The NordicTrack T5.7 treadmill provides a workout that is both with power and comfort. It features a DualShox Cushioning, a touch screen console, 20 onboard training applications and a SpaceSaver design. This treadmill provides an intense workout that remains comfortable for the users. Features like the cushioning, and pre-made workouts allow users to work out harder, longer and avoid discomforts. It also has a SpaceSaver design where it can be easily folded away for storage. Here are the features: The DualShox cushion allows runners to train as much as they like while staying comfortable. It has two isolators that adjust to the feet as they land on and take off from the deck. The 20-inch x 55-inch tread belt is specifically made to reduce friction and noise during workouts. The material is stretch resistant and has a lubricant is spread over the belt to improve the performance and helps the belt and rollers stay well-maintained.
There are 20 different onboard workouts provided that automatically adjusts the incline, speed, and intensity of the treadmill to target calorie-burning, muscle toning, and endurance. The wide viewing angle makes it easier for users to track their stats, specifically calories burned, speed, distance, time, heart rate, and overall progress of a work out through a visual quarter-mile racetrack. Adjusts speed from 0 to 10 miles per hour and adjusts the incline up to 10%. Strong Points Spacesaver design which means you can fold the Nordictrack T 5.7 to save space. This is actually a feature that is not commonly found in higher-end models 20″ x 55″ belt with 2.5 CHP is quite competitive for treadmills at this price point Attractive price at (time of review) but still within reach for many buyers at the retail price of Good number of workout programs (20) that is competitive with higher end products from competing brands Weak Points 1 year parts and labor warranty is typical at this price point but regardless, it’s not very reassuring from a buyer’s perspective Not sure what chemicals they’re putting on their treadmills but there is a California Prop 65 warning on their product page Rollers at only 1.9 inches might be problematic for users who plan on putting in long hours on their treadmill For buyers that are not ready to fork out thousands of dollars on a new treadmill, the Nordictrack T5.7 is worth considering. There’s no doubt that there are much, much better treadmills out there but there aren’t a lot of treadmills with similar specs that can compete with the T5.7 on price. We also think that there is a good chance the price could be discounted further than the review price of during special holidays. But even at the review price of, is it really fair to expect more from a starter treadmill?