The Life Fitness treadmill has been designed in such a way that they fit well in almost any home. Not only that, but they are also priced to be affordable for most of the people looking for a treadmill and they have all the features that they need in order to get a good workout without having to travel anywhere.
These treadmills are being used by numerous world champion athletes, top athletes, military personnel and health club members.
Life Fitness offers two treadmill lines: Life Fitness Cardio and Life Fitness Sport Cardio. There are seven different treadmill options in the first line (T3, T3i, T5, T5i, T7, and T9i/e) and two in the second line.
Life Fitness offers the T-series as a direct descendant of its commercial model series, starting with the standard quality T3, their ‘benchmark’ value model, and topping out with the Life Fitness T9i, recommended by Health Magazine.
Basic treadmills are included in the T3 series of treadmill models. There are two choices in this category viz the T3 and the T3i. Both of these models offer a large number of features including classic workouts (hill, random, manual), sport training workouts (sport training, 5K sport training, 10K sport training) and EZ Incline TM workouts. Display options on the T3 and T3i models of this treadmill include display of elapsed time, distance, speed, incline, heart rate, calories per hour and calories burnt.
Both models can accommodate speeds up to 10 miles per hour and an incline of 15%. The T3i includes heart features including Polar Telemetry® and heart rate zone training workouts (cardio, fat burn, heart rate hill, heart rate interval and extreme heart rate). Treadmills in the T3 series consist of a 2.5HP motor and supports inclination up to 15%.
The T5 series are meant for competitive running. The main difference between a treadmill in the T3 series and the T5 series is that those in the T5 series are capable of speeds up to 12 miles per hour.
The Life Fitness T5 treadmill provides a wide & long walking area and a powerful drive motor. It has a few less programs and a simpler display than the T5i but features the same durable construction throughout.
A treadmill from the T7 line, adds daily training workouts to the package (30-minute walk, 3-mile jog, 45-minute cross-train) and customizable workouts.
Finally, the T9 series of treadmill models additional customizable workouts, speed interval training, pace mode, calories goal, distance goal, and time in zone goal, as well as Life Pulse TM digital heart rate monitoring. The Life Fitness T9i treadmill bears up to 400 pounds weight and features a 5/8 inch 60 x 20 inch belt with cushioned deck, 3.5 inch roller and 4.0HP motor. This treadmill series offers a top speed of 12 MPH, inclines up to 15% and provides readouts/feedbacks. It also provides 16 preset programs as well as six custom memory slots for personal workouts and it monitors heart rate through Ergo hand sensors and a wireless chest strap.
The warranty period on this treadmill models is impressive. It provides lifetime warranty on frame and shock absorbers, fifteen years warranty on the motor, three years warranty on electrical and mechanical parts and one year warranty on labor. The Life Fitness T9 treadmill series provides a lifetime warranty on the motor and ten years warranty on electrical and mechanical parts.
This can get users well on their way to fitness. With the wide variety of workout options available, even on their basic models, users will never be bored. If users are keeping a close eye on their cardiovascular fitness, the heart monitoring available on this treadmill can’t be bet.
This might be the best treadmill choice for users. If users are going to use a this treadmill, they should make sure that they know what they are doing before using it. Users should always make sure that they are very comfortable walking on their treadmill device before they decide to start running. This is always the case no matter what model or style of treadmill they own.
Before buying a treadmill model users should take a look at the different features that are offered with the treadmill model. Users should make sure that the treadmill motor has a high continuous duty rating and has a long warranty.
These treadmills have an excellent life span. Some of the popular discount treadmills are model numbers 5500, 8500 and T3i. No matter how strenuous workouts users desire (use of hand weights to tone arms and body while walking/running on the treadmill), even used these treadmills are a great piece of exercise equipment.