Pro Fitness Folding Manual Treadmill Reviews
Product Type: Pro Fitness Fitness
Description:Manufacturer: Pro Fitness / Sports Genre: Fitness / Sporting Equipment Type: Exercise Equipment
Newest Review: ... moving belt the power is provided by you as you walk or run the belt moves over the rollers. Likewise the speed adjusts by ... more
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Customer Pro Fitness Folding Manual Treadmill Reviews (7)
by - written on 04/12/11 (Very useful, 189 readings)
I've always taken part in outdoor sports such as snowboarding,climbing,cycling,running and surfing but have never enjoyed going to gyms or any other indoor exercise. The idea of paying a fortune to go cycling or running on a fixed machine and getting nowhere always seemed pretty pointless to me when I could go outside to pretty much do it for free and actually get somewhere at the same time. After an ankle injury last winter which resulted in a fracture and severely damaged ankle ligaments I needed to find a way of exercising at home to try and get back to fitness. As I was in a lot of pain and my ankle was still unstable I wasn't too confident ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/11/11 (Very useful, 95 readings)
I am quite slim but after having a child, I have far too many wobbly bits for my liking and am always moaning to my partner about wanting to get fit. As my partner works nights and I work days though it is virtually impossible for me to join a gym as there is no one available to look after my little boy if I go after work so I have a few home exercise aids to assist me on my get fit quest. One item my partner brought me was a treadmill. I wanted a proper motorised one but as they are pretty expensive we settled for a manual treadmill instead and it also looked smaller than the motorised treadmills so I was hoping this would be a space saver. We ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/07/11 (Very useful, 81 readings)
The profitness manual treadmill is a fixed incline, manual powered, foldable treadmill from Argos. The product cost me £80 but was difficult to use and had a variety of problems. Appearance The appearance of the treadmill was in my opinion ok, is in silver and black in colour. It has a mixture of plastic, steel, foam and rubber construction, with the walking belt area a PVC plastic type material. The product has a height of 122cm, a length of 111cm and a width of 61cm. I am a man of slightly above average height and I found the length and width in particular too short for my stride pattern. An error prone computer is mounted onto the top of the treadmill ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/07/10, updated on 10/07/12 (Very useful, 412 readings)
As, up until recent months, my daughter's asthma had made life difficult for her in many respects, she became worried about her general fitness. She is a competent swimmer, but found that swimming in indoor pools was worsening her condition. I know asthma is supposed to be helped by swimming but in her case she is highly sensitive to chemicals, and the chlorine was ascerbating her condition. As she wants to pursue a career in theatre, she knows that she'll need to be fit, and so should build up her stamina. She became insistant that she would like a treadmill for her Christmas present (the one before last). I was a little dubious concerning this, as this type of thing . Read the complete review
by - written on 22/08/11 (Very useful, 65 readings)
I had always wanted to own a treadmill but the expensive state of the art models were well out of my price range so I knew that I'd only be able to buy a Manual treadmill instead. I had heard many people saying that manual treadmills were rubbish and a waste of time, but I figured they would be better than nothing. I bought the Pro Fitness Folding Manual Treadmill from Argos and it cost me £79.99 which is about as much as I could stretch to at the time. My reason for buying a treadmill was because I felt like I'd put on weight and I also noticed my fitness levels were really bad for my young age, I couldn't even run up the staircase without getting out of ... Read the complete review
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