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Tired of expensive gym memberships and inconvenient commutes? Bring the gym experience to your home with a new treadmill from!

Our treadmills offer a variety of programs and features to help you achieve your fitness goals. Whether you want to lose weight, build muscle, or improve your overall health, our treadmills make it easier than ever to get moving.

Have questions about purchasing a treadmill? We can help!

What are the benefits of using a treadmill?

  • Improves heart health: Regular treadmill workouts strengthen your heart muscle, making it more efficient at pumping blood throughout your body, lowering blood pressure, reducing the risk of heart disease, and improving overall cardiovascular health.
  • Burns calories and aids weight management: Treadmill exercise helps you burn calories effectively, which can contribute to weight loss or maintaining a healthy weight.
  • Boosts lung capacity: As you exercise on the treadmill, your lungs become more efficient at taking in oxygen and delivering it to your muscles, improving your stamina and fitness level.
  • Low-impact: Compared to activities like running outside, treadmills offer a cushioned surface that is easier on your joints, helping reduce the risk of impact injuries.
  • Controlled environment: Tailor your workouts to your exact goals and fitness level. With treadmills, you can adjust the speed, incline, and even terrain simulation on some treadmills, allowing you to control the intensity and impact on your joints. 
  • Weatherproof: Unlike outdoor activities, treadmills allow you to exercise regardless of weather conditions. Rain, snow, or extreme temperatures won't stop you! 
  • Time-efficient: A treadmill at home can make exercising with a busy schedule more manageable. You can squeeze in quick workouts at home without spending time commuting to a gym or outdoor location. 
  • Entertainment and distraction: Many treadmills offer built-in entertainment options like TVs, music, or fitness apps to keep you engaged and motivated throughout your workout. 
  • Safety considerations: You can exercise in a controlled environment at home, reducing the risk of accidents or injuries compared to outdoor running.
  • Improves muscle tone and strength: Walking, jogging, or running on a treadmill engages various muscle groups in your lower body, improving muscle tone and strength over time.
  • Boosts mental health: Exercise releases endorphins, which have mood-boosting effects to combat stress and anxiety.
  • Improves sleep quality: Regular physical activity can promote better sleep quality, increasing energy levels and overall well-being.
  • What features should I look for in a treadmill?

    Choosing the right treadmill depends on your individual needs and fitness goals, but here are a few key features you should look for: 

    • Motor size and horsepower: This determines the treadmill's speed and incline capabilities. A 2.0 HP motor is a good starting point for most walkers and joggers, while runners may need 3.0 HP or higher.
    • Speed range: Consider how fast you plan to run or walk. Most treadmills offer speeds between 1-12 mph.
    • Incline range: An incline adds challenge and mimics outdoor terrain. A 10-15% incline is a good range for most users.
    • Belt size: A wider belt (18 inches or more) provides more comfort and stability, especially for taller users.
    • Weight capacity: Ensure the treadmill can safely support your weight.
    • Folding mechanism: If space is limited, a folding treadmill is a good option.
    • Cushioning: Look for a treadmill with good cushioning to protect your joints.
    • Heart rate monitor: This helps you track your workout intensity.
    • Built-in workout programs: These can help you stay motivated and challenged.
    • Connectivity: Some treadmills connect to fitness apps or allow you to stream entertainment.
    • Warranty: A good warranty provides peace of mind in case of any problems.

    How important is a treadmill's weight capacity?

    The weight capacity of a treadmill is vital for both safety and performance. 


    • Exceeding the weight limit can stress the motor, frame, and belt, leading to potential breakdowns, malfunctions, or structural failures. 
    • Treadmills designed for higher weight capacities are generally sturdier and more stable, which can help prevent slips and falls.


    • An overloaded treadmill will struggle maintaining speed and incline, resulting in a less smooth and efficient workout. 
    • Treadmills with higher weight capacities often have stronger motors and more robust components, providing a smoother and more powerful running experience.  

    Why would I want to purchase a folding treadmill?

    You might choose a folding treadmill over a non-folding model for several reasons. 

    • The biggest advantage of a folding treadmill is its space-saving design. You can easily fold it and store it away when not in use, making it ideal for small apartments, studios, or homes with limited space.
    • Some folding treadmills are compact enough to slide under a bed or couch, reducing clutter in your workout area. 
    • Folding treadmills are generally lighter and more portable than non-folding models. Many come equipped with wheels, making it easy to move them around your home or your workout space.

    What are the safety risks of using a treadmill?

    Treadmills are great for exercise, but they have some safety risks like any exercise equipment. Here are some of the main things to be aware of:

    • Losing balance and falling off the treadmill is the most common risk. This can happen if you stumble, trip on the belt, or are startled by something. Injuries from falls can range from minor scrapes and bruises to more severe injuries like broken bones or head trauma.
      • To minimize the risk of falls, always hold onto the handrails when starting, stopping, or changing speed or incline.
      • Wear proper footwear with good traction.
      • Be aware of your surroundings and avoid distractions while using the treadmill.
      • Start at a slow speed and gradually increase as you warm up.
      • Cool down and come to a complete stop before stepping off the treadmill.
    • Overdoing it on the treadmill can lead to muscle strains, overuse injuries, or joint pain. This is especially true for beginners or people returning to exercise after a break.
      • To prevent injuries, Start slowly and gradually increase the intensity and duration of your workouts.
      • Listen to your body and take rest days when needed.
      • Use proper form and technique.
      • Warm up before your workout and cool down afterward.
    • Friction burns can occur if you touch the moving belt with your bare skin. This is especially risky for young children who may not be aware of the danger.
      • To prevent burns, always wear shoes with socks when using the treadmill.
      • Keep children away from the treadmill when it is not in use.
      • Secure the safety key when not using the treadmill.
    • Malfunctioning electrical components can cause shocks or fires. Buy a treadmill from a reputable brand and make sure it is properly maintained to help avoid malfunctions. 
      • To minimize electrical risks, only use the treadmill in a dry environment.
      • Inspect the power cord and plug regularly for signs of damage.
      • Unplug the treadmill when not in use.
      • Have the treadmill serviced by a qualified technician regularly.

    Additional safety tips:

    • Consult your doctor before starting any new exercise program, especially if you have any underlying health conditions.
    • Read the owner's manual carefully and familiarize yourself with your treadmill's safety features.
    • Use the safety key and clip it to your clothing whenever you use the treadmill.
    • Don't leave children unattended around the treadmill.
    • Be aware of your limitations, and don't push yourself too hard.

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