We test the Karrimor Pace Treadmill

Looking for a safe, convenient, and efficient winter cardio workout without breaking the bank? We review the Karrimor Pace Treadmill

We test the Karrimor Pace Treadmill

As the nights draw in and the winter chill approaches, running around the park at night has lost its sparkle. After a long day at Running Bug HQ it can be hard to fit in a workout, so we were delighted to give the Karrimor Pace Treadmill a try. A lower impact workout that the comes with a 2 point suspension system that generates extra cushioning, it was a welcome reprieve from pounding the city streets.

 

Compact and easy to assemble, the running deck comes equipped with 10 levels of motorised incline, so you can mirror the hills in the comfort of your front room. Knowing the benefits of hill running, it was a bonus to mimic the inclines without having to seek out a mountain in central London.

It was reassuringly easy to control the pace thanks to 25 built in programs that keep track of speed, distance, calories and pulse rate. The built in stereo speakers on either side and audio jack also made it easy to connect to our stereo and get the music pumping - so we were able to enjoy a great workout to the banging beats of the The Running Bug 4 album!

Once the great workout was complete, the compact treadmill was easy to store away as the deck lifts to an almost upright position.

If you're looking for an easy at-home workout, the Karrimor Pace Treadmill is ideal for speed work, interval training and fartlek all in the comfort of your living room.

For more great fitness products that don't break the bank, visit Karrimor

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