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HC10TVTM
OWNER’S MANUAL
Table of Content
Page
Content -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------02
1. Components Check -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------03
2. Overview Drawing --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------04
2-1 Computer Console -------------------------------------------------------------------------------05
2-2 Software Update Slot ------------------------------------------------------------------------------06
2-3 Wire Rod and Power Switch -----------------------------------------------------------------------07
2-4 Running Belt and Side Incline Base -----------------------------------------------------------------08
3. Caution
3-1 Caution -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------09
3-2 Electrical Power Requirement --------------------------------------------------------------------------11
3-3 Leveling Adjustment -------------------------------------------------------------------------------12
3-4 Power Switch ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------12
3-5 Centering The Belt ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------13
3-6 Emergency Stop System (Emergency) -------------------------------------------------------14
4. Assembly Instruction
4-1 Pre-Assembly Check List --------------------------------------------------------------------------16
4-2 Assembly Steps ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------18
5. Computer
5-1 Display Inter face Description ---------------------------------------------------------------------20
5-2 Key Instructions-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------22
5-3 Bottle Holder and Utilities Tray -------------------------------------------------------------------25
5-4 Operation Instructions-----------------------------------------------------------------------------26
6. Workouts (Programs) -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------27
Heart Rate Monitoring ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------29
7. Video Operation Instructions-------------------------------------------------------------------------34
8. Program Project Figure L1-L10 Speed/Incline Comparison Table---------------------------------43
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1. Components Checking
Check the following fittings after opening the box. If there is anything missing, please contact with
the local dealer.
Right Upright x1
Left Upright x1
Computer
Console x1
Parts kit
x1
Frame x1
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2. Overview Drawing
Fan Vent
Touch Sensor Console
Hand Grip Pulse
Bottle Holder
Emergency Button
Handrail
Running Belt
Anti-Slip Pad
Frame Assembly
Adjustment Foot Pad
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2-1
Computer Console
Fan Adjust to change the wind direction.
Touch-Sensitive Computer
Please refer to 5-1 Computer
Struction about the details.
MP3 Input/Earphone Output
Bottle Holder
Please refer to 5-3 Cup
Holder and Stuff Holder
about the details
Utility Tray
Please refer to 5-3 Bottle
Holder and Utility Tray
about the details.
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Emergency Button
Please refer to 3-6
Emergency Stop
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2-2
Software Update Slot
TV Software Update Slot
Open the cover back of the computer and
insert the wire to update software.
(If need, please contact with the dealer)
C-SAFE Slot
Update the software by RJ45 port at
the back of the computer.
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2-3
Wire Rod and Power Switch
Wire Rod System
Coil the extra power cord on this to tidy it
up.
CAUTION !
Don’t carry the treadmill by this as it will
bend.
Power Socket
Power Switch
Circuit Breaker
Power Switch
Circuit Breaker
If the current goes over the rated value, it will reset automatically.
After 10 minutes, the pressure will go back to the preset value.
Bounce Automatically
Power Socket
Pay attention to the voltage of the socket (110V or 220V).
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2-4
Running Belt and Side Incline Base
Caution
Running Belt
Keep hands away from the running belt while the treadmill is running. If
service needs to be done near this area, turn the treadmill off and unplug
the unit first.
Caution
Lateral Incline Base
Keep hands away from the front end of the treadmill and elevation arm. If
service needs to be done near this area, turn the treadmill off and unplug
the unit first.
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3. Caution
3-1
Important Safety Instructions
Warning:
To reduce the risk of burn, fire, electric shock, or physical injury, please read the
important safety instructions and product information carefully before starting to use this
product. The owner of the treadmill should take on the responsibility to make sure that all
the users can fully understand the cautions and important safety instructions
•
Before starting any exercise/fitness program you should consult with your healthcare
professional.
•
Please operate the treadmill according to this manual. Do not use any attachment or
replacement part not recommended in order to avoid accidents or injury.
•
Put the treadmill on a flat floor; keep the area 2 meters (6 feet) behind the treadmill clear. Do
not put the treadmill in a position where circulation of air can be blocked. Ideally put a rubber
mat under the treadmill to prevent the floor or carpet from damage and to help to avoid dust
getting into the treadmill.
•
When choosing the position of the treadmill, please be sure there is an outlet with a dedicated
circuit near that position.
•
Put the treadmill indoors to keep it free from moisture and dust. Do not use near pools or other
areas of high humidity.
•
Do not operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used or where oxygen is thin.
•
Do not let children under 12 years old use the treadmill without supervision. Close supervision
is necessary when used by invalids, disabled persons and children.
•
This treadmill’s maximum load is 400 pounds or 180 kg.
•
The treadmill is only for one person to use. Keep all loose clothing including shoe laces and
towels away from moving parts. Use proper athletic shoes, do not use with heals, cleats or
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spikes on shoes.
•
Connect the product to a properly grounded dedicated outlet only. Do not connect other
appliances to the same outlet or circuit.
•
Before stepping on the treadmill, please stand on the anti-slip pads on either side of the
treadmill frame. Step on the treadmill after it begins to run. this will avoid unnecessary initial
loads.
•
Before using the treadmill, please examine every part first.
•
Never drop or insert any objects into any vent of the treadmill.
•
Always follow the important safety instructions before connecting the treadmill to the
grounded outlet.
•
Keep the power cord far away from incline wheels. Do not put the power cord under the
treadmill and never use a damaged power cord. If cord becomes damaged it must be replaced
with a factory replacement by a qualified service company or electrician.
•
Always unplug this product from the electrical outlet before cleaning or maintenance of the
treadmill. The maintenance of the treadmill should be performed by an authorized person.
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Treadmill Operation Instruction
When you are prepared to use the treadmill, do not stand on the running belt. Before starting the
treadmill, first turn on the power, gold the handrails and then step on the treadmill. Stand on the
protection strips and then press "START" to start. When the motor is running at low speed, move
your feet to the center of the frame. Remember to clip the safety key on the waist which will make
the treadmill stop immediately when you tumble or feel uncomfortable. Don’t try to start the
treadmill at high speed and jump to it. When emergency, you can hold the front or lateral handrail
and move you feet off the running belt to the protection strips.
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3-2 Power Requirement
This treadmill needs special power supply:
Power Voltage(V)Frequency(HZ) Rated Current(A)
100
50/60
18
120
50/60
18
200
50/60
9
220
50/60
9
230
50/60
9
240+
50/60
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A dedicated outlet is REQUIRED for this treadmill. The hot, neutral and ground wires must
each be routed independently (not looped or tied to other circuits.
This product must be properly grounded to prevent damage from a lightning strike. Improper
connection of the grounding conductor can also result in a risk of damage from a lightning strike.
Check with a professional electrician or serviceman if you doubt whether the product is properly
grounded. If the grounding plug on the product does not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet
installed by a qualified electrician.
Grounding plug
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3-3 Leveling Adjustment
An uneven floor may cause the treadmill to rock while it is running. Adjust the leveling feet as
follows to make the unit stable.
The method of adjustment is as follows:
1. Turn A counter-clockwise to loosen it.
2. Adjust B to a proper height.
3. Turn A clockwise to tighten it.
4. The same adjustment is used for each side.
3-4 Power Switch
The Power Switch is on the bottom panel of the treadmill. 1 means on, 0 means off.
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3-5 Centering The Belt
After installing and leveling the treadmill, check the belt to ensure that it is tracking properly.
First, plug the power cord into an appropriate dedicated outlet. Then, turn the treadmill ON.
Have one person stand on the anti-slip pads on either side of the treadmill frame. Do not stand
on the running belt at this time. Press the QUICK START key, and increase the speed to 4.0
mph (6.4kph).
If the striding belt moves to the right while it is running:
Turn the right tension bolt a quarter-turn clockwise, and then turn the left tension bolt a
quarter-turn counter-clockwise. See the illustration below. Allow the treadmill to run for 5
minutes.
This action should set the striding belt tracking back to center of the roller, if not, repeat
process.
If the striding belt moves to the left while it is running:
Turn the left tension bolt a quarter-turn clockwise and then turn the right tension bolt a
quarter-turn counter-clockwise. Allow the treadmill to run for 5 minutes. This action should set
the striding belt tracking back to center of the roller, if not, repeat process.
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. Check with a qualified service company.
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3-6
Emergency Stop System
This treadmill is equipped with the safety system. The emergency stop button is shown on the
drawing.There are two ways to make the treadmill stop emergently:
1.
Press the safety key
Press safety key, the treadmill will stop running
immediately
2.
Pull out the rope
Pull out the below rope to stop it.
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Caution:
When flapping on /press the safety key, the part tied by the below rope will protrude.
If the treadmill returns to start/ready status, please press the protuberant part.
Press the protruded part back
The treadmill will return to the start/ready status.
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4. Assembly Instructions
Please read the instructions carefully before assembling the unit,then choose a flat position to start.
