Proform 570 Crosswalk Treadmill Review
Super charge your workout results by burning up to 50 percent more calories when you train on the Proform 570 Crosswalk. This treadmill is one of the very few treadmills out there that has upper body arms which the three built in interactive crosswalk workouts make use of. If these specially designed calorie and blubber busting crosswalk workouts aren’t what you had in mind, then you probably would prefer the 12 personal trainer workouts. This treadmill by Proform truly takes working out to a whole new dimension. Did we mention that this treadmill is quite quiet? The 20” x 55” treadbelt was designed to operate with smoothness and quietness in mind. The 2.8 HP is the driver (aka motor) behind this belt and you’ll definitely appreciate how well these two work together. If you’ve ever looked up how to go about burning the most fat, then you would know that one of the most popular ways is to work in your optimal heart rate zone. Luckily, the dual grip EKG heart rate monitor comes installed free when you buy the 570 Crosswalk treadmill. Don’t ever train again by not taking your heart rate into consideration. To make your time on the treadmill a little bit more easy, the prosoft plus cushioning helps reduce impact and thus injury by an amazing 22% compared to running on pavement. Fans are standard as are quickselect keys. When your workout is too intense, let the Workout Intensity Control take care of things as it’ll automatically adjust based on your performance levels. So don’t trip over yourself when you decide to buy this treadmill for your home. This is one investment that’s well worth it. Good points For or so, this treadmill is a great beginner’s choice treadmill Upper cross training arms makes your workouts a lot more effective at burning calories The main extra features missing from this treadmill that are found in higher end models include a wireless heart rate monitor and iFit technology which you can live without considering how much more you’re saving The 570 crosswalk is pretty much the same as 780 crosswalk but at a much lower price Bad points Definitely one of the less durable treadmills from Proform but this is to be accepted given the price Warranty is short but standard for treadmills in this price range Comments If you’re short on cash but can’t live without a treadmill, the Proform 570 crosswalk is an excellent choice. Though it won’t take a serious runner, the Proform 570 should be strong enough to handle the average user. At the sale price of, it’s probably as good as it gets.