More recently, treadmills are not used to harness power, but as exercise machines for running or walking in one place. Rather than the user powering the mill, the machine provides a moving platform with a wide conveyor belt driven by an electric motor or a flywheel. The belt moves to the rear, requiring the user to walk or run at a speed matching that of the belt. The rate at which the belt moves is the rate of walking or running. Thus, the speed of running may be controlled and measured. The more expensive, heavy-duty versions are motor-driven (usually by an electric motor). The simpler, lighter, and less expensive versions passively resist the motion, moving only when walkers push the belt with their feet. The latter are known as manual treadmills.

So whether you are a beginner looking for a fitness accessory to start your health journey with or feel ready to jump into a cardio unit to help with your exercise goals, The Treadmill Factory is here for you. We’ve got you covered whether you are looking for a small residential unit or wish to purchase gym equipment for a commercial size gym. Come and visit one of our fitness stores today or shop online at your convenience to receive delivery anywhere in Canada!
Whether you like to walk, speed walk, jog or run, The Treadmill Factory has the best treadmill for sale. For anyone looking for a Treadmill for Home for light training, a heavy duty treadmill for a commercial setting such as a school or a gym, an advanced unit with multiple features for intense running or simply a treadmills that folds, The Treadmill Factory has a Cardio Machine specifically designed to suit your needs.

The first consumer treadmill for home use was developed by William Staub, a mechanical engineer.[4] Staub developed his treadmill after reading the 1968 book, Aerobics, by Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper.[4] Cooper's book noted that individuals who ran for eight minutes four-to-five times a week would be in better physical condition.[4] Staub noticed that there were no affordable household treadmills at the time and decided to develop a treadmill for his own use during the late 1960s.[4] He called his first treadmill the PaceMaster 600.[4] Once finished, Staub sent his prototype treadmill to Cooper, who found the machine's first customers, which included sellers of fitness equipment.[4]


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For athletes, larger and more stable treadmills are necessary. Sprinters reach with some weight relief temporarily speeds of up to 45 km/h must therefore run on a large deck of up to 300 cm in length and have up to 100 cm width. At high physical exertion and increased risk of falling a fall stop unit is required to prevent a fall of the subjects or patients. This fall stop device is usually implemented by a safety arch on which a rope is attached to an electrical switch. A harness bears the subject preventing from falling and shuts down the running belt.
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The world of fitness is vast and includes so many categories such as yoga, boxing, pilates, weight lifting, dumbbells, aerobics - the list goes on and on. Here at The Treadmill Factory, we carry products for every fitness activity no matter which style of workout you’re into. Whether you want to work on your upper body strength or focus on recovery, we’ve got the tools you need. From skipping ropes to spin bikes, you’ll find just what you need.

The first consumer treadmill for home use was developed by William Staub, a mechanical engineer.[4] Staub developed his treadmill after reading the 1968 book, Aerobics, by Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper.[4] Cooper's book noted that individuals who ran for eight minutes four-to-five times a week would be in better physical condition.[4] Staub noticed that there were no affordable household treadmills at the time and decided to develop a treadmill for his own use during the late 1960s.[4] He called his first treadmill the PaceMaster 600.[4] Once finished, Staub sent his prototype treadmill to Cooper, who found the machine's first customers, which included sellers of fitness equipment.[4]
It is an entry level commercial quality machine, at a reasonable price. It’s a sturdy machine, built well (very solid). It’s fairly quiet to; I think my heavy breathing during a workout is louder than the sound of the moving parts of this machine. It has a reasonably sized cup holder to hold your beverage and an “Over Molded Reading Rack/Tablet Holder”. It’s a perk but when you’re working out, why would you want to be reading? I guess it can be used to hold your tablet so you can play music as you’re working out, but for anybody who uses it to hold reading material....put down your reading material(s) and focus on your workout! Just my two cents.

Price is one of the first things you notice when looking to buy a treadmill and if you’re looking to get started for under $800, these are our top picks. On the flip side, you also want a quality treadmill that will last, with a reputation for durability. You won’t see any 5-star machines here or a lifetime warranty either, but let us help you save money with this list of some of the best cheap treadmills that are cheap in price, but not cutting corners in quality. Read More…
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