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How to Choose the Best Treadmill

If you'd like to learn about the benefits of treadmills and how to choose the best treadmill for your budget and fitness goals, you've come to the right place. We also explain the types of treadmills available in the UK.

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How to choose the best treadmill: treadmill benefits and buying advice


Improve Fitness, Burn Calories and Lose Weight

Treadmills benefit your cardiovascular system and are a fantastic way to increase your fitness. Running raises your heart rate, which helps strengthen your heart whilst improving your circulation. If you are hoping to lose weight, running is a great way to burn calories: in 30 minutes you could burn 300 calories running a 10-minute mile. You can find out information by visiting our treadmill weight loss guide.

Easier On Your Knees

Treadmills can benefit your joints. The best treadmill decks have shock absorption systems to soak up some of the impacts of the running action. In this way they offer a lower impact alternative to pounding the pavements without having to reduce your training. A good treadmill deck can reduce the impact on your joints by up to 30%.

All Weather

The British weather is sadly never dependable. A light drizzle is quite nice and will help keep you cool while you run, but a full soaking isn’t much fun and it can really reduce the effectiveness of your workout. With a treadmill, you can run whatever the weather.

Safety First

In the winter, some of us don’t feel comfortable running outdoors in the evenings. A home treadmill solves that dilemma. There are far fewer hazards too; no cars or uneven surfaces, for a start.

Keep Motivated

One of the great benefits of having a treadmill is the ability to zone out and motivate yourself by listening to music (without having to wear headphones) – most good treadmills have built-in speakers which you can plug your iPhone or MP3 player into. Alternatively, you can position a TV screen or tablet in front of you to catch up on your favourite programs while you run.

Run Your Favourite Courses

Most good quality treadmills allow you to customise the programs, meaning you can take your favourite outdoor running course and input the distances and inclines. Great if you’re training for a particular event.


It’s always there. No extra motivation needed, no special clothes to think about finding. Just hop on and start running.

Saves Money on The Gym

Buying a good quality treadmill will benefit your long term health, but we know it can be a financial stretch in the short term. PayPal Credit offers the option to spread the cost into affordable monthly payments. Learn more by reading our treadmill finance guide.

Something for Everyone

A treadmill can be used for rehabilitation, a brisk uphill walk, a regular jog, high octane interval training or marathon training. No matter what your fitness goals are a treadmill can help you reach them. Regular runners will want a big deck with plenty of space to run and the ability to design bespoke programs. It is worth keeping these things in mind when buying to ensure you invest in a treadmill that suits your long term fitness goals.

Control Freaks

Running outdoors is great but it’s much harder to control your pace and keep it consistent. With a treadmill, you will know exactly how far you have run and at what speed. This also helps you set goals to improve your performance over time.

3 Steps To Buying The Best Treadmill For Your Home:

Before You Buy a Treadmill

This section should help you with features and issues to consider before purchasing a treadmill. If you’re still unsure about anything, please get in touch with our expert team who will be able to give you advice which should help you make the right decision. Compare treadmill features and benefits to our range of cardio equipment.

Check the maximum user weight

The maximum user weight is a useful guide to indicate the quality of the treadmill frame, belt and motor. A maximum user weight over 160kg indicates a robust treadmill for regular home running. Treadmills used in commercial gyms often have a maximum user weight over 180kg. A quick word of warning; some unscrupulous retailers may increase their maximum user weight so that the machines appear more robust than they are. We recommend you also consider the total weight of the treadmill, reviews and the size of the motor.

Motor Type

The type of motor you get is a significant indicator of your treadmill's quality. Most home treadmills feature a DC Motor (Direct Current), which are usually quieter and easier to control. On the other hand, AC Motors (Alternating Current) are often more powerful and are a lot sturdier. As a result, treadmills that use AC motors are usually commercial grade, found mostly in gyms and leisure centres. Because of their superior power, AC motor treadmills are often more sought after by those of a higher weight. Athletes that plan on endurance training (eg ultra-marathons) will also benefit more from AC treadmills due to longer usage guidelines.

