There has never been a better time to get into to or stay in shape, neither of which should have to break the bank. Look right below for incredible deals on new home treadmills!
For example, depending upon how much money you have to spend, NordicTrack has a frequent online sale, and the cheapest treadmill found was selling for only $700.00 sale price, a big savings off the regular price of $1,300. A cheap treadmill can mean different price figures for different people, however, and for some people $700 is too much to spend on a treadmill. There are some superstores selling treadmills for as little as $95.00 and given a three star rating. K-Mart has the Weslo Cardio Stride brand of treadmill for $99.00, which has a four star rating. Wal-Mart offers a treadmill called the Fitness Reality TR1000 Space Saver Manual Machine, which has two levels of incline. Overstock offers a treadmill for $135.00 called the Stamina X in Motion T900 Treadmill.
There are treadmills for simulating mountain trails, incline motors, heart and pulse monitors. Most all of these treadmills are capable of going zero to ten miles per hour. With the cheap treadmills, however, you won’t get all the expensive features, but cheap treadmills are just as reliable for basic exercise and workout plans. It is debatable how long a cheap treadmill will last, because this depends on how often the treadmill is used and how well the treadmill is cared for.
There are standard features built into all treadmills from the cheapest model to the expensive models. Standard functions on any treadmill on the market include an air-based absorption or shock absorption system, which cushions movement. Nearly all treadmills fold up out of the way, as well, but no model really stores easily. Standard on all treadmills is a monitor so you can view your mileage, speed, heart rate, calories burned, and the time it took to do your workout. Warranties on cheap treadmills are available, but most only cover the treadmill for a short period of time and only against manufacturing defects, usually for 30-days to one year. More expensive treadmills tend to carry warranties that are more extensive and these warranties are higher priced, because of all the options the warranty is covering.
Treadmills are actually quite complex and amazing when you really think about it. It is shocking how many features and how many uses there are for these exercise machines that we take for granted. They have made leaps in technology in a relatively short amount of time and are a staple in gyms and exercise facilities world wide. If you have the space and a desire to maintain a healthy life style there is no reason not to have some kind of treadmill in your house.