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Treadmill User Manual: T5-0, T5-5, & T7-0
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GETTING STARTED
Getting Started: Table of Contents
GETTING STARTED
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Thank You
Safety Instructions
QUICK REFERENCE
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Quick Reference – T5-0, T5-5, and T7-0
Quick Reference – T5-0 Console
Quick Reference – T5-5 / T7-0 Console
SET UP
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Treadmill Setup
HOW TO
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Use the T5-0 Main Display and Activity Zone
Use the T5-5 / T7-0 Main Display and Activity Zone
Use The Workouts
Use the User Menu
Use the My Treadmill™ Feature
Use the My Workouts™ Feature
Use the Custom Workouts Feature
Immobilize the Treadmill
Use the FlexDeck® Select Feature
Center the Striding Belt
SERVICE AND TECHNICAL DATA
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Preventative Maintenance Tips
Troubleshooting
How to Obtain Product Service
Warranty Information
Specifications
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GETTING STARTED
Getting Started: Your Purchase
Thank you for purchasing a Life Fitness treadmill. Before using this product please read this
user manual in its entirety to ensure that you have the knowledge to safely and properly
operate all of the features on your treadmill. We hope you achieve the product experience
on your treadmill that you expect, but if you do have any service issues please go to the How
to Obtain Product Service page in the How To section which will provide information
on obtaining domestic and international product service.
Statement of Purpose:
The Treadmill is an exercise
machine that enables users to walk
or run in place on a moving surface.
Caution:
Health related injuries may result
from incorrect or excessive use of
exercise equipment.
Life Fitness STRONGLY
recommends seeing a physician for
a complete medical exam before
undertaking an exercise program,
particularly if the user has a family
history of high blood pressure or
heart disease, is over the age of
45, smokes, has high cholesterol, is
obese or has not exercised
regularly in the past year.
Life Fitness also recommends
consulting a fitness professional on
the correct use of this product.
If at any time while exercising the
user experiences faintness,
dizziness, pain or shortness of
breath, he or she must stop
immediately.
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GETTING STARTED
Getting Started: Safety Instructions
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: READ ALL
INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE
USING THE TREADMILL.
DANGER: To reduce the risk of
electrical shock, always unplug
this Life Fitness product before
cleaning or attempting any
maintenance activity.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of
burns, fire, electric shock or
injury, it is imperative to connect
each product to a properly
grounded electrical outlet.
WARNING: This treadmill has
immobilization or lock out
software. Only activate software
lockout when treadmill is not in
use. Refer to this user manual for
instructions on immobilizing the
treadmill. Keep instructions out of
reach of children.
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WARNING: Do not move the
treadmill by lifting the console. Do
not use the console as a
handlebar during a workout.
CAUTION:
• To avoid injury stand on the side
rails before starting the treadmill.
• To disconnect, turn power OFF at
the ON/OFF switch, then remove
plug from electrical outlet.
• Never operate a Life Fitness
product if it has a damaged power
cord or electrical plug, of if it has
been dropped, damaged, or even
partially immersed in water.
Contact Life Fitness Customer
Service.
• Position this product so the power
cord plug is accessible to the user.
• Keep the power cord away from
heated surfaces. Do not pull the
equipment by the power cord or
use the cord as a handle. Do not
run the power cord along the side
or under the treadmill.
• If the electrical supply cord is
damaged it must be replaced by
the manufacturer, an authorized
service agent, or a similarly
qualified person to avoid a
hazard.
• Do not use this product in areas
where aerosol spray products are
being used or where oxygen is
being administered. Such
substances create the danger of
combustion and explosion.
• Always follow the console
instructions for proper operation.
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GETTING STARTED
Getting Started: Safety Instructions
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• Close supervision is necessary
when used by or near children, or
disabled persons.
the accessory tray or bottle
holders. Containers with lids are
recommended.
• Do not use this product outdoors,
near swimming pools or in areas
of high humidity.
• Wear shoes with rubber or hightraction soles. Do not use shoes
with heels, leather soles, cleats or
spikes. Make sure no stones are
embedded in the soles. Do not use
this product in bare feet. Keep all
loose clothing, shoelaces and
towels away from moving parts.
• Never operate a Life Fitness
product with the air openings
blocked. Keep air openings free
of lint, hair or any obstructing
material.
• Never insert objects into any
openings in this product. If an
object should drop inside, turn
off the power, unplug the power
cord from the outlet and carefully
retrieve it. If the item cannot be
reached, contact Life Fitness
Customer Service.
• Never place liquids of any type
directly on the unit except in
• Do not reach into or underneath
the unit, or tip it on its side during
operation.
• Keep an open area of six feet
(2 meters) by three feet (1 meter)
behind the treadmill clear of any
obstructions, including walls,
furniture and other equipment.
• Use the side handrails whenever
additional stability is required. In case of
emergency, such as tripping, the side
handrails should be grabbed and the
user should place his/her feet on the side
platforms. The front handlebars should
be used to grasp the heart rate sensors
or to rest the hand on while operating the
activity zone keys, but not for stability,
emergency, or continuous use.
• Never walk or jog backwards on the
treadmill.
• Each treadmill can be immobilized, which
means that the main motor and incline
motor cannot be used. See the
instructions for immobilizing in this user
manual.
• Use this appliance only for its intended
use as described in this manual. Do not
use attachments not recommended by
the manufacturer.
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Quick Reference: T5-0, T5-5, & T7-0
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Quick Reference: T5-0, T5-5, & T7-0
Quick Reference: T5-0, T5-5, and T7-0
Read the entire user manual before setting up your Life Fitness Treadmill.
Ergonomic handlebar with
Lifepulse™ Contact Heart Rate (T7-0 only)
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Water Bottle Holder – Removable and
dishwasher safe (Use in top rack only)
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Activity Zone – Most frequently used keys
are closest to the user.
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Console Uprights
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Motor Cover – Protects main motor and incline
motor
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Hand Rails – Provide stability for users
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Side Rails – Used for straddling belt
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Wheels
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Belt Adjustment – Turn to align belt
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Walking/Running Belt – Pre-lubricated &
maintenance free
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Levelers – Turn to level treadmill
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Main Console – Designed for viewing and
pressing. Do not pull or lift console.
FlexDeck® – Cushioning Systems
• Standard FlexDeck® (T5-0 / T5-5)
• FlexDeck® Select (T7-0)
3 Manually Adjustable Cushioning Settings
– Standard
– Firm
– Hard
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Accessory Tray – Removable and
dishwasher safe (Use in top rack only
of dishwasher)
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Quick Reference: T5-0
Quick Reference: T5-0 Console
QUICK REFERENCE
Read the entire user manual before
setting up your Life Fitness Treadmill.
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Message Center
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Workout Profile Window
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Workout Profiles Key
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Quick Start Key
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Up/Down Adjustment Keys
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GoSystem™ Quick Start Incline Keys
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GoSystem™ Quick Start Speed Keys
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My Workouts™ Key
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Quick Reference: T5-5 / T7-0
Quick Reference: T5-5 / T7-0 Console
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Message Center
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Left LED Window
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Workout Profile Window
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Right LED Window
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Workout Selection Key –
Sports Training Workouts
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Workout Selection Key –
Daily Workouts
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Workout Selection Key –
Classic Workouts
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Workout Selection Key –
HeartSync™ Workouts
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My Workouts™ Key
QUICK REFERENCE
Read the entire user manual before setting up
your Life Fitness Treadmill.
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12 0 – 9 Quick Keys
13 Quick Start Key
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Set Up: Treadmill
Treadmill Setup
Treadmill Location
Place the treadmill where it will be used before beginning the setup process. In order to easily move the treadmill
before assembly, lift up on the rear of the treadmill base and push the treadmill forward on the front wheels.
Adjusting the Levelers
Your treadmill has a right and left leveler attached to the rear base of the treadmill,
which act as feet. After placing your treadmill in the desired location, adjust both
levelers so they touch the floor. To adjust the levelers, loosen the jam nut and turn the
leveler leg until the rocking motion or instability ceases and both levelers rest firmly on
the floor.
SET UP
Note: It is extremely important that the levelers are correctly adjusted for proper
operation. An unbalanced unit may cause the belt to be misaligned.
Electrical Requirements
Most Life Fitness treadmills are intended for use on a normal 120 volt circuit in the United States and Canada.
Below is a table that provides the current rating for this product based on supply voltage. Make sure that the
treadmill model supports the proper line voltage for the installation location before plugging into the outlet.
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Supply Voltage (VAC)
Frequency (Hz)
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50/60
Maximum Current (Amps)
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Set Up: Treadmill
Treadmill Setup
Electrical Grounding Requirements
Your Life Fitness product must be properly grounded to reduce risk of shock if the treadmill malfunctions. Your
treadmill is equipped with an electrical cord, which includes an equipment grounding conductor and a grounding
plug. The plug must be inserted into an outlet that has been properly installed and grounded in accordance with
all local codes and ordinances. A temporary adapter cannot be used to connect this plug to a two-pole receptacle
in North America. If a properly grounded 12 amp outlet is not available, a qualified electrician must install one.
DANGER: A risk of electrical shock may result from improper connection of the equipment’s grounding
conductor. Check with a qualified electrician if you are unsure about proper grounding techniques. Do not modify
the plug provided with this product. If it will not fit an electrical outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified
electrician.
Checking the Belt
After the treadmill has been installed and leveled, the belt must be checked to confirm proper
tracking. First, ensure the power cord is plugged into a suitable outlet. See the electrical
requirements, which appear above. Then turn the treadmill on.
Stand on the side rails of the treadmill and straddle the belt. To start the belt, press the
Start/Enter key, then press the speed up arrow key until the treadmill reaches 4.0 MPH.
SET UP
Turning the Unit On
To turn the treadmill on, locate the ON/OFF power switch at the front of the treadmill near the
power cord and switch it to ON.
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If the running belt appears off-center, see the instructions on the How to Center the Running
Belt page in the How To section.
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How To Use: T5-0
How to Use the T5-0 Main Display and Activity Zone
The treadmill display console is the area in which the user views workout feedback and presses keys to
modify workouts and display settings.
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How To Use: T5-0
T5-0 Main Display Console
The T5-0 console utilizes amber lighting and simple membrane switch keys. To activate the keys, the user must
put pressure on the switch or key. When the user presses any key, a beep will signify that the key has been
activated.
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Message Center – The area that shows workout statistics
and instructional messages, such as speed and distance.
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Speed – Speed is displayed in miles per hour. Your
treadmill has a speed range of 0.5 to 12 MPH.
Heart Rate – Calculates the user’s heart rate in beats per
minute when wearing a chest strap or holding on (T7.0) to
contact heart rate electrodes.
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Distance – The total number of miles traveled at the
current time.
