Microgravity Treadmill Use Cases
The Champion of Impact Reduction
The Boost Microgravity Treadmill enables you to de-load up to 80% of your body weight to reduce pain, rehabilitate lower body injuries, and train longer and harder without the impact.
Additionally, the Boost 2 features:
- Precision Motorized Height Adjustment
- Simplified User Controls
- Expanded Gait Viewing Windows
- Pre-Programmed Workouts
- Easy Access to Service & Clean
What Our Clients Say
Boost Microgravity Treadmills vs. The Competition
|Height Adjustment System
|The Boost 2
|Motorized lift system. Users enter their bodyweight and the Boost 2 automatically lifts to a height personalized for the user.
|Woodway 4Front Treadmill. Considered the highest quality, quietest, longest lasting performance treadmill on the market.
|Intuitive controls even for first time users. Knobs for quick and easy control of speed and bodyweight. No tapping on the screen is needed.
|5 seconds. 100% repeatable. Custom algorithm for each user that asks for shorts size, height, and a weight range of +-2.5lbs.
|Easy zip on/zip off to replace the bag. Costs less than $1,000 to replace, and can do it yourself in 10 minutes without any tools.
|Access to the treadmill for cleaning within 1 minute (removing 8 bolts). Only simple tools are required to perform maintenance.
|Designed for a premium experience with a first-of-its-kind automated lift system, premium materials and finish, easy controls and low up-front/ongoing costs.
|Made of light, thin, and air-tight materials. They also include a fair warranty: free replacement if you feel they lasted less than expected.
|Other Microgravity Treadmills
|Manual height setting. Requires guesswork about setting the correct height, and balancing a carriage which can be difficult.
|Newly released, Chinese-made treadmill. Brand is new in US markets and fitness centers. Quality is unknown.
|Small buttons on a touchscreen make it hard to quickly make changes, especially while running. Easy to make a mistake.
|~1-minute process, reliant on the user being completely still during calibration, prone to errors. Different every time for the same user.
|Costs $3,000-$5,000. Requires technician visit, tools and multiple hours. Users may have to wait months for a tech visit.
|Any inside access requires a technician visit to clean and preform maintenance. This is costly and time inefficient.
|These treadmills were designed in 2005 and 2007, with no new updates since then. Materials often feel cheap.
|Thicker, neoprene-based material which is less comfortable for the user. Customers receive only a 90-day warranty.
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