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iFit-Powered NordicTrack Treadmill Wins Good Housekeeping’s Best Treadmill of 2020

September 24, 2020

iFit’s trainer-led, interactive workouts are a standout feature of the NordicTrack Commercial 1750 treadmill

(LOGAN, Utah, September 24, 2020) — iFit, the patented, interactive, connected fitness platform, is the key feature that won the NordicTrack Commercial 1750 treadmill a spot in Good Housekeeping’s highly coveted “Best Home Gym Equipment Essentials of 2020.” Good Housekeeping’s standard for including equipment on the list is based upon rigorous testing, ensuring only the highest-quality and top-performing products are featured.

“The NordicTrack Commercial 1750 treadmill includes a 1-year membership to the coaching platform iFit, which offers an expansive library (12,000+!) of empowering workouts,” Good Housekeeping said.

Good Housekeeping commended iFit’s ability to manage up to four user profiles and seamlessly “track performance to help keep you accountable and motivated during your workout journey.”

Automatic, hands-free adjustments to speed, incline, and decline are a proprietary feature in iFit-enabled treadmills, including the NordicTrack Commercial 1750. A step beyond its competitors in the connected fitness space, iFit’s patented interactive connected fitness technology allows users to engage with their workouts like never before.

In iFit’s Studio Workouts, iFit trainers automatically adjust the incline, decline, and speed of the user’s treadmill, safely and effectively pushing them toward their goals. iFit Studio Workouts provide a boutique workout experience, often combining running with bodyweight and hand weight exercises off of the machine. Classes vary in length from 15–120 minutes, and range from beginner to advanced.

Similarly, iFit’s Global Workouts—shot on location at breathtaking destinations around the world—include automatic adjustments to the treadmill’s incline and decline to match the natural terrain of the trail for a more realistic outdoor running, walking or hiking experience.

iFit’s elite trainers are professional marathoners and trail runners—such as elite ultra runner Tommy Rivers Puzey and Olympic Marathon qualifier Ashley Paulson—who share their expertise with iFit members throughout the workouts. iFit trainers lead progressive workouts that get more challenging across a multi-week series toward accomplishing a goal. iFit’s progressive workouts are specifically enabled by iFit’s patented technology that makes automatic treadmill adjustments.

The NordicTrack Commercial 1750 treadmill retails for $1,799. It is available for purchase on the NordicTrack website and comes with a free, 1-year iFit membership—a value of $468.

About NordicTrack and iFit

iFit, the patented, connected fitness technology that powers NordicTrack equipment, pioneered interactive connected fitness and was issued its first of many patents in 1999. Founded with the belief that the majority of consumers would benefit from an interactive personal training experience at home, iFit’s trainer-led streaming workouts are now trusted by millions of consumers around the globe.

iFit offers workout options for every fitness level and interest, from bodyweight training, HIIT cardio workouts and yoga, to connected fitness workouts on NordicTrack home equipment. Patented interactive technology allows iFit Trainers to create highly personalized workouts for iFit members and Live Adjust™ the user’s incline, speed and resistance instantly during the workout to create the perfect workout for every fitness level. iFit interactive workouts are available on NordicTrack treadmills, stationary bikes, ellipticals, rowers, strength machines, and the iFit app for a range of exercise accessories.

NordicTrack and iFit are owned by ICON Health & Fitness, the global leader in home, commercial and connected fitness which holds more than 275 fitness patents, with 138 pending. iFit workouts are available in English, Mandarin Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, French and German with more languages planned for 2021.

Media Contacts

Colleen Logan, [email protected] and Danielle Prager, [email protected]