Why It Is Better To Run On The Treadmill Than Outside

Running in the great outdoors has many advantages. It is the most natural form of movement, where you automatically train on very different terrain.

 When you run up a mountain, you use different muscle groups than when you run it down again.

 You can run anywhere, anytime. Not to mention the fresh air and great views.

Even so, it is sometimes better to prefer the gym to the forest and exercise on a treadmill rather than outdoors. 

Outdoor training can sometimes be problematic and for many of us, running on natural terrain is generally not suitable.

 Fortunately, there are treadmills! We have summarized the advantages of treadmill training for you.


Product Name

Speed (Max.)

Weight Capacity



12 MPH

386 lbs

84″ x 35.5″ x 58″

12 MPH

350 LBS

72.5"x 35.25" x 57.75" 

12 MPH

400 Lbs

84.5" x 38.5" x 54.7" 

12 MPH

309 lbs

78.8" x 39.2" x 63"

16 MPH

420 LB

83" x 35" x 62" 


Training in any weather

Anyone who runs outside is exposed to all weather fluctuations. If it suddenly starts to have thunderstorms, you may have to stop your long run. 

If it freezes, you risk falling and injuring yourself. In addition, the weather changes constantly, how should you dress there?

Everyone knows the unpleasant feeling of being dressed too warm or too cold and therefore unable to enjoy their training.

 In the gym we do not need weatherproof clothing, sun protection, or gloves and with only one position we can move much better. 

In addition, bad weather is no longer an excuse not to exercise!

Joints are protected

Because of the changing terrain, running outdoors is more like full-body training, but you often run on asphalt outdoors, especially if you live in the city. 

The hard floor can damage the joints and cause knee pain. For those with shin problems, running outside can be really painful.

 In this case, treadmills are the perfect alternative: they are damped and therefore put less strain on the joints than hard asphalt.

Accurate data

Perfect for all determined ones of you. The treadmill enables you to register your performance very precisely. 

With just a few presses of the button, power, intensity, distance, and pace can be controlled and your pulse rate and estimated calorie consumption can be measured. 

So you have a precise overview of your progress and can adapt and optimize your workouts accordingly. 

You can do everything outside, but you would have to buy expensive equipment and readjust everything before each run.

Full control

Running the same lap every day can get pretty boring.

 An innovative treadmill offers a wide range of different workouts and you can switch between them as often as you like. 

You can switch between gradients or change the pace. 

This way you avoid overexerting yourself and can work on your endurance. 

The treadmill allows you not only to track your load and performance but also to change it.

It’s easier for you to find a running buddy

Especially in winter it is difficult to find someone who is ready to brave cold and darkness with you and to go outside together.

 If you move your running training indoors, friends are more likely to join. Training together motivates and you achieve your goals more easily.

Distraction technology

Are you getting bored after just a few kilometers? 

Nothing beats natural landscapes, but newer treadmills are equipped with built-in entertainment systems. 

You can listen to your favorite music or watch series. 

You get distracted, time goes by faster and it’s just more fun.

Here you can find out how you can improve your running technique.

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