How Does a Manual Treadmill Work?

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A manual treadmill is an exercising machine for running or walking while staying in one place. It is made up of a belt that circulates over rollers. It works when the exerciser starts walking or running on the machine creating a force that pushes the belt making the machine functional as the belt rotates.
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A manual treadmill is pushed by the force of the exerciser, so there are still cardio benefits to using the machine. It is ideal for people who want to walk indoors but not for those who run or jog on the machine.
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The compilation which is supplied with the machine.
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