LifeSpan Treadmill Reviews
For more than a decade, LifeSpan have been involved in the design and development of treadmills and other fitness equipment. Their products are made by a company called PCE Health and Fitness who operate from Park City in Utah.
In addition to treadmills LifeSpan also manufacture other types of fitness equipment including: elliptical trainers, exercise bikes, rowing machines, stretching machine, vibration trainer, and treadmill desks.
They also make a range of health monitors which are suitable for use in a health club or gym.
These are the models that we have reviewed:
LifeSpan “Folding” Treadmills
- LifeSpan TR1200i … USB port
- LifeSpan TR3000e … power folding / USB port
- LifeSpan TR4000i … USB port
LifeSpan “Non-Folding” Treadmills
- LifeSpan TR5000i … USB port / intelli-key
Originally the LifeSpan brand targeted the middle aged, domestic user. Over the years their range has evolved to encompass many ages and types of user from fitness amateur to professional to be used in both home and gym environments
An innovative concept that LifeSpan have introduced is coupling their treadmills with membership to their own Fitness Club which is available for free to anyone who purchases one of their treadmills.
The LifeSpan Fitness Club is an online health and fitness resource that allows the user to upload their workout data to a unique online account on the LifeSpan web site. This data can be used to generate reports that may be useful to the user or an interested health professional.
The LifeSpan line-up of treadmills range from compact folding treadmills suitable for occasional domestic use to light commercial models. The range also includes a dedicated treadmill desk.
LifeSpan are universally acknowledged for their solid product quality coupled with some innovative design features.
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