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treadmill

exercise equipment that allows the individual to walk or run in place on a rotating belt. A treadmill may be flat or inclined.

treadmill

(tred'mil)
A conveyor belt for walking or running in place; the speed of movement and angle of inclination can be varied during tests of cardiopulmonary health and conditioning.
See: exercise tolerance test

treadmill

mechanized running surface allowing the subject to walk/run without travelling forward, either at self-chosen pace (for sagittal/frontal-plane gait analysis), or forced pace (for cardiac and claudication stress tests)
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She has also set the record for the furthest distance on a treadmill in 12 hours.
A lot of studies have been conducted on a treadmill, which happens to be common workout equipment in most homes and gyms to find out the effect of using treadmill incline ramp.
This cross-sectional study was conducted to determine whether the trunk and lower extremity muscle activation pattern differed in treadmill vs.
The security was such, he said, that an officer also stood at a door which leads to an adjacent room used for aerobics classes, to prevent anyone from entering the treadmill section.
AeroWork is not just a treadmill desk for walking, but also a standard treadmill with max speed of 18 KPH for daily intensive workouts at home.
A study in Plos One of 76 people randomly assigned to a treadmill (moving at 1.
However, you may have to increase your exercise intensity slightly on the treadmill in order to expend the same amount of energy that you would walking on a track, sidewalk, or trail.
People can do ten to 15 minutes on the treadmill and still do work.
To create the illusion that you're running on the beach or through a wooded country lane (and more), because that's exactly what the company claims its treadmill will do - with the help of Google Maps integration.
Studies have also demonstrated deviation in the actual amount of BWS provided by a LBPP treadmill device when compared to the machinecalibrated levels of support.
Greg Penner, president of Capstone, said the treadmill is popular with athletes recovering from injuries and people temporarily in wheelchairs strengthening their leg muscles, [image courtesy of capstone physical therapy]