Friday, October 18, 2013

Top 3 Intelligent Features of the LifeSpan TR4000i

The LifeSpan TR4000i Could Be Your Intelligent Home FitnessCenterpiece!


Rated the #1 treadmill by Health Magazine and featured in Men's Journal, the folding Home Series is a solid, durable and stable treadmill that supports serious runners. The spacious running surface is 20" by 60" (50cm by 150cm) and can accommodate extra-long strides. The coarse textured, 2.8mm thick orthopedic belt and eight compression shocks provide support, cushioning and excellent traction for more serious runners. The result? A more comfortable running surface that puts less stress on your joints. The TR4000i boasts a multitude of 'Intelli'-features like:


Intelli-Key

Patent-pending Intelli-Key smart lighting system quickly and easily gets your workout started. Each console button flashes in blue in the proper sequence during the set-up process so you can get moving, faster.

Intelli-Guard

The built-in Intelli-Guard automatically stops the belt if you step off during your workout for added safety and is a major development in protecting treadmill users and those around them. With the Intelli-Guard, you no longer have to worry about leaving your treadmill running if you have to step off to take a call. When your foot no longer continuously strikes the belt surface for 20 seconds, your treadmill will automatically pause.

Intelli-Step

Intelli-Step counts and records the number of steps you take and displays them on the console. More accurate than a pedometer, Intelli-Step automatically detects the impact of your foot striking the treadmill belt. Increasing step count is one of the foundations of the American Heart Association's recommendation for improving heart and overall health.

And if that's not enough after your workout, simply upload your workout data to the LifeSpan Fitness Club, a comprehensive online health management program that is included FREE with your purchase. Learn more at
http://www.schellers.com/product/lifespan-fitness-tr4000i-folding-treadmill-9036.htm



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