4-1 Pre-Assembly Check List
ITEM
A
B
C
D
Description
Computer Console
Frame
Left Handrail
Right Handrail
16
Qty
1
1
1
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Parts kit
ITEM
a
Hex Screw M10xP1.5x70
Qty
8
b
Hex Screw M8XP1.25x15
4
c
d
e
Description
Hex Wrench
5mm x 80mm x 80mm
Hex Wrench
6mm x 80mm x 80mm
Hex Wrench
10mm x 65mm x120mm
1
1
1
f
Bushing Wrench + Screwdriver
1
g
h
i
Hex Screw M8XP1.25x20
Washer Ø8 xØ19 x 3.0
Spring Washer M8
2
2
2
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4-2 Assembly Steps
TV Cable(Lower)
AV Extension Wire(Lower)
Control Wire Port
Upper Motor Cover
Washer
Spring Washer
Philips Screw
Philips Screw
Hex Screw
Running Belt
Philips Screw
Philips Screw
Frame Assembly
Two people should finish the assembly steps.
(Caution!! Please follow exactly the assemly steps below to aviod injury.)
1.
First, loosen the Philips Screws (altogether 10cpcs) which fix the upper motor cover on the Frame(B), remove the
upper motor cover. Pull out the control wire with the guide threads attached in the left and right upright, and
then feed it into the side hole of the left and right upright. then fix slightly Upright(C,D) on the frame with
screw(a). Tighten Hex screw(g), and then tighen screw(a).At last put back the upper motor cover and tighten it
with Philips Screw (h).
Note: 1.When assembling the Upright, one person should hold the Upright to prevent it from falling.
2. Before installing the upper motor cover, be sure that there are no tools or screws droped into the frame.
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TV Cable(Upper)
AV Extension Wire(Upper)
Computer Grounding Wire
Computer Control Wire
AV Extension
Wire(Lower)
TV Cable(Lower)
Upright Control Wire
Frame Grounding Wire
1. Put the Computer Console (A) on the upper part of the Uprights(C,D) on the assembled
Frame(B), and connect the uprights control wire with computer control wires. Last, tighten the
computer console with Hex Screw(b) on the upper part of uprights.
2. After confirming the assembly is finished, operate the treadmill accoding to the operation
instructions.
Note: 1. When tigthening the screws, pay attention to whether it pinches the inner tube control
wire.
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5. COMPUTER
D
J
C
E
I
I
B
I
K
I
A
I
F/G/H
The treadmill provides users with a simple and easy-to-use interface. User can enter settings and
exercise targets through the computer.
5-1 Display Interface Description
A -Program Main Window:
(1) The curve shows the value of incline and speed throughout programs. At bottom left
chart, the upper chart indicates incline and speed for a complete workout session and
data be updated once every minute. The below chart is real-time data which be updated
once every 5 seconds.
(2) Bottom center image shows present program and setting to be entered
(3) It shows TV or AV images.
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B - Display of time, incline and speed information:
Workout time and incline/speed value will display on dashboard. A green grid will be lit
every 60 seconds. If all grids are filled, it will start again from the 1st green grid. If speed
increases 1KPH, a yellow grid will be lit. If incline increase 1level, a blue grid will be lit.
C –Heart Rate Value
The heart rate value will display (Range: 50-240BPM). It displays user’s heart rate by using
either contact handpulse or chest belt.(
left icon will blink during detecting, if
heart rate is not shown after 20 seconds, please make sure whether you grasp hand pulse
properly or not)
D -Calorie Value
This icon indicates Calorie (Range: 0-999Kcal). A yellow grid will be lit after every
50Kcal is consumed.
E -Distance/Speed/Incline Value
Total distance during workout, unit: km (or mile)
Adjusted speed during workout, unit: km/h (or mile/h)
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5-2
Key Instructions
F -QUICK START:
1 - Enter manual run
After pressing this key, motor runs at the lowest speed 0.8KPH (0.5MPH). Incline
will return 0% automatically. During workout, users can adjust the incline and speed.
2 -Restart motor
Under pause status, if pressing this key again, the motor will gradually resume to
previous setting speed.
G -Stop and Emergency Stop
1 -Pause/stop during workout
Press this key once can pause treadmill during workout. The speed will slowly
decrease until treadmill is complete ceased, however, incline will stay where it is. Press
this key twice, machine will return to start/ready status and all of workout data will
recount.
2 -Emergency Key (safety device)
Emergency key is tied with clip by string. During workout, it should clip on cloth. You
can pull the string to stop the treadmill during workout.
H –Incline and Speed Fast Control
1 - Increase inclination angle while workout
Press to increase incline while workout. Maxumun:15%,Step 1%. (Set LEVEL when in
PROGRAM)
2 - Decrease inclination angle while workout
Press to decrease incline while workout. Minimum: 0%,Step 1%. (Set LEVEL when in
PROGRAM)
3 - Increase speed while workout
Press to increase speed while workout. Maximum: 25 Kph,Step 0.1 Kph.
4 - Decrease speed while workout
Press this key to decrease speed while workout. Minimum: 0.8Kph,Step 0.1 Kph.
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I -Touch Keys
Turn on or turn off vedio function which includes
AV/TV/CATV/DTV/MP3.
:After turning on the video, press this key to adjust the volume or
channel.
:After the motor starts, press this key to adjust speed or incline.
:Start treadmill directly.
: Stop treadmill immediately or leave the present menu and then revert
to start/ready status.
Pause motor.
:Under DTV mode, this icon will appear. Press to show DTV menu
:Press this key to start or stop the fan.
:Increase setting.
:Confirm setting.
:Decrease setting.
Note: Some of keys are functionable under certain programs when “click” sound is heard. On
the contrary, if some of the keys do not repond a “click sound, that mean these keys are not
functionable to specific setting.
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◎Device Instruction
J - Fan Vent
Adjust vent up and down.
K - Sound Output/Input Jack
Built-in jack can insert MP3 player or earphone for playing and listening music.
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5-3 Bottle Holder and Utility Tray
Computer console has cup holder (A) and two utility trays (B) in which you can put a MP3
player, mobile phone etc.
B
Utility Tray
A
Bottle Holder
Grasp the lower brim of bottle and turn left, then
pull out the bottle holder to clean
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5-4 Operation Instructions
1. Turn on the treadmill.
2. You will hear a sound after 5 seconds which means start/ready menu is loaded, then you
hear a sound again after 5 seconds, press any key, than ”beep” can be heard, at this time,
treadmill is ready to run.
3. You can press OFF or ON to switch screen between menu, bar chart and TV.
4. Press safety key, and the screen will display
, at this time, motor will stop and
user should press the protruded part back to return start/ready status.
5. Press
key during workout and the treadmill will stop (this will not affect TV
function). The pause time is not limited. If you want to continue workout, press
key. If you like to stop, press
key again for returning to start/ready status.
key twice for returing to start/ready status.
6. During program, press
7. The default weight is 70KG (150LBS) when you start the treadmill. Once user changes
the setting, weight for all programs will change accordingly before restart the treadmill.
8. During any program, the treadmill will automatically adjust the speed and incline
according to selected program. When the SAFETY KEY is taken off and then replaced, it
will not make reposition action anywhere it is. You need to press start key to perform the
incline to reposite it.
9. When power on, it will not make reposition action anywhere it is. You need to press start
key to perform the incline to reposite it.
10. Under start/ready status, continuously press stop key for 5 seconds, it will make reposition
action anywhere it is.
** Heart rate table for different age:
HEART BEATS/MIN
170
150
120
20
166
146
117
25
162
143
114
30
OVER
MIDDLE
LOW
157
137
111
35
153
135
108
40
149
131
105
45
26
145
128
102
50
140
124
99
55
136
120
96
60
132
116
93
65
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6. Workouts ( Programs )
z MANUAL Mode
Under start/ready status, press QUICK START key to start the program. The default weight
70 kg will be used for calculating calorie consumption. Under this mode, you can press
speed/incline key to adjust the incline and speed of the treadmill. Initial incline is 0 % and
initial peed is 0.8 KPH. Default Time is 0 min.
z Program Mode
HRC(Chest belt must be used):
The purpose of this program is self-training based on heart rate. The first 2 min is warm up
period. Initial speed is 3.0KPH and incline is 5%. After warm up penod,incline resumes to
0% and heart rate will be measured every 5sec, During the training, when runner’s heart rate
achieves the target, speed and incline will keep within a certain range for best training result.
On the contrary, motor will automatically increase/decrease or incline will ascend/descend for
some time to keep heart rate in target range for the best training result.
Heart rate is key index during workout. You can analyze whether the cardiovascular exercise
is effective or not. Heart rate differs from person to person, so the ideal heart rate is also
different. (Heart rate is heartbeats in one minute and the heartrate has upper and lower limit.)
Calculation:Lower limit of heart rate:(220-age)x60%
You should control the intensity of workout in proper level. Once you feel uncomfortable or
dizzy, it is maybe too severe and then you have to slow down gradually.
