The treadmill also includes SportsArt's CardioAdvisor system, the only heart rate system on the market that shows users their high-, low-, and mid-range target heart rates, as well as their actual heart rate during the workout. By accessing this data, you'll see your actual heart rate relative to your training goals, allowing you to maximize your heart rate training. And thanks to the treadmill's dot matrix display, it's easy to monitor your workout progress. The display tracks your calories, distance, time, speed, pace, incline, heart rate, and more on its LED windows. Other details include oversized cup holders, a speed range of 0.1 to 11 miles per hour, an incline range of 0 to 15 percent, and an ActivZone icon that illustrates which muscle groups are being used throughout the workout.
The TR21f includes a QuickFold hydraulic frame for easy storage.
- Programs: Interval (x2), random (x10,000), hill (x3), manual, cardio HRC, weight loss HRC, track, Glute Trainer (x2), ZoneTrainer
- Feedback options: Calories/calories per hour, distance, time, speed, incline, METS, pace, heart rate, target heart rate
- Display: Tri-color dot matrix with LEDs
- ActivZone icon: Yes
- Folding: Yes, QuickFold hydraulics
- Touch 'n' Go programs: Yes
- Belt: 20 by 58 inches
- Cushioning system: Shock Dissipation System (SDS)
- Motor: 3.0 horsepower
- Speed range: 0.1 to 11 miles per hour
- Incline range: 0 to 15 percent
- Heart rate tools: Telemetry heart rate, CardioAdvisor, ZoneTrainer
- Capacity: 400 pounds
- Unfolded dimensions: 75 by 54 by 38 inches (W x H x D)
- Folded dimensions: 40 by 61.8 by 38 inches (W x H x D)
- Weight: 230 pounds
- Warranties: Lifetime on frame, 10 years on mechanical parts, 5 years on electronic parts, 1 year on labor
About SportsArt Fitness
SportsArt is an industry leader in the design and manufacture of high-quality cardiovascular fitness products. Founded in 1977, SportsArt began building fitness products on an OEM (original equipment manufacturer) basis in 1981. The company produced products for such leading companies as Precor, Schwinn, Universal, and Tunturi throughout the '80s and early '90s, before marketing its own brands starting in the mid-'90s. In the ensuing years, the company has emerged as the fastest-growing cardio fitness manufacturer, introducing more new models to the specialty fitness marketplace than any other vendor. SportsArt Fitness is headquartered in Woodinville, Washington.