Assault AirRunner » The Assault AirRunner was a bit of a different beast; its belt wants to keep spinning, like a flywheel, so you don't need to do any extra work to keep it going. Because each of these machines rides a little differently, I've included a lot of images of my natural stride on each machine. They all feel good, but feel different; check the review for all the details.

My primary goal with this review was to test a curved manual treadmill ('CMT') as a general concept. I was lucky enough to get three different models to play with. And at the end of the day, I am absolutely convinced that these things are the cat's pajamas. I drank the Kool-Aid. My love of running outdoors has not vanished, or diminished at all. But my appreciation for the alternative has significantly increased. Read the full review for all the info on these awesome machines, and which one is my favorite.


Back to article: Review: TrueForm Runner + Trainer Treadmills


Tags » equipment,  gadgets,  running,  treadmills

TrueForm Runner 

The TrueForm Runner is the flagship treadmill for the company. It is built like a tank and has a great ride, although it takes a little more effort to propel than either of the two other treadmills in this review. Because each of these machines rides a little differently, I've included a lot of images of my natural stride on each machine. They all feel good, but feel different; check the review for all the details.

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TrueForm Trainer 

The TrueForm Trainer was my favorite the three. Its resistance felt just right, and it is a machine that will last a lifetime. Because each of these machines rides a little differently, I've included a lot of images of my natural stride on each machine. They all feel good, but feel different; check the review for all the details.

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Assault AirRunner 

The Assault AirRunner was a bit of a different beast; its belt wants to keep spinning, like a flywheel, so you don't need to do any extra work to keep it going. Because each of these machines rides a little differently, I've included a lot of images of my natural stride on each machine. They all feel good, but feel different; check the review for all the details.

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