Beat the Winter Weather: Run at Home on a Treadmill!

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Buy a Treadmill

You know what it’s like. You need exercise. You want to go for that run or walk, but it’s dark, or it’s cold and raining outside. There’s something on TV you’d like to watch, and you don’t want to leave the kids home alone. The answer to all of these problems is simple: buy a treadmill.

You just can’t beat cardiovascular exercise for personal fitness, and nothing gets the heart pumping like a good run. With your own treadmill, you can run as long as you like, whenever you want, in any weather. With your treadmill’s readout screen, you can determine exactly how far you’ve run, your average speed and even your heart’s pulse rate.

There are two types of treadmills for your home gym: motorised treadmills and manual treadmills. Here’s the difference.

Motorised Treadmills

Motorised treadmills present you with a moving surface whose speed you have to match. They tend to be heavier and bulkier than passive treadmills, but in terms of presenting you with a challenging run indoors, the motorised treadmill is hard to beat. You can set a motorised treadmill to force you to run a specific distance or at a specific speed, which is a big advantage

Manual Treadmills

A manual treadmill uses friction to provide resistance, so the running belt doesn’t move unless you’re running. The advantage is that they’re generally much cheaper, are often easier to store and use much less power.

We’ve got both folding manual treadmills and folding motorised treadmills at low prices here at CrazySales, and whichever you choose, you’ll be paying less than you would to rent a treadmill for even a short time!