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Running on a treadmill with Google Maps is a great alternative when training outside is not possible. NordicTrack and ProForm machines come with iFit Coach built in, which gives you unlimited location destinations around the world to walk, jog or run in to reach your goals.
The Sole F65 treadmill improves upon the F63 by increasing the power of the motor, increasing the deck size and adding a more generous 7.5 inch LCD console display. An affordable cardio machine with tons of great features and capabilities.
The Sole TT8 treadmill is Sole's impressive entry into the light commercial arena. A powerful 4.0 horsepower motor and the company's widest running deck are both notable features, as well as decline capability that none of the other folding or non-folding models have.
The new version of the Sole S77 treadmill model includes a beefy 4.0 hp motor, an increased weight limit and an improved warranty that reflects the company's confidence in their products.
The Life Fitness F1 Smart is the company's entry level treadmill, a rock-solid affordable machine for those who want a commercial grade treadmill without the hefty price tag. It's not as advanced as the F3 or non-folding versions, but it has everything you need.
The Life Fitness T5 treadmill offers a large walking area and a host of excellent programs. It rates well in reviews and gives you many of the same features as the higher end Club Series models.
The Life Fitness Platinum Club Series is the top-of-the-line treadmill with multiple console choices, frame color options, commercial-grade construction and the highest max weight capacity to handle heavy usage.
The ProForm Performance 400i treadmill is ideal for seniors or casual walkers who want easy access to daily walking exercise without having to go outdoors; a ton of features for $599!
The Precor TRM 445 is a high-end treadmill with incline and decline capability, rock solid construction and tons of built in workout programs. Preva integration allows you to track and share your workouts, a nice motivational tool to keep you on track to reach your goals.
The Feature-Packed Horizon Elite T7 treadmill is a great choice for home use with a generous deck, tracking capability, strong motor and high grade cushioning, along with a variety of built in workouts and heart rate monitoring.
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