I’ve logged plenty of treadmill miles while enduring Cleveland’s frigid winters and Arizona’s blazing hot summers. Most treadmills are pretty boring, that’s why real runners–of which I am definitely not one–always say they prefer to run outside. I get it, really I do. I just find it too easy to quit if I’m running outside.
I recently came across this new treadmill that may just be the perfect solution for this travel-loving mama! The LiveStrong LSPRO2 has Passport media technology. It sounds really fancy and complicated, but once it is all hooked up, it is amazing and makes workouts fly by! The Passport system connects to your TV, and it communicates wirelessly with the treadmill. The treadmill delivers a high-definition experience designed to enhance the cardio workout of even the most serious runners. All your stats pop up right on the TV screen. Of course, you also have the option to use it like an old school treadmill, without the Passport media technology, and your information will show up right on the treadmill.
This is unlike any machine I’ve ever tried before in that the HD quality, real scenery and ambient sounds really make a world of difference (no generic scene views!). The LiveStrong LSPRO2 comes with both the American Southwest and Northern Italy scenery, so you can hike the Grand Canyon and run through the rolling hills of Italy in the same day. More sceneries are available for purchase. So what’s it like to exercise on the LSPRO2? It’s tough to describe, but imagine doing a killer workout in your own personal I-MAX theater.
Pretty cool, huh? You really need to try it out for yourself, though, because–at $2,000– it’s a big investment. A word of warning, not all big athletic stores carry this, so call around before you spend your whole day looking for one.
Not only are you doing something good for yourself when you buy this machine, but, with each purchase of the LSPRO2, money is donated to the Lance Armstrong Foundation to support the 28 million people living with cancer today. Awesome.
Disclaimer: FitFluential LLC compensated me for this sponsored post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.