Treadmills are the most popular type of specialty fitness equipment there is.
Regular walking or running burns calories and tones muscles. If you own a treadmill you can easily add variation to your workouts because you can change the speeds, incline or decline and easily get interval training in.
Treadmills provide versatility for training for anyone from a rehab patient to elite athlete trying to push themselves in high-impact running.
If you own a treadmill you can decide where, when and how you want to work out. By working out in the privacy of your own home, you don’t have to worry about walking outside and having people in the neighborhood staring as they drive by. Some people feel more comfortable at home than exercising in a health club gym, either.
One of the top manufacturers for people considering purchasing a treadmill for their home is BH Fitness.
At Home Fitness is an authorized dealer of BH Fitness products both in its Arizona superstores and online.
Among BH Fitness top models are the BH Fitness TS2 Treadmill (AHF sale price $1,199, save $800) and BH Fitness TS4 Treadmill (sale price $1,799, save $200).
These are outstanding treadmills for the price point, which combine value and performance.
The TS2 has an extra-large blue backlit LCD display and an extra 2 inches of running surface. The folding frame features Safe Drop technology, which helps offer a space-saving solution without sacrificing quality. It has a quiet 2.5 HP DC motor, 20” x 57” running surface and is Polar® wireless HR compatible The TS4 goes up in size with a 22-inch wide commercial running belt on a stylish folding treadmill platform that’s durable and nice looking. It has a quiet 3.0 HP DC motor, 22” x 57” running surface and Polar® wireless HR compatible.
BH FITNESS HISTORY — BH Fitness is an international company with a long tradition of excellence. Based in Spain and forming in 1909. BH Fitness was originally formed by the Beistegui Brothers, aka Beistegui Hermanos (BH).
The brothers started out making various products with steel and even helped make weapons for World War I. After gaining experience in steel treatments, BH focused on making bicycles after 1919. Since that time it has branched out to continually produce products on the cutting edge of technology in the health and fitness industry. Today, BH Fitness has a complete line of home, light commercial and full commercial equipment, ranging from treadmills, upright and recumbent bicycles, ellipticals, indoor training cycles, whole body vibration platforms and strength equipment. Some of the top athletes who train on BH Fitness equipment include Ironman® winners, Olympians and Tour de France stars.
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