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Portable Treadmills - For People On The Run
Portable Treadmills are a convenience most appreciated by busy people.
Manufacturers like Walkmill focus on light folding machines that will set up and fold away quickly.
They are suitable for a quick workout, perhaps in an office, and some hotels are offering rooms with such portable sports equipment for travelers away from their clubs or home gyms who want to unwind or continue their health and fitness regimens but do not want to go down to the hotel fitness room.
Still, 'portable' is a very relative term for most manufacturers.
Companies like Smooth and Tunturi make folding treadmills that can be stored out of sight or more easily rolled into another room.
Theoretically, such models are 'portable', but in practice they are built for intense training, are of considerable weight, and by comparison, barely moveable, least of all a portable treadmill.
Fitness For Nomads
Most buyers want a treadmill for specific reasons like good health, physical fitness, or sports training, but there are other good reasons, as well, and the best is that it reduces stress.
For business people and travelers, moveable treadmills provide a convenient way to unwind in their places of work or on the road, and where provided in a hotel room, in complete privacy.
But other buyers simply want the convenience of folding their training equipment away and storing it out of sight.
For them, models like the Smooth 7.1 with power folding or the Tunturi T-Track+Gamma 300 with a Fold-Away Kit not only provide complete features and performance but a design specifically engineered to be foldable and easily moved.
Steve Ecclestone is webmaster at Best Treadmill Guide
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