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Most people buying a treadmill want one with an incline (also called treadmill elevation).

It used to be that incline on a treadmill was a bonus feature. However today, most motorized treadmills come with an incline option. The difference seems to be in the amount of elevation available.

If you're looking for an economy treadmill (under $1000) you'll probably find most treadmills only come with a 10-12% incline (however that can be enough for most people - especially for those new to treadmill exercise).

When you get into the mid-priced treadmills ($1500+) you'll start to see elevations of 12-15%. And in most premium treadmills you'll find inclines of 15%.

If you're in top shape and really want a challenge, then you'll probably want a 15% incline. However if you just want a treadmill for gentle walking, a 10% elevation might suit you perfectly.

Of course, the mother of incline treadmills is the incline trainer. This is a treadmill that also gives you much more elevation than normal treadmills - up to 30%.

You've probably heard about the Bowflex Treadclimber. The Bowflex Treadclimber is a hybrid stair climber and treadmill. TreadClimbers have two separate, smaller treadmill belts (one for each foot) that you walk on. These individual belts also move up and down, meeting every step you take.

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  • Get a total body strength workout with affordable home gym; no cable changes needed between sets
  • Provides as little as 5 or as many as 210-Pounds of resistance
  • Over 50 strength exercises, includes vertical bench press and lat pull down
  • Upholstered roller cushions for leg extension and leg curl, triple function ankle cuff grips
  • 300-Pound maximum user weight, requires 100 x 78-Inch minimum workout area

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2007-11-21 14:05:35 by JMcDanielDC

Weight systems are cheap and small. You can find used BowFlex on CL for $400. You can get a treadmill at Play it Again for $500. Whatever you need you can buy, cheap as a used product. People buy these all the time, use them for 30 days and then stop. They spend $2K on a system and sell it two years later for $400 after using it 10 times.
Then you can use for free and sell it when you are done. No travel time, no membership, no fees, and you have an asset, not a monthly bill.

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    Apr 19, 2007 by Mean What you Say and say it | Posted in Diet & Fitness

    I just want to say thank you for clicking the link and answering my question, I do appriciate it. I want to purchase a exercise machine but the reality is I'm not sure which one to buy. I kinda like the new bowflex tread …y other option was this Elliptical machine that makes no noise and its not hudge for the prize of 888.00, has anyone ever used the new bowflex treadclimber machine ? I mean, what do you advise me. Thank you for your time

    • I have an elliptical strider and like it very much. It also gives an upper body workout when you use it correctly. In my part of the world, it is cold and rainy a lot of the time, so an indoor exercise machine works great …s available any time you want to use it. Don't spend a lot of money, I got mine for just under $200. You can always trade in and upgrade, or sell. Best wishes. I think the foul mouthed commentator needs his diaper changed

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    I am 13 years old, in the middle of spring im signing up for soccer with my best friend and then in about 2 weeks at most im running the mile. I am really really out of shape. I weight about 155 lbs and im short so its al … go out running, because i have extremely bad anxiety and im kind of socially awkward. I have friends but whenever i try going out to run or somewhere public i get anxiety attacks, thats why i need to improve for my mile

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