Roller Size

The size of a treadmill's rollers is another factor to consider before you buy the machine. Generally speaking, most roller sizes range from 1.5 inches to 3.5 inches. Treadmills of a lower spec lean more towards the former, the cheaper the treadmill the smaller its rollers tend to be. Smaller rollers also tend to cause more wear and tear on the motor and the track of the treadmill.


The term ‘horsepower’ is a unit of measurement for motor size. A large horsepower (3hp or more) generally indicates a higher quality motor which will last longer than a small motor size. Retailers often list two ways of measuring the horsepower, continuous and peak. For example, 1.75 horsepower, 3 horsepower peak. We suggest you focus your attention on the continuous duty rating, which is the lower of the two numbers.

Some lower quality treadmills refer to their power in watts. There are 750 watts to 1 horsepower unit. If you are hoping to run over 3 times per week, or you weigh over 10 stones, we suggest that you look for a treadmill with a 1.5 horsepower motor or more.


The foundation of the treadmill must be robust. Frames are usually steel or aluminium. Steel frames are tough and tend to feel more ‘springy’ when your foot hits the deck. They also tend to be quieter sounding. Aluminium frames are still strong but they tend to have a less spring-like feel.

Shock absorption

Running on a treadmill with a shock absorption system can reduce the impact on your body by 40%. This will reduce common running injuries and allow you to run for longer. Types of shock absorption systems:

  • Springs - Avoid running decks that provide a spring shock absorption system. Springs compress and then bounce back which returns the force of the stride back into the body.
  • Variable-Durometer Elastomer Cushions - These are cushions that absorb some of the energy from the impact and are found on most commercial and heavy duty treadmills.

Heart-rate monitoring and programs

There are two types of heart rate monitor; hand sensor monitors and wearable monitors. Hand sensors come with most fitness machines and take your pulse through the hand grips, they are good as a guide but rarely very accurate. Wearable monitors such as chest straps and watches are generally much more accurate than hand sensors.

Target heart rate training can be used to assist goals ranging from fat burning and weight loss to maximum aerobic capacity development. A target heart rate zone is selected before working out based on the users individual goal. A strap or watch will then monitor your heart rate, giving you real time feedback so you can maintain the right level of effort to stay in your selected target zone. Many fitness machines link to chest straps or watches and auto adjust resistance levels to help keep you in your target zone so it is worth checking product detail pages if you are interested in this type of training.

Important safety features

  • Safety Key: The safety key has a magnet at one end which is attached to the console, at the other end is a clip to pin on to your T-shirt or shorts. If you trip the safety key will fall off the console and automatically bring the machine to a stop.
  • Hand Rails: Side handrails are essential to ensure that a little stumble on the treadmill doesn’t turn into a great big belly flop. Make sure the handrails don’t get in the way of your arms when you’re running because they might disrupt your balance.
  • Automatic Slow Start: No matter how fast or slow you run, or how experienced you are, a treadmill should never start at the selected speed. All good quality machines will start off slowly and then gradually increase speed until it reaches your desired pace.

Choosing where to put your treadmill

We don't recommend keeping electronic fitness equipment in cold rooms or garages. In the winter months particularly, the temperature can fluctuate widely. This can cause condensation inside the computer and circuit boards. If you do want to keep your machine in a room like this we certainly recommend keeping it under a heavy sheet or rug to help minimise the risk of damage.

It is also worth avoiding rooms which get extremely warm. This is not so much about maintenance, more because it will make it more difficult and uncomfortable when you come to workout.

If you can, we recommend you put your treadmill in a room with a TV or stereo. Getting motivating tunes or your favourite TV series on will help you get in the zone and smash through your training.

Making sure you have enough space

Treadmills can be surprisingly large. So check the assembled dimensions and measure up before buying if you are unsure. For safety, reason make sure there will be no obstructions directly behind the treadmill.

If you're limited on space, our foldable treadmill folds flat and can be stored in a cupboard or under your bed. Alternatively, our walking pad can be kept under a sofa or bed when not in use.

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Try Before You Buy

Whenever possible, we would recommend trying out a treadmill before purchasing. This will allow you to get a proper feel for the machine to see if it is the right one for you. You can try out our full range of treadmills at our Sussex based gym equipment showroom.

