Up to 12 percent - Treadmills
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Wed Sep 25 00:00:00 MDT 2013oldebagg Rating:5.0
I have Meniere's which makes it hard for me to just walk out the door and go for a walk. I'm always afraid I will fall down. Not wanting to not be able to keep moving, I bought this treadmill in hopes I would be able to walk in my bedroom. I've had a couple of "used" treadmills and was never happy with them because the handles were not long enough to be of help. This treadmill is perfect. easy to put together. Easy to used and I feel safe with the handles being there for me to hold onto. I'd buy it again and would most certainly recommend it.
Tue Dec 27 00:00:00 MST 2011mdl1952 Rating:4.0
This was easy to set up, easy to get started using and was what I expected. A good purchase. Now I just hope my wife will actually use it.
Sat Mar 09 00:00:00 MST 2013crzyhrse Rating:5.0
For the price, this treadmill is an outstanding value.
Tue Dec 04 00:00:00 MST 2012brenbea Rating:5.0
Very good quality treadmill for the price!! Like that the pulse rate is measured by gripping the hand rails. Also..nice that the speed & start stop can be controlled from this same area. Very low noise level...you can barely hear it running!
Fri Nov 29 00:00:00 MST 2013rpggranny Rating:5.0
I am elderly and have physical limitations but needed to start exercising and this treadmill is wonderful. Speeds go slow enough that I am able to get some exercise without fear of injury. I love it. Best purchase I have ever made!!
Wed Apr 17 00:00:00 MDT 2013kimmcbee Rating:5.0
I love this treadmill, other than putting it together, it is great!!! Its quiet and can run on it and not feel like it is unstable! highly recommend
Sat Aug 18 00:00:00 MDT 2012robynhj Rating:4.0
This is a good product. My only problem is the handle bar is hard to pull down.
Tue Jun 14 00:00:00 MDT 2011docf Rating:5.0
Great Treadmill for the price. I highly recommend it.
Fri Jun 17 00:00:00 MDT 2011derisaohio Rating:4.0
I took my time and compared many treadmills before purchasing one. I am very happy with my purchase. Easy to assemble and works great. Love Overstock... I have never been disappointed with any purchase from OS.
Sat Feb 01 00:00:00 MST 2014krissylovestoshop Rating:5.0
I absolutely love this treadmill. I get as good a workout as I do on any gym quality piece of equipment, and I never have to leave the house. Would definitely recommend.
Wed Mar 21 00:00:00 MDT 2012roocilla Rating:4.0
So far, this seems to be a good treadmill. It is a good size, folds up nicely and is easy to move. Just a couple of negatives, the belt tends to wander after a few miles which requires adjustment of a couple of screws and the control panel turns over while in use so I am constantly readjusting it so I can see the display. For the price, this is a good choice.
Sun Dec 16 00:00:00 MST 2012mitchellz Rating:4.0
The treadmill is really nice for the price. I can only walk short distances, so I need to walk several times a day; this works perfectly for my needs. The only problem was that when we put it together, some of the metal tubes were bent. I'm not sure if it was a shipping thing or a manufacturing problem. We were able to bend them back into place with just pliers. Which will tell you how thin the metal is. However, it needs to be thin because this thing weighs a lot as it is. My UPS guy would only bring it inside the door, so I had to push and prod it where I needed it to be. My son put it together fairly easily, except for the bent tubes, by himself. Therefore, set up is pretty easy. It works great so far. I am hoping it will hold up for quite a while since my use is fairly light.
Wed Apr 04 00:00:00 MDT 2012baucis Rating:5.0
I 've had the treadmill 5 or 6 weeks and use it for 60-90 minutes a day. I set it up work on my laptop while walking. The long handlebars provide good support for two shelves I have placed across them as my desk surface. The on/off switch, speed controls, and mode switch are easy to reach on the handlebars. The wide tread is good for walking while working. The variable speed is also very good (.4 to 4 MPH; I typically walk at 1.1 MPH while typing). I wrote this while walking on my treadmill. The only minor problem is a rubbery smell, probably continued out-gassing from the tread.
Wed Mar 23 00:00:00 MDT 2011yikswife Rating:4.0
I didn't want to invest heavily in a treadmill until I knew that I enjoyed it as exercise and would use it regularly. This was a good entry level treadmill at a good price, but I moved on from it to an electric treadmill after 3 months.
