For over 25 years, The Treadmill Factory has proudly been serving Canadians in their quest for fitness and health. Today, with over 5 locations and an online store, we continue to offer the best fitness equipment through our wide selection of products, exceptional quality, knowledgeable staff, award winning brands and extensive service.
Whether you are looking for cardio equipment such as a treadmill or an elliptical, strength equipment such as benches or home gyms, fitness accessories for yoga or pilates or boxing and MMA gear we carry them all! Our selection is truly endless. We carry any and every piece of fitness equipment imaginable which is why we have come to be known as Canada’s fitness superstore. We understand the importance of both health and fitness and make sure we carry products that are reliable, innovative, comfortable and fun!
In addition to our retail locations and products, The Treadmill Factory also has a full commercial department to serve settings such as Universities, studios and condo corporations. We cater to all areas within the fitness industry whether you require equipment for your home or a gym. Furthermore, we also have our very own service department with technicians who are available to help should any one of our customers require assistance with their equipment.
To view our entire selection of fitness products, we welcome you, your family and your friends to come into any one of our store locations in person, or visit us online and have any of the equipment delivered right to your door, anywhere in Canada!
These dumbbells are anything but 'dumb'. They don't slip in your hands when you are working out. They don't cause blisters and they handle very easily and well no matter which weight size you use. (Posted on 2013-06-11)
Absolutely love my TRX! Bought it for my husband for Christmas, and of course I had to use it myself too! The product was shipped very fast and in excellent condition. Thank you! (Posted on 2014-01-06)
After using similar machine at the gym I was happy to find something similar for my home setup. This machine is excellent for isolating the abs and lower back muscles.
One thing to note is that the assembly instructions are pretty much non-existent; it is just an exploded diagram of the machine itself with indications of what screws and pieces go where. There are no step-by-step instructions. The best way to help yourself in setting this up is identifying all pieces before hand. I used paper cups to sort the screws and washers then marked on them what they contained (such as the diagram shows A1 as the first type of screw), then for the rest of the pieces I used sticky notes and put like pieces in a pile with a sticky note below identifying them (eg. C1, D2, D5, etc). Doing this before starting to put the machine together really made it go smoothly.
One last note, the padding on the upper chest piece, as well as the rubber that slides over where the foot rest, are extremely tight. They are very hard to get on. If you look at the chest pad you will find that the ends of the leather covering untie, make sure to do this. Then I would suggest using WD40 to spray on the metal where the pad will slide over as well as spray inside the pad itself, it will make it slide on much more easily. Do the same for the rubber coverings on the foot rests (the pads above the footrest slide on easily, so no need for WD40 there. Hope this helps.
But overall, very pleased with this item. Solidly made and provides a great workout for the intended target areas. (Posted on 2013-11-12)
I wanted a landmine attachment for a powercage due to limited space in my home gym. Based on price alone, I was skeptical of the quality of this product compared to other landmine attachments on the market; I was very pleased to receive a much heavier duty product than I had anticipated with fairly nice welds (nothing I would worry about). The only issue is that there is no bearing surface of any kind and the unit rotates around a bolt--not a problem for me as I don't do crossfit and it will only be used for T-Bar rows, but for crossfit rotational WODs, I would look for a better quality landmine with bearings. (Posted on 2013-07-25)