By Matt Evans
The best treadmills are a great way to get more cardiovascular exercise into your day. Whether you're walking while watching your favourite streaming service in your front room, or you're training diligently to hit a personal best, having a running environment you can control and adjust in a weather-proof setting means you've got so many more ways to work out.
Unfortunately, most treadmills cost a bomb and take up an enormous amount of space. But this great Walmart deal offers the NordicTrack C700 folding treadmill at a price of $597.00, saving you $300 on the machine and a further $395 on a year's iFit membership. Check out the deal below, and if you're in the market for a new running machine, don't forget to stop by our Black Friday treadmill deals page:
Get the NordicTrack treadmill deal here
NordicTrack C700 folding treadmill | was $899 | now $597.00 at Walmart
Save $300 on this folding tread with a 7” Interactive Touchscreen and 1-Year iFit Membership thrown in. You can adjust your run on the fly to mimic real-world terrain and some of the world's most famous courses, and you can guarantee your tread will last with a 10-year frame warranty, 1-year parts warranty and sturdy 300lbs capacity.
Why get this deal?
Not only does the treadmill fold up for easy storage (ideal if you're running in an apartment, front room or small space), but the folding feature doesn't mean you sacrifice on tread quality, as the adjustable deck cushioning allows you to customize your workout for minimized joint impact or a realistic road-running feel.
The included iFit membership (alone worth $395) offers you access to training sessions, studio classes and virtual courses, all of which you can do on your treadmill and are displayed on its 7" screen. Personally-tailored workouts based on your fitness level and interest are sent to your equipment every day, while you can track your workouts more accurately by linking your phone to the treadmill.
Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and Channel Editor at Fit&Well. He's previously written for titles like Men's Health and Red Bull, and covers all things exercise and nutrition on the Fit&Well website. Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen kickboxer and runner. His top fitness tip? Stretch.
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