Bowflex TreadClimber TC5 Reviews

Treadclimber tc5 reviews

The affordable Bowflex TC5 TreadClimber machine is not only saving the space,but also featured with Step ‘N Go technology that makes plugs and cords a thing of the past.

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Price from $985.00(used) to $999.00(new)

As Bowflex’s entry-level TreadClimber, Bowflex TreadClimber TC5 maybe good choice for users who just want an interesting mix of stairclimber, an elliptical, and a treadmill.

Average rating By TreadMills Fans: 3.8 / 5.0

Motor:
Folding:
N/A
No
Treadbelt:
Capacity:
N/A
300 lbs
Speed:
Incline:
0-4.5 mph
N/A




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Bowflex TreadClimber TC5 Expert Reviews

  • “But despite the inconvenient, the T5 is a $1000 machine that we recommend to users who want to lose weight, while avoiding the complications of a bigger treadclimber, with features they may never use…..”—by runreviews.com
  • “If you are tight on cash, but want to experience the amazing revolution of the TreadClimber — the Bowflex TC5 is the entry-level model….”—By fitrated.com

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Bowflex TreadClimber TC5 User Reviews

  • A Good Work Out—By Joan Bond
    I purchased the TC5 last December. I purchased it because I needed something for when it snowed and the road was too icy to walk. I think the packaging on this product was terrible. Several parts were broken, and assembly was difficult and time consuming, but every time I called customer service they were helpful and sent me new parts right away. I also experienced fraying on the treads in the first use, and I was sent new ones. The care directions for adjusting the treads and the rest of the machine are in the booklets that came with the products.

    Unless you are in really good cardiovascular shape you will most likely find the TC5 difficult to use at first. When I started using the TC5 I started at 10 minutes each session, 3 times a week for a couple of weeks then adding 5 minute increments until I could use it for 30 minutes a session. Another reviewer complained that it was a difficult work out, all I can say is that’s why they call it a work out. It is hard, but all good work outs are hard until you build stamina. I am 59 years old I have been lifting weights for 19 years and I was a runner for 17 years. I live at high altitude now, which is why I can no longer run, but with the TC5 I am able to get a better cardio work out than I do just from walking. I prefer being outdoors for exercise, but the TC5 fills the exercise gaps when it is icy or below 20 degrees. I would recommend this product if you really like exercising and want to get your heart rate up quickly, however if you just think you like to exercise or are just beginning an exercise program and you aren’t fully committed, I don’t think this product is for you. You would be better off with a tread mill or just going outside for a walk, because the assembly of this product and the patience of building up to a 30 minute work out won’t be worth it.

  • Great for environment bad for people—By Long Distance Heather
    Assembling the treadclimber was easy. I wish they would have distributed the weight more evenly in the shipping boxes. After trying the machine I was disappointed. The manual design is hard to use. My workout was not smooth and it flared up my fibromyalgia. I really wanted to like the product because I am no longer able to endure high impact running. This model is on the right track to becoming a great product but it still needs some work.

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