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Best home treadmills, according to reviews

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Ask anyone who made a New Year’s resolution to work out more: the hardest part of getting moving can be just getting out of the house. Even longtime runners can fall into a slump sometimes. Enter: the new and improved high-quality home treadmill. 

While the idea of a home treadmill may conjure up images of the bulky, noisy monstrosities that often ended up doubling as a drying rack for clothes in the 1980s and '90s, modern home treadmills, like home ellipticals and smart scales, are sleek, smart, and so interactive that you’ll actually want to use them. Today, actually having a good treadmill in your own home can be a reality that doesn’t require you to break the bank. Whether you’re looking to do try some new interval workouts or simply reach the highest level of calorie burn, this new class of fitness equipment has it all: clear sound systems, tablet holders, compatibility with fitness apps, advanced heart rate monitoring, and more. Read more...

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