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"I maybe small, but I'm POWERFUL!" Introducing the First ever from our Treadmill series, the Funkylite Lifestyle inspired Motorised Treadmill. Featuring 6 attractive + 1 limited edition designs to choose from, now everybody will be pleased that the old dull and boring running machines can get as funky as it could be from the comfort of your house! Keep running fun!

Bravo Treadmill

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Specification

Monitors

Programme displays

Bravo Tech Meter

Feedback displays

Yes

Time

Yes

Distance

Yes

Speed

Yes

Energy consumption

Yes

Elevation

Yes

Heart rate

Yes

Programmes total

18

Preset programmes

18

 

 

 

 

 

Technical Details

Technical Details

Motor

2.0 HP

Speed

1km/h - 16km/h

Elevation

1% - 15%

Power supply

Main current

Length / folded

1700 / 1050 mm

Width

600 mm

Height / folded

1290 / 1460 mm

Foldable

Space Saver Technology

Maximum user weight

130kg

EN-957 Class

HB

Operating environment

Home

 

Ergonomics

Ergonomics

Belt size

430 x 1300 mm

Contact heart rate

Yes

Ergonomic components

Speed / elevation quick keys

 

Touch keys

Transport wheels

Yes

 

 

 


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BENEFITS OF USING TREADMILL


• It's easier on your body. Treadmills offer better shock absorption, resulting in less stress on your feet


and knees, as compared to running on asphalt and concrete surfaces.


• You can simulate race courses. If you live in a very flat area and you're training for a hilly marathon,


you can still run hills on the treadmill.


• You can control your pace. The treadmill makes it easy to track your mileage and pace. Running on a treadmill feels somewhat easier physically because the ground is being pulled underneath your feet and there's no wind resistance.


• Many treadmills are padded, making them a good option if you're overweight or are injury-prone


(especially with knee issues) and want to decrease the impact. It doesn't matter what you look like


– you can wear your oldest shorts or trackie bottoms, have scruffy hair and don't need to worry about your wobbly bits!


•Use your treadmill whatever the weather – howling wind, pelting rain or even snow needn't stop you from training.


Walk or run anytime of the day or night – don't be held back by darkness, exercise on your treadmill


whenever you want to.


 


• There are no personal security worries – particularly if you're female, you don't need to worry


about personal safety issues when you're in your own living room.


• Have your workout worked-out – most treadmills have pre-set programs to help you get the most


from your treadmill training.


• See immediately the good you're doing – most treadmills also tell you how many calories you're burning, really useful for those who want to lose weight.


• Encourage yourself to exercise more – when you have a treadmill accessible at home you're more likely to use it. Walking and running are perfect for any age group – so you may get the whole family training on the treadmill too!


• You can even watch the TV – position your treadmill in front of the TV and there's no excuse not to use it! Multiple users can use the same equipment without adjusting the structure Treadmill running is going to improve your sleep. Treadmill running is a great way to reduce your stress levels and treat depression.


Treadmill running can reduce the severity of diabetes symptoms.


• number ONE cardiovascular machine for losing weight and burning calories


• predictable surface


• all aspect of workout can be controlled by user


• safer than running outdoor


• an ideal way of increasing your metabolic rate and the daily amount of energy you consume


• control body fat levels


• multi task


• convenient


• average treadmills exercise can burn 700 calories per hour


 


HEALTH BENEFITS OF RUNNING


• Win the battle of the bulge.


•Maintain and improve general health.


• Get confident.


• Stress relief.


• The famous “Runner's high.” Aside from just the stress relief, jogging has also been proven to improve


attitude.


• Train your mind.


• Improve coordination.


• Slows down aging


• Positive Psychological Effects


• Help to build strong bones, as it is a weight bearing exercise


• Strengthen muscles


• Improve cardiovascular fitness


• Burn plenty of kilojoules


• Help maintain a healthy weight.


• Reduce risk of heart disease


• Reduce risk of back pain


• Reduce depression and anxiety


• Lower risk of developing stroke


• Improve immune system


• Prevent obesity


• Reduce risk of developing diabetes


• Prevents the bone muscle loss


 


TIPS FOR TREADMILL RUNNING


• Don't make it too steep


• Don't hold onto the handrail or consol


• Make sure you warm up


• Don't forget your cool down


• Don't lean forward


• Pay attention to your stride


• Work on improving your stride count


• Use a slight incline


 


TIPS FOR TREADMILL WALKING


• Make walking a daily routine


• Walking is good for your health


• Target 10,000 steps everyday


• Increase the steps & distance according to your capability


Walk for 1 km = 1,200 steps


Walk 7 - 8 km = 10,000 steps


DO YOU KNOW?


WALK & THE CALORIES


TIME (Min) DISTANCE (Km) TOTAL KCAL


10 0.8 44


20 1.6 88


30 2.4 132


40 3.2 176


50 4 219


60 4.8 263


 


EXERCISE TIPS


• How often should you exercise Three to your times a week to improve your cardiovascular and


muscle fitness.


• How hard should you exercise Intensify of exercise is reflected in your heart rate. Exercise must be


sufficiently rigorous to strengthen your heart muscle ad condition your cardiovascular system.


• How long should you exercise Sustained exercise conditions your hears, lungs and muscles. The


longer you are able to sustain exercise within your target heart range, the greater the aerobic


benefits.  For individuals weighing 70kg walking at normal pace.








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