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About The Treadmill Factory
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!
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What Our Customers Are Saying
Solid Review by Patrick H.
great product and value. (Posted on 2013-05-22)
Great pair of grippers! Review by Joseph R.
I'm a smaller guy, only 5'7 145 pounds but for some reason my grip exceeds any of my other muscle groups by far so i wanted to find a way to really progress passed the standard wrist curls and reverse wrist curls (I also use the iron arms for a complete forearm workout, using the twisting muscles) Asyou probably guessed, i couldn't close it on my first try!! But with some persistance i went from about 45% closed with each hand, to about 67% closed. If you know anything about grippers than you know the hard part comes in the last 25% so it will be a while until i'll be able to close it completely but don't let that be discouraging! You can still gain a lot of strength by using it even if you can't close it completely.
Most standard stores in my small town only sell up to 100 pounds which is fine but if you're serious about working out and getting strong hands/forearms than aim for at least a 150-200. It's a good start in getting to a serious stage of strength!
Also i had a great experience with this site. The 250 pound hand gripper was on sale and their cheapest shipping was fast! It shipped on friday at 2 pm and arrived on monday at 10 am in the middle of a snow storm!
The quality is epic, there is nothing flimsy about them. They may be light and small but they're compact and very strong!
If anybody here is looking for a real test of strength with a good quality product, try these out for sure! (Posted on 2014-01-17)
Weighted vest 45lbs Review by Serge L.
The weight distribution front and back is just great. It is a very good quality product. The vest is secured with wide velcro bands which are easy to ajust. I love it and I should have bought this product a long time ago. (Posted on 2013-03-15)
Review by Ryan L.
Excellent training bag. Made very well and comfortable to use. Awesome cardio workout. (Posted on 2012-06-20)
Review by Robert K.
Just what you need. Bought them primary for olympic dumbbell exercises. I'm not doint anything extreme with them but they have been keeping the weights tight at at least 75 pound range getting jerked up into an incline bench press, and i'm starting to trust them more. Nice on the olympic bar too, much more secure than collars. Kind of steep price, but they are built to last. This is the kind of purchase you'll be looking down at for years to come and think you're glad you splurged. (Posted on 2013-01-11)