Treadmill Basics

Try Out A Treadmill Before You Buy It

 If you have zeroed in on having a treadmill, it is a good decision. But, you are clueless about what and where of buying a treadmill that suits your need, what are the features you want to have in your treadmill etc. etc.

 Perhaps the most important step to buying a treadmill is to try one out before you actually buy one. It is the most logical thing to do. After all, those sheets that a treadmill seller or expert shows you, are only figures, numbers, and technical descriptions. You won’t know for sure until you try the treadmill and hold it in your two hands to get a personal feel of it.

The next logical thing is to make a list of all treadmill models that you like or that suit your need. Then you can call different sporting goods stores to see if they’re available locally. If they are, try to spend at least 10 minutes on each treadmill, making sure that it runs quietly and doesn’t shake even when you’re running on it. And while you are checking it, see where the drink holder is, see the place where you can place your walkman, a book rack, and some other small stuff that are not terribly important but would be a nice addition anyway. And after checking all those out and coming up with your hands full, you can make the purchase and bring your new treadmill home.