Built-in heart rate receiver will detect the heart rate signal after starting the program. If signal
is not detected in 30 sec, the warning will display and motor will stop immediately. (Safety
mechanism)
After selectione, program will require you to input the following setting:
(1).
:Default : 70 kg(150LBS),Range:23~180 kg(50~400LBS).Press
or
next setting.
(2).
to select the setting you need. Press
:Defalut : 30,Range:13~80. Press
you need. Press
(3).
or
into the
to select the setting
into the next setting.
:The program will require you to input heart rate as per ages entered.
The target value can be calculated according to the built-in formula.
Please refer to below table and select the value. You can press
or
to adjust the upper limit of heart rate value. If you don’t make any
change, press
next selection.
(4).
, program will adopt the default value and enter
:Default : 20min,Range:20~99min. Press
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Press
to confirm. Program will start immediatelly.
** Age and default heart rate for HRC:
BPM
Age
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
BPM
Age
H
Preset
L
197
196
195
194
193
192
191
190
189
188
187
186
185
184
183
182
181
181
124
124
123
122
122
121
121
120
119
119
118
118
117
116
116
115
115
114
124
124
123
122
122
121
121
120
119
119
118
118
117
116
116
115
115
114
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
BPM
Age
H
Preset
L
180
179
178
177
176
175
174
173
172
171
170
169
168
167
166
165
164
163
113
113
112
112
111
110
110
109
109
108
107
107
106
106
105
104
104
103
113
113
112
112
111
110
110
109
109
108
107
107
106
106
105
104
104
103
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
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BPM
Age
H
Preset
L
162
162
161
160
159
158
157
156
155
154
153
152
151
150
149
148
147
146
103
102
101
101
100
100
99
98
98
97
97
96
95
95
94
94
93
92
103
102
101
101
100
100
99
98
98
97
97
96
95
95
94
94
93
92
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
H
Preset
L
145
144
143
143
142
141
140
139
138
137
136
135
134
133
92
91
91
90
90
90
90
90
90
90
90
90
90
90
92
91
91
90
89
89
88
88
87
86
86
85
85
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Heart Rate Monitoring
A. Hand Sensor System
During exercises, grasp the stainless steel sensors on the front handrail to check your
heart rate. Two sensors are located on each of the handrails. Contact must be maintained
with all four sensors to obtain a heart rate. The console displays a heart rate within 20 to
30 seconds of contact with the sensors.
Do not attempt to grasp the sensors at speeds above 4.5 MPH, or 7.2 KPH. For these
speeds, the use of a heart rate chest strap is recommended.
B. The Optional Heart Rate Chest Strap
The treadmill is equipped with a heart rate chest strap sensor, a heart rate monitoring
system in which electrodes, pressed against the skin, transfer heart rate signals to the
treadmill console. These electrodes are attached to a chest strap that the user wears during
the workout. The chest strap is optional, contact with your dealer to purchase.
Figure: Correct Positioning of the Strap and Wearing Method
See the upper drawing for correct positioning of the strap. The electrodes (A), which are the
two grooved surfaces on the underside of the strap, must remain wet to transmit accurately the
electrical impulses of the heart back to the receiver. Moisten the electrodes. Then, secure the strap
as high under the chest muscles as possible. The strap should be snug, but comfortable enough to
allow for normal breathing. The transmitter strap delivers an optimal heart rate reading when the
electrodes are in direct contact with bare skin. It functions properly through a thin layer of wet
clothing. If it becomes necessary to re-moisten the chest strap electrodes, grasp the center of the
strap, pull it away from the chest to expose the two electrodes, and re-moisten them. During the
setup of a heart rate zone training workout, the user will be required to enter a start-up speed. If a
heart rate chest strap is not detected, the maximum allowable speed is 4.5 mph(7.2km). If a heart
rate chest strap is detected, the maximum speed is 15.6mph(25Km)
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9 HOLE RUN:
This program is based on 3500m, after you run for 3500m, the program is completed, and then the
treadmill will stop. This program simulates the terrain of a golf course,the intensity will be decided by
the change of incline.
After user selects this program, screen will require the user to input the following setting.
:Default : 70 kg,Range:23~180 kg,Step is 1 kg. After selection,
into the next setting.
press
:Default : LV 1,Range:1~10 LV,Step is 1 LV. After selection,
press
and the treadmill will start.
◎ Please refer to the attached table for L1-L10 profile.
5K RUN:
This program is based on 5000m, after you run for 5000m, the program is completed, and
then the treadmill will stop.
After selection, screen will require the user to input the following setting.
:Default: 70 kg,Range:23~180 kg,Step is 1 kg. After selection,
press
press
into the next setting.
:Default: LV 1,Range:1~10 LV,Step is 1 LV. After selection,
and the treadmill will start.
◎ Please refer to the attached table for L1-L10 profile.
CALORIE GOAL:
The purpose of this program is to burn calories. User can set a target calorie to burn the
excessive fat from your body to keep in good shape.
After user selects this program, screen will require the user input the following setting:
:Default: 70 kg,Range:23~180 kg,Step is 1 kg. After selection,
press
into the next setting.
:Default: 150cal,Range:40~280 cal,Step is 1 cal. After selection,
press
press
into the next setting.
:Default: LV 1,Range:1~10 LV,Step is 1 LV. After selection,
and the treadmill will start.
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◎ Please refer to the attached table for L1-L10 profile.
AEROBIC:
The aerobic is cardiovascular exercise and to improve blood circulation in your body. Large
amount of oxygen will be consumed as metabolism during aerobic exercise, for example,
walking, swimming, playing tennis, biking and dancing. Aerobic exercise will burn dextrose
and fat, so it is good way to loose fat. For exercise, the energy is from burning glycogen and
dextrose initially, fat will be burned after 20 minutes of exercise, and so if you want to loose
weight, your exercise should continue for more than 30 minutes.
After user selects this program, screen will require to input the following setting:
:Default: 70 kg,Range:23~180 kg,Step is 1 kg. After selection,
press
into the next setting.
:Default: LV 1,Range:1~10 LV,Step is 1 LV. After selection,
press
into the next setting.
:Default is 20 min;Time Range:20~99 min,Step is 1 min. After
selection, press
and the treadmill will start.
◎ Please refer to the attached table for L1-L10 profile.
HIGHLAND RUN:
The treadmill will stay at higher incline (highland trekking) for interval training. After user
selects this program, screen will require to input the following setting:
:Default: 70 kg,Range:23~180 kg,Step is 1 kg. After selection,
press
into the next setting.
:Default: LV 1,Range:1~10 LV,Step is 1 LV. After selection,
press
into the next setting.
:Default is 20 min;Time Range:20~99 min,Step is 1 min. After
selection, press
and the treadmill will start.
◎ Please refer to the attached table for L1-L10 profile.
HILL INTERVALS:
Incline of the treadmill will be changed constantly during the workout (hill interval). After
user selects this program, screen will require to input the following setting:
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:Default: 70 kg,Range:23~180 kg,Step is 1 kg. After selection,
into the next setting.
press
:Default Value: LV 1,Range:1~10 LV,Step is 1 LV. After
selection, press
into the next setting.
: Default is 20 min;Time Range:20~99 min,Step is 1 min. After
selection, press
and the treadmill will start.
◎ Please refer to the attached table for L1-L10 profile.
FAT BURN:
In comparison with CALORIE GOAL and AREOBIC, this program is focused on muscles
training and burning fat, hence the incline and speed is more intensive. After user selects this
program, screen will require the user the following setting
:Default: 70 kg,Range:23~180kg,Step is 1 kg. After selection,
press
into the next setting.
:Default: LV 1,Range:1~10 LV,Step is 1 LV. After selection,
press
into the next value setting.
:Default is 20 min;Time Range:20~99 min,Step is 1 min. After
selection, press
and the treadmill will start.
◎ Please refer to the attached table for L1-L10 profile.
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※Error Code:( Please contact with local dealer to solve the problem)
:Can’t read the speed feedback.
:Incline motor can’t work within the ADC range.
:Incline is higher or lower(out of range).Should be self-correction
automatically after restart the treadmill.
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7. Video Operation Instructions
1. Under start/ready status or treadmill is running, press
/
key to turn on/off.
2. After turning on video, it will automatically switch to TV screen (default); you can switch
between TV, video and music. See below.
/
(optional)
3. Analogue TV: there are CATV (Coaxial cable), TV (Antenna) for selection. You can select
only one TV mode each time. Set-up is also available for further setting.
4. AV:to watch video by connecting DVD player through RGB with treadmill.
TV:to watch analogue TV by connecting TV cable with treadmill.
CATV:to watch analogue cable TV by connecting TV cable with treadmill.
DTV:to watch digital TV by connecting TV cable with treadmill.
