Discover the Features of the 95T Treadmill from Life Fitness
This entry was posted on June 9, 2015.
Exercise treadmills are one of the oldest fitness machines and they are still one of the most popular. Even though the idea may be an old one, the innovative design of the 95T Treadmill from Life Fitness is entirely modern. The simple concept of these sorts of exercise machines means that there is very little variation possible, but the 95T maximizes these by offering variable incline and a robust construction that can take the pounding of a 14 kph/8.7 mph run.
Where the Life Fitness 95T treadmill really excels is in the number of integrated features that make using it an immersive exercise experience. The features include full iPod and USB connectivity, a virtual trainer, a series of trademark Workout Landscape Perspectives that takes you through a range of different virtual landscapes on the touch screen console. The optional 17 inch LCD TV connects to over 1000 channels and allows you to connect to the internet. The programming is intuitive and has a range of personalized settings for your individual workout needs. The touch screen controls use swipe technology and the most used controls are located on the handlebars to keep them right at your fingertips where you need them.
It is driven by a powerful 4 hp AC electric motor and has a DX3, lubricant-infused belt, and uses an advanced belt tracking system to provide the maximum in shock absorption and the maximum durability and comfort. The heart rate monitor sensors are located in the hand grips to make management of your workouts as easy as possible while the Polar telemetry integrated into the design provides runners with accurate heart rate monitoring that is hands free. The design is ergonomic and user-friendly, right down to the two removable cup holders and convenient accessory tray for your iPod or smart phone.
The 95T treadmill comes with 41 different exercise regimes that range from very simple to high intensity, to suit every level of workout that you want to do. The programs included varying length runs, routines that target heart rate or are goal-oriented, and even a military style workout, as well as numerous fitness tests that allow you to easily track your progress.