Our physical fitness store locations have state of the art showrooms where customers can see firsthand our large selection of gym equipment and fitness accessories. Customers in Toronto, Markham, Mississauga, London and Barrie, Ontario, can come visit us directly. Not only are many of the products on display, but customers are also encouraged to try our exercise equipment to get a feel of the product and choose the item best suited for them. In the west coast we also have a store in Calgary, Alberta to cater to even more of our Canadian clients.
Our impressive selection of equipment, knowledgeable sales staff, high end quality products, reputable brands and one of a kind service department are only a few of the elements that set us apart from competitors and place us at the very top! We don’t stop there; in addition to our expertise in the field of fitness we also pride ourselves with the fair and affordable pricing at which we offer the award winning products and brands that we sell. We believe that living a healthy lifestyle should be an option accessible to everyone. The fitness equipment and accessories we carry will help you in your quest for fitness and health!
Maintenance: To move smoothly, cheap treadmill belts require occasional lubricating or waxing. This is a do-it-yourself task for the owner. (You don't need a service call.) The high-end treadmill belts are very low maintenance. If you choose a residential treadmill with a thick belt as explained above, the need for maintenance will probably be minimal; occasional dusting could be all that's required. Choosing a light commercial or full commercial treadmill, you can expect that the belt will be maintenance-free for many thousands of miles.
A motorized treadmill is equipped with a motor that turns the treadmill belt, allowing you to walk or run at your own pace for as long as you want. You're not required to drive the machine through your movement, as is the case with manual treadmills, so there's less strain on joints and muscles which makes it easier to put in longer runs. Some motorized treadmills also allow you to amp up your workout by programming routines with variable speeds and simulated hill climbs.