MP3:to listen MP3 by plugging in jack
Attention:
When TV screen is not clear or no TV signal, please check cables, signal strength and TV
setting.
◎Analogue TV Set-Up Procedure
STEP1.
Hold up STOP key for 10 sec, after hearing beep sound twice, press SPEED▲ to enter set-up
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STEP2.
After entering set-up, screen below will pop up
STEP3.
Press
key to enter screen below, then select your TV system.
STEP4.
After selecting TV system, press TV or CATV key (marked in red)
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STEP5.
Pressing
key for auto scan that will take about (1) minute to complete.
STEP6.
After completion of auto scan, press
key, then a beep sound comes up. 5 sec later, screen
will automatically return to start/ready status.
STEP7.
Power on and then power off treadmill to save setting.
STEP8.
Under start/ready status, press
key, then switch to
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STEP10. Adjust VOLUME ▲▼; select CHANNEL ▲▼
STEP11. If TV signal is from cable, press
key to watch cable TV (Photo below)
※ In analogue TV, if TV channels are lacking or screen is not responsive when touch, please
check signal strength should be 60-75 dBuV up to turner board. If signal strength is correct,
please rescan again (STEP1). If problems still persist, please contact with your dealer or local
TV company.
◎ Remarks
In set-up, you can switch unit between km/h and ml/h or check software/hardware information.
STEP1. Hold up
key for 10 sec, then the next screen pop up (below)
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STEP2.Press
key again, or press +/-to switch unit.
Control software version
Touch panel software version
Unit (0000:MPH;0001:KM/H)
STEP3. Once unit is set, press
key twice to leave set-up and return to start/ready status.
Should any difficulty come up during set-up, please power off and power on machine first or
alternatively, please contact with your dealer.
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◎Digital TV Set-Up Procedure (DTV is optional)
Screen below will pop up when DTV is set first time.
STEP1. Select your country by touching CHANNEL▲▼ (below photo)
STEP2. Move cursor down to language by touching VOLUME▲▼, then select language by
touching CHANNEL▲▼
STEP3. Press
key to start auto scan. (Below photo)
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STEP4. Once auto scan is completed 100%, channels will be saved (Below photo) and turns
automatically to DTV screen.
STEP5. Adjust VOLUME ▲▼; select CHANNEL ▲▼.
STEP6. Touch
icon to show or close weekly DTV programs. (Below photo)
STEP7.
Touch CHANNEL▲▼ to show TV program from Monday to Sunday; touch VOLUME▲▼ to
show daily TV programs; Touch
key to show the channel organizer table(Below photo),
then touch VOLUME▲▼ to choice channel ,Touch
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※Attention:
When DTV setting is incorrect or no DTV signal, step4 screen will show the main menu because
of the scanning defeat,Please restart or return to page of the STEP1 according to the STEP9 way,
and re-set step1~step4 until setting is completed.
STEP8.
In the case to re-set main menu, hold up
below screen will pop out,.
(Touch
key for 10~15sec (under DTV image screen),then
key can cancel the step and return to the screen of weekly TV programs)
STEP9.
touch CHANNEL▲▼ to select “factory default”, then touch
key to confirm, Warning
window for reverting to factory default will pop up, touch CHANNEL▲▼ key to select yes;
Touch
key to confirm. Screen will return to STEP1.
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(We strongly recommend not entering other setting screen, please touch
key to finish
setting)
※Attention:
In DTV, if there are lacking channels, no signal or screen lag, please check signal strength should
be 60~75dBuV up to turner board. If signal strength is correct, please enter the main menu (STEP
8) to reset again. If problems still persist, please contact with your dealer or local TV company.
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8. Project Figure L1-L10 Speed/Incline Table
9 Holes
9 hole Run Program Level 1
9 hole Run Program Level 2
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
1
31
2
1.6
1
1
4
1.6
1
31 2
1.6
1
1.6
1
32
2
1.6
1
2
4
1.6
1
32 2
1.6
1
2
1.6
1
33
2
1.6
1
3
4
1.6
1
33 2
1.6
1
4
2
1.6
1
34
2
1.6
1
4
4
1.6
1
34 2
1.6
1
5
2
1.6
1
35
2
1.6
1
5
0
1.6
1
35 4
1.6
1
6
2
1.6
1
36
0
1.6
1
6
4
1.6
1
36 4
1.6
1
7
2
1.6
1
37
2
1.6
1
7
4
1.6
1
37 4
1.6
1
8
2
1.6
1
38
2
1.6
1
8
4
1.6
1
38 4
1.6
1
9
0
1.6
1
39
2
1.6
1
9
4
1.6
1
39 6
1.6
1
10 2
1.6
1
40
2
1.6
1
10 6
1.6
1
40 6
1.6
1
11 2
1.6
1
41
2
1.6
1
11 6
1.6
1
41 6
1.6
1
12 2
1.6
1
42
2
1.6
1
12 6
1.6
1
42 8
1.6
1
13 2
1.6
1
43
2
1.6
1
13 6
1.6
1
43 6
1.6
1
14 2
1.6
1
44
2
1.6
1
14 8
1.6
1
44 6
1.6
1
15 2
1.6
1
45
4
1.6
1
15 4
1.6
1
45 6
1.6
1
16 2
1.6
1
46
4
1.6
1
16 4
1.6
1
46 6
1.6
1
17 2
1.6
1
47
4
1.6
1
17 4
1.6
1
47 6
1.6
1
18 2
1.6
1
48
4
1.6
1
18 2
1.6
1
48 4
1.6
1
19 4
1.6
1
49
6
1.6
1
19 2
1.6
1
49 4
1.6
1
20 4
1.6
1
50
6
1.6
1
20 2
1.6
1
50 4
1.6
1
21 4
1.6
1
51
4
1.6
1
21 2
1.6
1
51 6
1.6
1
22 6
1.6
1
52
4
1.6
1
22 2
1.6
1
52 6
1.6
1
23 6
1.6
1
53
4
1.6
1
23 2
1.6
1
53 6
1.6
1
24 4
1.6
1
54
4
1.6
1
24 2
1.6
1
54 6
1.6
1
25 4
1.6
1
55
6
1.6
1
25 2
1.6
1
55 2
1.6
1
26 4
1.6
1
56
6
1.6
1
26 0
1.6
1
56 2
1.6
1
27 2
1.6
