Pool Treadmill

The underwater treadmills are made to look and feel like on-land treadmills, and they have similar cardiovascular benefits. Since running in water takes more effort than running on land, users can get a better workout by running at a slower pace on an aquatic treadmill.

Underwater treadmills use the buoyancy of water to build a highly efficient and reliable form of exercise, conditioning, and injury rehabilitation. Combining a treadmill with water is an extremely versatile method for enhancing range of motion, from sports medicine practitioners working with elite athletes to physical therapists working with elderly patients.

 

How Do Underwater Treadmills Work?

Underwater treadmills are available in two different designs.

A freestanding tub with a motorized belt and other features including adjustable water height and jets for added resistance is one style. These tubs’ water may also be heated. Warm water encourages flexibility, which helps with muscle recovery and fatigue reduction. This style is similar to the old animal containers.

The other kind of underwater treadmill is one that resembles an on-land treadmill in appearance. This treadmill can be used in either a recovery tub or a regular pool.

There are two variations of these as well. Some models have a motorized belt with adjustable speed settings, while others are self-propelled.

The other kind of underwater treadmill is one that resembles an on-land treadmill in appearance. This treadmill can be used in either a recovery tub or a regular pool.

There are two variations of these as well. Some models have a motorized belt with adjustable speed settings, while others are self-propelled.

BENEFITS

  • range of motion and mobility

Underwater treadmill therapy may help older adults with joint and muscle pain. Despite the fact that people with chronic conditions like osteoarthritis often avoid activities like walking and exercise, these activities can actually help to alleviate some of the pain.

  • Intensify conditioning or boost weight loss

Longer workout durations are paired with the increased resistance of the water in underwater treadmill physical therapy. While most people are aware that exercise can help lower blood pressure, a recent TAMU study discovered that aquatic treadmill training is more effective than land-based exercise in lowering blood pressure (BP). The study tracked 60 adults and compared on-ground and underwater treadmill workouts, finding that underwater workouts resulted in greater diastolic BP, exercise systolic BP, and resting diastolic BP reductions.

  • Minimize weight on arthritic joints or during post-op recovery

Improve your cardiovascular health and performance. Longer workout durations are paired with the increased resistance of the water in underwater treadmill physical therapy. This leads to increased cardiovascular endurance, which improves a patient’s physical stamina on the ground.

  • Accelerate return to function after injury

Physical therapists will combine this training with jet therapy on patients’ stiff muscles using the attachable massage hose. As a result, patients’ mobility and pain levels have improved, leading to a greater understanding of the underwater treadmill’s benefits.

 

FEATURES

This underwater treadmill is suitable for both daily use in swimming pools and extensive commercial use at various levels of aqua fitness.

  • A Unique Piece of Equipment:

Stainless-steel parts for cleaner, longer-lasting performance, and a professionally welded polished stainless steel frame for reliability and protection.

  • OWER IMPACT WORKOUT:

Less muscle soreness (ideal for rehabilitation runs).Bounciness, which improves balance and decreases impact stress on joints, bones, and muscles, is a major advantage of water exercise in a pool. For people with arthritis and other joint disorders, muscular dystrophy, muscle atrophy, and lower-extremity injuries, it’s a safe and beneficial choice. From recovery to competitive cross-training, versatility is key.

  • SAFE, EFFICIENT & FUN:

All-direction resistance for a more comprehensive workout. Training in the water generates 12 times more resistance than training on ground. In water, the time it takes to achieve the same profit as on land is significantly reduced.

  • BURN MORE CALORIES:

A water treadmill will help you burn up to 50% more calories. 4 hours on an aquatic treadmill per week can help you lose 44 pounds in a year. Make the most of your Endless Pool’s potential!

  • Easy to Clean:

Since the belt is quickly lifted, cleaning can be done by one person. The treadmill’s innovative architecture makes it easy to use. It can only accommodate one human. Because of the device’s light weight and new folding mechanism, this underwater treadmill can be folded and stored in a small room.

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