The treadmill is a very useful equipment because the workout activates all the muscle groups, it has a very positive influence on your entire organism, and primarily it positively affects your cardiovascular system. It is very important that you know how to run properly on the treadmill to avoid damage to the joints and connective tissue. People who had never run on the treadmill should only begin with a walk. Through the certain period of time, the feeling of instability should disappear, and you would then gradually be able to increase the speed, all in accordance with your capabilities.


What is very important about the treadmill is that you can accurately determine the running speed, ie to adjust it in the way it suits you. While running on the treadmill, you can track calorie consumption at any time, the speed of movement, how much you crossed, and most importantly to track the performance of your heart and measure heart rate.The treadmill band for running is quite soft, while beneath there is a plate that relies on small shock absorbers which

The treadmill band for running is quite soft, while beneath, there is a plate over small shock absorbers that is a great relief for the joints, which is not the case when running outdoors or on a hard surface, concrete, asphalt, etc.



  • Improved Muscle Tone

Walking or running on a treadmill strengthens and tones your calves, buttocks and your quadriceps muscles. Using the incline feature will help tone your legs even more.

If you run without holding onto the handlebars, you can even tone up your arm muscles.

  •  Improved Joint Flexibility

As a moderate-intensity exercise, treadmills help keep your joints flexible. And because you’re walking on a treadmill instead of hard pavement, you reduce the impact on your knees and joints. If you have arthritis, the treadmill is an excellent way to keep your joints loose and to prevent unwanted pain.

  • Improved Cardiovascular Health

Treadmills give a great cardiovascular workout and help improve heart health. Each time you step on a treadmill, you strengthen your heart. And as your heart grows stronger, you lower your blood pressure. Plus, the act of running or walking helps to get the blood flowing, which reduces the stress on your heart.