1
57
4
1.6
1
27 2
1.6
1
57 2
1.6
1
28 2
1.6
1
58
4
1.6
1
28 2
1.6
1
58 2
1.6
1
29 2
1.6
1
59
4
1.6
1
29 2
1.6
1
59 0
1.6
1
Inclin Speed
Time
e
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
1
2
1.6
2
2
3
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30 2
1.6
1
60
4
1.6
1
30 2
44
1.6
1
60 0
1.6
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9 hole Run Program Level 3
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
9 hole Run Program Level 4
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
1
4
1.6
1
31
6
1.6
1
1
4
1.6
1
31
6
1.6
1
2
4
1.6
1
32
6
1.6
1
2
4
1.6
1
32
6
1.6
1
3
4
1.6
1
33
8
1.6
1
3
4
1.6
1
33
4
1.6
1
4
4
1.6
1
34
6
1.6
1
4
4
1.6
1
34
2
1.6
1
5
4
1.6
1
35
6
1.6
1
5
2
1.6
1
35
2
1.6
1
6
6
1.6
1
36
6
1.6
1
6
2
1.6
1
36
2
1.6
1
7
6
1.6
1
37
6
1.6
1
7
0
1.6
1
37
4
1.6
1
8
8
1.6
1
38
4
1.6
1
8
4
1.6
1
38
4
1.6
1
9
8
1.6
1
39
4
1.6
1
9
4
1.6
1
39
4
1.6
1
10
6
1.6
1
40
4
1.6
1
10
4
1.6
1
40
4
1.6
1
11
6
1.6
1
41
4
1.6
1
11
8
1.6
1
41
4
1.6
1
12
0
1.6
1
42
0
1.6
1
12
8
1.6
1
42
4
1.6
1
13
0
1.6
1
43
0
1.6
1
13
10
1.6
1
43
4
1.6
1
14
2
1.6
1
44
0
1.6
1
14
8
1.6
1
44
4
1.6
1
15
2
1.6
1
45
0
1.6
1
15
8
1.6
1
45
8
1.6
1
16
2
1.6
1
46
0
1.6
1
16
8
1.6
1
46
8
1.6
1
17
2
1.6
1
47
0
1.6
1
17
8
1.6
1
47
8
1.6
1
18
2
1.6
1
48
0
1.6
1
18
6
1.6
1
48
8
1.6
1
19
2
1.6
1
49
0
1.6
1
19
6
1.6
1
49
6
1.6
1
20
2
1.6
1
50
2
1.6
1
20
6
1.6
1
50
6
1.6
1
21
2
1.6
1
51
2
1.6
1
21
6
1.6
1
51
6
1.6
1
22
0
1.6
1
52
2
1.6
1
22
6
1.6
1
52
6
1.6
1
23
0
1.6
1
53
8
1.6
1
23
6
1.6
1
53
6
1.6
1
24
0
1.6
1
54
8
1.6
1
24
6
1.6
1
54
6
1.6
1
25
4
1.6
1
55
6
1.6
1
25
10
1.6
1
55
6
1.6
1
26
4
1.6
1
56
6
1.6
1
26
6
1.6
1
56
8
1.6
1
27
4
1.6
1
57
6
1.6
1
27
6
1.6
1
57
8
1.6
1
28
4
1.6
1
58
8
1.6
1
28
6
1.6
1
58
6
1.6
1
29
6
1.6
1
59
8
1.6
1
29
6
1.6
1
59
6
1.6
1
30
6
1.6
1
60
8
1.6
1
30
6
1.6
1
60
6
1.6
1
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9 hole Run Program Level 5
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
9 hole Run Program Level 6
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
1
6
1.6
1
31
6
1.6
1
1
6
1.6
1
31
10
1.6
1
2
6
1.6
1
32
6
1.6
1
2
6
1.6
1
32
10
1.6
1
3
6
1.6
1
33
6
1.6
1
3
6
1.6
1
33
4
1.6
1
4
6
1.6
1
34
8
1.6
1
4
0
1.6
1
34
4
1.6
1
5
10
1.6
1
35
8
1.6
1
5
0
1.6
1
35
4
1.6
1
6
10
1.6
1
36
8
1.6
1
6
12
1.6
1
36
4
1.6
1
7
8
1.6
1
37
8
1.6
1
7
12
1.6
1
37
4
1.6
1
8
8
1.6
1
38
8
1.6
1
8
12
1.6
1
38
4
1.6
1
9
8
1.6
1
39
10
1.6
1
9
12
1.6
1
39
4
1.6
1
10
8
1.6
1
40
10
1.6
1
10
12
1.6
1
40
4
1.6
1
11
6
1.6
1
41
12
1.6
1
11
12
1.6
1
41
10
1.6
1
12
6
1.6
1
42
10
1.6
1
12
12
1.6
1
42
10
1.6
1
13
6
1.6
1
43
10
1.6
1
13
12
1.6
1
43
10
1.6
1
14
6
1.6
1
44
8
1.6
1
14
8
1.6
1
44
10
1.6
1
15
6
1.6
1
45
8
1.6
1
15
10
1.6
1
45
2
1.6
1
16
6
1.6
1
46
8
1.6
1
16
10
1.6
1
46
2
1.6
1
17
6
1.6
1
47
8
1.6
1
17
10
1.6
1
47
2
1.6
1
18
0
1.6
1
48
6
1.6
1
18
10
1.6
1
48
2
1.6
1
19
6
1.6
1
49
6
1.6
1
19
10
1.6
1
49
2
1.6
1
20
2
1.6
1
50
6
1.6
1
20
6
1.6
1
50
2
1.6
1
21
2
1.6
1
51
6
1.6
1
21
6
1.6
1
51
10
1.6
1
22
2
1.6
1
52
6
1.6
1
22
6
1.6
1
52
10
1.6
1
23
2
1.6
1
53
6
1.6
1
23
6
1.6
1
53
10
1.6
1
24
2
1.6
1
54
6
1.6
1
24
6
1.6
1
54
4
1.6
1
25
8
1.6
1
55
10
1.6
1
25
8
1.6
1
55
4
1.6
1
26
8
1.6
1
56
10
1.6
1
26
8
1.6
1
56
4
1.6
1
27
8
1.6
1
57
2
1.6
1
27
8
1.6
1
57
4
1.6
1
28
8
1.6
1
58
2
1.6
1
28
8
1.6
1
58
4
1.6
1
29
8
1.6
1
59
2
1.6
1
29
8
1.6
1
59
0
1.6
1
30
8
1.6
1
60
2
1.6
1
30
8
1.6
1
60
0
1.6
1
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9 hole Run Program Level 7
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
9 hole Run Program Level 8
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
1
8
1.6
1
31
2
1.6
1
1
8
1.6
1
31
10
1.6
1
2
8
1.6
1
32
2
1.6
1
2
8
1.6
1
32
10
1.6
1
3
6
1.6
1
33
2
1.6
1
3
10
1.6
1
33
10
1.6
1
4
6
1.6
1
34
6
1.6
1
4
10
1.6
1
34
10
1.6
1
5
0
1.6
1
35
6
1.6
1
5
10
1.6
1
35
10
1.6
1
6
0
1.6
1
36
6
1.6
1
6
2
1.6
1
36
10
1.6
1
7
0
1.6
1
37
6
1.6
1
7
2
1.6
1
37
12
1.6
1
8
4
1.6
1
38
6
1.6
1
8
2
1.6
1
38
12
1.6
1
9
4
1.6
1
39
6
1.6
1
9
2
1.6
1
39
12
1.6
1
10
8
1.6
1
40
6
1.6
1
10
2
1.6
1
40
8
1.6
1
11
8
1.6
1
41
6
1.6
1
11
2
1.6
1
41
8
1.6
1
12
8
1.6
1
42
0
1.6
1
12
2
1.6
1
42
8
1.6
1
13
8
1.6
1
43
10
1.6
1
13
2
1.6
1
43
8
1.6
1
14
8
1.6
1
44
10
1.6
1
14
0
1.6
1
44
8
1.6
1
15
8
1.6
1
45
10
1.6
1
15
4
1.6
1
45
8
1.6
1
16
8
1.6
1
46
10
1.6
1
16
6
1.6
1
46
2
1.6
1
17
10
1.6
1
47
12
1.6
1
17
6
1.6
1
47
2
1.6
1
18
10
1.6
1
48
10
1.6
1
18
6
1.6
1
48
2
1.6
1
19
8
1.6
1
49
10
1.6
1
19
6
1.6
1
49
2
1.6
1
20
8
1.6
1
50
10
1.6
1
20
6
1.6
1
50
8
1.6
1
21
8
1.6
1
51
2
1.6
1
21
6
1.6
1
51
8
1.6
1
22
12
1.6
1
52
2
1.6
1
22
6
1.6
1
52
8
1.6
1
23
8
1.6
1
53
2
1.6
1
23
6
1.6
1
53
8
1.6
1
24
8
1.6
1
54
2
1.6
1
24
10
1.6
1
54
8
1.6
1
25
10
1.6
1
55
2
1.6
1
25
10
1.6
1
55
12
1.6
1
26
10
1.6
1
56
2
1.6
1
26
10
1.6
1
56
6
1.6
1
27
2
1.6
1
57
2
1.6
1
27
10
1.6
1
57
6
1.6
1
28
2
1.6
1
58
6
1.6
1
28
12
1.6
1
58
6
1.6
1
29
2
1.6
1
59
6
1.6
1
29
12
1.6
1
59
6
1.6
1
30
2
1.6
1
60
6
1.6
1
30
10
1.6
1
60
6
1.6
1
47
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9 hole Run Program Level 9
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
9 hole Run Program Level 10
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
1
10
1.6
1
31
10
1.6
1
1
10
1.6
1
31
12
1.6
1
2
6
1.6
1
32
10
1.6
1
2
8
1.6
1
32
12
1.6
1
3
6
1.6
1
33
10
1.6
1
3
8
1.6
1
33
8
1.6
1
4
6
1.6
1
34
10
1.6
1
4
8
1.6
1
34
8
1.6
1
5
6
1.6
1
35
10
1.6
1
5
8
1.6
1
35
8
