Sole F80 Treadmill Review

The Sole F80 Treadmill offers many features for both experienced and amateur fitness enthusiasts. You may still be undecided as to whether of not you want to buy the Sole F80 treadmill, so continue reading to get an idea of what the Sole F80 can do for you.

The Sole F80 Treadmill has many features that make it very useful to the average person. For example, the F80 contains a 3.0 horsepower motor, which is a pretty powerful motor for a treadmill. This means that the Sole F80 will be able to handle whatever you throw at it. It is able to handle speeds up to 12 mph, not to mention inclines of 15 percent. If you are looking for a tough workout that will get your body in shape, not to mention help you drop pounds like nothing else, then the Sole F80 treadmill will give you the kind of workout that you need.

Though the F80 is tough on your muscles, it is not tough on your joints. While it does not have the joint-saving ability of an elliptical, like the Schwinn 430 elliptical, it will still protect your joints. It reduces the impact on your joints by 40% when compared to running on asphalt. This means that you will be able to run farther and faster without having to deal with the stress on your knees that comes with going outside and running on the asphalt or sidewalk.

There are also six different programs that come with the treadmill, so you can have a lot of variety when it comes to your workout, and you can custom-fit the treadmill to your needs. Regardless of which program you use in your workout, you will stay cool, thanks to the cooling fans that come built into the treadmill. Although the treadmill is somewhat heavy at 350 pounds, it comes with wheels that allow the possibility of a much easier time moving it around.

If you are interested in purchasing the Sole F80 Treadmill, I have included a link at the top of the page where you can read more reviews, as well as buy the treadmill.

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