Cadence is a brand of treadmill that is manufactured by the Weslo company. As of 2014, Weslo manufactures two models of the Cadence treadmill: Weslo Cadence 60 CT and Weslo Cadence G 5.9.
Weslo Cadence treadmills feature comfort cell cushioning for a more comfortable stride, according to the manufacturer. The Cadence treadmill offers a total body workout using features such as incline and cross-training workouts. The Cadence 60 CT model includes hand weights. The Cadence G 5.9 has a heart rate monitor and additional personal training workouts. Both models have 2.25-horsepower motors, 250-pound weight capacities and speed controls ranging from 0 to 10 mph.Learn More
A treadmill safety key is a safety device that must be connected to a treadmill in order for the treadmill to operate. The safety key acts as a circuit breaker to prevent injury.Full Answer >
According to the Houston Chronicle, treadmills primarily work the lower body muscles which include the calf muscles, the hamstrings and quadriceps in the thighs, the gluteal muscles and the hip flexors. Certain treadmill models are designed with special handles that can help to strengthen the arms, shoulders and chest.Full Answer >
Treadmills need only simple cleaning and care to perform their best. It is important to check the treadmill regularly, especially the condition of the belt, to ensure personal safely while using it.Full Answer >
To use a treadmill for the C25K workout, you need to block off a schedule that allows for a nine-week workout plan with multiple workouts throughout each week to achieve a continuous 5-kilometer run without stopping. The treadmill used should be easily adjustable for speed, as you run and walk during these workouts.Full Answer >