Wed May 02 00:00:00 MDT 2012cdurham2 Rating:4.0
The treadmill is quiet and easy to operate. It folds up for easy storage. The instructions were kind of hard to follow, but a majority of the treadmill is already assembled. I am 6'6", and it is a little on the short side for me even though I have adjusted the height of the treadmill, but I am able to get a good workout on it for a walking treadmill. It also has a magnetic safety key to stop the treadmill just in case you feel unsafe during a workout on the treadmill.
Wed Nov 14 00:00:00 MST 2012tiamaria8 Rating:5.0
This treadmill is perfect for the person who is looking for a decent workout but yet doesn't have a lot of room. I was pleasantly surprised!!!
Mon Jan 20 00:00:00 MST 2014grammyro5 Rating:4.0
My old treadmill was destroyed in Sandy. This replacement does not have all the extras the old one had, like a CD player, a fan, programmed walks with automatic incline. It's a great buy on a basic walking treadmill that still tells me distance, time, calories burned, heart rate. It was mostly assembled and I needed help putting the arms on, opening it, etc. I am very happy to be able to walk when the weather is bad.
Fri Oct 18 00:00:00 MDT 2013daylola Rating:4.0
I had to do a lot of "research" to decide which one to buy. I'm glad I decided on this. Just what I need for a walking exerciser, a simple one but good enough for a 73 year old, 5'1' lola. Very easy to assemble, .took only 25 minutes for my nephew to set it up & running. Easy to read the dials & numbers. My only complaint is if I set the speed to 2 & above, it is noisy but tolerable, I can still hear the TV. The treadmill of my daughter is more expensive but as noisy as this one if speed set higher than 2. I just love shopping at Overstock. Very prompt in delivering items & if I have complaints, easy to deal with them.
Tue Aug 30 00:00:00 MDT 2011quitethecrow Rating:5.0
I love this treadmill! It can handle heavier weight and is SUPER quiet and takes up little space. I would definitely purchase it again!
Fri Aug 10 00:00:00 MDT 2012kelsha Rating:4.0
This is more of a review for Paradigm (the manufacturer) than anything. I ordered this treadmill from Overstock. I was hesitant to order something like this online but the warranty is what made me pull the trigger and do it. I received it in a week. I had a big strong friend to help me move this package into my home and he ended up having it unboxed and put together in less than 15 minutes. Very simple to set up, I just didn't have the physical strength myself. Turned the treadmill on and in exactly 15 seconds, I received an E2 error (which is a speed sensor error) and the motor shut itself off. I read the manual to see if this was something I could fix myself. I took the motor cover off to see if the speed sensor was loose. Everything looked fine. I called Paradigm that same day and explained my situation. The gentleman said he would send me a new sensor. Now I have to wait another week to try out my new treadmill. I received my sensor. Very easy to replace. I turned the treamill on, and, once again in exactly 15 seconds I received an E2 error. Again I called Paradigm. The gentleman said something must be wrong with the treadmill itself. He apologized and said that I could return the product to Overstock. I asked him about replacing the treadmill under the warranty. He said yes, I could do that. He would process the order for the replacement treadmill and once I received it, I was to pack up the old treadmill, affix the return label he would provide, call Fed-Ex ground to schedule a pickup and the return shipping would be on them. I was thankful for the warranty but hated the hassle of having to pack everything back up. My big strong friend came back to my rescue. It was two weeks from the time I requested a new treadmill until I received it. Brought the new one home, set it up, turned it on and held my breath. After 15 seconds it was still working! Yea! I love the treadmill itself, especially the controls on the handles. It is fairly quiet for this type of equipment and is not as big and bulky as most. I'm 5'3" and the belt width and length are perfect for me. I have shorter arms and the handle height is perfect as well. Easy to hold onto the handles if needed. It did take several tries to finally get someone at Paradigm, but once I did they were easy to work with. Like I said, if you get a treadmill that works from the beginning, I think you'll be pleased.
Though going for a run or walk outside is a great way to exercise and relax, treadmills are nice to have for a variety of reasons. Things like uncooperative weather, noisy traffic and a lack of daylight sometimes mean that being outside isn't always the best option. Fortunately, treadmills offer a solution that lets you get your workout at anytime without restrictions and can allow you to still watch your favorite TV show or keep an eye on your kids. As with all home gym machines, treadmill prices and features vary, but all treadmills offer you a convenient exercise option in your home.
