Treadmills for Home

Last Updated on December 28, 2022 by Andrew Pirie

3 Best ELIP Treadmills for Home Workouts

Amidst the pandemic lockdown, working out at the gym has been restricted to local gyms. And fitness studios have been closed down to avoid the physical transmission of the viruses.

But worry not, you can build your home gym. If you have enough space, there’s nothing like upgrading your indoor workout with a treadmill.  Let’s explore some of the treadmills from the Elip brand that you can buy for your home.

ELIP Aurora Multi-Purpose Electric Treadmills

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A treadmill with a Bluetooth connection? Yes, all the functions of the ELIP Aurora Multi-Purpose Electric Treadmill can be controlled completely with your smartphone device. It makes your fitness journey much more convenient in hand. This electric treadmill features an eye-catching, modern, but equally luxurious design. This machine has a 4.0HP engine with a maximum speed of 18km/h. And an automatic slope lifts up to 18% sufficiently to support holistic health care and daily workout routine.

Besides, this ELIP treadmill houses a powerful shock absorber system with two maximum fork springs. It is designed this way to assure the machine operates smoothly without bouncing and ensure your safety for training. At the same time, it also prolongs the durability of the machine.

Automatic oiling technology integrated into this electric treadmill is another golden plus you should check out. It keeps the shaft and carpet of the device running smoothly. The treadmill is oiled near the top of the unit; it does not make any noise or leaking. This mechanism provides a stable oil transfer in the engine and the running mat.

ELIP Bolt Treadmills

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If you are in the market for a treadmill with a relatively affordable price but provides outstanding quality. The ELIP Bolt Treadmill is your perfect choice. This treadmill is made of steel and plastic. And has a sturdy design to meet the needs of a family of 4 members. It features an ultra-wide LED screen, equipped with a powerful engine with 4.0HP.nd a fully automatic slope lifts up to 15% support for running, burning calories, and excess fat at its best.

Moreover, if you are worried about moving this heavy machine around your house, you can rest assured thanks to the wheel structure below the engine. It also comes with an integrated hydraulic Piston which makes it easy to fold the machine when not in use. Super convenient and space-saving!

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The ELIP 1800 Pro versatile treadmill has a modern screen, and it is user-friendly for a family of 2 to 4 people. You should definitely check it out because this machine features a neat design that takes up only a little space; hence it’s perfect to be placed in your home gym. It has a capacity of 3.0HP, a maximum speed of 17km/h as well as a slope of 15% to maximize your exercising experience.

Also, this multifunction treadmill comes with an outstanding suspension system with six rubber pads and four strings. It works to minimize any joint injury during jogging on the mat as it is equipped with powerful shock absorption.

Listening to motivational music and catchy rhythms can put you in a good mood while inspiring you to exercise longer and harder during your workout routine. This treadmill is an excellent choice for you as it features powerful connectivity with two external ports, including a 3.5mm headphone jack and a USB connection port.

How to Pick the Right Treadmills for Your Home Gym

Having a home gym comes with all sorts of benefits that will help you get fit and healthy.

One of the many benefits of having a home gym is that you can train at your leisure, work out in inclement weather conditions, work out in peace and solitude, avoid contracting harmful germs and pathogens from sharing gym equipment, and a whole host of other great benefits.

Today, most home gyms will require cardio equipment, and one of the most common cardio equipment that is out on the market is the humble treadmill.

By selecting the right treadmill in your home gym, you can experience the wonderment of exercising in the comfort of your own home while simultaneously elevating your fitness levels to greater heights.

If you are interested in incorporating a treadmill into your home gym, then be sure to read on to find out more.

Treadmills for Your Home
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1.  Choose the appropriate size and space

Before delving headfirst into your local gym equipment store. Be sure to take all measurements that pertain to the size of your workout area. You will need to measure the floor space so that it will fit you and the treadmill.

You might even want to consider leaving a fair bit of extra space here and there in case you want to add more gym equipment in the future or to allow for more freedom of movement in your workout routine.

If the size is a limited commodity in your living space, then you might want to opt for a folding treadmill instead. There are various makes and models of folding treadmills available on the market for you to choose from at your leisure.


2.  Envisioning your workout routine

Before making your purchase, you might want to imagine how you would perform your exercise routine. For example, if you are mostly using your treadmill to perform a light exercise like brisk walking, then a smaller treadmill with a shorter track size may be ideal for you.

Likewise, if your workout regimen requires you to sprint frequently, then you may want to opt for a larger treadmill with an extended track size to accommodate those high-powered movements.

A good rule of thumb would be the more strenuous the exercise, the longer the track size you will need. So it is important to keep in mind the types of exercise you will be using your treadmill for.


3.  Setting your budget

Having a realistic budget will help you to determine which treadmill would be ideal for your fitness regime. A good ballpark figure to start with is to set up a baseline of how much you would ideally want to spend.

After figuring that out, you may want to allow for additional space in your budget to allow room for any other miscellaneous spending.

In general, the higher priced treadmills will afford you a few luxuries that may enhance the overall home gym experience by providing you with quieter noise operation, superb noise and shock absorption, longer warranty, integrated television, better build quality, a much stable surface, and a whole lot more.

4.  Determine what features you would use

A key component in ascertaining whether the treadmill you are looking for is right for you is determining what features you would envision yourself using the most.

While not all features may be necessary for cardio training. It is good to know other features that may benefit you in your workouts.

With that in mind. Some of the more practical features you will want to keep an eye out for when buying a treadmill. Include the automated incline setting, in-built workout programs, treadmill accessories, health app integration, auto-stop capability, and so on.


Summing up

Whether you are a fitness guru or a novice fitness enthusiast. We hope this guide will point you in the right direction in purchasing your very own treadmill. Just be sure to do all your homework beforehand. And weigh all the considerations carefully before making your purchase on your next shopping journey.






By Andrew Pirie

Andrew was elected Vice President of the Association of Track and Field Statisticians in 2020 after being a member for 7 years. He has worked as a PSC Consultant and Research Assistant from 2013-2015, Consultant, and Sprint Coach at Zamboanga Sports Academy from 2015-2017. And Currently is Consultant Coach with VMUF 2021- Current editor and chief of, and has recently done consultancy work for Ayala Corp evaluating the Track and Field Program. Coaches Sprints, Middle and Jump events he is  Level 3 Athletics Australia Coaching Certification in Sprints and Hurdles. Currently working towards a Masters Degree in Education. He can be contacted on [email protected] You can find more information on Coaching here

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