1.6
1
6
6
1.6
1
36
10
1.6
1
6
8
1.6
1
36
8
1.6
1
7
2
1.6
1
37
10
1.6
1
7
8
1.6
1
37
8
1.6
1
8
0
1.6
1
38
12
1.6
1
8
8
1.6
1
38
8
1.6
1
9
0
1.6
1
39
12
1.6
1
9
14
1.6
1
39
14
1.6
1
10
6
1.6
1
40
8
1.6
1
10
14
1.6
1
40
14
1.6
1
11
6
1.6
1
41
8
1.6
1
11
14
1.6
1
41
14
1.6
1
12
6
1.6
1
42
8
1.6
1
12
14
1.6
1
42
14
1.6
1
13
6
1.6
1
43
14
1.6
1
13
10
1.6
1
43
2
1.6
1
14
6
1.6
1
44
14
1.6
1
14
10
1.6
1
44
2
1.6
1
15
6
1.6
1
45
10
1.6
1
15
10
1.6
1
45
2
1.6
1
16
6
1.6
1
46
10
1.6
1
16
10
1.6
1
46
2
1.6
1
17
6
1.6
1
47
10
1.6
1
17
10
1.6
1
47
2
1.6
1
18
0
1.6
1
48
10
1.6
1
18
10
1.6
1
48
2
1.6
1
19
6
1.6
1
49
6
1.6
1
19
10
1.6
1
49
2
1.6
1
20
6
1.6
1
50
6
1.6
1
20
0
1.6
1
50
8
1.6
1
21
6
1.6
1
51
6
1.6
1
21
0
1.6
1
51
8
1.6
1
22
6
1.6
1
52
6
1.6
1
22
2
1.6
1
52
2
1.6
1
23
8
1.6
1
53
6
1.6
1
23
2
1.6
1
53
2
1.6
1
24
8
1.6
1
54
6
1.6
1
24
2
1.6
1
54
2
1.6
1
25
8
1.6
1
55
6
1.6
1
25
2
1.6
1
55
2
1.6
1
26
8
1.6
1
56
6
1.6
1
26
12
1.6
1
56
14
1.6
1
27
8
1.6
1
57
2
1.6
1
27
12
1.6
1
57
14
1.6
1
28
8
1.6
1
58
2
1.6
1
28
12
1.6
1
58
14
1.6
1
29
8
1.6
1
59
2
1.6
1
29
12
1.6
1
59
14
1.6
1
30
10
1.6
1
60
2
1.6
1
30
12
1.6
1
60
14
1.6
1
48
2010/4/7 Ver1.1+V1.2
5K Run
5K Run Program Level 1
Time Incline
5K Run Program Level 2
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
5K Run Program Level 3
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
5K Run Program Level 4
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
5K Run Program Level 5
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
1
0
8.8
5.5
1
0
9.6
6
1
0
10.4
6.5
1
0
11.2
7
1
0
12
7.5
2
0
8.8
5.5
2
0
9.6
6
2
0
10.4
6.5
2
0
11.2
7
2
0
12
7.5
3
0
8.8
5.5
3
0
9.6
6
3
0
10.4
6.5
3
0
11.2
7
3
0
12
7.5
4
0
8.8
5.5
4
0
9.6
6
4
0
10.4
6.5
4
0
11.2
7
4
0
12
7.5
5
0
8.8
5.5
5
0
9.6
6
5
0
10.4
6.5
5
0
11.2
7
5
0
12
7.5
6
0
8.8
5.5
6
0
9.6
6
6
0
10.4
6.5
6
0
11.2
7
6
4
12
7.5
7
0
8.8
5.5
7
0
9.6
6
7
0
10.4
6.5
7
3
11.2
7
7
4
12
7.5
8
0
8.8
5.5
8
0
9.6
6
8
0
10.4
6.5
8
3
11.2
7
8
4
12
7.5
9
0
8.8
5.5
9
0
9.6
6
9
0
10.4
6.5
9
3
11.2
7
9
0
12
7.5
10
0
8.8
5.5
10
0
9.6
6
10
0
10.4
6.5
10
0
11.2
7
10
0
12
7.5
11
0
8.8
5.5
11
2
9.6
6
11
2
10.4
6.5
11
0
11.2
7
11
0
12
7.5
12
0
8.8
5.5
12
2
9.6
6
12
2
10.4
6.5
12
0
11.2
7
12
0
12
7.5
13
0
8.8
5.5
13
2
9.6
6
13
2
10.4
6.5
13
0
11.2
7
13
0
12
7.5
14
0
8.8
5.5
14
2
9.6
6
14
0
10.4
6.5
14
0
11.2
7
14
0
12
7.5
15
0
8.8
5.5
15
0
9.6
6
15
0
10.4
6.5
15
0
11.2
7
15
1
12
7.5
16
0
8.8
5.5
16
0
9.6
6
16
0
10.4
6.5
16
0
11.2
7
16
1
12
7.5
17
0
8.8
5.5
17
0
9.6
6
17
0
10.4
6.5
17
1
11.2
7
17
0
12
7.5
18
0
8.8
5.5
18
0
9.6
6
18
0
10.4
6.5
18
1
11.2
7
18
0
12
7.5
19
0
8.8
5.5
19
0
9.6
6
19
0
10.4
6.5
19
1
11.2
7
19
0
12
7.5
20
0
8.8
5.5
20
0
9.6
6
20
0
10.4
6.5
20
0
11.2
7
20
4
12
7.5
21
0
8.8
5.5
21
0
9.6
6
21
0
10.4
6.5
21
0
11.2
7
21
4
12
7.5
22
0
8.8
5.5
22
0
9.6
6
22
0
10.4
6.5
22
0
11.2
7
22
4
12
7.5
23
0
8.8
5.5
23
2
9.6
6
23
0
10.4
6.5
23
3
11.2
7
23
4
12
7.5
24
0
8.8
5.5
24
2
9.6
6
24
0
10.4
6.5
24
3
11.2
7
24
0
12
7.5
25
0
8.8
5.5
25
0
9.6
6
25
2
10.4
6.5
25
3
11.2
7
25
0
12
7.5
26
0
8.8
5.5
26
0
9.6
6
26
2
10.4
6.5
26
0
11.2
7
26
0
12
7.5
27
0
8.8
5.5
27
0
9.6
6
27
0
10.4
6.5
27
0
11.2
7
27
0
12
7.5
28
0
8.8
5.5
28
0
9.6
6
28
0
10.4
6.5
28
0
11.2
7
28
0
12
7.5
29
0
8.8
5.5
29
0
9.6
6
29
0
10.4
6.5
29
0
11.2
7
29
0
12
7.5
30
0
8.8
5.5
30
0
9.6
6
30
0
10.4
6.5
30
0
11.2
7
30
0
12
7.5
49
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5K Run Program Level 6
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
5K Run Program Level 7
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
5K Run Program Level 8
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
5K Run Program Level 9
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
5K Run Program Level 10
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
1
0
12.8
8
1
0
13.6
8.5
1
0
14.4
9
1
0
15.2
9.5
1
2
16
10
2
0
12.8
8
2
0
13.6
8.5
2
0
14.4
9
2
2
15.2
9.5
2
2
16
10
3
0
12.8
8
3
0
13.6
8.5
3
0
14.4
9
3
2
15.2
9.5
3
2
16
10
4
0
12.8
8
4
0
13.6
8.5
4
6
14.4
9
4
2
15.2
9.5
4
0
16
10
5
0
12.8
8
5
0
13.6
8.5
5
6
14.4
9
5
0
15.2
9.5
5
6
16
10
6
4
12.8
8
6
0
13.6
8.5
6
0
14.4
9
6
6
15.2
9.5
6
6
16
10
7
4
12.8
8
7
4
13.6
8.5
7
0
14.4
9
7
6
15.2
9.5
7
6
16
10
8
4
12.8
8
8
4
13.6
8.5
8
2
14.4
9
8
6
15.2
9.5
8
0
16
10
9
0
12.8
8
9
4
13.6
8.5
9
2
14.4
9
9
0
15.2
9.5
9
2
16
10
10
0
12.8
8
10
0
13.6
8.5
10
0
14.4
9
10
2
15.2
9.5
10
2
16
10
11
0
12.8
8
11
0
13.6
8.5
11
0
14.4
9
11
2
15.2
9.5
11
2
16
10
12
0
12.8
8
12
0
13.6
8.5
12
6
14.4
9
12
2
15.2
9.5
12
0
16
10
13
0
12.8
8
13
0
13.6
8.5
13
6
14.4
9
13
0
15.2
9.5
13
6
16
10
14
0
12.8
8
14
1
13.6
8.5
14
0
14.4
9
14
6
15.2
9.5
14
6
16
10
15
1
12.8
8
15
1
13.6
8.5
15
0
14.4
9
15
6
15.2
9.5
15
6
16
10
16
1
12.8
8
16
1
13.6
8.5
16
2
14.4
9
16
6
15.2
9.5
16
0
16
10
17
0
12.8
8
17
0
13.6
8.5
17
2
14.4
9
17
0
15.2
9.5
17
2
16
10
18
0
12.8
8
18
0
13.6
8.5
18
0
14.4
9
18
2
15.2
9.5
18
2
16
10
19
0
12.8
8
19
4
13.6
8.5
19
0
14.4
9
19
2
15.2
9.5
19
2
16
10
20
4
12.8
8
20
4
13.6
8.5
20
6
14.4
9
20
2
15.2
9.5
20
0
16
10
21
4
12.8
8
21
4
13.6
8.5
21
6
14.4
9
21
0
15.2
9.5
21
6
16
10
22
4
12.8
8
22
0
13.6
8.5
22
0
14.4
9
22
6
15.2
9.5
22
6
16
10
23
0
12.8
8
23
0
13.6
8.5
23
0
14.4
9
23
6
15.2
9.5
23
6
16
10
24
0
12.8
8
24
0
13.6
8.5
24
2
14.4
9
24
6
15.2
9.5
24
0
16
10
25
0
12.8
8
25
0
13.6
8.5
25
2
14.4
9
25
0
15.2
9.5
25
2
16
10
26
0
12.8
8
26
0
13.6
8.5
26
0
14.4
9
26
2
15.2
9.5
26
2
16
10
27
0
