Company publishes guide to buying treadmills, ellipticals and other equipment.
— According to the CDC, less than 50 percent of adult Americans obtain the recommended amount of aerobic physical activity on a weekly basis, with women and older adults more at risk of missing their goal. Those who reach the recommended amount consistently find it easier to maintain a healthy weight, and walking lowers a person's risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease, certain cancers, depression and stroke.
"For those without access to a safe area for walking, a treadmill becomes a good substitute. Treadmill Reviewers (http://treadmillreviewers.net) examines a number of models and offers information about each to make the buying process easier for consumers looking to acquire a machine of this type," Frank Lloyd, spokesperson for Treadmill Reviewers, declares.
Factors to consider when purchasing a treadmill include the space required for the machine and the price as these two remain paramount in the minds of most when shopping for exercise equipment. Decisions shouldn't be made on these two factors alone, however, as there are many other things of equal or greater importance. "One needs to take the treadmill for a test run to check ease of use and stability of the machine along with features offered on the machine as all influence overall satisfaction with the chosen device," Lloyd explains.
Consumers who read a Precor 9.35 treadmill review often put this model on their list of machines to try as it has a great deal to offer. This device features a top speed of 12 miles per hour, and the 22-inch by 56-inch belt makes this the appropriate choice for tall users with long strides. Users choose from 11 established workouts along with two custom options, and the versatility of the machine is sure to keep frequent user from becoming bored. Lloyd recommends potential treadmill buyers visit Treadmill Reviewers to learn more about this amazing machine and what it has to offer.
Those unable to afford the Precor 9.35 treadmill shouldn't be disappointed as there are various other machines for buyers to select from without sacrificing quality. The Sole F80 exemplifies this better than most, according to Sole F80 Treadmill Reviewers. This machine holds up under frequent use and is very stable, supporting users up to 375 pounds, while providing a workout that one typically only finds in a gym. "Knee and ankle support offered through the Cushion Flex Whisper deck is another benefit of choosing this machine, and this is just one of many models examined by Treadmill Reviewers. Site visitors need to research all options to ensure they get the right equipment for their particular needs," Lloyd states.
About Treadmill Reviewers:
Treadmill Reviewers examines various treadmill models to help consumers find the machine which best meets their individual needs, as treadmills come in many shapes and sizes and with many price points. The site recommends fitness products which have been tested and tried along with services which the website owners believe will be of benefit to site visitors.
For more information, please visit http://treadmillreviewers.net
Name: Frank Lloyd
Organization: Treadmill Reviewers
Phone: 1 398-462-7817
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