5 Reasons to Use a Treadmill

5 Reasons to Use a Treadmill

Treadmills are a hot trend for 2015. Treadmill studios combining high intensity intervals with incline training are popping up like wildflowers. And while some argue that the incentive to pay to run in place is low, fitness centers like Equinox and Crunch are finding plenty of customers willing to pay up for solid instruction. But with FitnessPlus.com INC., you don’t have to pay yearly memberships or shell out a ton of cash.

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5 Reasons to Use a Treadmill

1. The Weather is always great

We wouldn’t deny the benefits of running outside. But somedays, the weather is either too icy, too cold, too rainy or too hot. Training on a treadmill eliminates the guesswork on what to wear and allows fitness addicts to get their workout in regardless of the weather.

2. Reduce Joint Damage

Many treadmills offer suspension systems that provide support to reduce impact on feet, knees, and joints. For avid runners, treadmills may offer a nice adjustment to the hard pavement while still obtaining a fantastic workout.

3. Watch Television while you workout

Enjoying a good documentary or reality show while running is a guilty pleasure and quite enjoyable. Certain treadmill models have monitor systems built into the unit. Other models allow you to place the treadmill in front of your television, so you won’t miss your show and won’t feel guilty missing your workout. Exercise will make you feel and look great.

4. Safety is Important

Treadmills offer safety. On a treadmill, runners don’t have to worry about getting hit by cars or other potentially hazardous situations. Treadmills allow you to focus entirely on getting a great workout.

5. It will always be there

The Treadmill never slows and never quits. When you slow, your treadmill will continue to push you forward. Your treadmill will always be pushing you in the right direction. Along with pre-programmed routines, your treadmill will guide you through interval training, hills and even sprint workouts.

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