12.8
8
27
0
13.6
8.5
27
0
14.4
9
27
2
15.2
9.5
27
2
16
10
28
0
12.8
8
28
0
13.6
8.5
28
0
14.4
9
28
2
15.2
9.5
28
0
16
10
29
0
12.8
8
29
0
13.6
8.5
29
0
14.4
9
29
0
15.2
9.5
29
0
16
10
30
0
12.8
8
30
0
13.6
8.5
30
0
14.4
9
30
0
15.2
9.5
30
0
16
10
50
2010/4/7 Ver1.1+V1.2
Calorie Goal
Calorie Goal Program Level 1
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Calorie Goal Program Level 2
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Calorie Goal Program Level 3 Calorie Goal Program Level 4
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Calorie Goal Program Level 5
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
1
2
5.4
3.3
1
0
5.6
3.5
1
4
5.9
3.6
1
0
6.1
3.8
1
0
6.1
3.8
2
0
5.4
3.3
2
3
5.4
3.3
2
0
5.9
3.6
2
0
5.9
3.6
2
0
6.1
3.8
3
0
5.6
3.5
3
0
5.4
3.3
3
0
6.1
3.8
3
6
5.9
3.6
3
4
6.1
3.8
4
0
5.4
3.3
4
0
5.4
3.3
4
0
5.9
3.6
4
0
5.9
3.6
4
0
6.4
4
Calorie Goal Program Level 6
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Calorie Goal Program Level 7
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Calorie Goal Program Level 8 Calorie Goal Program Level 9
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Calorie Goal Program Level 10
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
1
6
6.1
3.8
1
0
6.4
4
1
0
8.0
5
1
0
6.7
4.1
1
10
6.7
4.1
2
0
6.1
3.8
2
0
7.2
4.5
2
0
6.4
4
2
8
6.7
4.1
2
0
6.7
4.1
3
0
6.4
4
3
0
6.4
4
3
8
6.4
4
3
0
6.7
4.1
3
0
9.6
6
4
0
6.1
3.8
4
6
6.4
4
4
0
6.4
4
4
0
8.8
5.5
4
0
6.7
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Aerobic
Speed and incline change
Aerobic RUN
Incline
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Level 5
Level 6
Level 7
Level 8
Level 9
Level 10
(KPH)
(MPH)
Incline
(KPH)
(MPH)
Incline
(KPH)
(MPH)
Incline
(KPH)
(MPH)
Incline
(KPH)
(MPH)
Incline
(KPH)
(MPH)
Incline
(KPH)
(MPH)
Incline
(KPH)
(MPH)
Incline
(KPH)
(MPH)
Incline
(KPH)
(MPH)
1
0
2.4
1.5
0
2.4
1.5
0
2.4
1.5
0
3.2
2
0
3.2
2
0
3.2
2
1
3.2
2
1
4
2.5
1
4
2.5
1
4
2.5
2
0
3.2
2
0
3.2
2
0
3.2
2
0
4
2.5
0
4
2.5
0
4
2.5
1
4
2.5
1
4.8
3
1
4.8
3
1
4.8
3
3
0
4
2.5
0
4
2.5
0
4
2.5
0
4.8
3
0
4.8
3
0
4.8
3
1
4.8
3
1
5.6
3.5
1
5.6
3.5
1
5.6
3.5
4
0
4.8
3
0
5.6
3.5
0
6.4
4
0
7.2
4.5
0
8
5
0
8.8
5.5
1
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
1
10.4
6.5
1
10.4
6.5
5
0
5.6
3.5
0
6.4
4
0
7.2
4.5
1
8
5
0
8.8
5.5
0
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
1
11.2
7
1
12
7.5
1
12
7.5
6
0
6.4
4
0
7.2
4.5
0
8
5
1
8.8
5.5
1
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
1
11.2
7
1
12
7.5
1
12.8
8
1
13.6
8.5
7
0
5.6
3.5
0
6.4
4
0
7.2
4.5
1
8
5
1
8.8
5.5
1
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
1
11.2
7
1
12
7.5
2
12.8
8
8
0
6.4
4
0
7.2
4.5
0
8
5
1
8.8
5.5
1
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
1
11.2
7
1
12
7.5
1
12.8
8
2
13.6
8.5
9
0
5.6
3.5
0
6.4
4
0
7.2
4.5
1
8
5
1
8.8
5.5
1
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
1
11.2
7
1
12
7.5
2
12.8
8
10
0
6.4
4
0
7.2
4.5
0
8
5
1
8.8
5.5
1
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
1
11.2
7
1
12
7.5
2
12.8
8
2
13.6
8.5
11
0
5.6
3.5
0
6.4
4
1
7.2
4.5
0
8
5
1
8.8
5.5
1
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
1
11.2
7
2
12
7.5
2
12.8
8
12
0
6.4
4
0
7.2
4.5
1
8
5
0
8.8
5.5
1
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
1
11.2
7
2
12
7.5
2
12.8
8
2
13.6
8.5
13
0
5.6
3.5
0
6.4
4
1
7.2
4.5
0
8
5
1
8.8
5.5
1
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
2
11.2
7
2
12
7.5
2
12.8
8.
52
14
0
6.4
4
0
7.2
4.5
0
8
5
1
8.8
5.5
1
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
1
11.2
7
2
12
7.5
2
12.8
8
2
13.6
8.5
15
0
5.6
3.5
0
6.4
4
0
7.2
4.5
1
8
5
1
8.8
5.5
1
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
1
11.2
7
2
12
7.5
3
12.8
8
16
0
6.4
4
0
7.2
4.5
0
8
5
1
8.8
5.5
1
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
1
11.2
7
1
12
7.5
2
12.8
8
3
13.6
8.5
17
0
5.6
3.5
0
6.4
4
0
7.2
4.5
0
8
5
1
8.8
5.5
1
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
1
11.2
7
2
12
7.5
2
12.8
8
18
0
6.4
4
0
7.2
4.5
1
8
5
0
8.8
5.5
1
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
1
11.2
7
2
12
7.5
2
12.8
8
2
13.6
8.5
19
0
5.6
3.5
0
6.4
4
1
7.2
4.5
0
8
5
1
8.8
5.5
1
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
2
11.2
7
2
12
7.5
2
12.8
8
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20
0
6.4
4
0
7.2
4.5
1
8
5
0
8.8
5.5
1
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
1
11.2
7
2
12
7.5
2
12.8
8
2
13.6
8.5
21
0
5.6
3.5
0
6.4
4
0
7.2
4.5
1
8
5
1
8.8
5.5
1
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
1
11.2
7
2
12
7.5
2
12.8
8
22
0
6.4
4
0
7.2
4.5
0
8
5
1
8.8
5.5
1
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
1
11.2
7
1
12
7.5
1
12.8
8
2
13.6
8.5
23
0
5.6
3.5
0
6.4
4
0
7.2
4.5
1
8
5
1
8.8
5.5
1
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
1
11.2
7
1
12
7.5
2
12.8
8
24
0
6.4
4
0
7.2
4.5
0
8
5
1
8.8
5.5
1
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
1
11.2
7
1
12
7.5
1
12.8
8
2
13.6
8.5
25
0
5.6
3.5
0
6.4
4
0
7.2
4.5
1
8
5
1
8.8
5.5
1
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
1
11.2
7
1
12
7.5
1
12.8
8
26
0
6.4
4
0
5.6
3.5
0
6.4
4
0
7.2
4.5
5
8
5
0
8.8
5.5
1
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
1
11.2
7
1
12
7.5
27
0
4.8
3
0
4.8
3
0
5.6
3.5
0
6.4
4
4
7.2
4.5
0
8
5
1
8.8
5.5
1
9.6
6
1
10.4
6.5
1
10.4
6.5
28
0
4
2.5
0
4
2.5
0
4
2.5
0
4.8
3
4
4.8
3
0
4.8
3
1
4.8
3
1
5.6
3.5
1
5.6
3.5
1
5.6
3.5
29
0
3.2
