Exercise while working at your desk with the foldable WalkingPad R1 treadmill

Everyone wants to get in shape. The downside is the amount of effort it takes, especially if you work long hours. When you’re so busy that you barely have time to sleep, it’s almost impossible to find time to go to the gym, even for a few minutes on the treadmill. The WalkingPad R1 Pro aims to bring the gym to you with a space-saving foldable treadmill that can be stored away in a closet or a secluded corner when not in use.

Image used with permission of the copyright holder

The WalkingPad R1 Pro is an improvement on the previous model that adds a balance handle and an extended section for people with longer strides. There are two ways to operate the WalkingPad R1 Pro: manual and automatic. The manual mode allows you to control the device with a remote control, while the automatic mode increases the speed of the WalkingPad R1 Pro based on your walking speed.

Like a traditional treadmill, the WalkingPad R1 Pro has an LED display located on top of the device that allows you to track the distance you’ve walked, your speed, and how much time you’ve spent exercising. The WalkingPad R1 Pro also has a slot on the front designed to hold your phone or tablet so you have something to look at during long walks around the living room.

This new version of the treadmill is quieter than its previous model despite having a more powerful motor. The WalkingPad has added EVA cushioning to reduce the impact on your knees, as well as an anti-slip belt to give you a better grip and reduce the chance of falling. The project is being crowdfunded on Indiegogo, and the early bird price is set at $430, but at the time of writing there were only 24 devices left.

See also  Alexa launches Grow a Tree Skill for Earth Day

The WalkingPad R1 Pro has an estimated retail price of $700. Early bird models are expected to ship in December, but the second tier of early birds is slated to ship in January 2020. If you’re looking for a way to exercise while you’re down (or maybe walk while you work), the WalkingPad R1 Pro looks promising for busy people .

The project originally set a goal of $20,437, but exceeded that goal by more than 50 times, for a total funding of over $1 million. However, please note that participation in a crowdfunded project is not a guarantee of delivery. The success of this campaign suggests that delivery is likely, but there are no guarantees.

Editor’s recommendations

Categories: GAMING
Source: newstars.edu.vn

Rate this post

Leave a Comment