Having started marketing its unique approach towards the concept of fitness back in year 1986, Bowlflex of America Inc. launched itself in the workout industry with a resistance training system which became an instant hit with the weightlifting enthusiasts. The company came out with many innovative fitness solutions later, including its highly popular Bowflex Treadclimber series. It even took over other well-recognized market entities such as Stairmaster fitness, Nautilus Corporation and Schwinn fitness. The Bowflex Treadclimber series was first introduced in the year 2003 and the hybrid model immediately climbed the popularity charts owing to its ability of delivering two times a strenuous workout as delivered by a standard treadmill. The secret behind its effectiveness lay in its incline training, something which you can commonly see in the new range of Bowflex tread climber models. The original treadmill could incline by up to 40%. In this detailed article on Bowflex tread climber, we will go over couple of popular models of the Bowflex Treadclimber series (TC 5 and TC 10) and review each one of them individually.
Bowflex Treadclimber TC 5 Review
The Treadclimber series released by Bowflex became an instant hit owing to its ability of delivering multipurpose training in the form of an elliptical machine, a stair climber and a treadmill, all in one single product. Thanks to its tremendous ability of providing an effective incline, the Bowflex Treadclimber TC 5 can deliver a far more comprehensive, highly effective and a solid calorie burning workout session compared to the standard treadmills. All these benefits are delivered without putting any extra strain on the joints. Among all popular models of Bowflex Treadclimber series available in the marketplace, the Bowflex Treadclimber TC 5 is the most affordable as it consists only of the basic essentials required to get the job done. It can be easily termed as the simplest of all the Bowflex Treadclimbers available out there.