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Nordic Track Treadmill Review
NordicTrack treadmills are some of the most popular treadmills on the market today.  


Their main strength is that they are strong, well-constructed treadmills with some of the best entertainment and fitness tools you'll find anywhere on the market.


And they're affordable - so you don't have to pay a fortune to get a treadmill with the toys you usually only find on $4000 health club machines.


For example you can find Nordic Track treadmills with:




Strengths:


#1) High Value For the Money

Because Nordictrack is owned by ICON - one of the largest fitness equipment makers in the world, they have the resources to make a better treadmill for less.


So you get a lot of high construction value with these machines. You get extra-strong motor powers, longer belts (giving you more room to move) and strong, sturdy decks that can stand up to heavy running.
Nordic Track T5.7     -     3 / 5 Stars
$599


NordicTrack T 7.0        -   3.5 / 5 Stars
$799


Nordic Track C900      -     4 / 5 Stars
$999


NT Commercial 1500   -    4 / 5 Stars
$1299
 

NT Commercial 1750   -    5 / 5 Stars
$1499


NT Commercial 2150   -    5 / 5 Stars
$1799


NT Elite 9500 Pro        -    5 / 5 Stars
$1999

Please Note: Some of these prices are limited time sales - prices may change at any time.

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#2)  Luxury Workout Toys

No one beats Nordic Track when it comes to the latest fitness toys that can make your workouts more enjoyable. 


There are models with iPod docks, built-in speakers, iFit workout cards where Jillian Michaels from 'The Biggest Loser' coaches you through your workout, adjustable cushioning, Odometer Miles Trackers and more.


Some of the latest models (Commercial 1750, Commercial 2150, X9 Incline Trainer) even carry a built-in web browser so you can surf the net or read emails while you walk.


These fitness tools can turn a standard, boring treadmill into your own personal fitness studio.




#3) Incline and Decline

One of the coolest new additions Nordictrack has made this year is the addition of decline to some of their treadmills (Commercial 1750, Commercial 1500 and X9 Incline Trainer )


You get a 3 - 6% decline with the touch of a button which is something you don't find with other treadmill brands. It can help you crosstrain and work different muscles as you exercise.
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#4) iFit Live

With iFit LIVE that you'll find on some of the newer models (Commercial 1750, 1500 and C900 treadmills) you can connect to the Internet and use Googlemaps that simulate trails all over the world (you'll see the various landmarks in the console windows as you run).


So as the trail dips, your treadmill will decline (provided it has decline). As the trail inclines, your treadmill will incline. You can map out your own trails that you want to run or run world-famous trails all over the world.


You can also download new workouts to your treadmill - where Jillian Michaels from 'The Biggest Loser' coaches you through your workouts. iFit Live will even track your workout stats online so you can set and reach your weight loss and fitness goals faster.



#5) Super High Incline Trainers

Nordic Track also offers treadmills with super high inclines - called incline trainers (X5, X7 and X9 incline trainers). They work like a treadmill but give you up to 40% incline (and even decline).


High inclines can help you burn up to 5X the calories vs walking on a flat plane. So if you're looking to burn calories and lose weight super-fast, you may want to consider these treadmills.




#6) Lifetime Motor Warranties

Most Nordic Track treadmills come with a lifetime motor warranty. Since the motor can be an expensive part of the treadmill to fix, this is an excellent insurance feature to have.

It also gives you an idea of the quality of motors that they're now putting in their treadmills.



Weaknesses:

While the lifetime motor warranty is much better than the old 2 year motor warranties, some of the starter units offer shorter parts warranties (1 year on parts and labor, although you can buy extra warranty coverage at checkout).


Also, the starter models (under $800) are not the best choices for runners or heavy usage. You'll probably want one of the higher end models for a higher quality machine with tougher construction.




Conclusion: Highly Recommended

Nordic Track offers you some things you don't find on other treadmills - like iFit Live, decline features, extra high incline (incline trainers), web browsers, iPod docks and fitness tracking tools.


Plus the basics on these treadmills have greatly improved over older models with stronger motors, longer belts, longer warranties and better stability.


Keep in mind that if you plan on running or working out quite frequently on your treadmill, you'll want a higher end model with a strong motor, high user weight capacity and solid cushioning system.


Best Values: Commercial 1750, C 900 Treadmill, X7 Incline Trainer




Where To Buy At A Discount:

You can buy Nordictrack treadmills direct from the Manufacturer. You can also see videos on how they work and read user reviews.


Plus, as of this writing, you can also get Free Shipping on their treadmills which can save you about $150.



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