Posted Jun 27, 2014 by Gym Source in FIT Fact and tagged fitness innovation, FreeMotion, treadmill.

The FreeMotion 1500 GSX Treadmill: Easy to move. Easy to love.

When it comes to treadmill design, keeping things simple is a challenge. So many treadmills today are stuffed with such extravagant features that a workout seems beside the point. That’s why I love the new FreeMotion 1500 GSX treadmill: It perfectly combines fitness results with fantastic design.

Simply put, the 1500 GSX is a treadmill designed to fit your life. From a training perspective, it’s built with premium technology for users of all levels. Take the motor: The 1500 GSX’s powerful 4.25 CHP ENDURADRIVE™ system is constructed for the long haul, giving you more torque and faster acceleration for endurance and interval training. Plus, with 1-Step™ incline, decline and speed controls, easy workout customization is at your fingertips.

Workouts are more comfortable, too. The unique surface system of the 1500 GSX—with its joint-buffering, full-length cushioning—enables longer treadmill workouts. (As do the 38 built-in workout apps, touchscreen monitor, and iFit®-enabled technology typically found on a more expensive model.)

From a lifestyle perspective, the 1500 GSX treadmill takes convenience to the next level. Using its patented Spacesaver® design and Easylift™ assist technology, the treadmill actually folds vertically for storage. It also includes a powerful shock to help lift the deck itself with an easy push.

For me personally, however, the 1500 GSX stands out for my two favorite features. First is its whisper-quiet, 2-ply treadbelt. Operation is so smooth, making it one of the quietest treadmills on the market today. Second, I love that a Polar® wireless chest strap is included, too, for easy and effective wireless heart rate training.

There’s so much that the FreeMotion GSX 1500 gets right. Of course, nothing beats visiting Gym Source to try it for yourself, and it’s totally worth you time to check this one out. We look forward to seeing you here.

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