To finish off our series, we leave you with some good advice about what to avoid during your treadmill buying experience.
Make sure you do not buy a treadmill if…
1. The motor doesn’t operate smoothly at top speed while a person uses it.
2. You don’t have enough room to work out. You could injure yourself during training so make sure you buy a treadmill with a wide and long enough belt.
3. It’s not stable while running/walking.
4. The motor is not quiet at low speed.
5. The belt is not centered.
6. It doesn’t have an emergency shut off button.
7. It doesn’t offer at least 1 year warranty for parts and 5 years for the motor.