You most certainly get what you pay for when it comes to treadmills, but the 3G Cardio Elite Runner Treadmill stretches your money much farther than the rest.
If you want a treadmill that looks and performs like a health club model, but don’t want to break the bank then the 3G Cardio Elite Runner Treadmill is for you.
At a retail price of $3,999 for the 3G Cardio Elite Runner Treadmill, the 3G designers put their money into everything you want in a treadmill – like power, sturdiness and a big, smooth running surface – and provided the basic, essential electronics to keep your workouts challenging and entertaining.
Unlike some comparable models, 3G didn’t jack up the price by adding unnecessary fancy electronics that push other treadmills up $1,000s more in price. You get everything you need with the 3G Cardio Elite Treadmill electronics and nothing you don’t.
Based in Phoenix, the 3G Cardio company’s Elite Runner Treadmill is a health club quality machine that performs as well as treadmills that cost $1,000s more. It has a DC 4.0 hp motor, 22×62 orthopedic belt and has a max user weight of 400 pounds.
When you first run on a treadmill, you can tell if it has a good feel or not. Most fitness enthusiasts have probably run on a cheap, wobbly treadmill at one time or anther. That’s no good over the long haul. The performance and feel of exercising on the 3G Cardio Elite Treadmill is a high-end, elite treadmill experience.
There are several pre-programmed courses, fitness tests, one touch speed and elevation settings, heart rate control and the ability to custom create your own workouts. Listen to music through the 3G Cardio Elite Runner built-in speakers and cool down with a multi-speed fan.
You will be challenged without having lots of complicated programs to figure out. For users who enjoy more entertainment in their workout experience, hook up an iPad to upgrade the interactive possibilities. If you don’t have an iPad, you could buy one and still save lots of money in the long run over the prices competitors charge for high-end treadmills with built-in, elaborate electronic systems.
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