Gold’s Gym Maxx CrossWalk 650 Treadmill Review




Burn fat, stay fit, and treat yourself to a total-body workout with the Gold’s Gym Maxx Crosswalk 650. This treadmill combines the power of CrossWalk upper-body training and motivation of audio coaching. It has 6 Audio CrossWalk Workouts each automatically adjusting the speed and incline of your treadmill. It has 5k & 10k training workouts to keep your upper body toned.
The Club-Design BodyPulse Heart Rate Monitor also allows you to keep track of your heart rate through the sensors that are built into the handlebars. With this design, you have the freedom to exercise, at the same time monitor your heart rate so you stay in track at the right training zone.

This treadmill also comes with premium-quality speakers and an iPod Compatible port, so you can just plug in your media player and exercise to the beat of your favorite songs. Also, with this treadmill’s AirStride Adjustable Cushioning, the impact on your joints is reduced, so it is safer to exercise. It has a 20″ x 55″ treadbelt. This treadmill also has a capacity of up to 275 lbs. Other features include 0% to 10% QuickSelect Incline, 0-10 MPH QuickSelect Speed, ClearView Backlit LCD Display, and a G Force two 2.8 HP Drive Motor.


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Good points

  • Attractive price but unfortunately, it’s always out of stock
  • Consumer reports gave it some positive reviews
  • Built in audio capabilities

Bad points

  • Questionable construction quality

Comments

  • If you’re looking for a budget home treadmill, this is probably one of the most affordable ones on the market today. Though it’s no knockout by any measure, this treadmill does come equipped with the standard array of features that make it enjoyable to workout on. But at $649, don’t expect it to out last you and depending on the time of year, don’t be surprised if there are actually better deals by Proform and Nordictrack for the same price.