During these hard times we are happy to be open and helping you fulfill your fitness and health needs. We offer a selection of treadmills, ellipticals. benches, olympic bars, dumbbells, and more! We ask all customers who are visiting our warehouse to bring a mask. We are providing gloves and sanitizers as well as curb-side pickup.

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Paradigm Platinum T1 Treadmill

$ 1,499.00 $ 950.00
Paradigm T1 Platinum Treadmill is a well built treadmill designed to last. It has 2.5hp DC motor which has the power to run up to 18 km/h. It's running deck is 19" wide and 52" long providing plenty of space for running while being compact enough to be put in the bedroom. While running, you don't have to worry about hanging on to the dual-grip heart monitor and just use the included chest-strap heart rate monitor instead. This treadmill will definitely help you get in shape!

  • Performance: Control function are user friendly. Choose and switch between 16 built-in programs
  • Folds up with patented four wheel design - No tilt / Easy glide transport
  • 7" LCD Workout Display with a blue Backlight
  • 2 Ply running belt; pulse hand grip and chest strap compatible for heart rate monitoring; polar chest strap included
  • Features a built-in cooling fan and sound system (MP3 Compatible) with USB Charger and USB Program Recorder
  • Heart Rate Monitoring: Place your hands on the built-in pulse grips or use the chest strap for your convenience
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