Goodguy doll wrote:
Before you purchase, consider a membership enrollment at a gym where you have many options to run on more than one treadmill. $1000 won't even be enough to buy a treadmill that you'll want to run on or show to your friends. You'll end up with a paper weight in your house.
Goodguy doll wrote: I seen it many times where there were good intentions to make an resolution to exercise but usually end up collecting dust in the basement or somewhere it is store.
These are totally different issues. I agree on the first point. A $1000 treadmill is pretty much junk. My fiance has one that was about $1200, and very well reviewed, but after I put about 200 miles on it, rarely faster than 9mph, it sounds like it's about to fall apart.
But that has nothing to do with "an resolution to exercise" or "good intentions." On this message board, at least, we're not typically dealing with the kind of people who are making failed new year's resolutions to start working out.