One of the most reliable, time-tested pieces of home gym equipment on the market today is the treadmill. What started out as a fairly basic machine has evolved into something a little more complex, however, with all kinds of fancy options available to average consumers. Here is some basic information to help you wade through all those bells and whistles, so you'll know what kind of treadmill will work best in your home gym. You must consider two primary issues when looking at treadmills. Will you use it more for walking or for running? How much space do you have for a home gym? With those issues in mind, we'll discuss manual, motorized and folding treadmills. Look below to learn more about the types of treadmills.
Are you looking to get in shape? If so, treadmills can help. Whether you use them for walking, jogging or running, treadmills are excellent exercise tools. Anyone in the market for a new treadmill is bound to have questions about these amazing machines, and this article is here to help. Take a look below to find answers to some of the most FAQs about Treadmills.
Fitting exercise into your busy schedule can be a challenge. Treadmills make it easier to budget exercise into your day by allowing you to run or walk whenever you want. You don't have to worry about weather or time of day or going to a gym. You can hop right on the treadmill in your home gym and get a cardio workout that's customized to your needs whenever you feel like it. However, not all treadmills are created equal. Today's treadmills come with a slew of different features, which can be baffling if you don't know what they all do. We've compiled a brief list of features commonly found on treadmills, so you know what you're looking at as you shop for treadmills.
The treadmill is one of the most reliable, easy-to-use pieces of home gym equipment available. When you're choosing a treadmill, you'll need to think about whether you'll use it more for running or for walking, and you'll need to consdier how much space you have for it. Then, you can choose between one of the types of treadmills avaiable.
New variations of tried-and-true exercise machines are always being introduced to the market as the technology of exercise equipment improves. Two exercise machines that have gained popularity are elliptical trainers and treadmills. A major advantage to elliptical trainers is that they possess little risk of injury to the knees, hips, back or ankles. Meanwhile, treadmills are home gym machines on which you can run, walk or jog. The treadmill has been in the marketplace for a long time and is a long-standing piece of standard equipment for most exercise enthusiasts. Elliptical Machines: Elliptical machines present a lower risk of injury to the body. This home gym machine allows the individual to stand in an upright position while supporting her upper body by holding onto the handrails. The individual is able to pick out what muscles to train by shifting the strength on the legs or the arms. This provides for a more flexible workout machine. The machine bears its name because it works to copy the foot's elliptical motion as well as the rotation of the hip during walking or running. Advantages of Elliptical Machines: Since elliptical machines work the upper and lower body, they help you reach your target heart rate more optimally, providing a better cardiovascular workout overall. Individuals can burn a larger number of calories in a shorter period of time. Muscles that benefit from this machine include the legs, shoulders, chest, biceps, triceps and the back. Elliptical machines are also relatively easy to operate and are energy efficient because they do not use much electricity. Treadmills: Traditional treadmills were developed to help you walk, run or jog. Treadmills differ in advantages as there are some machines that have programs that can be customized based on your weight and fitness level. You can also manually control the program to increase or decrease the speed, the incline or the duration of the workout. Walking on a traditional treadmill, however, creates more impact on the knees and hips and may be a cause of injury for some users. Advantages of Treadmills: Some treadmill models have a cushioned surface to support the knees and other parts of the body. With these models, there is a lower risk of injury and an increased level of comfort for the user. Moreover, treadmills provide you with the option to run, jog or walk in the comfort of the gym. Also, you can burn calories by increasing the heart rate, providing a good cardiovascular workout. Buy Home Gym Machines Back to Guides Directory Buy Home Gym Machines
Purchasing any type of home gym machine requires some thought and research. You will need to decide on the brand of exercise equipment that works best for you and the number of special features you require, among other considerations. This is particularly important when choosing a treadmill, especially when you're buying your home gym machine online. Decisions about buying a treadmill online should be made carefully, considering the use the machine will get, the space in which it will be placed and the budget range set for the purchase.
Running is one of the best fitness exercises you can do. But while there are lots of obstacles and excuses that get in the way of a running routine, treadmills eliminate a lot of those problems. Treadmill running is convenient, safe and effective. Running on a treadmill helps you keep in shape during the winter and can be a great way to get started as a runner.