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Incline – The percentage of incline the treadmill surface is
raised. Your treadmill can be adjusted between 0 and
15% incline in increments of 0.5%.
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Calories – Shows the calculated average caloric burn
based on a Life Fitness proprietary calorie equation.
Calories Per Hour – Using the Life Fitness caloric
equation to calculate the amount of calories the user
would burn if the incline and speed remained constant.
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Time – The total amount of time in the workout.
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Time In Zone – The amount of time the user has been in
their target heart rate zone.
10 Workout Profile Window – The height of the segments
indicates the difficulty level at the current time interval.
11 Display Lock Key – Locks toggling workout information in
message center.
12 Workout Profile Arrows (Up and Down) – Allows you to
scroll through all preprogrammed workouts including:
Manual, Random, Hill, EZ Incline™, Sports Training-TimeBased Goal, 5K, 10K, Fat Burn, Cardio, Heart Rate Hill™,
Heart Rate Interval™, Extreme Heart Rate™ and 1 Custom
workout.
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T5-0 Main Display Console,
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13 Start/Enter Key – If pressed during initial start-up,
a quick start workout begins, which is a 30-minute
manual workout with a beginning speed of 0.5 MPH. The
key is also used as a selection key when entering
workout data before or during a workout.
14 Cool Down Key – When pressed will end your current
workout and begin reducing speed and incline for a cool
down period. Each time the cool down key is pressed,
the cool down time is reduced.
15 Up and Down Arrow Keys – Used to adjust values and
scroll through items before and during a workout.
18 GoSystem™ Quick Start Speed Keys – The speed keys
are preset to Walk (2 MPH), Jog (4 MPH) and Run (6
MPH). The speed of each key can be changed and saved
by pressing and holding either Walk, Jog or Run until it
beeps.
19 My Workouts™ Key – Includes 4 My Workouts with names
preset to My Workout 1, My Workout 2,
My Workout 3, and My Workout 4. Continue to press key
to scroll through all My Workouts. Press Start/Enter to
select workout, for directions on how to program a
“My Workout” see How to use the My Workouts feature
on page 60.
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16 Pause/Clear Key – When pressed once during a workout,
the workout is paused. When pressed twice, a workout is
stopped and the message center displays workout
statistics. When pressed a third time, the workout is
cleared and normal console start-up begins.
incline of each key can be changed and saved by using
the incline arrows to reach the desired % then pressing
and holding the GoSystem™ key of your choice until it
beeps.
17 GoSystem™ Quick Start Incline Keys – The incline keys
are preset to low (1.5%), mid (3%) and high (5%). The
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How To Use: T5-0
How to Use the T5-0 Main Display and Activity Zone
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How To Use: T5-0
T5-0 Activity Zone
The activity zone is the small console that is located below the main console (shown on page 16). The intent of
the activity zone is to put the most used keys closer to the user to easily change settings like speed and incline
during the workout.
The following keys are included on the T5-0 Activity Zone:
1 Incline Up Key – Increases the incline by 0.5%, your treadmill’s
maximum incline is 15%.
Incline Down Key – Decreases the incline by 0.5%, your treadmill’s
minimum incline is 0%.
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Stop Key – Gradually stops the treadmill.
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Safety Stop and Lanyard – Magnetic key that, once pulled from the
console, immediately stops the treadmill. The lanyard is attached to
this key and should be attached to user during every workout. If the
user strays too far from the activity zone, the treadmill will immediately
stop as a safety precaution.
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Speed Up Key – Increases speed by 0.1 MPH, your treadmill’s
maximum speed is 12 MPH.
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Speed Down Key – Decreases speed by 0.1 MPH, your treadmill’s
minimum speed is 0.5 MPH.
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How To Use: T5-5 / T7-0
How to Use the T5-5 / T7-0 Main Display and Activity Zone
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NOTE: To ensure safety there is a feature built into the T5-5 / T7-0 that locks the lower activity zone when idle to prevent
a false key press. To read more on this safety feature see the Navigating the User Menu page in the How To section.
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How To Use: T5-5 / T7-0
T5-5 / T7-0 Main Display Console
The T5-5 / T7-0 console was designed to make navigation as simple as possible by using special colors and
touch sensitive keys. The amber colored characters show workout feedback and the blue backlit areas are
selection or key press areas. To reduce confusion, the blue backlit keys are only illuminated at the time the keys
can be used. The T5-5 / T7-0 use touch sensitive keys, which means no pressure is needed to activate the keys.
This allows for easy adjustments when walking, jogging, or running.
Message Center – Area that shows workout statistics
and instructional messages. The message center can
show 16 characters at a time.
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Left Window – Displays speed and pace.
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Speed – 0.5–12.0 MPH. Adjustable in increments of
one tenth of a mile per hour.
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Incline – Percentage of incline (0–15%). Incline can be
adjusted in 0.5% increments.
10 Pace – Shows the amount of time it will take the user to
complete one mile at their current speed.
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Level – Shows the incline level as entered by the user
during the workout set up for programs like Hill,
Random and EZ Incline™. Your treadmill has a level
range of 1 to 20.
11 Right Window – Displays time and time in zone.
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Distance – Miles traveled at the current time.
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Heart Rate – Digitally diplays actual heart rate. Heart
rate will only be displayed when the hand sensors are
grasped (T7-0 only) or wireless heart rate chest strap is
worn.
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Calories – Accumulated calories at the current time.
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Calories Per Hour – Calories that would be consumed in
one hour if the current incline and speed are maintained
for 1 hour.
13 Time In Zone – Accumulated time in target heart rate
zone.
14 Display Lock Key – Locks toggling workout information in
message center and Left and Right Windows.
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12 Time – Accumulated time that counts up from 0:00.
15 Pause/Clear Key – When pressed once during a workout,
the workout is paused. When pressed twice, a workout is
stopped and the message center displays workout
summary. When pressed a third time, the workout is cleared
and normal start-up begins.
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16 Workout Profile Window – Graphically displays intensity
levels of a selected workout. The current intensity level is
the first column of lights. The workout profile window is
21 LEDs wide x 10 LEDs high.
17 Sports Training Workouts Key – Allows the user to access
preset sports-related workouts: Sport Training-TimeBased Goal, 5K, 10K and Sports Training-Distance-Based
Goal (T7-0 only). Continue to press key to scroll through
workouts, press Start/Enter to select your workout.
18 Daily Workouts Key – Allows the user to access
commonly used workouts: 30-Minute Walk, 3-Mile Jog
(T7-0 only), 45-Minute Cross-Train, 10,000-Step and
Weight Loss (T7-0 only) workouts. Continue to press key
to scroll through workouts, press Start/Enter to select
your workout.
20 HeartSync™ Workouts Key – Allows the user to access
heart rate defined workouts: Fat Burn, Cardio, Heart
Rate Hill™, Heart Rate Interval™ and Extreme Heart
Rate™. Continue to press key to scroll through workouts,
press Start/Enter to select workout.
22 Cool Down Key – Press to end a workout by gradually
reducing speed and incline to prevent muscle soreness.
Each time the cool down key is pressed, the cool down
time is reduced.
23 My Workouts™ Key – Allows the user to access
My Workouts. Continue to press key to scroll through My
Workouts™, press Start/Enter to select workout. For
directions on how to create “My Workouts,” see
How to set up My Workouts™ section.
24 Custom Workouts Key – Includes 4 custom workouts
(T5-5) or 7 custom workouts (T7-0). Press Start/Enter to
select workout.
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19 Classic Workouts Key – Allows the user to access Life
Fitness classic preset workouts: Manual, Random, Hill
and EZ Incline™. Continue to press key to scroll through
workouts, press Start/Enter to select your workout.
21 Start/Enter Key – If pressed during initial start-up, a quick
start workout begins, which is a 30-minute manual
workout with a beginning speed of 0.5 MPH. The key can
also be used to select workouts and to select workout
attributes that the message center requests.
25 Up and Down Arrow Keys – Used to adjust time in
1-minute increments before or during the workout. Also
used to make adjustments in other programming menus.
26 0 – 9 Number Keys – Used to enter values while setting
up workouts and menus.
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How To Use: T5-5 / T7-0
How to Use the T5-5 / T7-0 Activity Zone
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How To Use: T5-5 / T7-0
T5-5 / T7-0 Activity Zone
The activity zone is the small console located below the main console. The intent of the activity zone is to put the
most used keys closer to the user to easily change data like speed and incline during the workout. This makes
the workout safer and more comfortable for the user. The T5-5 / T7-0 have an advanced activity zone with touch
sensitive keys and the Life Fitness GoSystem™ which enables the user to save their most used speed and incline
levels.
The following keys are included on the T5-5 / T7-0:
GoSystem™ Incline Keys – Three customizable incline
keys. These keys are preset at the factory (left to right) to
1.5%, 3% and 5%. To change the preset incline, you
must be in an active workout. When at your desired
incline press and hold one of the GoSystem™ incline keys
for three seconds and the current incline will be saved.
Stop Key – Gradually stops the treadmill.
• During a workout
– Press once and the workout will be paused.
– Press twice and the workout will end showing the
workout summary.
– Press three times and the workout is cleared.
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Safety Stop and Lanyard – The red magnetic key that
when pulled from the activity zone, immediately stops the
treadmill. The lanyard is attached to this key and should
be attached to the user during every workout. If the user
strays too far from the activity zone, the treadmill will
immediately stop as a safety precaution.
GoSystem™ Speed Keys – Three customizable speed
keys. These keys are preset at (left to right) to 2 MPH, 4
MPH and 6 MPH. To change the preset speed you must
be in an active workout. When at your desired speed
press and hold one of the GoSystem™ speed keys for
three seconds and the current speed will be saved.
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Speed Up Key – Increases speed by 0.1 MPH, your
treadmill’s maximum speed is 12 MPH.
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Speed Window – Displays the current speed in MPH.
Incline Up Key – Increases the incline by 0.5%, your
treadmill’s maximum incline is 15%.
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Incline Window – Displays the current incline percent.
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Incline Down Key – Decreases the incline by 0.5%, your
treadmill’s minimum incline is 0%.
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treadmill’s minimum speed is 0.5 MPH.
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How To Use: T5-0, T5-5, & T7-0
How to Use the Workouts
The T5-0, T5-5 and T7-0 have a number of pre-programmed workouts that have been developed by Life Fitness.
Each workout has a different goal. Read the workout descriptions carefully so that you can develop a workout
routine that focuses on reaching your specific goals.
The T5-0 has 12 workouts: Manual, Random, Hill, EZ Incline™, Sports Training-Time-Based Goal, 5K, 10K, Fat
Burn, Cardio, Heart Rate Hill™, Heart Rate Interval™, Extreme Heart Rate™.