Read The Small Print

There are a number of important considerations to look for in the terms and conditions:

  • Money-back guarantees: If you are buying fitness equipment over the internet make sure you have the right to change your mind once you have assembled the machine and tried it out. Most reputable companies have a 28 day money back guarantee as long as you return it in the original packaging and pay for delivery costs (approx £75- £100). Some companies restrict returns periods to 7 days and, worse still, state that the machine must be unopened and unused. We feel if you can’t open and test your machine the returns policy is worthless. All we ask if you aren’t sure that you want to keep your machine is that you keep your packaging and re-box it so we can pick it up. See our ‘no quibbles’ returns policy.
  • Cost for servicing or replacements during your warranty period: Make sure the warranty covers in-home repairs to include parts and labour. Otherwise you might be left with a treadmill that can cost as much as the original machine to service.
  • Retailer or manufacturer warranty: Often warranties are from the original manufacturer rather than the company you bought the machine from. Make sure it is clear who your warranty is with. It is also worth understanding whether your warranty is automatic or needs activating, and, if so how you activate it. If the warranty is with the manufacturer rather than the retailer check they are in the UK and contactable. One of the great things about buying from JTX Fitness is that we are the manufacturer and retailer so you know exactly who to call. You also have the confidence that you are covered as our warranties activate automatically on purchase. Read more on our warranty details.
  • Second-hand warranties: If you are buying a fitness machine second-hand we recommend that you contact the original retailer to ensure the warranty is transferable - most are not!
  • After the warranty period: If the machine has a short warranty period it’s worth enquiring how much it will cost to fix the machine and the cost of parts.
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Will a treadmill increase my electricity bills?

To help you make an informed decision each product listing shows the energy consumption for each JTX treadmill. This useful electricity energy cost calculator can be used to predict any increase in your electricity bills.

Example: JTX Sprint 7 uses on average 1.9kw per hour. This above calculator estimates a cost of 65p per hour. Five hours of use each week would add £3.25 to your bills each week. This has been calculated at the UK: Energy Price Guarantee (October 2022) electricity rate of £0.34 per kWh.

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How Much Do Treadmills Cost?

Treadmills Up to £300

Entry level treadmill, for basic fitness and walking

If you are looking for a cheap treadmill, you can buy an entry level machine for under £300. Buying a motorised treadmill is always preferable to a manual treadmill. They generally have a maximum user weight of around 120kg (19 stone). This is set by the manufacturer and although the machines we tested were capable of holding this weight the motor is unlikely to sustain regular running.

An entry level machine is OK for anyone looking to limit their exercise to brisk walking; e.g. older runners, those who are new to regular exercise or recovering from an injury. For a more comfortable running experience, we recommend anyone who weighs over 11 stone save a little longer to jump to the next price-band to buy a treadmill with a more robust frame and a more powerful motor.

The main retailers in this price-band tend to offer very limited warranties and returns policies, which are often hidden within their terms and conditions. Most reputable retailers offer a 28 day money-back guarantee from the date the treadmill is received, but some have been known to restrict refunds to within 7 days from the date of purchase and only if the box is unopened. This really doesn’t give you a chance to work out if it’s the right machine for you. Always check the T&Cs before you purchase, it could be a costly mistake. For the record, we offer a 28 day no quibbles returns policy.

Expected Features:

  • Running area: 120 x 40cm
  • Top speed varies between 10-12km/h, depending on price
  • Limited computer display and programmes
  • Brands include Biosync and Confidence Treadmills

Treadmills up to £700

Treadmills for home use, beginner to 10km runner

If you spend £400- £700 you should expect to get a treadmill which will help you achieve a good level of fitness with regular use. An important feature that treadmills within this price category should have is power incline (not manual incline).

These electric treadmills feature power incline (or motorised incline), which allows you to adjust the incline level whilst you are running. You will also be able to select programs that adjust the incline as you run to mimic outdoor or hill running.

Other features you should expect from treadmills in this price bracket:

  • Power or motorised incline: 5 levels or up to 8 degrees
  • Belt Size (Running Area): 120cm x 40cm
  • 1.5 continuous horsepower motor
  • Speed: 14km/h (12kph is a sprinting speed for beginner to intermediate runners so this allows a little more capacity for interval training)
  • Built in speakers for your mp3
  • Free two-man delivery (these are very heavy machines and you will need help)
  • In home repair warranty to include parts and servicing.

