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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
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The study, published in the Journal of Contemporary Clinical Trials, examined the effect of treadmill exercise on measures such as pain intensity, sleep quality and overall quality of life.
Harris said that many professional sports teams and colleges have the AntiG Treadmill because of the ease of which that large bodied athletes, like football players, can use it.
Conclusion: It is concluded from our study that Duke treadmill score is a significant prognostic tool for coronary artery disease.
She has also set the record for the furthest distance on a treadmill in 12 hours.
As crazy as it sounds, some people sustain back injuries by trying to move a treadmill by themselves.
The pressure inside the LBPPT consist of a treadmill in an airtight chamber.
A great way to challenge the body is to use the incline ramp that is there on a treadmill, especially if the machine is being used by you for some time.
I run a few times each week on a treadmill, but I never move forward and the surroundings never change.
The efficacy of a 9-Month treadmill walking program on the exercise capacity and weight reduction for adolescents with severe autism.
Treadmill training is frequently prescribed as a treatment option for patients with gait abnormalities.
It can be assumed that the pattern of muscle training and the level of muscle strengthening are different between treadmill and over-ground walking.