Elliptical trainers mix elements of treadmills, stationary bicycles, stair steppers and other exercise machines to offer a full-body workout (also called a total fitness workout) that minimizes joint stress and other negatives, giving the user the best workout possible. This elliptical trainer buying guide will help you figure out how to buy elliptical trainers that best meet your needs.
Elliptical trainers allow you to burn about the same number of calories you would by jogging. However, you can exercise on an elliptical trainer at any time, no matter what the weather is like outside. In addition, using an elliptical trainer instead of a treadmill or other home gym machine helps you avoid injuring your knees, hips, back and ankles. There are several types of elliptical machines available. By making an informed comparison, you can select the best home gym machine for you.
Mount Kilimanjaro stands at 19,340 feet above sea level and rises about 15,000 feet from its base. So, while Mt. Kilimanjaro isn't a technical climb, it is still a very strenuous trek and one that shouldn't be taken lightly. Getting yourself in the best shape possible will not only ensure that you make the best Kilimanjaro summit attempt possible; it will make your time climbing the mountain much more enjoyable. So get ready to spend a lot of time on the treadmill.
They help you lose weight and tone your body, but elliptical trainers do it in a way that is less stressful on the joints than stair climbers and treadmills. If you're looking for a great cardiovascular workout that tones your arms and legs and is easy on your joints, an elliptical trainer, also called an elliptical machine or an elliptical cross trainer, may be the way to go. There is no shortage of choices in home elliptical trainers, from gym-style cross-trainers to mini-steppers. Select an elliptical machine based on your goals, your fitness level, your finances and the features you desire in a home gym machine.
Before you start considering athletic wear options, think about the type of exercise you'll be doing. If you've joined a gym or you're taking an aerobics class, then you'll need workout clothes that are comfortable when you're indoors. If you prefer doing yoga over running on a treadmill, then you'll need to look for clothes that let you stretch on the floor. Once you have an idea about the exercise you'll be doing, you can start shopping for the right women's workout clothes.
Competing with treadmills as the home gym machine of choice, elliptical trainers have grown enormously in popularity since they were released in the 1990s. Designed to reduce wear on joints while still offering an excellent cardiovascular workout, elliptical trainers have gathered a dedicated following of fitness enthusiasts for a number of good reasons. Keep reading to learn about some of the advantages of adding an elliptical machine to your home gym.
Getting in shape is important for your health, and a home gym is one of the best ways to reach your fitness goals. Joining an expensive gym can be a hassle, but you can avoid the crowds and save some money by creating your own home gym. This home gym buying guide was designed to help you evaluate your options so you can choose the best home gym machines for you.
Whether you are trying to lose weight, build muscles or simply maintain your fitness level, having your own home gym can be quite beneficial. While there is the initial cost of purchasing home gym equipment, you will save in the long run over costly gym memberships. In addition, you will save the time it would take to drive to a fitness center and avoid going out in inclement weather to exercise. Set up your home gym properly to make the most of the home gym machines and other exercise equipment you've invested in.
We all know that developing a fitness routine is important. Creating a gym space in your home makes it a lot easier to reach your fitness goals. The best home gym machines are those that you enjoy using. A variety of gym equipment can keep you entertained and help you develop a balanced workout. When shopping for modern home gym equipment, consider some of these popular machines.
Daily exercise is essential for leading a long, healthy and happy life. However, finding the time and motivation is sometimes a lot harder than doing the actual exercises. With the increase of obesity, high blood pressure and related health risks, it is becoming more important to find the time and motivation to exercise. Trainers and memberships to gyms are expensive and time consuming. Not to worry; you can get a really great work out right from home using weights, resistance tools and cardio machines. Cardio machines are beneficial in promoting weight loss, reducing stress and helping increase good sleep habits. Cardio machines are affordable and well worth the money for the results you will see. Here is a list of the top five home gym machines to help you lose that extra weight, keep the weight off and help you to lead a long, happy and healthy life.
Sticking to your New Year's fitness resolutions may elude you year after year, but this year, the right fitness equipment can help you accomplish your fitness goals. While gym memberships work for many people, having quality fitness equipment in your own home can make exercising much more convenient. Here is the exercise equipment that can help you meet your goals for looking and feeling healthy.
A gym membership isn't for everyone. If you prefer working out at home, or if you only work out indoors in the winter, then a home gym is much more your style. Whether you have a whole room dedicated to fitness or you just have a small corner, you can get in shape without leaving your house. Think about your fitness goals and then look for the pieces that will help you reach them.