Pro Runner Treadmill available for $1,899 at 3GCardio.com

3G Cardio Pro Runner Treadmill with Free Mat

Pro Runner Treadmill available for $1,899 at 3GCardio.com

The 3G Cardio Pro Runner Treadmill has been named the “Best Treadmill” under $2,500 by the Fit Prof and received Best Buy awards from several other reviewers.

Buy the treadmill directly from 3GCardio.com and you can get it for $1,899.

The Pro Runner is extremely popular on amazon.com, where it’s sold at higher price points.

The 3G Cardio Pro Runner Treadmill has engineering and components similar to commercial machines that sell for $1,000s more.

With a 20”x 58” folding running surface that features an upgraded Ortho Flex Shock suspension, the 3G Cardio Pro Runner is as comfortable a running surface as you’ll find anywhere near its price point.

The Pro Runner also has the power to help you get up and go! It has a 12 mph max speed powered by the 3.0 HP motor, plus great entertainment, fitness testing and programming options.

It also fits into almost any lifestyle. It’s the top fold-up treadmill on the market and the best one to run on.

“It’s a Folding Treadmill that doesn’t require much space,” the Fit Prof reported. “The marathon treadmill, high-end 20.5” x 58” Ortho Shock treadmill belt gives you plenty of room to run on, but the overall footprint is just 74” x 35”. It’s a Fold Flat Treadmill that can easily be put away for storage.”

FitProf.net 2016 treadmill brand of the year

The Fit Prof added that over the last few years many specialty fitness brands have become complacent, choosing to focus on very low priced, low quality infomercial type products, or on very expensive health-club, cross-training style machines.

Unfortunately, this leaves limited choices for a large segment of consumers wanting a dependable and reliable treadmill for the home, the Fit Prof added.
However, with 50 years of combined industry experience, “3G Cardio offers a fantastic good, better, best option for consumers looking to invest in a treadmill built around quality components (rather than fancy computer software),” the Fit Prof wrote.

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