These 7 Treadmills Are Still in Stock, So You Can Turn Your Basement Into a Gym
If your Fitbit is displaying some scarily low numbers, it probably means you need to schedule daily walks or runs during quarantine, in order to meet the coveted 10,000 step threshold. The only problem? With stay at home orders in effect for most of the country, it’s not always easy, or safe, to head outdoors for a jog—especially if you live in a densely populated area. Here, we rounded up seven popular treadmills that are still in stock and available to ship this very minute, so you can stay inside and still get all those steps in.
1. Trueform Runner
Unlike traditional motorized treadmills, the Trueform Runner allows users to manually move the belt at their own speed, whether they’re walking, jogging, running or sprinting. Thanks to its subtly curved design, this machine actually improves run form by reducing impact, asymmetry and risk of injury, while increasing efficiency and reducing the risk of injury.
2. Nordictrack Treadmill
If you need a little motivation while you count miles, this treadmill comes complete with a 22-inch display that plays interactive studio workouts from elite personal trainers. Run anywhere in the world with iFit workouts that allow you to feel and experience the terrain of destinations like Machu Picchu or Thailand. It even includes cross-training programs, so you can incorporate yoga, HIIT or strength training to your at-home fitness regimen.
3. LifeSpan TR3000i Folding Treadmill
Featuring a fold-up design, this treadmill is ideal for those looking to maximize their space. Its 38 included workout programs (including customizable ones) are ideal for someone who likes to switch up their routine daily. Meanwhile, the touchscreen display makes it easy to adjust speed and incline without having to reach, and offers three different views: graph, gauge and track. The Bluetooth speakers allow you to sync your phone for nonstop entertainment and you can charge your phone while you run, thanks to the convenient USB port.
4. Proform Carbon TL Treadmill
While this treadmill from Proform doesn’t come with a giant screen, it still has some impressive high-tech features. In addition to monitoring mileage, speed, calorie burn, heart rate and speed, it connects to your phone via Bluetooth to deliver streaming access to personal trainers that guide you through global studio workouts. They can even control your machine’s speed directly through your phone, to help push your workouts to the next level. Whoa.
5. Horizon T303 Treadmill
One of the best ways to get your steps in: Set this baby up in front of the TV and catch up on Real Housewives while you stroll. This treadmill features an extra-roomy deck so you can walk or run freely and take up all the space you need, and an incline range up to 12 percent to put your legs to the ultimate test. It also comes with Bluetooth Smart technology that can connect to multiple devices at a time and plays sound through integrated three-watt speakers—in case you want to give the TV a break.
6. ProForm Cadence LT 2.5 Treadmill
If you’re not looking to drop four-figures on a machine, this budget treadmill fits the bill. Coming in at just $600, it features everything you need for an at-home workout, including a fold-up design that allows for optimal storage when not in use. And it doesn’t skimp on technology, either. It features ProShox cushioning that makes for softer landings and happier joints, built-in audio speakers and it’s even equipped with iFit capabilities, so you can work out with top trainers around the globe.
7. Schwinn 810 Treadmill
Another inexpensive option, this Schwinn model fits all the requisite bells and whistles into a compact, foldable design. The blue-lit LCD display is easy on the eyes and allows you to choose from 16 different workout programs, while its compatibility with the Explore the World App allows you to run the globe (you can view the landscapes on your iPad or phone). The program automatically adjusts to your speed, so it really feels like you’re jogging along coastlines or through the mountains, without leaving your basement.