The T5-5 has 15 workouts: Manual, Random, Hill, EZ Incline™, Sports Training-Time-Based Goal, 5K, 10K, Fat
Burn, Cardio, Heart Rate Hill™, Heart Rate Interval™, Extreme Heart Rate™, 30-Minute Walk, 45-Minute CrossTrain, 10,000 Step.
The T7-0 has 18 workouts: Manual, Random, Hill, EZ Incline™, Sports Training-Time-Based Goal, 5K, 10K, Sports
Training-Distance-Based Goal, Fat Burn, Cardio, Heart Rate Hill™, Heart Rate Interval™, Extreme Heart Rate™, 30Minute Walk, 3-Mile Jog, 45-Minute Cross-Train, 10,000 Step, Weight Loss.
HOW TO
The workout descriptions on the following pages all have headers labeled Beginner-Just Starting, Experienced-Fit,
and Advanced-Athlete. Beginner workouts are workouts designed for users just starting to workout on a treadmill
or just starting a workout routine. Beginner workouts have limited intensity adjustments. Experienced workouts are
workouts designed for users seeking a more challenging workout and have a strong fitness base. Advanced
workouts are designed for athletes training for cardiovascular endurance and special events.
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Manual Workout (Beginner – Just Starting)
T5-0, T5-5 and T7-0
Access: The manual workout can be started by pressing the
Start/Enter key during start-up or pressing one of the
GoSystem™ incline or speed keys during start-up. The workout
can also be started by pressing the Workout Profiles key on
the T5-0 or the Classic Workouts key on the T5-5 / T7-0 and
scrolling until MANUAL appears. You will then be asked to
input pre-workout information. Press Start/Enter to begin.
MANUAL WORKOUT
Description: The manual workout is a simple workout that has
no pre-defined intensity levels. The manual workout starts the
user at 0.5 MPH and 0% incline and allows the user to be in
complete control of their speed and incline.
HOW TO
Goal: This workout was designed for users that do not have
much experience on a treadmill and like to control all intensity
adjustments.
USER CONTROLS THE INTENSITY LEVEL
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Random Workout (Experienced – Fit) – T5-0, T5-5 and T7-0
Access: The Random Workout can be accessed on the T5-0 by pressing the
Workout Profiles key or on the T5-5 / T7-0 by pressing the Classic Workouts key
until RANDOM appears on the message center, then pressing Start/Enter.
Description: In this workout the console creates a terrain of different hills and
valleys. Over 1 million different patterns are possible. Adjustments of the Incline
are made to create hills/valleys. Speed is controlled by the user.
Goal: This workout was designed to provide the end-user
with unlimited workout variety. The goal of this workout is
to prevent workout boredom and improve motivation.
RANDOM WORKOUT
HOW TO
OVER ONE MILLION DIFFERENT HILL AND
VALLEY COMBINATIONS
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Hill Workout (Experienced – Fit) – T5-0, T5-5 and T7-0
Access: The Hill Workout can be accessed on the T5-0 by pressing
the Workout Profiles key or on the T5-5 / T7-0 by pressing the
Classic Workouts key until HILL appears in the message center, then
pressing Start/Enter.
HILL WORKOUT
Description: The Life Fitness patented Hill Workout is an
interval training workout. Intervals are periods of intense aerobic
exercise separated by regular periods of lower intensity exercise.
The workout profile window displays the high and
low intervals as columns of light, which together have the
appearance of hills and valleys. Incline adjustments are used to
simulate the hills/valleys and speed is controlled by the user.
The Hill Workout goes through four phases: Warm-Up, Plateau,
Interval Training and Cool Down.
WARM UP
PLATEAU
INTERVAL
TRAINING
COOLDOWN
HOW TO
1 Warm-Up: A phase of low, gradually rising resistance,
which brings your heart rate into the lower end of your
target zone to increase respiration and blood flow to
working muscles.
2 Plateau: Increases the intensity slightly and keeps it
steady, to bring your heart rate to the low end of your
target zone.
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3 Interval Training: A series of increasingly steeper hills, alternating with
valleys (periods of recovery). The heart rate should rise to the high end of
the target zone during this segment.
4 Cool-Down: A low intensity phase that allows the body to begin
removing lactic acid and other exercise by-products, which build up in
muscles and contribute to muscle soreness and fatigue.
HILL WORKOUT
Goal: The computerized interval training workout has been
scientifically demonstrated to promote greater cardio-respiratory
improvement than steady-pace training. The goal of this workout is to
improve cardiovascular endurance and break through fitness plateaus.
HOW TO
WARM UP
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INTERVAL
TRAINING
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EZ Incline™ Workout (Beginner – Just Starting)
T5-0, T5-5 and T7-0
Access: The EZ Incline Workout can be accessed on the T5-0 by pressing
the Workout Profiles key or on the T5-5 / T7-0 by pressing the
Classic Workouts key until EZ INCLINE is displayed in the
EZ INCLINE WORKOUT
message center, then pressing Start/Enter.
75% Time
Description: The EZ incline program consists of one hill. The
user determines the elevation of the peak during the workout
setup. This peak is reached after 75% of the workout time is
complete. Afterward the incline gradually returns to zero. This
program uses incline adjustments. Speed is controlled by the
user.
HOW TO
Goal: In this incline-based workout, the gradual changes in
0% TIME
elevation are extremely subtle, which lowers the perceived
exertion. This cardiovascular workout is effective, efficient and enjoyable at
the same time. The main goal of the workout is to improve cardiovascular
endurance without the stress of a rigorous workout.
100% TIME
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Sports Training-Time-Based Goal Workout (Experienced – Fit)
T5-0, T5-5 and T7-0
Access: The Sports Training Time Goal Workout can be accessed on the
T5-0 by pressing the Workout Profiles key or on the T5-5 / T7-0 by
pressing the Sports Training key until TIME GOAL is displayed in the
message center, then pressing Start/Enter.
HOW TO
Description: The Sports Training workout uses 1.5% incline as the
baseline, instead of the traditional 0% incline because Time Goal 1.5%
more accurately simulates running outdoors on flat ground. Anything
below a 1.5% grade is then used to simulate running down hill. The
inclines and declines last between 30 and 60 seconds. This program
uses incline adjustments to simulate outdoor conditions. Speed is
controlled by the user.
Goal: The design intent of this workout was to simulate
outdoor running. The goal of the workout is to help users
train for outdoor running.
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TIME-BASED GOAL WORKOUT
BASE-LINE 1.5% INCLINE
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Sports Training-Distance-Based Goal Workout (Experienced – Fit)
T7-0 only
Access: The Sports Training-Distance-Based Workout can be accessed
through the T5-5 / T7-0 by pressing the Sports Training key until
DISTANCE GOAL is displayed in the message center then press
Start/Enter.
BASE-LINE 1.5% INCLINE
HOW TO
Description: In this workout the goal is distance based so the
user must enter total desired miles during Workout Set-up.
Sports Training Distance Goal Workout uses 1.5% incline as the
baseline, instead of the traditional 0% incline because 1.5%
more accurately simulates running outdoors on flat ground.
Anything below a 1.5% grade is then used to simulate running
down hill. The inclines and declines last between 30 and 60
seconds. This program only uses incline adjustments to simulate
outdoor conditions. Speed is controlled by the user.
DISTANCE-BASED GOAL WORKOUT
Goal: The design intent of this workout was to simulate outdoor running.
The goal of the workout is to help users train for outdoor running.
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5K Workout (Advanced – Athlete) – T5-0, T5-5 and T7-0
Access: The 5K Workout can be accessed on the T5-0 by pressing the
Workout Profiles key or on the T5-5 / T7-0 by pressing the Sports Training
key until 5K is displayed in the message center then pressing
Start/Enter.
HOW TO
Description: The 5K uses the same theory as Sports Training by
using 1.5% incline as the baseline, instead of the traditional 0%. 1.5%
more accurately simulates running outdoors on flat ground. Anything
below a 1.5% grade is then used to simulate running down hill. The
inclines and declines last between 30 and 60 seconds. The difference
between 5K and Sports Training is that 5K is a distance-based
program. The workout ends when the user has completed 5
kilometers. This program only uses incline adjustments to simulate
outdoor conditions. Speed is controlled by the user.
Goal: The design intent of this workout was to better simulate
outdoor running for runners specifically training for a 5K race.
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5K WORKOUT
BASE-LINE 1.5% INCLINE
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10K Workout (Advanced – Athlete) – T5-0, T5-5 and T7-0
Access: The 10K Workout can be accessed on the T5-0 by
pressing the Workout Profiles key or on the T5-5 / T7-0 by
pressing the Sports Training key until 10K appears in the
message center then pressing Start/Enter
BASE-LINE 1.5% INCLINE
HOW TO
Description: The 10K uses the same theory as Sports Training
by using 1.5% incline as the baseline, instead of the traditional
0%. 1.5% more accurately simulates running outdoors on flat
ground. Anything below 1.5% grade is then used to simulate
running down hill. The inclines and declines last between 30
and 60 seconds. The difference between 10K and Sports
Training is that 10K is a distance-based program. The workout
ends when the user has completed 10 kilometers. This program
only uses incline adjustments to simulate outdoor conditions.
Speed is controlled by the user.
10K WORKOUT
Goal: The design intent of this workout was to better simulate
outdoor running for runners specifically training for a 10K race.
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Fat Burn Workout (Beginner – Just Starting)
T5-0, T5-5, and T7-0
Access: The Fat Burn Workout can be accessed on the T5-0 by pressing
the Workout Profiles key or on the T5-5 / T7-0 by pressing the HeartSync™
Workouts key until FAT BURN is displayed in the message
center then pressing Start/Enter.
HOW TO
Description: In all Heart Sync Workouts the user must wear a
chest strap or grasp the heart rate sensors (T7-0 only) for the
duration of the workout. This program uses incline adjustments
to increase and decrease heart rate. Fat Burn maintains the user
at 65% of the user’s theoretical maximum heart rate. The
console continuously monitors and displays the heart rate,
adjusting the incline level of the treadmill to reach and maintain a
target heart rate range. The incline will not change as long as
the user is between 60%–72% of their target heart rate.
Goal: The goal of the Fat Burn workout is to efficiently burn fat by
eliminating over- and undertraining and also maximizing the aerobic
benefits of exercise by using the body’s fat stores for energy.
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FAT BURN WORKOUT
65% THR
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10 Cardio Workout (Experienced – Fit) – T5-0, T5-5 and T7-0
Access: Cardio Workout can be accessed on the T5-0 by pressing the
Workout Profiles key or on the T5-5 / T7-0 by pressing the HeartSync™
Workouts key.
Goal: The goal of the Cardio workout is to place a heavier
workload on the heart muscle to emphasize cardiovascular
endurance and fat burning.
