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Start Moving With Manual Treadmills


Although manual treadmills are much cheaper than motorized treadmills, and are quite popular, they do not have many of the features that people like to see on their exercise equipment. You do get a good workout from manual treadmills, but you also have to supply all the power needed to get them going. Your lower body gets the really good workout that you need to strengthen your leg muscles and glutes.

A manual treadmills review is helpful, especially if you are new to treadmills and are not sure that you want to spend the higher amount of money on a motorized model. If you ask a regular user his/her opinion on manual treadmills, you will probably hear a list of the reasons why you should not buy one. The cons of this type of manual treadmill include:

It is hard to get the belt started when you first get on a manual treadmill and this could cause undue stress on your joints.

You might have to do adjustments on the incline level of the treadmill in order to have a comfortable workout.

Once you get the belt moving on a manual treadmill and decide you want a different incline level, you have to stop and get off to make the adjustments.

The speed of the manual treadmill depends on how fast or slow you go.

These are not major problems and if you really want to start with this type of treadmill, they shouldn't pose a lot of problems. It is only when you get used to using the treadmill on a regular basis that you will decide to upgrade to a motorized model. For your initial purchase, you show read a manual treadmills review to get a reliable brand and model. There are many models on the market, but you need to get one that won't cause you a lot of headaches with breakdowns and hard to adjust mechanisms.

To get started, you should compare the features available in manual treadmills and read what different consumers have to say about each one. The main opinion on a manual treadmill is that it is great for small places, such as an apartment because it is generally a bit smaller than the standard motorized machine. Most of the manual models can also fold, so that you can fold it up when you're finished exercising and store it out of the way in a closet or under the bed. When someone asks how you lost the weight or toned up your muscles, you can just smile and say "It's a secret".

Manual treadmills are not perfect, but they do have their advantages.

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