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A team of experts to help you choose!

Dear assembly line runners! 

Sport has been my biggest hobby since I can remember. From many years of gymnastics and vaulting to surfing on Fuerte, I find a lot more really exciting than jogging, I have to confess. When my running shoes look at me from the corner again on Sunday mornings, I like to run around or two through the park.

But if it pours out of buckets, I leave it. Then I am not sad and do not run to the treadmill to the gym out of complete despair, no! In the forest I especially love the pleasant silence, and if it doesn’t smell of wild boar somewhere, you can breathe in the clear, fresh air. The exercise bar with a horizontal bar on my running route motivates me to do a few pull-ups, while I can also train my coordination on the uneven forest paths.

Of course, this doesn’t work on the treadmill! The rolling of the feet on the belt is different, somehow unnatural, I think. Here I catch sight of sweaty shirts, and I have to think constantly of videos in which people tumble backward off the treadmill in an inharmonious way. If I have struck again while eating, then I will gladly accept to torture myself a little more in the forest. Because stimuli such as cold or wind cost us additional energy when we run. So for me, it’s worth it twice!

In Treadmillcache.com,  we are athletes and we work for athletes. If you are a lover of sports and healthy living and you are looking for first brands at a competitive price, this is without a doubt your sanctuary. We go cycling – unrestricted tour of above all things – and running, but also triathlon, swimming, fitness, and outdoor sports.

Running training on the treadmill? A “never in life!” Has now become a “never say never!”. For a long-distance runner who is not afraid of the nastiest weather, this is real knowledge. Because for years my favorite saying, as soon as it got really uncomfortable outside, was the classic: there is no bad weather, only wrong clothes.

And in winter you need a lot of it. When running training is on my training schedule five times a week, I either run out of suitable clothing or have to wash almost every day. The treadmill is a welcome alternative. Monotonous. Bad for the knees. Doesn’t feel like running.

These are the most common objections. Slow and long endurance runs can be monotonous in the “on the spot race”. But: For a crisp, fast interval training, I prefer to stand on the treadmill instead of exposing myself to an increased risk of falling on wet leaves in the dark.

With the precisely set speed, I even train more optimally. For me, the treadmill has proven itself after a short period of familiarization. Should it get boring: just turn on the TV. No more excuses to skip training. Because if you love running, you run everywhere, whether on the road, on the running track, in the forest – or on the treadmill. By the way, my knees are doing great!

Hi  , I AM Donald,

Managing Editor & CEO 

Donald is a New York native who enjoys storytelling, weightlifting, and game design. He graduated from Syracuse University with a bachelor’s degree in fine arts.

 

Treadmillcache covers a variety of strength-related issues, including training, nutrition, sports, news, analysis, reviews, and opinion. We’re your go-to source for the stuff you need to know, whether you’re a seasoned lifter, new to the gym, or a die-hard strength sports fan!
Our in-house editors have decades of combined strength training content knowledge. The majority of the reviews on our site are based on the author’s first-hand experience and testing. We also have dozens of top contributing authors, coaches, and athletes from all over the world generating content. Treadmillcache Expert Network is comprised of medical specialists, trainers, and researchers that assist in the verification of our content’s accuracy as well as the selection of training and review topics. Expert Verified content is identified at the top of each corresponding article. We also strive to keep our content current, and at the top of each post, we list the date of the most recent editorial update.
Treadmillcache is also the Official Media Partner of USA Weightlifting, the sport’s national governing body.

Hi  , I AM Samanta,

Co-founder & PR manager ,

Hometown: Greenwich, CT
Favorite Exercise: Farmer’s Carry

Samanta is a former Muscle & Fitness associate editor who has written for Men’s Journal, Men’s Health, Gear Patrol, and Spartan Race. Outside of work, he alternates beer curls with dumbbell curls and enjoys BJJ training and running. He’s also realized that he’ll never be able to wear slim jeans.

Treadmillcache covers a variety of strength-related issues, including training, nutrition, sports, news, analysis, reviews, and opinion. We’re your go-to source for the stuff you need to know, whether you’re a seasoned lifter, new to the gym, or a die-hard strength sports fan!
Our in-house editors have decades of combined strength training content knowledge. The majority of the reviews on our site are based on the author’s first-hand experience and testing. We also have dozens of top contributing authors, coaches, and athletes from all over the world generating content. Treadmillcache Expert Network is comprised of medical specialists, trainers, and researchers that assist in the verification of our content’s accuracy as well as the selection of training and review topics. Expert Verified content is identified at the top of each corresponding article. We also strive to keep our content current, and at the top of each post, we list the date of the most recent editorial update.
Treadmillcache is also the Official Media Partner of USA Weightlifting, the sport’s national governing body.

Hi  , I AM McKurry ,

McKurry is a former Muscle & Fitness associate editor who has written for Men’s Journal, Men’s Health, Gear Patrol, and Spartan Race. Outside of work, he alternates beer curls with dumbbell curls and enjoys BJJ training and running. He’s also realized that he’ll never be able to wear slim jeans.

Fitness Trainers and Instructors and Lead Copywriter Writer 

Hometown: Fishkill, NY
Favorite Exercise: Rows of all kinds

McKurry currently works at Treadmillcache as a staff writer and designer. He enjoys riding his bike through the streets of Brooklyn and training for marathons, of which he has completed two (Asheville, NC and New Orleans). He also keeps fit by participating in soccer leagues throughout the city and refueling with beer with his Central Park softball team. Gabe spends his free time in the kitchen experimenting with new foods and reading from his ever-growing book list on his couch.

Treadmillcache covers a variety of strength-related issues, including training, nutrition, sports, news, analysis, reviews, and opinion. We’re your go-to source for the stuff you need to know, whether you’re a seasoned lifter, new to the gym, or a die-hard strength sports fan!
Our in-house editors have decades of combined strength training content knowledge. The majority of the reviews on our site are based on the author’s first-hand experience and testing. We also have dozens of top contributing authors, coaches, and athletes from all over the world generating content. Treadmillcache Expert Network is comprised of medical specialists, trainers, and researchers that assist in the verification of our content’s accuracy as well as the selection of training and review topics. Expert Verified content is identified at the top of each corresponding article. We also strive to keep our content current, and at the top of each post, we list the date of the most recent editorial update.
Treadmillcache is also the Official Media Partner of USA Weightlifting, the sport’s national governing body.

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