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Cardio Training – Treadmills

Treadmills and Running Machines: Find the Best Cardio Equipment from Horizon, Tempo and other Popular Brands

How to Choose the Best Home Treadmill for Running

A home treadmill is an excellent investment as it offers you more options for exercising when you can’t go to the gym or can’t go outside. Using a treadmill in the gym is one thing, but when buying one for your home, there are many factors to consider!

To buy the best treadmill for your workouts, you should take the following aspects of the experience into account:

  • Budget–when investing in home fitness equipment, your budget is the number one factor to consider, particularly when purchasing something as large as a treadmill.
  • Treadmill extras–consider heart rate monitors, program options, and additional features.
  • Users–how many people will use the treadmill, and how frequently? A treadmill should be durable enough to accommodate all users in your home.
  • Space–how much space do you have for this equipment? If, for instance, you have limited space, you should consider a folding treadmill.
  • Usage–how will you use it? Running puts more stress on a treadmill than walking, meaning it will need a longer belt for longer strides.
  • Motor horsepower–the horsepower delivered by a drive motor directly impacts the quality of a treadmill. If you’ll be taking it easy, opt for a motor with a minimum of 1.5 continuous-duty horsepower. If you run on your treadmill regularly, look for 2.5 to 3.0 continuous-duty horsepower.
  • Belt size–if you plan to run regularly on your treadmill, opt for an 18-inch wide and a 48-inch long belt; if you’re over six feet tall, look for a 54-inch long belt.
  • Speed–if you’ll be running on your treadmill, opt for a machine that reaches sixteen kph or more.
  • Stability–a treadmill shouldn’t shake when you use it and its frames should remain stable.

Is a Fitness Treadmill Right for Me?

Treadmills, home gyms, and exercise bikes are some of the most popular fitness equipment purchased for improved fitness and weight loss.

You need a home treadmill for:

  • Improved fitness and weight loss–treadmills help many people achieve their fitness and weight loss goals. Running, walking, and jogging on a treadmill help you burn calories, right from home. For example, walking five kilometres an hour burns approximately two calories per kilo of body weight every thirty minutes. Plus, running fourteen kilometres an hour can burn at least seven calories per kilo of body weight per thirty minutes. For a person weighing one hundred kilograms, that’s approximately 700 calories every half hour.
  • Exercising in private–many people who want to lose weight are self-conscious and don’t like exercising in public gyms, and others may just want to continue social distancing. Luckily, having a treadmill at home enables you to exercise in the privacy of your house, so you won’t feel embarrassed exercising at your own pace or have to work out in close proximity to others.

Once you buy a home treadmill, you’ll have many opportunities to try different programs and get into a fitness routine–you may even end up loving to run!

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