3G Cardio ‘mighty mini’ treadmills great for tight spaces

3G Cardio 80i Fold Flat Treadmill

3G Cardio ‘mighty mini’ treadmills great for tight spaces

The 3G Cardio Company gives people a chance to own two different models of top quality treadmills to be used in spaces they never dreamed could be used to exercise.

Whether it’s a small room in your house, apartment, office, garage, RV, yacht or other tight spot, check out the 3G Cardio 80i Fold Flat Treadmill (MSRP $2,399, AHF sale price $1,999) or 3G Cardo Lite Runner Treadmill (MSRP $1,499, AHF sale price $999). At Home Fitness guarantees the lowest prices anywhere on 3G Cardio fitness equipment.

The 80i Fold Flat Treadmill measures just 74 inches (length) x 33” (width), but is still engineered to allow users to get a big-time running workout on their own personal treadmill.

The 3G Cardio 80i Fold Flat Treadmill

The 3G Cardio 80i Fold Flat Treadmill is hands down the best Fold Down Treadmill on the market. It’s the only “under the bed tread” that you can easily store and then pull out, unfold and get a quality running workout.

Users can also fold this treadmill down horizontally to a height of just 9.75 inches and roll it under the bed, pool table, etc., or fold it vertically and store it in the corner of a room or closet. Whether you choose to store it on the floor or standing, either way it’s easy to quickly convert to use.

Most fold down treadmills don’t have the capability to go past 4 mph. The ingenious 3G Cardio 80i fold down treadmill allows users to exercise at speeds ranging anywhere from 0.5 to 11 mph. Additionally, it can be set for a maximum incline of 15 percent.

Other fold down treadmills are built for low-impact walking and will feel slow and flimsy if you try to run on them, but the 3G Cardio 80i treadmill is built for high performance. The 3G Cardio 80i Fold Flat Treadmill can accommodate people who weigh up to 325 pounds.
The 3G Cardio Lite Runner is a small, compact and extremely well built treadmill. It feels like a machine you would use in the gym. The frame and handlebars are very solid and surprisingly stable for a treadmill at this price point.

Because not everyone wants to sacrifice an entire room for their treadmill, the 3G Cardio Lite Runner is also the perfect size for smaller rooms and offices. Also, the Lite Runner is actually small enough to fold up and roll through a standard doorway without having to disassemble.

The 3G Cardio Lite Runner Treadmill is specially engineered for walking. Measuring just 67 inches (length) x 29 3-4 (width), the Lite Runner is specifically engineered with a higher torque / lower horsepower combination to ensure a smooth and consistent belt speed while walking at a lower mph.

Compare waling on a Lite Runner with department store brands and feel how the treadmill belt seems to slow down and speed up on its own. When you walk at a slower speed or jog on the 3G Cardio Lite Runner, the belt speed will remain strong and consistent under your feet.

Both the 3G Cardio 80i and Elite Runner are priced considerably lower than comparable models because 3G Cardio puts the emphasis on the engineering of the treadmill motor, belt and frame, not on fancy electronics. One of the biggest wastes of money when buying a new treadmill is in the electronics. The reality is that you may already have a ceiling fan in your workout room, you probably already have a TV, a tablet or smart phone so why spend the money to buy it again on the treadmill?

The “bells and whistles” programming that come with most treadmills can be uploaded for free on your tablet! And your tablet has a 10x better screen resolution and has a much larger viewing area. Spend your money on the “Quality” of the treadmill and not electronic features that you probably already have.

At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at aaron@athomefitness.com

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