On Amazon, the Weslo CardioStride 4.0 Manual Treadmill costs Check Price - $$ making it one of the cheapest treadmills on the website ever. In this article, I will explore how this economic model of the Weslo holds out for its relatively cheap price.
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The CardioStride 4.0 is made of solid steel construction and is pretty light, weighing at 53.2 pounds. It comes in sleek black color in default mode.
The treadmill has dimensions that measure up to 48.2 x 23.2 x 7 inches. When it is folded up, the height is 48.4″ and the base and top are 23″ x 23″. The treadmill is based on the space-saver design which means that it can fold down easily and slide effortlessly thanks to the wheels attached to the bottom. When it folds flat, you can easily slide it under a bed or dresser and pull it out for later use. The running belt measures at a somewhat spacey 16-inch by 41-inch, giving you enough room to walk, jog, and run without having to worry about your feet getting tangled up.
The CardioStride 4.0 is a self-powered machine meaning that it does not have any motor and as a result does not require any electric outlet to operate it. The running belt will undergo motion with the momentum of your own strides, and so its speed depends entirely on the consumer’s own preferred mode of intensity. It comes preinstalled with a multi-function LCD display that can calculate goals, heart rate, speed, covered distance, time, and the number of calories burned. It also comes with a phone holder where you can place your mobile device and watch movies or listen to music while you work out.
The Weslo CardioStride 4.0 Manual Treadmill also has two incline positions that can be manually adjusted. The angle of inclination can go up to a maximum of 19 degrees give or take. Though there are some who complain that the slop becomes too high and workouts can tend to become difficult and short-termed. But still, the two incline positions can increase the intensity of the workout and ensure that you burn more calories in the process of your workout, reduce joint impact, and go one step closer to achieving your ideal body.
While it is no secret that the Weslo CardioStride 4.0 Manual Treadmill is a machine that has its flaws, it should be noted that you are practically getting the features that you have paid for. In fact, for its economical price the machine works pretty well and can help you perform your workouts at home. There are situations with the build where the running belt can prove to jerk too much while you’re moving but that can be resolved by tightening the belt as guided in the user manual. You may also have to shift your torso weight a little in order to balance yourself while running on the treadmill but it will take a bit of getting used to for you to finally figure out the what’s and what-not’s of the treadmill. All in all, the Weslo CardioStride 4.0 Manual Treadmill is a machine for which you can break a sweat without having to break the bank.
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