Our aim of writing this guide is to touch on the important parts to look out for when buying a treadmill, and we will keep it short and sweet!
Make sure to always find out the CHP (continuous) as some may use peak HP to make the motor seems bigger than it actually is. In general, higher HP will allow the motor to run with less strain and thus able to use for a longer period of time with less heat generated.
With speed being constant, a higher incline level will burn more calories and have less impact on the joints.
The optimal area we advise is at least 50 x 140cm. This is so that the user do not have to worry so much about running out of track and can focus on the exercise. For example, when the user is tired, he/she will tend to sway left and right.