HARGA TREADMILL. WOODSIDE HEALTH CLUB
- a mill that is powered by men or animals walking on a circular belt or climbing steps
- a job involving drudgery and confinement
- A device formerly used for driving machinery, consisting of a large wheel with steps fitted into its inner surface. It was turned by the weight of people or animals treading the steps
- An exercise machine, typically with a continuous belt, that allows one to walk or run in place
- A job or situation that is tiring, boring, or unpleasant and from which it is hard to escape
- an exercise device consisting of an endless belt on which a person can walk or jog without changing place
harga treadmill – Life Fitness
Work out from the comfort and convenience of home on a treadmill that rivals anything found in the finest health clubs.
16 workout programs
7 My Workouts? personalized programs
6 custom workouts
Deluxe LED console with back-lit TouchSensor buttons
FlexDeck® shock absorption system
HeartSync? heart rate controlled workouts
Contact HRM and Polar® wireless HRM chest strap
GoSystem? Quick Start with 3 speed and incline presets
4.0 HP AC motor system with lifetime warranty
Built-in reading rack and dual accessory trays
The Club Series Treadmill features the same display and controls found on Life Fitness’ best-selling health club model, and it includes a message center that provides workout feedback and a workout profile display that shows workout progress. The GoSystem Quick Start feature remembers your preferred walk, jog and run speeds, so you can get started with the push of a button. Other features include 16 workout programs, six custom workouts, a wireless Polar heart rate monitor chest strap, built-in reading rack, and an oversized, dual accessory trays that holds water bottle, cell phone, MP3 player, or remote. Under the hood is a 4.0 HP AC motor that lets you run at speeds of up to 12 mph (20 kph). It’s backed by a lifetime warranty.
It’s equipped with the FlexDeck Shock Absorption System, a patented system that reduces shock and impact to the knees, back, and joints by nearly 30 percent compared to other treadmills. And because the Lifespring? shock absorbers found in the FlexDeck are nearly indestructible, the flex experienced during the first use will be the same flex experienced in all subsequent workouts, even years later.
All Life Fitness treadmills offer interactive heart rate monitoring and HeartSync heart rate controlled workouts, which automatically adjust the resistance based on your heart rate feedback via the Lifepulse digital contact heart rate sensors on the arms or via the included Polar wireless chest strap. Simply choose any HeartSync program and the treadmill incline automatically adjusts in 0.1 percent increments to keep you in your target heart rate zone. The patented Lifepulse digital heart rate monitoring system uses three separate technologies to digitally filter noise that may disrupt the reading of your true heart rate, so you’re sure to get a safe, effective workout every time.
The Club Series Treadmill console.
Boredom is never an option with Life Fitness treadmills, with a wide variety of challenging workout programs built into the easy-to-use console. Save time by storing up to seven pre-programmed My Workouts, and replay them at any time. Rename them for different days of the week or different users in your household. Your weight and incline levels are automatically saved, and you can also store personal results for each workout to keep track of your progress. Based on your workout’s specific time, incline and heart rate level, a customized cool-down program helps to ensure your heart rate properly returns to a normal level at the end of a workout. You can also conveniently change programs without restarting or losing your current workout information. This treadmill comes with the following programs to choose from:
Manual: Gives you complete freedom to choose your own speed and resistance levels.
Hill: Challenges you with intervals of multiple hills and valleys with each hill becoming progressively more difficult.
Random: Includes many different motivating combinations of hills and valleys.
Time-Based Goal: For a time specified by the user, this workout used 1.5 percent incline as the baseline to accurately simulate running outdoors on flat ground. Anything below a 1.5 percent grade is then used to simulate running downhill. The inclines and declines last between 30 and 60 seconds. The goal of the workout is to help users train for outdoor running.
Distance Goal: This workout is designed to build endurance. The objective is to cover a certain distance in miles. Once the objective is met, the workout automatically transitions into a cool-down phase and ends afterwards.
Calories Goal: This workout is designed to promote weight loss and weight control. The objective is to burn a certain number of calories in The selected time duration. Once the objective is met, the workout automatically transitions into a cool-down phase.
Time in Zone Goal: Console displays the accumulated time in your target heart rate zone.
Speed Interval Training: Intensity levels quickly alternate between high and low levels to simulate a typical speed workout.
It also includes the following HeartSync workouts:
Fat Burn: A great workout for beginners or for those days when you need a lighter workout. It automatically adjusts resistance to maintain your heart rate at 65 percent of your theoretical maximum.
Cardio: Maximizes caloric burn and boosts your energy level. It automatically adjusts resistance to maintain your heart rate at 80 percent of your theoretical maximum.
Heart Rate Hill?: An interval workout made up of three hills with each hill becoming progressively more difficult based on your heart rate goals. The first hill is 70 percent of your maximum heart rate (HRMax) and becomes progressively tougher (75 percent HRMax on the second and 80 percent HRMax on the third). The valley is always defined as 65 percent HRMax. It’s similar to training for sports activities such as hockey, basketball, and soccer.
Heart Rate Interval?: Climb a series of alternating hills (80 percent HRMax) and valleys (65 percent HRMax). The number of times you climb each hill depends on your fitness level. It’s similar to training for endurance activities such as triathlons and running.
Extreme Heart Rate?: Quickly raises and lowers resistance to get your heart rate up to 85 percent HRMax and down to 65 percent HRMax as quickly as possible. It’s similar to training for sports activities such as tennis, racquetball, football, and sprinting.