CARDIO WORKOUT
HOW TO
Description: The user must wear a chest strap or grasp the heart rate
sensors (T7-0 only) for this workout to adequately operate. This program
uses incline adjustments to increase and decrease heart rate.
Cardio maintains the user at 80% of the user’s theoretical
maximum heart rate. The console continuously monitors and
displays the heart rate, adjusting the incline level of the treadmill
to reach and maintain the target heart rate range.
The incline will not change as long as the user is between
72%–85% of their target heart rate.
80% THR
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11 Heart Rate Hill™ Workout (Experienced – Fit) – T5-0, T5-5 and T7-0
Access: Heart Rate Hill Workout can be accessed on the T5-0 by
pressing the Workout Profiles key or on the T5-5 / T7-0 by pressing the
HeartSync™ Workouts key, until HEART RATE HILL appears in the
message center then pressing Start/Enter.
Description: The user must wear a chest strap or grasp the heart
rate sensors (T7-0 only) for this workout to adequately operate. Heart
Rate Hill uses incline adjustments to increase and decrease heart rate.
This workout has a series of three hills and three valleys where the
duration of the hills and valleys is determined by the user’s heart rate.
HEART RATE HILL WORKOUT
3 MIN
1 MIN
1 MIN
1 MIN
1 MIN
1 MIN
1 MIN
90% THR 85% THR 95% THR 85% THR 100% THR 85% THR
HOW TO
The workout starts with a 3-minute warm-up. After warm-up, the intensity of the workout increases until the
user reaches 90% of their target heart rate, which is the first hill. Once the user reaches 90% of their target
heart rate, the program will hold the intensity level for 1 minute. When the hill is completed, the program
reduces the intensity and target heart rate goal to 85% to simulate a valley or recovery period. Once the user’s
heart rate drops to 85% of their target heart rate, the program will keep them at 85% for 1 minute. Next the
program will increase intensity until the user reaches 95% of their target heart. Once 95% target heart rate is
reached, the program holds at that intensity level for 1 minute. Next the program will decrease and hold the
user’s heart rate at 85% of their target heart rate for 9 minutes. Finally the program will increase intensity until
the user reaches 100% of their target heart rate, and it will be held for 1 minute. When the hill is completed, the
program reduces the intensity and target heart rate goal to 85% to simulate a valley or recovery period.
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Once the user's heart rate drops to 85% of their target heart rate, the
program will keep them at 85% for 1 minute. Next the program will
increase intensity until the user reaches 100% of their target heart rate.
Once 100% target heart rate is reached, the program holds at that intensity
level for 1 minute. This sequence continues for all three hills and
HEART RATE HILL WORKOUT
valleys. After the user completes the third hill and valley pair, the
3 MIN
1 MIN
1 MIN
1 MIN
1 MIN
1 MIN
1 MIN
program returns to the first hill and heart rate goal, and the
sequence repeats as long as the duration allows. The user’s
fitness level determines the number of hills and valleys
encountered. At the end of the duration, the workout enters a
cool down phase. Note that if the user does not reach a heart
rate goal after five minutes, the message center displays a
90 THR 85 THR 95 THR 85 THR 100 THR 85 THR
prompt to increase or decrease speed, depending on whether
the workout is in a hill or valley phase. The program does not
proceed to a new heart rate goal until the user reaches the current goal.
%
%
%
%
%
%
HOW TO
Goal: The design intent of the Heart Rate Hill workout was to develop a
program that adapts to the user’s fitness level. As a user becomes more fit
they will recognize that they are encountering additional hills and valleys in
the same workout duration. This is because the heart rate is recovering
more quickly during valleys.
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12 Heart Rate Interval™ Workout (Experienced – Fit)
T5-0, T5-5 and T7-0
Access: Heart Rate Interval Workout can be accessed on the T5-0 by
pressing the Workout Profiles key or on the T5-5 / T7-0 by pressing the
HeartSync™ Workouts key.
Description: The user must wear a chest strap or grasp the heart rate
sensors (T7-0 only) for this workout to adequately operate. This program
only uses incline adjustments to increase and decrease heart rate. This
program alternates between a hill that brings the target heart rate up to
100% and a valley that brings the target heart rate down to 90%.
HOW TO
The workout starts with a 3-minute warm-up. After warm-up, the
intensity of the workout increases until the user reaches 100% of their
target heart rate, which is the first hill. Once the user reaches 100% of
their target heart rate, the program will hold the intensity level for 3
minutes. When the hill is completed, the program reduces the intensity
and target heart rate goal to 90% to simulate a valley or recovery
period. Once the user’s heart rate drops to 90% of their target heart
rate, the program will keep them at 90% for 3 minutes. This sequence
continues for all three hills and valleys.
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HEART RATE INTERVAL WORKOUT
3 MIN
3 MIN
3 MIN
3 MIN
3 MIN
3 MIN
3 MIN
100% THR 90% THR 100% THR 95% THR 100% THR 95% THR
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After the user completes the third hill and valley pair, the
program returns to the first hill and heart rate goal and the
sequence repeats as long as the duration allows. The user’s
fitness level determines the number of hills and valleys
encountered. At the end of the duration, the workout enters a
cool down phase. Note that if the user does not reach a heart
rate goal after five minutes, the message center displays a
prompt to increase or decrease speed, depending on whether
the workout is in a hill or valley phase. The program does not
proceed to a new heart rate goal until the user reaches the
current goal.
HEART RATE INTERVAL WORKOUT
3 MIN
3 MIN
3 MIN
3 MIN
3 MIN
3 MIN
3 MIN
100% THR 90% THR 100% THR 95% THR 100% THR 95% THR
HOW TO
Goal: The design intent of the Heart Rate Interval workout was to develop
of program that adapts to the user’s fitness level and is more challenging
than the Heart Rate Hill workout. As a user becomes more fit they will
recognize that they are encountering additional hills and valleys in the
same workout duration. This is because their heart rate is recovering more
quickly during valleys.
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3 Incline is reduced to 0% and the treadmill slows to the walk speed.
When the heart rate falls to 75% percent of the target heart rate, it is
maintained for a stabilization period of 20 seconds.
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3 MIN
JOG
75% THR
t
t
WALK
100% THR
t
2 Treadmill accelerates to jog speed and incline increases until user’s
target heart rate is reached. Target heart rate is maintained for a
stabilization period of 20 seconds.
JOG
100% THR
t
HOW TO
1 Standard 3-minute warm-up.
100% THR
t
Description: The user must wear a chest strap or grasp the heart
rate sensors (T7-0 only) for this workout to adequately operate. This
workout uses speed and incline adjustments to adjust the user’s heart
rate. Extreme Heart Rate alternates between two target heart rates as
quickly as possible. The effect is similar to that of running sprints.
When setting up the workout, the user enters a target heart rate and
selects a walk speed and jog speed. Below is the detailed program
sequence.
EXTREME HEART RATE WORKOUT
t
Access: Extreme Heart Rate Workout can be accessed on the T5-0 by
pressing the Workout Profiles key or on the T5-5 / T7-0 by pressing
the HeartSync™ Workouts key.
WALK
JOG
WALK
75% THR
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4 The program repeats the alternating of speeds and incline levels
continuing this pattern throughout the duration. The user’s fitness level
determines the number of repetitions. At the end of the duration, the
workout enters a cool down phase. Note that if the user does not reach
a heart rate goal after five minutes, the message center displays a
prompt to increase or decrease speed, depending on whether the
workout is in a jog or walk phase. The program does not proceed to
a new heart rate goal until the user reaches the current goal.
EXTREME HEART RATE WORKOUT
JOG
t
t
WALK
100% THR
t
JOG
100% THR
t
t
100% THR
t
WALK
JOG
WALK
HOW TO
Goal: The design of this workout is sports specific. Extreme
Heart Rate simulates running up hills in order to improve the
strength of the user’s leg muscles. The goal of this workout is
to help advanced users break through fitness improvement
plateaus.
3 MIN
75% THR
75% THR
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14 30-Minute Walk Workout (Beginner – Just Starting)
T5-5 / T7-0 only
Access: 30-Minute Walk Workout can be accessed on the T5-5 /
T7-0 by pressing the Daily Workouts key.
Description: This program is ideal for beginning exercisers or
regular walkers. The workout is a time-based workout of 30
minutes. During the workout setup, the user must enter an effort
level. The effort level determines the % incline adjustments during
the workout. After selecting a level, a maximum speed between
2.0 and 4.5 MPH must be entered. That speed is used to
determine incremental walking speeds shown in the table below. Incline and
speed are adjusted in this workout.
HOW TO
At the start of this program, the treadmill runs for 5 minutes below the
selected speed. Afterward, the program automatically adjusts the speed in
0.5 MPH increments, and changes the incline percentages as seen in the
table below. The program concludes with a 5-minute cool down.
Note that the speed and level can changed at any time during the workout;
however, manual changes in speed are overridden by those scheduled in
the program.
Goal: The design intent of this workout is to simulate an outdoor walk.
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30-MINUTE WALK WORKOUT
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Time
0:00
5:00 – 7:30
7:30 – 10:00
10:00 – 12:30
12:30 – 20:00
20:00 – 22:30
22:30 – 25:00
25:00 – 27:30
27:30 – 30:00
Speed – Set Prior to Workout Start
Ð Decreases Speed by 1.0 MPH from Preset
Ï Increases Speed by 0.5 MPH
No Change
Ï Increases Speed by 0.5 MPH
No Change
Ð Decreases Speed by 0.5 MPH
No Change
Ð Decreases Speed by 0.5 MPH
No Change
Incline – Dependent on Level (1 to 20)
Ï Increases 0.8% to 11.4%
No Change
Ï Increases 0.9% to 13.0%
No Change
Ï Increases 1.0% to 14.5%
No Change
Ð Decreases 0.9% to 13.0%
No Change
ÐDecreases 0.8% to 11.4%
Example: User selects a maximum speed of 4.0 MPH and level 1.
Speed
Incline
0:00
3.0 MPH
0.8%
5:00 – 7:30
3.5 MPH
0.8%
7:30 – 10:00
3.5 MPH
1.7%
10:00 – 12:30
4.0 MPH
1.7%
12:30 – 20:00
4.0 MPH
2.7%
20:00 – 22:30
3.5 MPH
2.7%
22:30 – 25:00
3.5 MPH
1.8%
25:00 – 27:30
3.0 MPH
1.8%
27:30 – 30:00
3.0 MPH
1.0%
HOW TO
Time
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15 3-Mile Jog Workout (Experienced – Fit) – T7-0 only
Access: 3-Mile Jog Workout can be accessed on the T7-0 by pressing the
Daily Workouts key.
