Exercise! - Does anyone use an iFit compatible treadmill?

Suzanne 3FC
02-14-2004, 12:12 PM
My treadmill is barely puttering along these days, and I'll have to get a new one soon. I've been looking at new ones, and am fascinated by the iFit technology. It looks like so much fun! Does anyone use this?

02-14-2004, 10:40 PM
I have one of the first iFIT treadmills that came out. I loved it at first because we had the treadmill here in the computer room. Also they did have a free workout each day, but not sure if they do that anymore. Since we moved the treadmill out of here, I have not gotten on to the site. The workouts were awesome, though, and it kept track of your progress. I am sure it has gotten even better over time, I think we have had outs for 3 years?!?

Suzanne 3FC
02-16-2004, 08:43 AM
Thanks for the info :) I checked the site and they have a subscription program, which is 10 to 15 bucks per month, depending on the length of contract. I would probably be more interested in the videos, which I could use in the living room.

Suzanne 3FC
02-24-2004, 12:34 AM
Well this was disappointing. I emailed iFit to find out why I could only locate 2 videos for sale, and also asked how many online videos they offered. After all, iFit is a big selling point for many treadmills. They do offer a lot of CDs, if you like that, but if you are after something more visual, then this may not be the solution they claim.

Thank you for contacting iFIT. Currently all we have are the two Video
workouts, no DVD's as of right now. There are several workouts online,
but understand they are just clips of video they are not a constant
streamline of video, and they are not the full view of the screen
either. Just keep that in mind, a lot of people have a different image
in their minds about what the "online" video is. Hope this helps you