If you're looking to spend under £700 and you're limited on space, the JTX Slim-Line: Foldable Treadmill will be the ideal treadmill for you. This machine folds down flat and can easily be stored under a bed or in a cupboard.

The JTX Sprint-3: Electric Treadmill will be the treadmill for you if you have more space in your home. It's a more powerful machine, with a higher maximum speed. Alternatively, the JTX RunRise: Incline Flat Fold Treadmill has the same maximum speed as the JTX Sprint-3 but it folds completely flat, perfect for easy storage.

If you're looking to use a treadmill for walking and light jogging, the JTX MoveLight: Walking Treadmill is a great choice. It's a flat, walking treadmill with a lower maximum speed, ideal if you're looking to achieve your daily steps target.

Treadmills up to £900

Treadmills for home use, intermediate runners

Intermediate runners (25km per week) should invest in a robust treadmill that will last for years. If you spend up to £900 you should expect a solid treadmill with a great running experience. It will provide you with more space to run, a shock absorbing running deck, better programs and more incline and speed options to play with.

Look out for these specifications as a minimum:

  • Running area: 130cm x 45cm
  • Speed: 18km/h (most intermediate runners will only run at this speed for short sprints during interval training)
  • Power or motorised incline: 10 degrees
  • 20 programs minimum
  • Free two-man delivery (these are very heavy machines and you will need help)
  • In home repair warranty to include parts and servicing.

The JTX Sprint-5: Home Treadmill is perfect if you're looking for a sturdy machine, suitable for intensive half-marathon training regimes. Ideal for the whole family to squeeze regular fitness workouts into a busy life.

Treadmills up to £2500

Gym-quality, heart rate responsive treadmill

If you can stretch your budget to £2500 you will get a sleek, interactive home treadmill that will support, motivate and entice you back for more. Designed for long distance, high-performance runners. The higher the price, the better the specification: power, incline ability and maximum speed.

Look out for these specifications as a minimum:

  • Heart rate responsive training / polar compatible
  • Large running deck: 150cm x 50cm minimum
  • Speed: 20km/h
  • 20 programs
  • Power or motorised incline: 15 degrees
  • Motor size: 3 horsepower
  • Workout cooling fan
  • Free two-man delivery (these are very heavy machines and you will need help)
  • 3 year in home repair warranty to include parts and servicing.

If you're interested in the interactive element of more expensive treadmills, take a look at our Zwift treadmills page. It will give you an idea of the kind of running apps and technology you could use with these treadmills, which are guaranteed to add another level of fun and motivation to your run.

The JTX Sprint-7: Large Treadmill has all of these features, and will prove to be an outstanding investment in your long term health. The JTX Sprint-9 Pro: Smart Gym Treadmill goes one better, with an increased maximum speed and more powerful brushless motor. The JTX Sprint-8 Pro: Smart Treadmill has all the power of the JTX Sprint-9 but in a more compact machine.

If you're looking for a professional treadmill for under £2500, the JTX Club-Pro is the ideal choice. It's a non-folding, commercial treadmill designed for the most intensive workout regimes.

Treadmills over £3000

Interactive computer technology and integrated TVs. Or build quality for a commercial environment.

When you spend over £3000 on a treadmill for home use, expect it to feature touch screen consoles with integrated TVs. You can enjoy interactive training or watch your favourite TV programmes on the run. If you'd like to make your treadmill runs more interactive, but don't want to spend over £3000, take a look at our blog post on treadmill running apps and check out our Kinomap Review.

Treadmills built for commercial use are also available at this price point. Expect a simple, robust design that makes the machine easy-to-use and hard wearing. These machines are built to withstand up to 16 hours of use per day in a commercial gym environment. They are larger than home use machines and do not fold away.

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Types of treadmill

Manual Treadmill

A manual treadmill utilises a belt and rollers, which a person moves with their own effort. As the belt doesn’t move by itself, you will be setting your own tempo: not great if you are lacking motivation. Manual treadmills sit at the lower end of the market with cheaper components, so they are unlikely to last.