Description: This workout is an ideal next step for users who no longer
achieve a sufficient workout from the 30-Minute Walk program. This
workout is a distance-based workout of 3 miles. During the workout
setup, an effort level must be selected. The effort level determines the
% incline adjustments during the workout. After selecting an effort level,
a maximum speed between 4.0 and 7.0 MPH must be entered. That
speed is used to determine incremental jogging speeds shown in the
table below. Incline and speed are adjusted durng this workout.
HOW TO
At the start of the program, the treadmill runs for 5 minutes at 1.5 MPH below
the selected speed. Afterward, the program automatically adjusts the speed
and changes the incline percentage as seen in the table below. The program
concludes with a 5-minute cool down.
Note that the speed and level can be changed at any time during the
workout; however, manual changes in speed are overridden by those
scheduled in the program.
Goal: The design intent of the workout is to simulate an outdoor jog.
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Distance
0 miles
0.5 – 0.75 miles
0.75 – 1.0 miles
Speed (Dependent on Max Set Speed)
Ð Decreases Preset Speed by 1.5 MPH
Ð Decreases Speed by 0.5 MPH
Ï Increases Speed by 2.0 MPH
Incline – Dependent on Level (1 to 20)
Ï Increases 0% to 5.0%
No Change
1.0 – 1.25 miles
No Change
No Change
Ï Increases 0.5% to 6.6%
1.25 – 1.5 miles
Ð Decreases Speed by 2.0 MPH
Ï Increases Speed by 1.0 MPH
No Change
Ð Decreases 0% to 5.0%
No Change
Ï Increases 0.7% to 9.8%
ÐDecreases Speed by 1.0 MPH
Ï Increases Speed by 1.5 MPH
Ð Decreases 0% to 5.0%
No Change
Ï Increases 0.6% to 8.2%
1.50 – 1.75 miles
1.75 – 2.0 miles
2.0 – 2.25 miles
2.25 – 2.50 miles
2.50 – 2.75 miles
2.75 – 3.0 miles
No Change
ÐDecreases Speed by 1.5 MPH
Ð Decreases 0% to 5.0%
Example: User selects maximum speed of 7.0 MPH and level 1.
Speed
Incline
0 miles
6.0 MPH
0%
0.5 – 0.75 miles
5.5 MPH
0%
0.75 – 1.0 miles
7.0 MPH
0%
1.0 – 1.25 miles
7.0 MPH
0.5%
1.25 – 1.5 miles
5.0 MPH
0.5%
1.50 – 1.75 miles
6.0 MPH
0.5%
1.75 – 2.0 miles
6.0 MPH
1.2%
2.0 – 2.25 miles
5.0 MPH
1.2%
2.25 – 2.50 miles
6.5 MPH
1.2%
2.50 – 2.75 miles
6.5 MPH
1.8%
2.75 – 3.0 miles
5.0 MPH
1.8%
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Distance
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16 45-Minute Cross-Train Workout (Advanced – Athlete)
T5-5 / T7-0 only
Access: 45-Minute Cross-Train Workout can be accessed on
the T5-5 / T7-0 by pressing the Daily Workouts key.
Description: This workout alternates between user-selected
walking and jogging speeds, beginning with a walk-speed
interval. During workout setup, a walking speed between 2.0
MPH and 4.5 MPH (3.2 KPH and 7.2 KPH) must be selected as
well as a jogging speed between 4.0 MPH and 7.0 MPH (6.4
KPH and 11.2 KPH) must be selected.
HOW TO
Goal: 45-Minute Cross-Train was developed to reduce the risk
of stress-related injuries that can result from workouts limited to one,
repetitive activity. Competitive athletes use cross-training to keep their
bodies in premier condition between seasons or events, as well
as to prepare for competition.
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Time
Speed – Dependent on Set Walking Speed
0:00
Walking Speed
5:00 – 10:00
Jogging Speed
10:00 – 15:00
Walking Speed
Incline – Dependent on Level (1 to 20)
Ï Increases 0.8% to 11.4%
No Change
Ï Increases 0.9% to 13.0%
No Change
Ï Increases 1.0% to 14.5%
No Change
15:00 – 20:00
Jogging Speed
20:00 – 25:00
Walking Speed
25:00 – 30:00
Jogging Speed
30:00 – 35:00
Walking Speed
35:00 – 40:00
Jogging Speed
Ð Decreases 0.9% to 13.0%
No Change
40:00 – 45:00
Walking Speed
Ð Decreases 0.8% to 11.4%
Example: User selects a walking speed of 4 MPH, jogging speed of 7 MPH and level 1.
Speed – Dependent on Set Walking Speed
Incline – Dependent on Level
0:00
4 MPH
0.8%
5:00 – 10:00
7 MPH
0.8%
10:00 – 15:00
4 MPH
1.7%
15:00 – 20:00
7 MPH
1.7%
20:00 – 25:00
4 MPH
2.7%
25:00 – 30:00
7 MPH
2.7%
30:00 – 35:00
4 MPH
1.8%
35:00 – 40:00
7 MPH
1.8%
40:00 – 45:00
4 MPH
1.0%
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Time
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17 10,000 Step Workout (Beginner – Just Starting)
T5-5 / T7-0 only
Access: 10,000 Step Workout can be accessed on the T5-5 / T7-0 by pressing
the Daily Workouts key.
HOW TO
Description: This workout is based on reaching a goal of 10,000
steps. Since it is unrealistic that a user will attempt to walk
10,000 steps during one workout, the program will ask the user
to enter the amount of steps used for the day or the amount of
steps that will be used during the day. The program will then
subtract the amount of consumed steps from 10,000 and use
that number as the starting step number to count up to 10,000
steps. During the program, a periodic message will be scrolled
informing the user of the number of steps that have been
covered. A message will also be displayed when 10,000 steps has been
achieved. The workout will not cease once 10,000 steps has been reached.
Goal: The goal is to reach 10,000 steps. The 10,000 steps program was
developed to give people a guideline as to the ideal amount of steps that
should be consumed in a given day.
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How to Use the Workouts
18 Weight Loss Workout (Beginner – Just Starting) – T7-0 only
Access: Weight Loss workout can be accessed on the T7-0 by pressing
the Daily Workouts key.
Description: The Weight Loss workout was developed to take
the user through an interval training program specially developed
to burn fat. The program has three hills of the same intensity.
WEIGHT LOSS WORKOUT
Goal: The goal of this workout is to provide a move advanced fat
burning program.
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How to Use the User Menu
The User Menu is very important on the T5-0, T5-5 and T7-0. Many of the special features of your treadmill have
to be activated and managed through the user menu. To enter the user menu, press and hold the Start/Enter key
for three seconds during workout selection or boot-up.
T5-0 User Menu Navigation
HOW TO
1
Message center will display text
messages to help user to press
correct keys.
2
Scroll items and adjust values.
3
Press to move back in menus.
4
Press to select menu items and
press and hold to save.
5
Scroll menu items and adjust values.
6
Clears values. Press twice to exit
user menu.
1
4
2
5
3
8
7
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9
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T5-5 / T7-0 User Menu Navigation
1
Message center will display text
messages to help user to press correct
keys. Keys that are currently active and
can be pressed will be illuminated.
2
Press to select menu items and press
and hold to save values.
3
Press to move back in menus.
4
Press to scroll through menu items or
to adjust values.
5
Press to clear values or press multiple
times to exit user menu.
1
5
2
4
3
HOW TO
7
8
6
9
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How to Use the User Menu
Main User Menu Options – Below are the main user options on the T5-0, T5-5, and T7-0.
A
B
C
D
MY TREAD USERS
TREAD STATISTICS
TREAD SETTINGS
SOFTWARE VERSIONS
Navigating the User Menu Options
To access the user menu press and hold the Start/Enter key for three plus seconds when the display is in normal
workout select or startup. To exit the user menu press the Pause/Clear key three times. Press the Up/Down
arrow keys to scroll through menu items.
Navigating the My Tread Users
HOW TO
See the How to Use the My Treadmill Feature section for navigation and setup instructions.
Navigating Tread Statistics
To access Tread Statistics use the arrow keys to scroll to Tread Statistics and press Enter. To scroll through the
menu use the Up/Down arrow keys. In this menu statistics can only be viewed so there is no programming
involved. Press Pause/Clear twice to exit the menu.
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The following options can be scrolled through in TREAD STATISTICS
1
TOTAL HOURS
13 DISTANCE GOAL
2
TOTAL MILES
14 FAT BURN
3
BELT HOURS
15 CARDIO
4
BELT MILES
16 HEART RATE HILL
5
LIFT MINUTES
17 HR INTERVAL
6
MANUAL (Shows number of times workout
has been used)
18 EXTREME HR
7
RANDOM
20 3-MILE JOG (T7-0 only)
8
HILL
21 45-MINUTE CROSS TRAIN (T5-5/T7-0 only)
9
EZ INCLINE
21 10,000 STEP (T5-5/T7-0 only)
10 SPORTS TRAINING - (T5-5/T7-0 only)
19 30-MINUTE WALK
23 WEIGHT LOSS (T7-0 only)
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11 5K
12 10K
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Navigating Tread Settings
To access Tread Settings use the arrow keys to scroll to Tread Settings and press Enter. To Scroll through the
menu items use the Up/Down arrow keys. For all menus except Sleep/Attract Mode, press the Start/Enter key to
select a menu item, press Up/Down arrow keys to adjust an item, and hold the Start/Enter key for three seconds
to select and save changes. Once a change to a settings item is saved the message center will display “Change
Saved.” After the change is saved the display will move to the next settings menu option.
Navigating and Setting Up Sleep/Attract Mode
T5-0 Instructions
HOW TO
Press Start/Enter key to select and enter the Sleep/Attract Mode. At this point you will be able to choose Sleep
Mode or Attract Mode by using the arrow keys to scroll and by pressing and holding the Start/Enter key for three
seconds. The display will then show Change Saved and either Sleep Mode On or Attract Mode On. After this
step Change Time will be displayed. Use the Up/Down arrows to scroll to the desired time (1 - 99 minutes) and
press and hold Enter for three seconds to save the change. The display will show Change Saved.
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T5-5/T7-0 Instructions
Press Start/Enter key to select and enter the Sleep/Attract Mode. At this point you will be able to choose Sleep
Mode or Attract Mode by using the arrow keys to scroll and by pressing Start/Enter once to Make a Selection.
The console will then display Change Time. Use the Up/Down arrows to scroll to the desired time (1 - 99 minutes)
and press and hold Enter for three seconds to save the change. The display will show Change Saved.
HOW TO
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C
TREAD SETTINGS
HOW TO
1
SLEEP MODE/ATTRACT MODE – User can set the amount of time before the console goes into
sleep mode or attract mode. When the console is in sleep mode, only one LED stays active to
signify the unit is still turned on. The purpose of sleep mode is to turn off the LEDs after the
treadmill has been idle so that the lighting is not bothersome. Sleep mode can be enabled and
disabled. Attract mode can be thought of as a screen saver for your treadmill, where lights on
the console move in a manner that attracts interest. Sleep mode and attract mode cannot both be
disabled or enabled. One mode must be chosen.
