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Home Treadmill Use and Choice

Home Treadmill Use and Choice

  • Date:2017-10-26
  • Abstract:

    Premium Bio-Mechanics: If one feels comfortable on their workout equipment, they will look forward to using it and exercising for an hour actually becomes enjoyable. Feeling comfortable on the workout equipment that you use is essential, which is why there is so much time and effort that takes place during the innovative and developmental process during the creation of new fitness equipment.

    There is more analytic and comprehensive approach that goes into the manufacturing of premium exercise equipment than smaller, and lighter workout gear which is built for home usage. There is an abundant amount of over-hyped, mechanically flawed and electronically handicapped workout equipment, flooding the fitness industry via the internet, infomercials and other forms of advertising. Gimmicky pieces of workout equipment appear to be great deals on the surface due to low prices and high promises, however, lightweight and low budget fitness equipment have a high rate of breakdowns and returns.

    More Structural Integrity: Elliptical trainers and other gym equipment that is rated for daily usage in health clubs, have certain features that home exercise equipment does not. For example, commercial grade workout equipment has the fantastic quality of being mechanically able to withstand the wear and tear from users of up to 400 pounds and more. If you go to your local sporting good store or workout equipment dealer, you will notice that the majority of the Home Use Treadmill, exercise bikes and elliptical machines there, will not have user weight capacities that exceed 200 pounds, let alone 400 pounds. Thicker steel gauge framework, along with heavier parts and bigger footprints, allow for health club rated fitness machines to last much longer than home fitness equipment.