This treadmill not only delivers superior performance, but it’s also saving me hundreds of dollars.
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Ever since the pandemic began a couple of years ago, my fitness routine gradually declined from inconsistent to straight-up nonexistent. After putting on the quarantine 30 (OK, maybe 20), I decided that not only had my lack of movement rendered my entire wardrobe unwearable, but, more importantly, my energy level, focus, and circulation were suffering too. It recently dawned on me that investing in a full-sized treadmill (along with Melissa Wood Health’s virtual pilates flows) would be more than enough to get my movement goals back on track. Up until I received Horizon Fitness’ 7.0 AT Studio Series Treadmill, I was still spending over $50 a month on a gym membership fee—a total waste of money considering that I only managed to go in about once a month.
Thanks to this next-level treadmill, I can now get the same quality treadmill time I’d get at the gym from the comfort of my own home without the commute, subscription fee, or gym anxiety. In fact, my Horizon Fitness treadmill is far more advanced than any of the treadmills I’d use at my gym so I canceled my membership altogether—and I don’t miss it at all whatsoever. Plus, thanks to Horizon Fitness’ financing plans, you can score one for your own home gym (or office, living room, etc. since it conveniently folds up when not in use to save space) as little as $28 a month. That’s way cheaper than any gym membership fee I’ve ever seen!
Before I get into everything I love about the Horizon 7.0 AT Studio Series Treadmill, let's talk about simply getting it—the delivery and assembly. This treadmill is pretty heavy (around 300 pounds). I got it delivered to my door, which was a major help, but my husband did have to use his dolly to get it up our stairs and into our new house. It comes more or less already put together, which is super helpful. It took him about two and a half hours to get set up. With two people helping (I’m the least handy person of all time), you could probably fully put it together in under two hours or so.
Horizon Fitness 7.0 AT Studio Series Treadmill
Down From $1200
This sturdy, luxury treadmill performs all of the gym treadmills I’ve ever used.
My Favorite Horizon 7.0 AT Specs:
This is not a flimsy treadmill designed for leisure walking or just getting in steps—it is sturdy, heavy, and feels like it belongs in a new luxury fitness studio. As I said, the treadmills at my old gym didn’t even come close to the performance and durability of the Horizon 7.0 AT Treadmill. The belt feels secure and, unlike the treadmill at my former gym, I never feel worried about slipping and falling if I miss a step. The track material is dense and the strong motor purrs along with a solid low hum, not the frantic slipping noise of the usual cheap ‘at home’ treadmill models.
The Horizon 7.0 is a luxury, high-end at-home treadmill that will satisfy even the most particular running fanatic or impress and deliver above and beyond for the casual user. Regardless of your experience or needs, the Horizon 7.0 is a top-of-the-line, gym-replacement treadmill that will not disappoint and may even motivate you to get moving—it did the trick for me!
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