Owning a treadmill at home has many advantages: training, keeping the line, losing weight,… The advantages are numerous!
The treadmill allows you to train in an ideal microclimate and sheltered from atmospheric agents, and the feeling of loneliness is erased by the music played by the Hi-Fi device and the radio.
You can also run in front of the TV and watch your favorite programs.
Use and recipients of the treadmill
TreadmillAbove all, we must avoid a sedentary lifestyle, which can cause weight gain, muscle and neck numbness, back pain, a feeling of heavy and swollen legs and which, over time, turns into one of the main factors of risk of overweight, dyslipidemia, cardiovascular disease and heart disease.
Like home training devices (bicycles), elliptical trainers and indoor cycling devices , which can easily be used at home, treadmills play a major role.
The treadmill is the best choice for:
People who train regularly indoors or for various sports disciplines, in competition or not.
People who need to warm up before doing gymnastics.
People who want to regain their resistance after a long period of physical inactivity and who want to start with aerobic activities (e.g. preparation for a specific sport, training for a run, a marathon, brisk walking, cycling, mountain biking).
Overweight or overweight people who need to lose weight because extra pounds and fat are unhealthy for our body, whether for internal organs or bone and muscle structures, as well as for joints and tendons.
People who want to keep their figure effortlessly in just 30 minutes, three times a week, and be in great shape.
TreadmillPeople who want to do exercises to slim, firm and tone parts of the body that are
particularly important from an aesthetic point of view, such as the abdominals, buttocks, thighs and calves, in addition to fighting the imperfections caused by cellulite and promoting the drainage of fluids (women know this!).
People who need to undergo rehabilitation and functional rehabilitation programs in physical therapy following accidents, injuries and surgeries on bones, joints and tendons.
If you are overweight, overweight, elderly, have or have had heart, circulatory or orthopedic problems, it is particularly compulsory to have medical advice. Keep in mind that
although contraindications to using the treadmill are rare, your doctor will be better able to advise you.
What about the children?
Of course, even children can walk or run on the mat, as long as they are over 12 years of age, training is done on medical advice and under adult supervision because it is in the nature of young people to try to do too much!