Thursday, February 12, 2009

True Treadmill

I'm not sure what True treadmill was up in the condo at Keystone, but it was a low-end, older, residential treadmill. It had heart grips, but two 1" pipes vertically holding up the front and only a 4 or 6" extension from the display for handrails, essentially on hand rails at all.

This one wasn't great, it felt slow, and the interface was very cumbersome. I had to pull the safety pin out to reset the mileage and get it to start from scratch. It also registered much slower than my Nike+ sensor, which I'd calibrated at home, so I used that for measuring distance.

Overall this felt like a weak treadmill and I wished the weather would have been better for running outside.

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