2
ENG/MET MODE – Allows user to set speed and distance units in either miles or kilometers.
3
PAUSE TIME – Allows the user to set the amount of time the unit can be inactive before it reverts
back to the User Menu.
4
BEEPS ON/OFF – Allows the user to turn the audio on or turn the audio off.
5
HR TELEMETRY – Allows the user to enable or disable the wireless chest strap heart rate.
6
MARATHON MODE – Allows user to enable or disable the Marathon Mode.
7
WORKOUT TIMER – Allows the user to set the workout time to count down to the time entered
or to count up to the time entered.
8
WATTS SETTING – Allows user to view watts output during a workout. (Watts is a measure of
power output.)
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9
METS SETTING – Allows user to view METs during a workout. (METs is a unit of oxygen
consumption for measuring cardiovascular endurance.)
10 AUTO ENTER – Allows user to set the time before the console will automatically select Enter and
move to the next workout setup step.
11 BRIGHTNESS – Allows the user to adjust the brightness of the console lighting. There are 1–15
settings with 15 being the brightest.
12 SAFETY MODE – Safety mode was designed to ensure that the activity zone key pad cannot be
accidently pressed and start the belt running. Safety mode is preset to OFF but can be set from
1 - 99 minutes. When turned on the message PRESS START TO UNLOCK will be displayed in the
message center.
D
SOFTWARE VERSIONS
CONSOLE – Should only be used when product is serviced.
2
PART NUMBER – Should only be used when product is serviced.
3
MC – Should only be used when product is serviced.
4
LIFEPULSE – Should only be used when product is serviced.
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How to Use the My Treadmill™ Feature
What is My Treadmill?
My Treadmill allows 2–4 users to personalize the treadmill’s software around their body type, speed preferences,
incline preferences, and more. My Treadmill was designed so that a user can customize a My Tread Profile and
save all their personal information for quick workout start-up with personalized console settings.
Selecting a My Treadmill Profile
My Treadmill profiles are set up through the User Menu. To gain access to the User Menu, press and hold the
Start/Enter key for three seconds on the Select Workout screen. Scroll to the setting named MY TREAD USERS
and press Enter. The next display will show “My Tread = On” or “My Tread = Off”. On this screen make sure My
Tread is “On” by using the arrows to scroll between “On” and “Off”. Once “My Tread = On” is displayed press and
hold the Start/Enter key for three seconds to save and advance to the next screen. The next screen will display
“My Tread 1”, use the arrows to scroll through all of the My Tread options and press the Start/Enter key to select
one. By selecting a My Tread Profile you will be able to modify all of the settings.
HOW TO
My Treadmill Settings
In the My Tread Settings Menu use the Up/Down arrows to scroll between all of the options below. In order to
select and edit a settings option press the Start/Enter key when the name appears in the message center. Once in
the editing mode use the Up/Down arrows to modify the settings and press and hold Start/Enter for three seconds
to save and advance to the next option. To exit at any time press the Pause/Clear key three times.
1 Change Name – Allows user to program a name between 4 and 16 characters. Use arrow keys to change
characters and press Enter to move to the next character. Press cool down key to move back and press and hold
Enter key to save name.
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2
User Weight – Allows user to program their current weight.
3
User Age – Allows user to program their current age.
4
User Level – Allows user to program level.
5
User Default Speed – Allows user to customize the workout start-out speed. This is the speed in which a
workout immediately starts. It is important to keep this setting low for safety reasons. The speed is factory
preset to 0.5 MPH.
6
GoSystem™ Low Incline Setting – Allows user to individually set their favorite low incline setting.
7
GoSystem Mid Incline Setting – Allows user to individually set their favorite mid incline setting.
8
GoSystem High Incline Setting – Allows user to individually set their favorite high incline setting.
9
GoSystem Walk Speed Setting – Allows user to individually set their favorite walk speed setting.
HOW TO
10 GoSystem Jog Speed Setting – Allows user to individually set their favorite jog speed setting.
11 GoSystem Run Speed Setting – Allows user to individually set their favorite run speed setting.
12 User Distance Goal – Allows user to program their preferred distance goal for the sports training
distance-based goal.
13 User Time Goal – Allows user to program their preferred time goal for the sports training time-based
goal workout.
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How to Use the My Workouts Feature
My Workouts
My Workouts are user presets that allow you to set all workout setup information (age, weight, time, etc.) for a
specific workout and then save it with a personalized name. The intent of My Workouts is to reduce the time it
takes to start a workout and allows you to save and track your favorite workouts. My Workouts are different from
My Treadmill Profiles because they are specific to only one program.
The My Treadmill feature on the T5-0 allows the user to save 4 personalized My Workouts. The T5-0 My
Workouts are factory preset with the names My Workout 1, My Workout 2, My Workout 3 and My Workout 4, but
all names can be adjusted.
The My Treadmill feature on the T5-5 / T7-0 allows the user to save 7 My Workouts. The T5-5 / T7-0 My
Workouts are factory preset with the names Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and
Sunday.
HOW TO
There are two basic steps to editing a My Workout. The first step is to edit the name of the My Workout. The
second step is to edit the actual workout. There is also an option to view statistics, although statistics can only be
viewed once a My Workout has been completed. Statistics displays how many times you have executed that
specific My Workout.
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How To Create My Workouts
Step 1: Press the MY WORKOUTS key on the main display to enter and scroll through available My Workouts you want to create or edit.
Step 2: Press and hold the ENTER key for 3+ seconds on the desired My Workout to enter the editing mode.
Step 3: Use the SPEED UP/DOWN or the INCLINE UP/DOWN arrow keys to scroll through one of the following editing options:
Edit Name, Edit Workout,
View Statistics.
Edit Name
Edit Workout
Edit Name allows you to customize the name of
your My Workout using a 16 character alphanumeric name. For more information on what keys
to use to modify the name read the below section.
Edit Workout allows you to choose a workout and
save all setup steps so that it is quick and
convenient to access a workout.
Step 4: After selecting Edit Name, the message
center will display PRESS ARROW KEYS TO
MODIFY CHARACTERS AND ENTER KEY TO
SELECT CHARACTERS. Enter the desired
name using the SPEED UP/DOWN arrows or
the INCLINE UP/DOWN arrows. To move back
to previous characters press the COOL DOWN
key.
NOTE: To quit the programming sequence and
return to the Select Workout Screen, press the
PAUSE/CLEAR key. The message center will
display REPROGRAMMING ABORTED.
NOTE: If a blank character is needed, scroll to the
blank character in the alpha-numeric character
list and press enter to select.
Note: If not logged into a My Tread Profile
please follow directions for Steps 5 and 6.
Step 5: The message center will display ENTER
WEIGHT. Enter weight using UP/DOWN arrow
keys and press ENTER to save.
View Statistics
View Statistics allows you to view the number of
times the My Workout has been used.
Step 4: After selecting View Statistics, the
message center will display the My Workout
name along with the number of times the My
Workout has been used.
HOW TO
Step 5: To save the name, press and hold the
ENTER key for 3+ seconds. The message
center will display NAME SAVED when
complete. Once the name is saved, the console
will return back to the Select Workout Screen.
To Edit Workout or View Statistics start at
Step 1.
Step 4: After selecting Edit Workout, the message
center will display SELECT WORKOUT NOW.
The following keys can be used to scroll through
available workout options: SPORTS TRAINING
WORKOUTS, DAILY WORKOUTS, CLASSIC
WORKOUTS, and HEART RATE WORKOUTS
keys. Repeatedly press these keys to scroll
through all workout options within the key. Press
the ENTER key to select the workout.
Step 8: The message center will display ENTER
SPEED. This is the speed at which the treadmill
wil begin the program. Enter speed using
UP/DOWN arrow keys and press ENTER to
save. The message center will display
WORKOUT SAVED and the console will return
to the select workout screen. To Edit Name or
View Statistics start at Step 1.
Step 6: The message center will display ENTER
TIME. Enter time using UP/DOWN arrow keys
and press ENTER to save.
Step 7: If in a non-heart rate training program, the
message center will display ENTER INCLINE or
ENTER LEVEL. If in a heart rate training
program, the message center will display
ENTER AGE and ENTER TARGET HEART
RATE. Make the adjustments using the
UP/DOWN arrow keys and press ENTER to
save.
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How to Use the Custom Workouts Feature
Custom Workouts
Custom workouts are workouts that can be designed by the user. The T5-0 has 1 custom record, the T5-5 has
2 custom intervals and 2 custom records, and the T7-0 has 3 custom intervals and 4 custom records.
There are 2 types of custom workouts.
Custom Interval
• Custom interval allows the user to customize a workout by adjusting speed and incline or target heart rate in
time intervals.
• First select the duration of the workout. The number of intervals is always 30, so the length of each interval
equals the selected duration divided by 30. Each interval is identified by the time at which it occurs during
the workout.
HOW TO
• If Speed/Incline is selected, the MESSAGE CENTER displays each interval, identified as the time at which
the interval occurs. For each displayed interval, enter a speed and enter an incline grade. Press Enter to
confirm each selection. After values are selected for all 30 intervals, the MESSAGE CENTER displays the
statement, “CUSTOM WORKOUT COMPLETED.” Press Pause/Clear to return to Select Workout screen.
If Target Heart Rate is selected, the MESSAGE CENTER displays each interval, identified as a numeral from
1 to 30. For each displayed interval, enter a target heart rate. Press Enter to confirm each selection. After
values are selected for all 30 intervals, the MESSAGE CENTER displays the statement, “CUSTOM
WORKOUT COMPLETED.” Press Pause/Clear to return to Select Workout screen.
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Custom Record
• Custom record allows the user to adjust a Life Fitness workout while exercising and save those changes.
• The user can either select a manual or heart rate program.
• The user can make speed/incline or heart rate changes to the program and press ENTER to save the
changes.
• 20+ adjustments can be saved in the console.
HOW TO
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How To Create Custom Workouts
Step 1: Press the CUSTOM WORKOUTS key on the main display to enter and scroll through available Custom
Workouts you want to create or edit.
Step 2: Press and hold the Enter key for 3+ seconds on the T5-0 and the Custom Workouts key on the T5-5
and T7-0 to enter the editing mode for the desired custom workout. Use the Up/Down arrows to
choose either a Custom Record or Custom Interval.
Note:
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There are two types of custom workouts that can be created, Custom Record Workouts and Custom
Interval Workouts. A description of each is noted below. Both the SPEED UP/DOWN and the INCLINE
UP/DOWN arrow keys can be used throughout the custom workouts editing mode to scroll through
options and increase/decrease variables unless noted otherwise in the setup steps.
