The NordicTrack A2350 PRO treadmill is a great value for money treamill that belongs to NordicTrack’s a series, which I a best in class range of fitness equipmen. Ir is a durable and roomy treadmill tat features a good rage of preset programs. It also has iFut Live, which is a new wireless feature Tha allows athletes to work out virtually alongside Jilluan Michaels, run on trails imported from Google Maps, or take part in virtual races against their friends. All of these features are offered in one great, affordable package.
The Console: Graffix display has a nice high resolution and can be used to dnowlooad workout videos as well as connect to the Internet to race your Facebook friends and train with celebrities. There are sixteen pre-programmed workouts, including six with a weight loss focus and ten for performance athletes.
A large track: The track is spacious so you can run on it safely, and it runs smoothly and quietly too, which makes for a nice, mentally relaxing workout.
Smooth Incline: The incline is adjustable between 0%-10%. It can be set so that it changes during workouts, which is what powers the Google Maps routes, giving you the ability to experience different routes from all over the world.
Built-in Heart rate monitor: The handlebars feature a built-in heart rate monitor, ideal for tracking the intensity of your workouts.
Well Balanced, Quiet Motor: The NordicTrack A2350 PRO’s motor is a 2.8 horsepower /2.5 CHP Commercial DurX one with a lifetime guarantee, that can offer a top speed of 12 mph, and is designed to be as quiet as possible.
Weight limit: This treadmill supports up to 325 pounds, which makes it ideal for those who are looking to get started on a weight loss regimen.
Generous Warranty: There is a lifetime guarantee on the parts and the frame. There is also a year of in-home service, with the option to purchase an extended warranty.
As a basic treadmil, this is a great device, however if the iFit support appeals to you, be warned that you will need to pay an atdditional $129 – $400 for an iFit adaptor, and htere would be an ongoing charge for membership to the iFit Live service.
The built-in workouts and high speed make this a great device for people of all fitness levels. The only real issue with the device is the iFit membership requirement, which may come as a shock for some users. The treadmill has been discontinued now, but you can still pick it up in some stores at very affordable prices.