York Fitness Active 110 Treadmill
- 13 workout programs
- Speed controls on handlebar
- Hand pulse sensor
- Top speed of 13 km/h
- Cushioned running deck
- 120 x 41 cm running area
- Assisted fold up and down
- 100 kg maximum user weight
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York Active 110 Treadmill
The York Active 110 Treadmill offers users a sleek and simple treadmill with a speed range of 1.0 - 13km/h. Ideal for beginners and intermediate users, the treadmill is ideal for walking or light running and features 13 pre-set programs, including a body fat analyser.
An elastic cushioned deck, hand pulse sensor and full LCD display and storage compartments complete the package.
- 13 programs including a body fat analyser
- 120 x 41cm running area
- Direct touch speed control
- 1.0 - 13km/h speed range
- Hydraulic assisted lift and drop
- Hand-pulse sensors and LCD screen
- Four wheels and collapsible for easy transportation and storage
- Max users weight: 100kg
Cardio Vascular fitness:
Cardio vascular exercise is any type of exercise that increases the work of the lungs and the heart, and is the number one way to improve your general health, burn body fat and increase your fitness levels.
The treadmill is one of the most popular pieces of equipment for increasing cardio vascular fitness and is suited to any level of fitness.
To get the most from your workout on treadmill you first need to identify what you want to achieve:
Are you working out to improve your health or to lose weight?
Understanding a little about intensity levels will ensure that the time invested in your exercise sessions returns the greatest benefits, rather than a hit and miss approach.
Cardio for good health:
To stay healthy, adults aged 19 - 64 should aim to do at least 150 minutes, or 2 hours and 30 minutes, of moderate-intensity aerobic activity every week. Your heart rate should be raised and your breathing will be quicker but you should still be able to hold a conversation.
This level of exercise is for those wishing to improve quality of life and general well-being. Gentle 'good health' cardio training will increase your fitness level to a degree, helping you get through day-to-day tasks more easily and with more energy.
Cardio for weight loss:
To see a significant reduction in body fat, your sessions must be a little more intense. It's recommended that adults aged 19 - 64 should aim to do at least 75 minutes of f vigorous-intensity aerobic activity every week. If you are working out at this level, you will be breathing hard and fast, your heart rate will be high and it will be difficult to talk.
This level of fitness is ideal for those wishing to lose weight and significantly improve their fitness levels.
As one of the strongest names in fitness, York Fitness has been providing high-quality fitness and gym equipment all over the world for over 80 years.
Their products range from dumbbells, barbells, weight benches and multi gyms to treadmills, cycles, cross trainers, gym balls, and much more.
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Top Customer Reviews
1. Maintaining the machine, you are told to regularly apply lubricant to the machine, yet the instructions are so poor I had to check youtube for a guide.
2. Once it had been lubricated I realised that the running belt wasn't aligning properly and kept slipping to one side, so again I had to youtube the issue. I found out it was down to one side being tighter than the other, so losen or tighten one of the sides to balance it, sounds easy right? Well after about 10 attempts and an hour spent I eventually got the belt re-aligned and working.
3. However my problem wasn't solved still as I began running on the machine and it was making a funny noise, the only advice I could get was to apply more lubricant, which of course meant going through stages 1 and 2 again.
4. This was all before I'd even had a proper run on the machine which was frustrating to say the least.
5. Also this machine is pretty big, I have my own dedicated gym so space isn't so much an issue but for a standard house I think this would take up a lot of room and space may be an issue.
Overall I suppose I should have researched more before investing in this machine but If you do decide to go for it then read up online on how to look after your machine because for me the maintaining of this machine wasn't easy nor user friendly.
Then I started to get an error message, 'Error E5', and the machine would shut off in mid-run. This problem has become more frequent, to the point where it happens each time I try to use the machine. I'll be running for maybe three or four minutes, getting into my stride, and without notice it will stop, with this error message. Pretty alarming. Each time I've switched off/unplugged the treadmill like the manual says, but to no effect.
So this morning I called York Fitness's helpline and after listening through a couple of company messages I then heard a message saying that the helpline has been closed 'for reasons outside our control' and to email instead. So, I've sent an email asking for a fix or a new machine, but I'm getting a bad feeling.
At the moment I wouldn't recommend anyone to get one of these.
I'll update this review if I can once I see what happens with my email to the company.
EDIT: The York Fitness helpline closure is apparently for the next week or so as their systems have crashed. It would have helped if their automated message said as much,rather than me having to dig out an alternative number and make three calls to get this detail. There's no fix for this problem, it needs a replacement machine. Excellent service from Amazon, who are sending a replacement. Although packing the old machine for return isn't something I'm looking forward to. Hopefully the replacement treadmill will be up to the job.
The instructions were very clear and the machine was incredibly simple to set up (the majority of it is in "one piece").
Having used this machine consistently for a few months, we're very happy with this machine. It carries a bit of noise, but no more than any other treadmill I've ever used (including those expensive ones at gyms).
The machine comes with useful quick speeds and programs that we've used frequently to support working out (in particular the quick speed settings make it so easy to get on with a work out).
I particularly like the emergency stop clip that activates when detached from the machine via the magnetic disc at one end. Makes me feel very safe using the machine.
Also, the main running section folds upwards using a "pressurised" mechanism, which is very practical and helps to avoid as many "carpet marks".
Overall, we're very pleased with the machine and would recommend it (worth noting that it's excellent value for the machine that you get!)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Do not under any circumstances buy any products from York Fitness. The product itself is OK but they don't have any parts available and it's impossible to purchase them anywhere... Read morePublished 12 months ago by PHLF Fisher
I brought "York" as i had owned one previously - It lasted me 8 years of trouble free running before giving up the ghost. Read morePublished 14 months ago by W. Schreiber
Excellent build quality. Easy to assemble and to use. Used primarily by elderly couple, so don't get above 6kpm (although I did think they were mph!). Read morePublished 21 months ago by PeterD
Only just put it together. Its incredibly sturdy, there is nothing flimsy or fragile about this treadmill. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Jacs
Fantastic Treadmill, can't really fault it.. But I never give five stars as there is always room for improvement:)
Very neat for the smaller home.
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Really pleased with this machine. Very easy to put together, but you will need to be patient and align the track correctly at the start to avoid problems later. Read morePublished on 25 April 2014 by Jissy