The new advanced LED console combines the latest technology in commercial treadmills with a user- friendly , simplistic design. A large dot matrix display features Track, Speed and Incline profiles intermittently for efficient feedback on the progress of the workout. Whether you’re walking or running, each console button is over sized for easy speed and incline adjustability. A large stop button with an emergency stop safety key adds safety to any workout.
Designated Speed and Incline Windows
Console dims: 20”W x15”H
1/4 mile track- displayed around the dot matrix window. A flashing dot will indicate progress with a lap counter in the center of the track.
Heart Rate Feature- pulse window (heart rate) displays heart rate through the stainless steel sensors on each side of the treadmill. This feature may be used while in the Heart Rate Control mode with an optional Polar compatable chest strap transmitter.
Heart Rate Bar Graph- displays graphical representation of your heart rate as a percentage of your maximum heart rate.
Message Window Display-guides the user through the programming process and displays workout data.
telemetric heart rate-optional strap required
ENDURO FLEX CUSIONING DECK: An innovative design new to the fitness market provides users with a comfortable and quiet workout while reducing impact up to 40%. This 1” reversible , Double sided Phenolic Deck is wax lubricated thus eliminating stress on the motor.
PRECISION WELDED FRAME: Precise and accurate welding is critical in designing treadmills, Body Solid/Endurance Treadmills begin with a strong frame capable of handling users of all levels, large and small. Each frame has an epoxy powder coat paint applied to it’s all steel welded construction
ENDURANCE MOTORS: Endurance by Body Solid T100 motor is the heaviest and most powerful motor of its class. Our 3hp continuous duty motor has a large diameter with all steel zinc coated balanced flywheels for a vibration-free running surface. Our new ENDURO Motor Filtration cools and cleans the motor for longer life.
ROLLERS: The T100 3” rollers possess a sealed bearing design and copper ground wires to reduce static. This large roller creates a larger contact surface with the belt to reduce motor exertion while creating a fluid, quiet motion.
BELT: The Endurance T100 has a durable multi ply belt carefully chosen to provide comfort and substantially reduce impact energy from each foot strike.
The T100 features 14 preset programs includinh MANUAL, HILL, FAT BURN, CARDIO, CALORIE, INTERVAL, STRENGTH, 5k Run, 10k Run, 2 CUSTOM, 2HRC and a Gerkin Protocol Fitness Test. Supporting the Heart Rate Programming are dedicated hand pulse sensord and available HRC chest strap. The T100 lets you know where you stand with multiple read-out screens and more than enough information to keep you going.
The preset program speed and incline levels are shown in the chart below. The Speed numbers shown in the chart indicate a percentage of the top speed of the program. For instance, the first Speed setting for P1 (Program 1, HILL) shows the number 20. This means that this segment of the program will have a speed that is 20% of the top speed for the program (The user sets the top speed in the procedure above). If the user sets the top speed to 10 mph, then the first segment will be 2 mph. You will notice that segment 12 shows 100 which means, the speed will be set to 100% of 10 mph or simply 10 mph.
5K & 10K RUN PROGRAMS
This program automatically sets a 5K or 10K (5 or 10 kilometer) distance as your goal. The track display will show one loop that is the equivalent of 5 or 10 kilometers and the Distance window will also show 5K or 10K to start. When the program begins the Distance will count down; once it reaches zero the program ends. *Please note that the Speed readout is in MPH if the console is not set to Metric readings.
The fitness test is based on the Gerkin protocol, also known as the fireman’s protocol, and is a submax Vo2 (volume of oxygen) test. The test will increase speed and elevation alternately until you reach 85% of your Target heart rate (THR). THR=(220-AGE)x0.85 The time it takes for you to reach THR determines the test score as shown in the chart below.
TARGET HEART RATE PROGRAMS:
To obtain the greatest cardiovascular benefits from your exercise workout, it is important to work within your target heart rate zone. The American Heart Association (AHA) defines this target as 60% -75% percent of the Maximum Heart Rate.
The Maximum Heart Rate may be roughly calculated by subtracting the user’s age from 220.
The Maximum Heart Rate and aerobic capacity naturally decreases as the user ages. This may vary from one person to another, but use this number to find your approximate effective target zone. For example, the Maximum Heart Rate for an average 40 year-old is 180 bpm. The target heart rate zone is 60%-75% of 180 or 108-135 bpm. See the Fitness Safety
Product Dimensions: W 35.50in x L 84.00in x H 60.25in