Exercise at Your Liberty
Owning a personal treadmill frees you up from worrying about driving the gym to work out or from signing up for fitness classes which might prove a waste of money. Making a commitment to work out and actually following through are two different creatures entirely. In fact, most people assume that signing up for a class or gym membership will be enough of an incentive to make it to the gym on a regular basis; however, it doesn’t guarantee you’ll actually show up. With a personal treadmill in your home, you show up and exercise whenever you feel the urge.
Exercise in Comfort
Many people report feeling uncomfortable working out in a gym or in other public places, particularly when they feel low self-esteem from obesity or other factors. Owning a personal treadmill allows you to work out in the comfort of your home, away from prying eyes, in your rattiest workout clothes. Being comfortable in your environment will help you stay on track and get the exercise you need. Those jeans you haven’t worn since college? They might be a closer goal than you think.
Here are just three of the advantages of owning a treadmill, but there are so many more. In fact, if you own a treadmill at home your entire family can use it. If you plan on allowing your teens or children to use your treadmill, just make sure that you set and enforce the rules so that they are using the treadmill safely.
Did you know that adding a small amount of weight while your walking on the treadmill could easily increase the number of calories burned? I personally have found that if I track my food and exercise, it not only held me accountable but I actually saw results.
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