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Pacemaster Treadmill Reviews


Runner's World, a magazine for athletes who are serious about their exercise, includes Pacemaster treadmill reviews in its repertoire of sporting information, One of the latest evaluations included as part of its Pacemaster treadmill reviews is that of the Pacemaster ProElite.

This treadmill, retailing at over $2000, offers a 3 hp motor, a noteworthy maximum speed of 12 mph, an incline of up to 15 percent and a running area 20 by 58 inches. Weighing in at 190 pounds itself, the Pacemaster ProElite can accommodate runners up to 350 pounds.

You can choose from 17 different running programs, four of which are heart rate programs, nine preset for you, and 4 that you can manually customize on your own. Important information included about this product as part of the Pacemaster treadmill reviews is that it offers a ton of displayed information that, according to the evaluator, might confuse the novice runner at the time of initial use.

This treadmill, in comparison with others reviewed as part of the Pacemaster treadmill reviews, was found to be a good, although basic exercise product. The tester's primary complaint was that the time, distance and pace indicator could only provide the runner's pace in 10-second increments.

Rating on a scale of 1 to 10, this Pacemaster ProElite came it at a respectable number seven. Its overall rating was 6.8. Evaluators gave it a 6.7 for cushioning, important for not only a comfortable run or walk, but also for minimalization of sore muscles and fatigued brought on by harsh joint and muscle impact. This Pacemaster rated high for stability, at 7.3, which means the evaluating runners, when taking part in the Pacemaster treadmill reviews, experienced little movement such as jiggling or shaking.

Timothy Gorman is a successful Webmaster and publisher of Treadmill-Solutions.com. He provides more treadmill ratings, rankings and treadmill reviews that you can research in your pajamas on his website.


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