Why are buying a treadmill?
For weight loss or rehabilitation
Regular exercise
Serious training

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How will you be working out?
Walking
Jogging
Running

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How often do you work out?
1-2 days a week or less
3-5 days a week
5+ days a week

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How much does the person who will be using it weigh?
Under 250 lbs
Over 250 lbs

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Do you need it to be foldable?

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How to choose a treadmill

Treadmills can be an expensive purchase, which is why you should take extra care when you consider which treadmill to buy. Even tho many treadmills are expensive, there are also smaller, less expensive ones which you can fold up and place under your bed if you live in a small apartment.

To start off, we suggest you try our treadmill finder at the top of this page. Our treadmill finder will help you narrow down your search for the perfect treadmill.

Usage

Before you buy a treadmill, you must know how you will be using it, and how much you will be using it.

How often do you work out? This question can lead you closer to the best treadmill for you. Are you a person that exercise 5 or more times a week? Are you training for a marathon? In those cases you would want to invest in a more expensive more with a more powerful motor.

If you’re a person who only do regular exercise, then you won’t need a top-of-the-line treadmill. Somewhere in the middle is where you would like to aim.

To find the right product for you, you really need to consider how often you can see yourself using it. It this is you first time buying a treadmill, you probably don’t need the best of the best.

Treadmills can also be used for rehabilitation and to lose weight. If you fall in this category, you don’t need one with a powerful motor at all. As you would probably not be running at a high speed, but more of a fast walking or slow jogging tempo.

How heavy are you?

Are you planning to use the treadmill as a way to lose weight? And do you already weigh over 250 lbs (113 kg)? Then this should also be taken into consideration. Not all treadmills can hold a person over 250 lbs, so read the specifications on each treadmill you want to buy, to see how much it can hold.

Of course our treadmill finder takes care of this for you.

Are you someone who weigh under 250 lbs, then almost every treadmill is for you.

Workout space

Where will you be placing the treadmill? Do you have enough space? Be careful so you don’t end up with a treadmill which doesn’t fit in the room you want it to be.

Carefully measure the area you want to place it, and look at the product’s details to find out if it can fit where you want it. Also be sure to have enough room on the sides just in case.

Features

Some treadmills also come with a lot of features nowadays. Expensive ones tend to have many workout modes that control speed and incline for example. Some even have TVs and you can browse the web if you want.

Heart rate monitoring is also a features quite a few models have. To be honest, a fitness tracker with a built in heart rate monitor does a much better job.

If you like listening to music, there are a few that have iPod-compatible speakers where you can connect your ipod or smartphone and play music or listen to an audio book if you want.

If a treadmill is not for you, then try our exercise bike finder or rowing machine finder.