Treadmills

Treadmills are one of the best investments you can make in your cardio fitness. We offer our Best Price Guarantee (conditions apply) and have various payment options including an interest free option. We also offer Australia wide shipping and usually dispatch the next day – for more information on our delivery see our delivery information.


Lifegear Frontier Treadmill 97870

Lifegear Frontier Treadmill 97870

On Sale $499

33% OFF RRP $749.00
Lifegear Frontier PRO Auto Treadmill 97875
29% OFF RRP $849.00
Strength Master TM6030 Treadmill

Strength Master TM6030 Treadmill

On Sale $999

38% OFF RRP $1,599.00
Strength Master TM6050 Treadmill

Strength Master TM6050 Treadmill

On Sale $1,195

40% OFF RRP $1,999.00
Strength Master TR4000i Treadmill

Strength Master TR4000i Treadmill

On Sale $1,599

47% OFF RRP $2,999.00
Bodyworx Seattle L1 Treadmill

Bodyworx Seattle L1 Treadmill

$1,699

15% OFF RRP $2,000.00
Strength Master TR5500i Treadmill

Strength Master TR5500i Treadmill

On Sale $1,799

51% OFF RRP $3,699.00
Xebex Runner  Treadmill CT-01

Xebex Runner Treadmill CT-01

$6,995

Trueform Enduro Runner Treadmill

Trueform Enduro Runner Treadmill

$12,995

13% OFF RRP $14,999.00

Running on a treadmill

A treadmill is a great investment into your fitness. You can control the incline and train regardless of the weather. Here are some great ways to get the most out of your treadmill.

Put in the effort

You’ll get what you put it, so make sure you’re disciplined about it. Watching TV, reading a magazine while you run, if you can, is a great way of keeping your mind off the pain, but make sure you don’t get distracted and drop the pace or effort. At the same time, make sure you have a good running schedule and stick to it. Give yourself a day between sessions to recover, and make stretch before you start.

Run naturally

Running on a treadmill, it’s easy to lose your technique or use the guides to steady yourself. Try to run naturally, keeping your weight balanced forward without taking strides that are too long or short. Keep a steady pace and stride length, then gradually adjust as required.  Don’t look down, or lean too far forward.

Use the metrics only as a guide

Most treadmills these days provide a whole range of stats: distance run, calories burned, etc.  Try to make sure you consider these only as a guide. The number of calories burned is very rough, and doesn’t take into account your body size, percentage of body fat or resting heart rate.

Change it up

When you’re reached a plateau, try to change it up. Adjust the incline for a steeper run or change your speed. Consider doing interval training, which is a great way to burn fat and develop strength and endurance.

Don’t forget to warm down

When you’ve finished a session, don’t forget to warm down slowly. Keep walking, moving and stretching. Consider staying on the treadmill for 5 to 10 mins after, jogging or walking at a much slower pace as you catch your breath, before walking around and stretching. This does wonders for your recovery. For more information on warms up and warm downs, check out this article.