Technogym launches Technogym Run, the only cardio and strength treadmill


The brand of digital products and technologies for fitness, well-being, sports and health Technogym, sponsor of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, has launched ‘Technogym Run’, the only treadmill for both cardio and strength, reports in a statement.

Its quietest and most energy efficient treadmill ever, it offers a wide variety of modes and on-demand training programs for those who want to run at home to stay fit, lose weight or improve their athletic performance.

At home, it’s hard to find a solution capable of offering enough workout variety for the whole family, from the hobby runner to the marathoner, triathlete or simple fitness buff, while ensuring the quietest treadmill experience. .

Technogym Run is the treadmill is the result of Technogym’s thirty years of experience in fitness and sports, and offers a variety of workouts from running to strength through ‘bootcamp’.

The 27-inch Technogym Live console allows users to choose their preferred workout experience from workout programs and modes (cardio, strength, or high intensity) or from the library of video-on-demand workouts including trainer-led sessions. These follow specific objectives, adapting to the speed of the user and adjusting the inclination depending on the chosen route.

In addition, Technogym Live offers entertainment options on platforms such as Netflix, social networks such as YouTube, and allows viewing of television channels. As for bootcamp, the console even offers exercises and programs to be done off the treadmill, at the Technogym Bench.

Designed based on Technogym’s extensive experience as Official Supplier of the last eight Olympic Games, Technogym Run, thanks to sheet tape technology, offers the same reaction and elastic response of an athletics track.

For the first time on a treadmill, it will be possible to train all the most important parts of the body for running performance, such as the legs, abs and buttocks. Plus, with the push mode, users can adjust the resistance to play a sled with a load of up to 250 pounds, improving overall muscle tone, efficiency, and stability.