Motorised Treadmill

Motorised treadmills allow you to set the pace of your workout. Many motorised treadmills also have a feature that lets you increase and decrease the degree of incline that you’d like to run on.

Folding Treadmills

If you are buying a treadmill for your home gym, space is always an important consideration. The JTX Sprint range of folding treadmills use up to 44% less floor space when folded, have hydraulic slow-drop decks and a locking system for added safety. Most folding treadmill running decks can be raised but do not fold completely flat. This ensures the frame is robust and does not compromise the quality of the running experience. If space is your priority the JTX Slim Line fold away treadmill is our smallest treadmill and can be folded completely flat for easy storage under a bed or behind a door.

Commercial Treadmills

The best semi-commercial and commercial treadmills provide a solid but cushioned running area, high powered motors, motorised incline, and an interactive computer, often with a heart rate training feature. The difference between semi-commercial and commercial treadmills is the number of hours they have been designed to be used for each day. Fully commercial treadmills are built for constant use for up to 12 hours per day. Semi-commercial treadmills are ideal for smaller businesses and for keen runners, with less than 5 hours of use per day. With a truly commercial treadmill, you can expect a 3-4 year commercial warranty because they are built to withstand constant use in a gym environment.

The JTX Platinum Treadmills are semi-commercial and fixed treadmills for high performance home and commercial use. The JTX Sprint-8 Pro and the JTX Sprint 9 offer all the best features of a commercial treadmill. But have been designed with a folding mechanism and a price tag to better suit the home environment.

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Treadmill Terminology


The moving belt which you run on.


The controls on the front panel of the treadmill.


The digital readout on the front panel of the treadmill.


The tilt of the running deck that simulates uphill running.


A treadmill you operate by pushing the conveyor belt with your feet (not recommended).


A treadmill containing electric motors that move and tilt the deck for you as you walk or run.


Range and variety of pre-programmed workouts available on a motorised treadmill.

Treadmill FAQs

Will I have to assemble my treadmill?

JTX treadmills require very little assembly but we do recommend finding an extra pair of hands to help because they are heavy. Our user guides will give you all of the information you need but if you would prefer to pay for installation, this is now available too.

Are treadmills noisy?

Good quality treadmills should have a very quiet motor. You will need to consider where you locate the treadmill though. For instance, if you live on the 3rd floor in a block of flats you might want to consider the construction of the building. If it is a purpose built concrete construction, you should be fine. Victorian conversions might need more thought; whilst the machine itself might be quiet, if you’re heavy-footed or running flat out at 3am, your neighbours might not thank you for it. Floor protection mats or a bit of old carpet will both soften any noise vibrations and protect wooden floors.

Can I play music on my treadmill?

Most good quality treadmills have this functionality. All JTX treadmills are fitted with built-in speakers and an mp3 connection.

How much space do I need for the treadmill?

It’s best to leave at least 10cm each side of the treadmill. The assembled measurements for our machines can be found on the product pages on the website. Also, it's always good to make sure the rear of the treadmill is free of obstructions.

What happens if it breaks down?

Many treadmill issues can be solved with a little bit of knowledge. Check our maintenance pages for advice on specific JTX treadmill repairs. Electrical repairs are more complicated and we don’t recommend you attempt them yourself. Most treadmills will come with an in home repair warranty and it's always best to contact your warranty provider for assistance.

How easy is a treadmill to move?

This will vary from brand to brand. All JTX treadmills have wheels, which means you can move it around in a wheel-barrow type motion if you need to. Although we would suggest trying to keep it set up permanently in a designated place to help motivation!

Do treadmills have heart rate monitors?

Again, you should expect this functionality as standard on a high-quality treadmill. Our JTX RunRise, JTX Sprint 5, 7, 8 Pro, 9, 9 Pro and JTX Club-Pro feature heart rate sensors on the handlebars and an inbuilt Polar receiver. Paired with a polar-compatible chest strap, you can use the responsive heart rate programs.

How do I use a treadmill?

