How long do treadmill last?

First of all, I have short info about myself in 24 years old, female, and I want to start running.

I would like to buy a treadmill because I have decided for many reasons that I don’t want to go to a gym.

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Product Name

Speed (Max.)

Weight Capacity

Dimension

Prize

11 MPH

325 lbs

84″ x 35.5″ x 58″

10 MPH

300 lbs

73"  x 36"  x 54"

12 MPH

386 lbs

84″ x 35.5″ x 58″

12 MPH

350 LBS

72.5"x 35.25" x 57.75" 

12 MPH

300 LB

 35"× 27.6"× 54.7"

I am primarily concerned with optimal fat burning. I have an outstanding figure, and I want to keep it that way in old age, but.

I also want to afford a good meal from time to time–you understand And I don’t mind improving my condition with training on the treadmill.

Now my question to you, which treadmill would you recommend to me? Are there any good quality treadmills in the 1000 euro range? I would like to spend a maximum of 1000 dollars on it.

I’ve already searched the internet and found the following, which I find good. It is the Reebok treadmill T.3.2.

Has anyone had this experience? Is the treadmill stable, so not a rattling box.

What characteristics do I have to pay attention to if I pursue the goals described above?

For information, my mother 56, still in good shape, would also want to use it from time to time, but not as often as I do.

How long does a treadmill in this price range last? Isn’t Reebok a good provider?

I would appreciate your opinions and suggestions.

And one more thing please–I don’t need all these technical frills because of programs. I can also do interval training with a stopwatch and paper and my heart rate monitor. I don’t need an iPod Dock Station and all these other frills.

I just want to run on something stable–I want to run my pace, and if you already spend 1000 dollars, the device should last a few years.

So, apologize. People come here every few days who want to run and who want to buy a treadmill

They ALL get the same answer. Buy good shoes and go out. Hardly anyone has a treadmill here. 

There are hardly any reasons NOT to go out. Most of them feel “uncomfortable” when they are seen by their neighbors (with their figure?).

You make a few thought mistakes. If you want to run long term, a treadmill is a poor investment. After a while, you will go out anyway. 

You can forget that you can run without building muscle. Look at the calves of runners. 

Unless you run so slowly and little, you also do not lose fat and/or build up your stamina—also, the harassment of the neighbors. 

You NEVER get your treadmill so quiet that you can’t hear it. 

If the neighbors are bothered, you cannot run when you want. You’re already restricted again. 

Then there is the inner bastard. Once you are outside, it is a lot harder to break off than at home. 

Also, the treadmills have some “features” compared to normal running. Unrolling properties, damping, etc.

Since you don’t want to hear that, I can only tell you that a treadmill under $1000 is not great. Google simply after “treadmill” and “test.”

I do not know who you imagine visually, but I weigh 56 KG and bi 1.68 tall, so I am not fat, fat, or chubby ^^… I am quite normal, but I have to be careful to keep my weight what I eat. 

I can hardly treat myself to something, so I plan to do sports to treat myself to some food without gaining weight.

The advantage for me for a treadmill is as follows:

Whatever the weather, I can run when I want–that doesn’t work outside

I have little time and no car–so I can’t even go where it is nice and go jogging I’m no woman, and I do not jog in the evening or the morning when it is dark outside

I need something I have no matter what time we have, where I can jump on when I want or need it

That’s why only a treadmill comes into question for me.

Why no bike and no elliptical machine?

Because I do more than just run with my legs, and I want to build minimal muscles or that the legs are getting thicker.

You might exaggerate with a weight of 56 KG, but I have the legs of someone who is genetically determined at 56 KG; maybe it weighs 64 KG…

Of course, it doesn’t matter which sport I do, it will also get on my feet–that’s the way it is, but I want to keep it as low as possible–clear muscles better than fat

Therefore, I am considering a treadmill where I do I can run straight without an incline – I also don’t have that when I’m jogging…

It has nothing to do that I do not want to be observed while jogging, but simply the advantage that I can go on the treadmill whenever I want–that is, if I feel like going on it again at 10 p.m.

 I will do it at home–there I feel like it is dark outside –

In my opening text, I put a link in from a treadmill. You can have a look at it and tell me whether it is junk; it is from Reebok.

I do not know who you imagine visually, but I weigh 56 KG and bi 1.68 tall, so I am not fat, fat, or chubby ^^ … I am quite normal, but I have to be careful to keep my weight what I eat.

 I can hardly treat myself to something, so I plan to do sports to treat myself to some food without gaining weight.

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