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A regular cardiovascular workout is key to any weight loss program and home treadmills are unsurpassed in making this possible. Today people recognize the advantages of owning treadmills, rather than having to pay for expensive and inconvenient gym memberships. Our treadmills offer improved stability and intuitive controls making start-up as simple as pushing a single button. Our treadmills offer a dazzling array of features to customize any workout regimen. These machines have some of the largest, quietest, smoothest operating motors of any treadmills in their class, guaranteeing the optimum workout for any user. With their superior engineered safety features built in to each treadmill, they will offer a dependable, reliable and satisfying workout for years to come. These folding treadmill models make it easy and convenient to keep exercise treadmills at home without taking up precious space when they are not in use.
We are continually diversifying our line of quality fitness equipment. We know the commitment you are willing to make to achieve your fitness goals and want to help you get there. We urge you to come in and see all that we have to offer.
Cycling, either indoor or outdoor, is one of the most effective exercises to improve stamina, reduce the risk of coronary heart disease and strokes, increase metabolism and generally improve the quality of life for people of all ages.Learn More
Elliptical trainers are the newest low-impact exercise equipment that meets the overall need to provide a fast and effective training session without strenuous impact to the body.Learn More
A regular cardiovascular workout is key to any weight loss program and home treadmills are unsurpassed in making this possible.Learn More
Using a rowing machine can help to build and tone your muscles, strengthen your cardiovascular function and increase your stamina. Rowing machines are particularly effective for older fitness enthusiasts because they place no strain on your back and joints.Learn More
Inversion tables are designed to use gravity to relieve some of the pressure on the spine, which becomes compressed over time. The theory of inversion table use is that hanging upside down or at an angle where your head is lower than your feet will decompress the spine, which should relieve the pressure and pain.Learn More