This depends entirely on what your personal objectives are. We’re happy to answer questions directly so we can be sure to offer the best advice for your needs. Check out our treadmill workouts and exercises for some great videos to get you started.

Where should I keep my treadmill?

We recommend that you don’t keep electronic fitness equipment in cold rooms or garages. In the winter months particularly, the temperature can fluctuate widely. This can cause condensation inside the computer and circuit boards. If you do want to keep your machine in a room like this we certainly recommend keeping it under a heavy sheet or rug to help minimise the risk of damage.

It is also worth avoiding rooms which get extremely warm. This is not so much about maintenance, more because it will make it more difficult and uncomfortable when you come to workout.

If you can, we recommend you put your treadmill in a room with a TV or stereo. Getting motivating tunes or your favourite TV series on will help you get in the zone and smash through your training.

What maintenance will I need to carry out?

Treadmills benefit from having the belt both lubricated and tightened regularly. These jobs will take about 10 minutes every 6-8 weeks. Regular lubrication will greatly extend the life of your machine and reduce the possibility of faults occurring. Tightening or tensioning the belt will ensure it continues to offer a smooth motion that feels as natural as running outdoors. We have made some treadmill maintenance videos for you to help you keep your machine in top condition.

It is also very important to keep the area under the treadmill clear and clean. Make sure you hoover or wipe under the treadmill regularly. Any dirt or dust under the deck will be picked up by friction and will eventually cause electrical faults.

What is treadmill lubricant for?

Treadmill lubricant (sold separately) is a silicone oil used to stop friction against the belt and the board. It’s the medicine your treadmill needs every 6-8 weeks. Not enough lubricant is responsible for 80% of breakdown issues. We have made a treadmill lubrication video, which should help.

What is the best treadmill for a beginner?

If you haven’t done a lot of running in the past but want to improve your fitness, we recommend the JTX Sprint-3. It is a great value treadmill, which will easily take you from a walking or jogging start to training for a 10k race, should you wish. Even as a beginner you really want a treadmill with electronic incline and a good top speed. This will help ensure the treadmill continues to push you as your fitness improves.

What treadmill would be suitable for my marathon training?

Treadmills are great for long distance training. They allow you to set training targets and protect your knees from the rigours of road running. If you will be using your treadmill 3 or 4 times per week we recommend the JTX Sprint-9 or for daily training, the JTX Club-Pro treadmills. This commercial quality treadmill will put you through your paces and keep you motivated for years, with plenty of space on the running deck for the longest of legs and strides.

Treadmill Calorie Guide

Treadmills provide a great variety of workouts, allowing you to set a pace that suits your level of fitness and ability. The treadmill's speed and incline, your weight, height and gender all contribute to the rate that you burn calories as you work toward your goal.


Running for 20 minutes on a treadmill involves all the major muscles of the body, builds cardiovascular endurance and burns calories. As a rough guide, running for 20 minutes at 6 mph will burn approximately 230 calories, while running at 8 mph will burn approximately 300 calories.


When walking on a running machine, increasing your pace will help burn more calories. Try to avoid holding onto the machine and instead, swing your arms briskly as you walk. Walking on a treadmill at 3 mph will burn approximately 70 calories in 20 minutes of exercise, or 220 calories per hour.

Interval Training

Interval training involves short bursts of intense exercise followed by a recovery period. For example, 5 minutes of running alternating with 2 minutes of walking. This style of training is really great for enhancing your fitness levels and will burn more calories than traditional cardio.


Setting the treadmill at an incline will burn more calories and help build lower body strength compared with walking on level ground. Walking on an incline of 10 percent will burn approximately 170 calories in 20 minutes.

HR Training

Your Heart rate gives an objective measurement of how your cardio-respiratory system is working. The harder you work, the higher your heart rate will be and the more calories you will burn. Using a heart rate monitor during your workout will enable you to gauge the intensity of your workout and either scale back the intensity or crank it up. The JTX Sprint 5, 7 and 9 treadmills include HR training programs which will auto-adjust your speed and incline to maintain your target heart rate.

Should I Hire or Buy a Treadmill

If you have been toying with the idea of hiring a treadmill instead of buying one, check out our Treadmill Hire Or Buy Guide to find out why we think you should always buy.

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