Elliptical machines are low-impact, meaning they're easier on joints and the lower back than other exercise machines. They're ideal for anyone just starting out or recovering from an injury. Hardcore fitness buffs can also benefit from an elliptical machine as it offers a great cross-training option, when the weather isn't cooperating or when you need a low-impact workout on your recovery day.
Our wide selection of elliptical means we have something specifically designed to suit your needs. Our knowledgeable sales staff can guide you in choosing an elliptical that’s right for you, whether it is a residential unit you are looking for or a commercial one. They can help customize an elliptical so that it provides you with all of the features you want such as power incline, different resistance levels, a speaker system, orthopedic foot pads, heart rate control and so much more!

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I purchased E55 couple of weeks a go from The Treadmill Factory from the Markham store, and I just love using it, it’s very quiet it has variety of programs and I can use it while I am watching TV I found it on line and I had a question how long will take for the delivery however the next day I got an email from the sales department Timika I just want to say Timika was so helpful to me as I am so picky when I purchase something, Timika was emailing me with information for different Elliptical and values back and forth until I decide to purchase the E55 I must say an amazing customer service. The Elliptical was deliver as schedule and was brought down to my basement by three guys that deliver it were so careful not to scratch my home. They assemble it in no time in as all, just want to say overall I would recommend The Treadmill Factory at the Markham location to buy for an amazing customer service, thank you so much, Rita
I did a lot of research on this and for my weight (280 lb) I needed something strong. I've had it for a few months now and I'm very happy with it. Relatively quite (slight squeak that I can not find to correct) and it has a very solid build. I tested a lot of units at different stores and this one felt the most natural. I'm 6'6" so the lower arm handles are basically useless for me but the high ones work great.
Treadmills as power sources originated in antiquity.[5] These ancient machines came in three major designs.[6] The first was to have a horizontal bar jutting out of a vertical shaft. It rotated around a vertical axis, driven by an ox or other animal walking in a circle pushing the bar. Even humans were used to power them. The second design was a vertical wheel, a treadwheel, that was powered through climbing in place instead of walking in circles. This is similar to what we know today as the hamster wheel. The third design also required climbing but used a sloped, moving platform instead.
As it is basically a conveyor belt, the treadmill can be used for activities other than running. If horses are being tested (especially in jockey racing) they will be put on a specially constructed treadmill. Large treadmills can also accommodate cars. Treadmills can also be used to exercise dogs that are accustomed to running on a conveyor; however, tying the leash to the treadmill should be avoided as it can cause serious injury.
Most elliptical trainers work the user's upper and lower body (although some models do not have moving upper body components). Though elliptical trainers are considered to be minimal-impact, they are an example of a weight-bearing form of exercise.[2] They can be self-powered by user-generated motion or need to be plugged in for adjustment of motion and/or for supplying their electronic consoles and resistance systems.
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LifeSpan Fitness offers a full-range of treadmills for every fitness level, including compact treadmills, folding treadmills, non-folding treadmills and commercial treadmills. For nearly two decades, LifeSpan has been an industry leader in home fitness equipment, and the reviews agree. Consumer Guide, Treadmill Doctor, About.com and Runner’s World have all ranked our products high in their reviews of treadmills year-after-year. Our signature Homes Series line of top treadmills for the home continues that tradition as well as our commercial treadmills.


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.
No matter how healthy or youthful you feel, it's smart to choose a treadmill that respects your joints and tendons. With the features of high-quality deck cushioning and power incline, well-made treadmills can significantly deflect the shock of exercise. Two immediate benefits are good comfort and better endurance. A couple of long-term benefits are avoiding running-related injuries and staying physically active further into your "golden years."
For multi-taskers, there's always the desktop treadmill. This machine combines a motorized treadmill with a desktop. Some desktops feature mounts for computer screens and other devices, so vibrations or movement caused by your walking or running won't send them tumbling to the ground. Desktop treadmills are a great way to incorporate healthy activity into a busy lifestyle. They do, however, take up more room than regular treadmills, making them less suitable for smaller homes and office spaces.
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Training for a race or recovering from an injury? These cross-training treadmills are ideal for runners or walkers who also want to change things up and get the multiple benefits of working a variety of muscle groups. From super steep inclines that resemble a stair climber to integrated belts that mimic the stride of an elliptical trainer, these cross-training treadmills bring adaptability and performance. Read More…
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