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Custom Record
To create a Custom Record Workout after Steps 1 and 2. The user will enter his/her workout data and need to complete their
entire Manual or Heart Rate workout. The changes made throughout the workout will be saved by pressing ENTER, allowing
the user the option of repeating the workout at another time. The Manual and Heart Rate workouts allow the user to control
different workout settings. The Manual Workout allows the user to change their speed and incline, while the Heart Rate
Workout allows the user to change their desired target heart rate and the treadmill will adjust speed and incline to reach the
User’s Target Heart Rate.
Step 3: The message center will display SELECT WORKOUT USING ARROW KEYS. Press ENTER to select a Custom
Record Manual Workout or Heart Rate Workout.
YOU CHOOSE:
Custom Record - Heart Rate
Step 4: Enter weight using up/down arrows.
Press ENTER to save.
Step 5: Enter time using up/down arrows.
Press ENTER to save.
Step 6: Enter age using up/down arrows.
Press ENTER to save.
Step 7: Change or accept target heart rate.
Press ENTER to save.
CAUTION: Upon pressing enter the belt will start moving.
Step 8: The workout will begin. Throughout the workout make
Target Heart Rate adjustments using the UP/DOWN Incline
arrows on the T5-0 and the numeric keypad on the T5-5/T7-0.
Press Enter after each Target Heart Rate adjustment to save.
Step 9: After completing a workout and exiting cool down
mode the message center will display WORKOUT SAVED.
HOW TO
Custom Record - Manual
Step 4: Enter weight using up/down arrows.
Press ENTER to save.
Step 5: Enter time using up/down arrows.
Press ENTER to save.
Step 6: Enter speed using up/down arrows.
Press ENTER to save.
CAUTION: Upon pressing enter the belt will start moving.
Step 7: The workout will begin. Throughout the workout,
make speed adjustments using the SPEED UP/DOWN
arrows or incline adjustments using the INCLINE
UP/DOWN arrows to create your Custom Workout.
Press ENTER after each Speed or Incline adjustment
to save the change.
Step 8: After completing a workout and exiting cool down
mode the message center will display WORKOUT SAVED.
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Custom Interval
A custom interval workout can be created without going through an actual workout. The custom interval workout will take the
time entered and divide it into 30 equal time intervals in which speed/incline or target heart rate can be selected. There are
two optional types of custom interval workouts, Speed/Incline Workout and Heart Rate Workout. After completing
Step 1 & Step 2 continue with the following steps.
Step 3: Enter workout time using up/down arrows. Press ENTER to save. The time will be split into 30 equal time intervals.
The time of each interval will be displayed in the message center.
Step 4: The message center will display SELECT CUSTOM WORKOUT INTERVAL TYPE USING ARROW keys. Use the
arrow keys to select a Custom Interval Speed/Incline Workout or Heart Rate Workout, press ENTER.
NOTE: Depending on which type of Custom Interval workout is selected there are separate setup steps.
YOU CHOOSE:
HOW TO
Custom Interval - Speed/Incline
Step 5: Enter your speed using the SPEED UP/DOWN
arrow keys and enter incline using the INCLINE
UP/DOWN arrows on the lower control pad for each of
the 30 intervals. Press ENTER to save changes.
Step 6: After the 30th interval has been programmed
and saved the message center will display
CUSTOM WORKOUT COMPLETED.
Step 7: Press PAUSE/CLEAR to return to the Select
Workout Screen.
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Custom Interval - Heart Rate
Step 5: Enter your Target Heart Rate for each of the 30
intervals using the UP/DOWN keys on the lower control
pad. Press ENTER to save changes.
Step 6: After the 30th interval has been programmed and
saved the message center will display CUSTOM
WORKOUT COMPLETED.
Step 7: Press PAUSE/CLEAR to return to the Select
Workout Screen.
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How to Immobilize the Treadmill
Each treadmill can be immobilized, which means that the main motor and incline motor cannot be used.
The treadmill can only be immobilized from the Start Up screen by pressing a certain key sequence.
Please refer to key sequences below:
• T5-0: Hold down the Speed Down key and press Stop
• T5-5 / T7-0: Hold down the Speed Down key and press Cool Down
To get the treadmill out of immobilization mode, repeat the above key sequence.
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How to Use the FlexDeck® Select Feature
The T7-0 is the only Life Fitness treadmill with the FlexDeck
Select feature. The FlexDeck Select feature was designed to
give users the feeling of running outdoors on different surfaces
in addition to providing users with the ability to customize the
cushioning to their preferences. The FlexDeck Select feature has
3 different settings: Standard, Firm and Hard. The standard
FlexDeck setting provides the most cushioning, giving a feeling
similar to running outdoors on grass or soil. The firm FlexDeck
STANDARD
setting provides additional shock absorbers to increase the
firmness of the deck during foot plant. The firm setting simulates the feeling
of running outdoors on a rubber track. The hard FlexDeck setting again
provides additional shock absorbers to simulate the feeling of running
outdoors on pavement.
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FIRM
HARD
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How to Center and Tension the Striding Belt
After the treadmill has been installed and leveled, the belt must be checked to confirm
proper tracking. First, plug the power cord into a suitable outlet. See the topic titled
Electrical Requirements, which appears earlier in this manual, for details. Then, turn
the treadmill ON.
Stand on the side rails of the treadmill and straddle the belt. Press the QUICK START
key and increase the speed to 4.0-MPH (6.4KPH) using the SPEED UP ARROW key.
A
A
If the striding belt moves to the right, turn the right tension bolt (A) a quarter-turn
clockwise with provided 6mm Allen wrench, and then turn the left tension bolt a
quarter-turn counter-clockwise (see Figure).
This sets the striding belt tracking back to the center of the roller.
If the striding belt moves to the left, turn the left tension bolt a quarter-turn clockwise
and then turn the right tension bolt a quarter-turn counter-clockwise to start striding
belt tracking bock to the center of the roller.
B
B
HOW TO
Repeat adjustments until the striding belt appears centered. The belt should be centered on the roller with an equal distance
of approximately 5/8" (B) on both sides from the belt to end of roller. Allow the machine to continue running for several
minutes to observe if the tracking remains stabilized.
If the striding belt is slipping or feels loose then the belt needs to be tightened. Turn the right tension bolt (A) and
left tension bolt (B) a quarter-turn clockwise to tighten. If still loose turn both tension bolts a quarter-turn clockwise.
NOTE: Do not exceed one full turn of the adjusting screws in either direction. If, after one full turn, the belt does not track properly,
contact Customer Support Services. The phone numbers are listed in How to Obtain Service section.
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Preventative Maintenance Tips
The Life Fitness T-Series treadmill is backed by the engineering excellence and reliability of Life Fitness and is
one of the most rugged and trouble-free pieces of exercise equipment on the market today. Commercial Life
Fitness treadmills are among the most popular of aerobic trainers, regularly standing up to marathon use — 18
hours a day, 7 days a week — in health clubs, colleges and military facilities the world over. This same
technology, engineering expertise, and reliability has gone into the Life Fitness T-Series treadmills.
NOTE: Safety of the equipment can be maintained only if the equipment is examined regularly for damage or
wear. Keep the equipment out of use until defective parts are repaired or replaced. Pay special attention to parts
that are subject to wear, as outlined below.
The following preventive maintenance tips will keep the Life Fitness treadmill operating at peak performance:
• Clean the display console and all exterior surfaces regularly with mild soap and water
or a mild household cleaner. DO NOT use paper towels, ammonia or acid based cleaners.*
• Check operation of the Emergency Stop System once a week.
• Check the operation of the Stop Key once a week.
• Inspect and vacuum the area under unit regularly.
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*NOTE: When cleaning the exterior of the unit, a non-abrasive cleaner and soft cotton cloth are strongly
recommended. At no time should cleaner be applied directly to any part of the equipment; use non-abrasive
cleaner on a soft cloth and then wipe the unit.
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• Wipe accumulated dust from rear support brace located underneath the rear roller.
Be sure the treadmill belt is not moving at this time.
• Vacuum around the striding belt regularly to keep debris from accumulating.
• Inspect exterior parts regularly for wear, particularly the striding belt and deck.
• Check the position (centering) and tension of the striding belt.
• Check the power cord for damage once a month.
For optimum operation, the belt should be centered on the roller with an equal distance of approximately 5/8"
on both sides from the belt to end of roller. If the striding belt travels beyond this position, see How to Center
the Striding Belt page in the How To section or contact Life Fitness Customer Support Services for proper
alignment instructions, 1-800-328-9714 (USA).
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Troubleshooting T5-0, T5-5, and T7-0
1 Q. Why can’t I adjust the FlexDeck® on my T7-0?
A. If the product was tilted on its side where the FlexDeck select bracket is located, then there is a
possibility that the bracket has been bent. This can cause the FleckDeck adjustment mechanism to
malfunction. Please call customer service.
2 Q. Why do I hear a rubbing noise from the belt?
A. The belt could be off-centered. Please see the instructions on the How to Center the Striding Belt page
in the How To section in the user manual to correct this problem.
3 Q. The console display looks strange or has an error message and is not functioning.
A. Unplug the unit to reset the console and then plug it back in. Do this multiple times if console error
message still appears. If the problem still exists please call customer service.
4 Q. Why does the treadmill say “PLEASE WAIT” and nothing happens?
A. Your treadmill has not reset to its home position at 0% incline. Reach under the motor pan on the treadmill’s
left side, and press the white home switch protruding through the motor pan. This should return the treadmill
to 0% and the message center should go to normal start-up.
5 Q. Keys will not respond when I press them?
A. Make sure you press in the center of the button where the Touch Sensitive Technology is engaged.
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6 Q. My treadmill keeps going into a mode where the message center displays “PRESS START TO UNLOCK”
A. Your treadmill is in safety mode. This lock feature prevents someone from accidentally starting the treadmill by
unintentionally pressing a button. You can go into the User Menu to disable this feature or extend the length of
the time it takes for this feature to turn on. Please refer to the User Menu section of the manual.
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7 Q. My treadmill keeps going into a mode where everything is off except for one light.
A. Your treadmill is in sleep mode where only one LED is lit. This feature is to show that the treadmill is still
on but not in use. You can go into the User Menu to disable this feature or extend the length of the time it
takes for this feature to turn on. Please refer to the User Menu section of the manual.
8 Q. There is a lot of noise coming from the motor area.
A. First make sure that the motor cover is properly installed and screwed down. If there continues to be
noise please contact customer service.
9 Q. My Lifepulse™ contact heart rate sensors are not reading my heart rate correctly.
A. If the heart rate reading is erratic or missing, do the following:
• Dry the hands if necessary to prevent slipping.
