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Treadmills For Home Use 

You don’t have to go to a gym to get a good workout. Treadmills for home use are actually really advanced and offer most, if not all of the features you would expect to find in a gym. The trick is to ensure you select a treadmill for home use that is going to grow with you – so you get the versatility of workouts you need to see positive results in your fitness. 

Treadmills for home use are always lighter and more compact than commercial machines, but it doesn’t mean that they are lighter on the benefits they offer the user. A general rule of thumb is that you get what you pay for.

If you’re looking for an occasional use machine which is cheap, cheerful and does the job, then make sure you check out the treadmills for sale section on websites and in stores. Cheaper treadmills for home use tend to have basic functionality such as no inclines, a handful of pre-workouts and also these kinds of treadmills will have a smaller range of running speeds. 

You also have to be careful of the kind of running surfaces which are available on treadmills for home use. Few have the shock absorbency of professional running decks, and the running area itself will actually be quite small. This is a major disadvantage for users who are on the larger side and need more space to move as well as a greater impact reduction to prevent stress on their joints. 

If on the other hand you are looking for a treadmill for home use which is more heavy duty and allows you to really challenge yourself, you might wish to consider purchasing a club treadmill or corporate style treadmill. 

Both of these are more than adequate to be classed as serious treadmills for home use and will give you a wider array of advanced features which will benefit your workouts immensely. 

Key things you want to look for in more serious treadmills for home use would be elements such as a higher speed range of up to 25km/h so you can incorporate HIT and interval training in your workouts. An automatic incline of up to 15% gives you the feeling you are walking or running up a mountain and can really boost your cardiovascular system. 

Also, look for pre-set workouts and more extensive computer consoles that also allow you to store your user profiles. This will allow you to keep a track on your workouts and give you a competitive edge! 

Finally, when selecting a heavy treadmill for home use, you really want to look for cushioned decks which reduce impact and therefore long-term jarring on your joints which can lead to injury. 

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