
If you are looking for a heavy-duty treadmill that can be used more for rehabilitation purposes then the PhysioMill Rehabilitation Treadmill may be right for you. This extremely versatile treadmill has a reverse belt mode with 15 percent elevation allowing for downhill negative walking. It is specifically designed to offer a true zero start with .10 mph increments for patients up to 500 lbs. It comes standard with short handrails, dual emergency stop buttons for safety, and many other features. It is ideal to help your patients learn how to walk again and is perfect for any clinic.
If you are looking for more of a variety of different commercial treadmills, then you may want to look at some of the Spirit Treadmills we offer. Spirit has a reputation for reliability and value that meets your space and budget needs. These truly impressive machines pack a lot of premium features that are guaranteed to keep your clients happy. Choose from a variety of different options that can be used by people of all fitness levels.
Treadmills are a safe and convenient way to get your cardio exercises in. They offer a load of different features, and some can even go outside. If you have space in your home, gym, or clinic, we highly suggest that you pick one up.
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Article written by William Graves.