AlterG M300 anti-gravity treadmill

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alterg-m300Are you the type who loves running, and must clock your miles regardless of the weather? If you have answered in the affirmative, chances are you would have a treadmill sitting prominently in your living room or basement as you rack up those frequent runner miles whenever it rains or snows heavily outside, trying to outdo your best time. Unfortunately for runners and avid joggers, experiencing injury and stress at your joints could throw your running plan literally off track as you take time to rehabilitate. AlterG has other ideas though with their new anti-gravity treadmill known as the M300, where this model is much cheaper than the original anti-gravity treadmill developed at NASA, boasting a sleek new design which will totally go down well in any home as your guests “ooh” and “aah” over the exercise equipment that is your pride and joy.

Optimized in form, function and price for physical therapy clinics, athletic training and leading fitness facilities, the AlterG M300 is able to bear the weight of pro football players, move in tandem with the speed of Olympic runners, while accommodating the specific requirements of world-class teams and athletes, which means for the ordinary fit Joe, this ought to be not a problem to use at all. In addition, it will remove most impact on the body and the pain and difficulty of recovery that will definitely go a long way in helping people achieve their training and rehab goals. The AlterG M300 will enable people to run and walk at a fraction of their body weight (up to 80% according to tests) thanks to the use of AlterG’s Differential Air Pressure technology that applies a precise and comfortable lifting force to the body for pain-free movement.

Shipping of the AlterG M300 commences this November, where prices start from $24,500 onwards. Hmm, at that price point, we’re guessing most people would opt for a regular treadmill and take an extended holiday off their fitness regime when injured.

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2 reviews or comments

orson Says: September 17, 2010 at 2:34 am

Wow, among the new treadmills I have seen , this one really gets my feet on to it. The price of this treadmill was really expensive but I would not hesitate to try this on the gym. The post says that using this treadmill will lessen the pain of a regular workout, that’s a relief especially persons who have a busy schedule and can not bear the pain of working out. This is a piece of machine that a fitness buff must try. I hope that a gym near us would purchase this new treadmill, I’ll be the first to try it.

Proform Pete Says: December 17, 2010 at 1:15 pm

Wow! That treadmill looks way to futuristic for me! It’s also just a little bit out of my price range. There is no doubt I would love to give it a try! It would look great in my basement!

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