How to Choose a Treadmill?

Home exercise machines can be expensive, and when you paying top dollars for your equipment, you expect it to live up to your standards. End of the line treadmills with all the latest features can set you back by a couple thousand dollars at the least.

However, if it’s the workout that interests you and not the add-ons, then you can buy a good treadmill for cheaper. But how do you go about choosing the perfect treadmill that will suit your exercise regimen as well as your pocket? It definitely is not an easy choice, but there are some important factors you need to consider before making that splurge.

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Always try out the equipment before buying

Always try out the treadmill in person in a store before buying. You may try online stores to hunt for a bargain, but there may be issues in the design of the treadmill that you cannot detect without doing a test run. For instance, you may find that the deck is too short for your stride or the arms are at an inappropriate height. You need to buy a treadmill that suits your body and is ergonomically designed.

Consider your exercise regimen

Make a note of your exercise habits and regimen and choose a treadmill accordingly. If you are a runner with an average speed of 8mph then you need a treadmill of 2.5-3.0 HP which has higher grade parts suited for running intermittently.

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