It is an electric fat burner treadmill. It has a tummy trimmer. It works with a body massaging machine which vibrates through the belt to the entire part of the body. It can be folded after use in order to occupy less space.
2HP Motorized Treadmill
1.) 2.0hp Continuous
- speed range 1-18KM/H
- Incline: 0-15% automatic
- Running surface 45cm*130cm
- Computer 5" Blue LCD display
- 25 - Programs
- IPAD Holder
- New designed handlebar with Pulse and speed control buttons
Treadmills are very useful in the diagnosis of heart disease, coronary artery blockages, and other cardiac issues. The body may not show symptoms of heart disease or blockage until it is put under stress, and using a treadmill is an effective way to put the body under stress while having the ability to closely monitor the patient’s vital
signs. Treadmill tests are often performed on patients that are not currently experiencing symptoms of heart problems, but they have risk factors such as high
The insertion of a catheter into a specific chamber, vessel, or artery of the heart to determine blockage or the severity of heart disease.
Nuclear Stress Test — Uses a tiny dose of a radioactive solution to evaluate heart function and blood flow to the heart.
Regular aerobic exercise, such as a treadmill workout regimen, improves blood circulation in the body and helps to lower blood pressure by strengthening the heart.
Aerobic exercise also helps to protect against blood vessel disease and heart disease by lowering low density lipoprotein (bad cholesterol) and raising levels of high
density lipoprotein (good cholesterol). Anyone with heart issues should talk to their doctor before starting any exercise program to ensure that they don’t put too much
stress on their body or perform actions that interfere with their medications.
Benefits to Diabetics
Treadmills are a great way to encourage people to exercise regularly, and regular exercise is a very important factor in controlling insulin levels in type 2 diabetics.
According to a study published in the Indian Journal of Clinical Biochemistry regular exercise decreases blood sugar levels in diabetic patients. The combination of diet and exercise is the best way to control diabetes symptoms in patients that are not insulin dependent. Each patient should consult their doctor before starting their exercise routine because exercise that is too intense can actually raise blood sugar levels.
Exercising for less than 20 minutes at a time usually causes the liver to release stored glucose for fuel, but a session of at least 20 minutes is more beneficial becauseit causes the muscles to take in glucose for fuel and lowers overall blood glucose levels. Using a treadmill for regular exercise often allows patients to lower
their blood glucose levels enough that their medication levels can be adjusted down or eliminated. Working out regularly also helps to regulate the hormones that induce sleep and allows the patient to sleep better. Regular sleep cycles are another factor that helps keep blood sugar levels in the body stable.