Assault AirRunner Curve Treadmill
|Prezzo:||EUR 6.990,00 Spedizione GRATUITA.|
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Vi presentiamo in anteprima il nuovo Assault Air Runner! Un nuovo standard di allenamento per tutti gli atleti di crossift!
Se hai bisogno di aumentare le tue prestazioni, questo treadmill manuale è la chiave per passare da zero al super atleta!.
Infatti, questa incredibile macchina vi permetterà di galleggiare in aria durante l'esecuzione, aumentando il consumo di calorie del 30% rispetto all'altra versione classica dei tapis roulant motorizzati
Inoltre, mentre tu ti stai allenando, è l'impatto ambientale è Zero! - non consuma energia elettrica!; È solo grazie alla tua energia che rende il più leggero treadmill
E 'ben noto dall'AirBike che la squadra di Assault è molto consapevole dell'importanza dell'allenamento e il nuovo AirRunner non fa eccezione. HIIT fa parte del suo DNA. Inoltre, non esiste alcun limite di velocità. Allora, qual è la massima velocità?
Costruito per durare per anni, la sua struttura è costituita da un telaio e da un corrimano in acciaio, da un materiale anticorrosione e da 150.000 miglia in superficie.
Non è necessaria alcuna regolazione della tensione della cinghia o della sostituzione della piattaforma per questo incredibile giocattolo.
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The Long Version
Growing up, my friend had one of those manual NordicTrack treadmills. I remember going to his house and trying to run as fast as I could. There was this strange delay where I had to push against the handles to get the belt moving....and trying to stop? Oh man. Well, needless to say, manual treadmills have come a long way in the last 2-3 decades. And this just might be the zenith.
Given my past experience, I was really curious what to expect with this. It's full of intrigue and mystery, isn't it? Shaped like a kidney bean, no deck below it (how is that even possible?!), and no power, I couldn't wait for this thing to get here. And when it did...well, hopefully you've been crossfitting.
UNBOXING / SETUP
To be candid -- this treadmill is built like a tank and that becomes obvious the second it shows up on your doorstep. The treadmill itself is almost 300 lbs and, to package all that heft, it ships with wooden packaging because obviously. Even with all that craziness, the box looked like it passed through a war zone on its way to me. However, this treadmill has no time or tolerance for shipping abuse or plywood boxes and was absolutely unscathed. Not even a scratch.
Once unboxed, setup was simple and stragithforward. Since it's manual, there aren't too many things going on beyond the 'big pieces' if you will. You bolt the frame to the body / belt (which is already assembled) and off you go. And off you go indeed!
First, I had this mental image of a rubber treadmill belt being suspended with equal parts pullies and magic, powered by optimism and confusion. I'm a big guy, (6'2", 225 lbs) so I had my doubts to say the least. However....there are no words.
Insofar as the deck goes, it's less of a treadmill belt and more like a tank tread. Intended or not, the name "Assault Fitness" makes that analogy so much more fitting. Even as a bigger person, the width is perfect and there's absolutely no flex on the "tracks", even at a full-tilt sprint. They were not joking when they said it was commercial-grade. While I am lucky enough to have this in my garage, I wouldn't hesitate to put this against any piece of commercial equipment on the market today. It's ready to take whatever you can throw at it. Simply as a piece of equipment, it's impressive and amazing but let's be honest -- that's clearly not the reason you bought it. People buying $5,000 treadmills are dedicated; they aren't looking for something to throw their clothes on in three months. So how does it perform? Oh. My. God.
It didn't take but 30 seconds to realize how big of an advantage this thing has over every other treadmill I've ever used. It was like a switch and the light bulb went off; it's for sprinting, running, and interval training but -- most of all -- for pushing yourself. The kidney shapes plays two important functions as well. First, it's for speed control. The mechanics within this are silky-smooth (almost too smooth) so how and where you run on the machine become an important element to not literally outrunning yourself. Second, this lets you full-tilt sprint and interval train. In true 'crossfit' fashion, it's a machine that lets you genuinely go all-out and sprint as fast as you can. The shape allows for long strides and the beautiful mechanics take up speed obscenely fast. When you want to sprint and go all-out, it's on you. And it only continues to get better from there.
The computer became a training tool, not a readout, which was another incredible surprise. When we think of fitness equipment -- especially treadmills -- I think of the boring data we set such as distance, incline, and speed. However, when doing interval training, you now have important data. Suddenly, you're paying attention to the differences in speed between intervals and how fatigue increases your "as fast as you can". It helps you push yourself to, at the minimum, not go slower. It's phenomenal. Finally, the 'feel' of it is far more natural.
While this treadmill doesn't have a ton of give, there's just something about it that makes it feel 'right'. Resistance is almost non-existent and, on the flip side, there's no relying on the machine to carry you along. It will go as fast as you want. Whether that's good or bad is on you. It mimics running outside, making it an incredible training tool for endurance training, and just having this thing in my arsenal over the winter makes me excited knowing there'll be nothing to adjust to come spring runs.
In all, yes it's expensive. However, it's built like a tank, silky smoother, and like nothing I've ever experienced. If you are serious about your training -- and I have to assume you are or you wouldn't be looking at $5000 treadmills -- it's worth it. If you own a commercial gym or box, it's worth it. I am confident that it will stand up to anything you can throw at it (and then some). It will make your training better, performance better, and let you take your hardcore training intervals inside without needing a full-on track. It's amazing.