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Manual Treadmill Review

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Review of Manual Treadmill

Manual Treadmills

Poor Substitute for Motorized Machines

Manual treadmills are significantly less expensive than the motorized treadmills found in gyms and fitness centers, but most fitness experts question their effectiveness in providing a proper calorie-burning aerobic workout.

Manual vs. Motorized Treadmill

A manual treadmill is powered by the user: there is no moving walkway to keep you exercising. Manual treadmills can be unstable and relatively flimsy, and typically have few incline or other options. A motorized treadmill is powered by electricity, can be electronically adjusted to a wide range of different walking, jogging or running speeds, and different incline-levels.

Motivation to Exercise

Treadmills are one of the most popular and effective items of gym fitness equipment, and rightly so. They provide a flexible and highly effective range of aerobic workouts. But part of their effectiveness in helping the user to keep fit and burn calories is their automated nature. Activating the treadmill obliges you to exercise! This is not the case with manual treadmills - you need to do everything!

Manual Treadmills: Price Guide

A regular manual machine costs between $100.00 and $200.00

Manual Treadmill and Weight Control

Manual Treadmill machines improve health and fitness, build muscle tissue, and develop a leaner body shape. They also help to raise metabolism and may also help to develop a flat stomach. To lose fat tissue, and reduce weight, workouts using Manual Treadmill machines need to be combined with a calorie-controlled diet. Because unless you create a calorie deficit, you can't burn fat and therefore lose weight.

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