• Apply hands to all four sensors; two in each hand.
• Grasp the sensors firmly.
• Apply constant pressure around the sensors.
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10 Q. My Polar® heart rate chest strap is not reading my heart rate correctly.
A. If the heart rate reading is erratic or absent entirely, do the following:
• Repeat the electrode wetting procedure. The electrodes must be wet to pick up and transmit accurate
heart rate readings.
• Make sure the electrodes are flat against the skin.
• Wash the belt transmitter regularly with mild soap and water.
• Make sure the chest strap transmitter is within three feet (91 centimeters) of the heart rate receiver.
• The Polar heart rate chest strap is battery operated and will eventually stop functioning. If the chest
strap transmitter battery is depleted, contact Life Fitness Customer Support Services at 1-800-351-3737
for instructions on how to have the chest strap replaced.
11 Q. My heart rate reading is erratic or extremely high.
A. When exercising with the Polar heart rate chest strap, the user may come within range of electromagnetic
signals strong enough to cause abnormally elevated heart rate readings. Possible sources of such signals include:
• Television sets and/or antennas, cell phones, computers, cars, high voltage power lines and motor
driven exercise equipment.
• Another heart rate transmitter within three feet (91 centimeters) may also cause abnormal heart rate readings.
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How to Obtain Product Service
1
Verify the symptom and review the operating instruction. The problem may be unfamiliarity with the product
and its features and workouts.
2
Locate and document the serial number of the unit. The serial number plate is located on the front stabilizer,
below the shroud.
3
Contact Customer Support Services via the Web at www.lifefitness.com, or call the nearest Customer
Support Services group:
For Product services within the United States and Canada:
Telephone: (+1) 847.451.0036
Fax: (+1) 847.288.3702
Toll-free telephone: 800.351.3737
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For Product Service Internationally:
Life Fitness Europe GmbH
Telephone: (+49) 089.317.751.66
Fax: (+49) 089.317.751.38
Life Fitness Asia Pacific Ltd
Telephone: (+852) 2891.6677
Fax: (+852) 2575.6001
Life Fitness (UK) LTD
Telephone: (+44) 1353.665507
Fax: (+44) 1353.666018
Life Fitness Latin America and Caribbean
Telephone: (+1) 847.288.3964
Fax: (+1) 847.288.3886
Life Fitness Atlantic BV
Life Fitness Benelux
Telephone: +31 (0) 180 64 66 66
Fax: +31 (0) 180 64 66 99
Life Fitness Brazil
Telephone: (+55) 11.7295.2217
Fax: (+55) 11.7295.2218
Life Fitness Italia S.R.L.
Telephone: (+39) 0472.835.470
Fax: (+39) 0472.833.150
Toll-free telephone: 800.438836
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Life Fitness Vertriebs GmbH
Telephone: (+43) 1615.7198
Fax: (+43) 1615.7198.20
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Life Fitness Japan
Telephone: (+81) 3.3359.4306
Fax: (+81) 3.3359.4307
Life Fitness Iberia
Telephone: (+34) 93.672.4660
Fax: (+34) 93.672.4670
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Warranty Information
What is Covered:
This Life Fitness consumer product (“Product”) is warranted to be free of all defects in material and
workmanship.
Who is Covered:
The original purchaser or any person receiving a newly purchased Product as a gift from the original purchaser.
How Long is it Covered:
Residential: All electrical and mechanical components and labor are covered, after the date of purchase, as listed
on the following chart.
Non-Residential: Warranty void (this Product is intended for residential use only).
Who Pays Shipping & Insurance for Service:
If the Product or any warranted part must be returned to a service facility for repairs, Life Fitness will pay all
shipping and insurance charges during the warranty period (within the United States only). The purchaser is
responsible for shipping and insurance charges after the warranty has expired.
What We will do to Correct Covered Defects:
We will ship to you any new or rebuilt replacement part or component, or at our option, replace the Product.
Such replacement parts are warranted for the remaining portion of the original warranty period.
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What is Not Covered:
Any failures or damage caused by unauthorized service, misuse, accident, negligence, improper assembly or
installation, debris resulting from any construction activities in the Product’s environment, rust or corrosion as a
result of the Product’s location, alterations or modifications without our written authorization or by failure on your
part to use, operate and maintain the Product as set out in your User Manual (“Manual”). All terms of this
warranty are void if this Product is moved beyond the continental borders of the United States of America
(excluding Alaska, Hawaii and Canada) and are then subject to the terms provided by that country’s local
authorized Life Fitness Representative.
What You Must Do:
Retain proof of purchase (our receipt of the attached registration card assures registration of purchase
information but is not required); use, operate and maintain the Product as specified in the Manual; notify
Customer Service of any defect within 10 days after discovery of the defect; if instructed, return any defective
part for replacement or, if necessary, the entire Product for repair. Life Fitness reserves the right to decide
whether or not a product is to be returned for repair.
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User Manual:
It is VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU READ THE MANUAL before operating the Product. Remember to perform
the periodic maintenance requirements specified in the Manual to assure proper operation and your continued
satisfaction.
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Product Registration:
Register online at www.lifefitness.com/registration. Our receipt assures that your name, address and date of
purchase are on file as a registered owner of the Product. Failure to return the card will not affect your rights under
this warranty.Being a registered owner assures coverage in the event you lose your proof of purchase. Please retain
your proof of purchase, such as your bill of sale or receipt.
How to get Parts & Service:
Simply call Customer Service at 1-800-351-3737 or (+1) 847-288-3300, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m. central Standard Time, and tell them your name, address and the serial number of your Product (consoles
and frames may have separate serial numbers). They will tell you how to get a replacement part, or, if necessary,
arrange for Service where your Product is located.
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Exclusive Warranty:
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND EITHER EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND ALL OTHER OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES ON OUR PART. We
neither assume nor authorize any person to assure for us any other obligation or liability concerning the sale of this
Product. Under no circumstances shall we be liable under this warranty, or otherwise, of any damage to any person
or property, including any lost profits or lost savings, for any special, indirect, secondary, incidental or consequential
damages of any nature arising out of the use of inability to use this Product. Some states do not allow the exclusion
or limitation of implied warranties or of liability for incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or
exclusions may not apply to you. Warranties may vary outside the U.S. Contact Life Fitness for details.
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Changes in Warranty Not Authorized:
No one is authorized to change, modify or extend the terms of this limited warranty.
Effect of U.S. State Laws:
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may have other rights which vary from state to state.
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Model
Frame
Lifesprings™
Motor
Parts
Labor
T5-0
Lifetime
Lifetime
10 Years
7 Years
1 Year
T5-5
Lifetime
Lifetime
10 Years
7 Years
1 Year
T7-0
Lifetime
Lifetime
10 Years
7 Years
1 Year
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T5-0
T5-5
T7-0
Design Use
Home
Home
Home
Maximum User Weight
400 lbs or 180 kg
400 lbs or 180 kg
400 lbs or 180 kg
Speed Range
*0.5 MPH to 12.0 MPH in
0.1 increments
*0.5 MPH to 12.0 MPH in
0.1 increments
*0.5 MPH to 12.0 MPH in
0.1 increments
Elevation Range
0% to 15% in 0.5%
increments
0% to 15% in 0.5%
increments
0% to 15% in 0.5%
increments
Motor
3.0 HP MagnaDrive™ V3 motor 3.0 HP MagnaDrive™ V3 motor
3.0 HP MagnaDrive™ V3 motor
Lift Motor
Maximum Duty Cycle of
operation is 1 minute on
and 5 minutes off
Maximum Duty Cycle of
operation is 1 minute on
and 5 minutes off
Maximum Duty Cycle of
operation is 1 minute on
and 5 minutes off
Rollers
2.0" Rollers
2.0" Rollers
2.5" Rollers
Belt
60" Long x 22" Wide, Multi-Ply 60" Long x 22" Wide, Multi-Ply 60" Long x 22" Wide, Multi-Ply
(152 cm x 56 cm)
(152 cm x 56 cm)
(152 cm x 56 cm)
Deck
Cushioned with Lifesprings
Cushioned with Lifesprings
Cushioned with Lifesprings
Handrail
Ergo cross-bar with
side hand rail
Ergo cross-bar with
side hand rail
Ergo cross-bar with
side hand rail
Workouts
Quick Start/Manual, Random,
Hill, EZ Incline, Sports
Training-Time-Based, 5K, 10K,
Fat Burn, Cardio,Heart Rate
Hill, Heart Rate Interval,
Extreme Heart Rate
Quick Start/Manual, Random,
Hill, EZ Incline, Sports TrainingTime-Based, 5K, 10K, Based,
Fat Burn, Cardio,Heart Rate
Hill, Heart Rate, Interval,
Extreme Heart Rate, 30-Minute
Walk, 45-Minute Cross-Train,
10,000-Steps
Quick Start/Manual, Random,
Hill, EZ Incline, Sports TrainingTime-Based, Sports TrainingDistance-Based, 5K, 10K, Fat
Burn, Cardio, Heart Rate Hill,
Heart Rate Interval, Extreme
Heart Rate, 30-Minute Walk, 3Mile Jog, 45-Minute Cross-Train,
Weight Loss, 10,000-Step
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*Actual top speeds may vary based on user weight.
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SPECIFICATIONS
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SPECIFICATIONS
T5-0
T5-5
T7-0
Custom Workouts
1
4
7
Levels
20 levels
20 levels
20 levels
Telemetry Heart Rate
Yes
Yes
Yes
Lifepulse Contact Heart Rate No
No
Yes
Accessory Tray
Yes. Removable and
dishwasher safe.
Yes. Removable and
dishwasher safe.
Yes. Removable and
dishwasher safe.
Water Bottle Holders
Yes. Removable and
dishwasher safe.
Yes. Removable and
dishwasher safe.
Yes. Removable and
dishwasher safe.
Console Style
Basic
Deluxe
Deluxe
Control Pad Style
Basic
Deluxe
Deluxe
Workout Profile Window
7 x 15
10 x 24
10 x 24
Display
16 character message center
16 character message center
and 2 LED windows
16 character message center
and 2 LED windows
Warranty
Lifetime frame and Lifesprings, Lifetime frame and Lifesprings,
10 year motor, 7 year parts,
10 year motor, 7 year parts,
and 1 year labor
and 1 year labor
Lifetime frame and Lifesprings,
10 year motor, 7 year parts,
and 1 year labor
Physical Dimensions
80.25" L x 32" W x 59" H
80.25" L x 32" W x 59" H
80.25" L x 32" W x 59" H
Shipping Dimensions
90.25" L x 35.5" W x 20.5" H
90.25" L x 35.5" W x 20.5" H
90.25" L x 35.5" W x 20.5" H
Shipping Weight
360 lbs
380 lbs
380 lbs
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