Speed: 0.5 – 12 mph (0.8 – 20 kph)
Incline: 0-15% in 0.5% increments (0.1% increments during HeartSync heart rate controlled workouts)
Motor system: 4.0 Horsepower AC Commercial-Grade Motor System
Motor controller: Commercial-grade controller
Deck: 5/8-inch Commercial Grade Isocyanide
Deck shock absorption: FlexDeck shock absorption system
Handrails: ErgoBar? front handlebar and commercial side handrails
Belt: 60 x 20-inch multi-ply, pre-lubricated
Rollers: 3.5-inch commercial-grade, precision crowned
Electronic readouts: Incline, Time, Speed (mph/kmh), Distance, Heart Rate, Target Heart Rate, Time in Heart Rate Zone, Calories, Calories per Hour, Pace
Display type: Red LEDs
Workout profile display: 7 x 15 segments
Workout feedback display: 16-character message center
Dimensions: 83 x 37 x 63.5 inches (LxWxH)
Unit weight: 431 pounds
Maximum user weight: 400 pounds
Frame, Lifespring shock absorbers, and motor – lifetime; electrical and mechanical parts – ten years; labor – one year. The warranty is valid only within the United States.
About the Warranty
This Life Fitness product is intended for home use only. Your warranty will be void if this product is used in a commercial setting.
About Life Fitness
What started as one man’s pursuit to improve his own physical condition, eventually turned into a global fitness revolution. That man was Keene P. Dimick, the mastermind behind the legendary Lifecycle® exercise bike. The story of Life Fitness began when two young entrepreneurs, Ray Wilson and Augie Nieto, saw the promise of Dr. Dimick’s invention. Even though it was slightly ahead of its time, they believed the Lifecycle exercise bike could help generations of athletes, trainers, exercisers, and people everywhere live happier, healthier, and more fulfilling lives.
Wilson and Nieto bought the rights to the Lifecycle bike from Dr. Dimick, perfected it, and sold it out of a motor home to health clubs across America. Despite the overwhelming odds and initial unpopularity of the Lifecycle exercise bike, the two passion-filled pioneers turned a two-man operation and a seemingly impossible vision into a prosperous reality. Along the way, they shaped the future of Life Fitness as well as the fitness industry, bringing cardiovascular training into the mainstream and helping ignite the health club boom.
Today, Life Fitness is the global leader in designing and manufacturing a full line of reliable, high quality fitness equipment for commercial and consumer use. It is the number one brand of fitness equipment in health clubs worldwide.
Bonus: The treadmill gave us an excuse to clean up the front bedroom/room where we put stuff we have no idea what to do with. In the process of straightening up, we found a box of Darwin’s stuff, including a Rambo action figure, his cap and gown from high school graduation, and a hideously embarrassing Valentine’s Day card I made him in the first year we were dating. I believe the word "eight-month-i-versary" is used. Ick.
Bonus Bonus: We found a use for a faded rug I bought on eBay.
Most treadmills are frightfully expensive, with bulky electric motors that power the treadmill while jacking up the price. No so the Phoenix Easy-Up manual treadmill, which asks the user to power the belt instead. The treadmill is outfitted with a heavy-duty weighted flywheel and a sturdy running belt that respond to your walking/jogging speed. The faster you run, the faster the belt spins, letting you reach whatever speed is comfortable. At the same time, the treadmill isn’t completely low tech, as it offers a single-button electronics display that tracks your speed, distance, time, and calories (includes two AA batteries). And users with small homes or apartments will love the spring-loaded pull pin, which lets you fold up the treadmill, lock it in place, and store it in a closet or garage. The Easy-Up treadmill–measures 46.5 by 50 by 21.1 inches (W x H x D). It also carries a 90-day warranty on parts and a one-year warranty on the frame.
Heavy duty weighted flywheel offers a smooth, quiet operation
Spring loaded pull pin securely locks the unit in the upright (storage) position and makes it easy to release for operation
Single button electronics displays speed, distance, time, calories and scan (two AA batteries included)
Water bottle included
Walking surface: 41″ x 13″
Dimensions: 46.5″ x 21.1″ x 50″ (open); 21.7″ x 21.1″ x 50.2″ (folded)
About Phoenix Health & Fitness
Established in 1998 as a wholesale distributor of fitness equipment, Phoenix Health & Fitness offers a complete line of high-quality exercise equipment to the in-home and light commercial markets. Working with a state-of-the-art computer system, the company can offer “just in time” delivery and other critical services while living up to its standards of reliability, consistency, honesty, and urgency. Phoenix Health & Fitness develops many of its new concepts and products in conjunction with its sister company, Reflex Design, and enjoys a reputation for delivering quality products in a timely manner.
Walking is still considered one of the most beneficial cardiovascular exercises for people of all ages, body types, and fitness levels. As a fundamental form of aerobic training, walking has numerous physical benefits for the heart, lungs, and circulatory system, while also increasing muscle tone and burning fat calories. Treadmills provide a convenient way to regularly exercise in all weather conditions in the comfort and safety of your own home.
From beginners just starting an exercise regimen to advanced athletes looking to maintain their fitness level, anyone interested in getting and staying in shape can benefit greatly from regular use of a treadmill. Treadmills allow you to determine the pace, distance, and complexity of the workout based on your needs, all while watching television, talking on the telephone, or reading a magazine. Much easier on sensitive joints like the knees and hips, treadmill walking and running surfaces are typically long, padded platforms that allow ample room for a long stride and comfortable, low-impact walk or jog without the harsh contact of a concrete surface.
While many different types, styles, and price ranges of treadmills exist, many of them offer unique features like a fold-up design for easy storage, an electronic display monitor showing speed, distance, workout time, incline level, and burned calories, and EKG grip pulses to monitor the heart rate while exercising. Regardless of the simple to complex features you may choose, treadmills offer an array of aerobic exercise opportunities that will provide long-lasting beneficial cardiovascular results without a commute to the gym or a jog in the rain.