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The Nautilus treadclimber (now called the Bowflex Treadclimber) is one of the most popular incline trainers on the market today. (Incline trainers are similar to treadmills but the design emphasis is placed on incorporating higher inclines into the machine.)
The big advantage of a Treadclimber is that you can burn twice the calories in a single workout as compared to walking on a treadmill.
Is it a good value for you? Here’s what you need to know before buying:
What Is It?
A Treadclimber is a hybrid treadmill / stair climber. It has two dual treadles (as opposed to one used in treadmills) that lift to meet each step as you walk. If you’ve seen the infomercials, you know how cool this looks.
The advantage is that you are walking on an incline (hence the term ‘incline trainer’) and burning more calories than you would on a treadmill.
What Options Do You Have?
Nautilus Treadclimbers come in 5 different models, ranging from the TC1000 ($1599) up to the monster TC6000 ($3399).
Main differences between the models include warranty length, console options and design (more advanced as you go up in price), maximum walking speeds, heart rate monitors and unit weights (heavier unit weights mean more stable machines).
Source: Professional Health Blog
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