2
0
3.2
2
0
3.2
2
0
4
2.5
3
4
2.5
0
4
2.5
1
4
2.5
1
4.8
3
1
4.8
3
1
4.8
3
30
0
2.4
1.5
0
2.4
1.5
0
2.4
1.5
0
3.2
2
2
3.2
2
0
3.2
2
1
3.2
2
1
4
2.5
1
4
2.5
1
4
2.5
HIGHLAND RUN
HIGHLAND RUN
Program HIGHLAND RUN
Level 1
Program HIGHLAND RUN Program HIGHLAND RUN
Level 2
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Level 3
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Program HIGHLAND RUN
Level 4
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Program
Level 5
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
1
1
3
1.8
1
1
4
2.5
1
1
3
1.8
1
1
3
1.8
1
1
5.5
3.4
2
3
3
1.8
2
3
4
2.5
2
5
4.5
2.8
2
5
5
3.1
2
5
5.5
3.4
3
1
3
1.8
3
1
4
2.5
3
3
4.5
2.8
3
3
5
3.1
3
3
5.5
3.4
4
5
3
1.8
4
7
4
2.5
4
7
4.5
2.8
4
9
5
3.1
4
9
5.5
3.4
5
5
3
1.8
5
7
4
2.5
5
7
4.5
2.8
5
9
5
3.1
5
9
5.5
3.4
6
3
3
1.8
6
3
4
2.5
6
3
4.5
2.8
6
3
5
3.1
6
3
5.5
3.4
7
5
3
1.8
7
5
4
2.5
7
5
4.5
2.8
7
5
5
3.1
7
5
5.5
3.4
8
5
3
1.8
8
5
4
2.5
8
5
4.5
2.8
8
5
5
3.1
8
5
5.5
3.4
9
7
3
1.8
9
7
4
2.5
9
9
4.5
2.8
9
9
5
3.1
9
11
5.5
3.4
10
7
3
1.8
10
7
4
2.5
10
9
4.5
2.8
10
9
5
3.1
10
11
5.5
3.4
11
1
3
1.8
11
1
4
2.5
11
1
4.5
2.8
11
1
5
3.1
11
1
5.5
3.4
12
3
3
1.8
12
3
4
2.5
12
3
3
1.8
12
3
3
1.8
12
3
5.5
3.4
HIGHLAND RUN
Level
Program HIGHLAND RUN
6
Level
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Program HIGHLAND RUN Program HIGHLAND RUN
7
Level 8
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Program HIGHLAND RUN
Level 9
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Program
Level 10
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
1
1
6
3.7
1
3
5
3.1
1
3
5
3.1
1
3
7.5
4.6
1
3
8
5
2
5
6
3.7
2
7
6.5
4
2
7
7
4.3
2
7
7.5
4.6
2
7
8
5
3
3
6
3.7
3
5
6.5
4
3
5
7
4.3
3
5
7.5
4.6
3
5
8
5
4
11
6
3.7
4
11
6.5
4
4
13
7
4.3
4
13
7.5
4.6
4
15
8
5
5
11
6
3.7
5
11
6.5
4
5
13
7
4.3
5
13
7.5
4.6
5
15
8
5
6
3
6
3.7
6
3
6.5
4
6
5
7
4.3
6
5
7.5
4.6
6
5
8
5
7
5
6
3.7
7
5
6.5
4
7
7
7
4.3
7
7
7.5
4.6
7
7
8
5
8
5
6
3.7
8
5
6.5
4
8
7
7
4.3
8
7
7.5
4.6
8
7
8
5
9
11
6
3.7
9
13
6.5
4
9
13
7
4.3
9
15
7.5
4.6
9
15
8
5
10
11
6
3.7
10
13
6.5
4
10
13
7
4.3
10
15
7.5
4.6
10
15
8
5
11
3
6
3.7
11
3
6.5
4
11
3
7
4.3
11
3
7.5
4.6
11
3
8
5
12
5
6
3.7
12
5
5
3.1
12
5
5
3.1
12
5
7.5
4.6
12
5
8
5
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Hill Interval
Hill Interval Program Level 1
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Hill Interval Program Level 2
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Hill Interval Program Level3 Hill Interval Program Level
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
4 Hill Interval Program Level 5
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
1
1
3
1.8
1
1
3
1.8
1
1
3
1.8
1
1
3
1.8
1
1
5
3.1
2
3
5
3.1
2
3
5
3.1
2
3
5
3.1
2
5
5
3.1
2
5
5
3.1
3
6
5
3.1
3
7
5
3.1
3
8
5
3.1
3
9
5
3.1
3
10
5
3.1
4
3
5
3.1
4
5
5
3.1
4
5
5
3.1
4
7
5
3.1
4
7
5
3.1
5
6
5
3.1
5
7
5
3.1
5
8
5
3.1
5
9
5
3.1
5
10
5
3.1
6
3
5
3.1
6
5
5
3.1
6
5
5
3.1
6
7
5
3.1
6
7
5
3.1
7
6
5
3.1
7
7
5
3.1
7
8
5
3.1
7
9
5
3.1
7
10
5
3.1
8
3
5
3.1
8
5
5
3.1
8
5
5
3.1
8
7
5
3.1
8
7
5
3.1
9
6
5
3.1
9
7
5
3.1
9
8
5
3.1
9
9
5
3.1
9
10
5
3.1
10
3
5
3.1
10
5
5
3.1
10
5
5
3.1
10
7
5
3.1
10
7
5
3.1
11
5
5
3.1
11
7
5
3.1
11
8
5
3.1
11
9
5
3.1
11
10
5
3.1
12
1
3
1.8
12
3
3
1.8
12
3
3
1.8
12
3
3
1.8
12
3
5
3.1
Hill Interval Program Level 6
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Hill Interval Program Level 7
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Hill Interval Program Level 8 Hill Interval Program Level9
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
Hill Interval Program Level 10
Time Incline
Speed
(kph)
Speed
(mph)
1
1
5
3.1
1
1
6
3.7
1
3
7
4.3
1
3
8
5
1
3
9
5.6
2
5
5
3.1
2
5
6
3.7
2
7
7
4.3
2
7
8
5
2
7
9
5.6
3
11
5
3.1
3
12
6
3.7
3
13
7
4.3
3
14
8
5
3
15
9
5.6
4
9
5
3.1
4
9
6
3.7
4
9
7
4.3
4
9
8
5
4
11
9
5.6
5
11
5
3.1
5
12
6
3.7
5
13
7
4.3
5
14
8
5
5
15
9
5.6
6
9
5
3.1
6
9
6
3.7
6
9
7
4.3
6
9
8
5
6
11
9
5.6
7
11
5
3.1
7
12
6
3.7
7
13
7
4.3
7
14
8
5
7
15
9
5.6
8
9
5
3.1
8
9
6
3.7
8
9
7
4.3
8
9
8
5
8
11
9
5.6
9
11
5
3.1
9
12
6
3.7
9
13
7
4.3
9
14
8
5
9
15
9
5.6
10
9
5
3.1
10
9
6
3.7
10
9
7
4.3
10
9
8
5
10
11
9
5.6
11
11
5
3.1
11
12
6
3.7
11
13
7
4.3
11
14
8
5
11
15
9
5.6
12
3
5
3.1
12
3
6
3.7
12
5
7
4.3
12
5
8
5
12
7
9
5.6
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Fat Burn
Speed and incline change
Fat Burn
Level 1
Incline
(KPH)
(MPH)
Level 2
Incline
(KPH)
(MPH)
Level 3
Incline
(KPH)
(MPH)
Level 4
Incline
(KPH)
(MPH)
Level 5
Incline
(KPH)
(MPH)
Level 6
Incline
(KPH)
(MPH)
Level 7
Incline
(KPH)
(MPH)
Level 8
Incline
(KPH)
(MPH)
Level 9
Incline
(KPH)
(MPH)
Level 10
Incline
(KPH)
(MPH)
1
0.0
1.5
0.9
0.0
2
0.0
2.0
1.2
0.0
3
0.0
2.5
1.5
1.0
4
1.0
3.5
2.1
1.0
5
1.0
2.0
1.2
1.0
6
1.0
3.0
1.8
2.0
7
1.0
2.0
1.2
2.0
8
2.0
4.0
2.5
2.0
9
2.0
2.0
1.2
2.0
10
2.0
4.0
2.5
3.0
11
2.0
2.0
1.2
3.0
12
3.0
4.0
2.5
3.0
13
3.0
2.5
1.5
3.0
14
3.0
4.0
2.5
4.0
15
3.0
2.5
1.5
3.0
16
3.0
4.0
2.5
4.0
17
3.0
2.5
1.5
3.0
18
3.0
4.0
2.5
3.0
19
2.0
2.5
1.5
3.0
20
2.0
4.0
2.5
3.0
21
2.0
2.0
1.2
2.0
22
2.0
4.0
2.5
2.0
23
1.0
2.0
1.2
2.0
24
1.0
4.0
2.5
2.0
25
1.0
2.0
1.2
1.0
26
1.0
3.5
2.1
1.0
27
1.0
3.0
1.8
1.0
28
1.0
2.5
1.5
1.0
29
0.0
2.0
1.2
0.0
30
0.0
1.5
0.9
0.0
1.5
0.9
0.0
2.0
1.2
1.0
2.5
1.5
1.0
4.0
2.5
2.0
2.5
1.5
2.0
3.5
2.1
2.0
2.5
1.5
2.0
4.5
2.8
3.0
2.5
1.5
3.0
4.5
2.8
3.0
2.5
1.5
3.0
4.5
2.8
4.0
3.0
1.8
4.0
4.5
2.8
4.0
3.0
1.8
4.0
4.5
2.8
4.0
3.5
2.1
4.0
4.5
2.8
4.0
3.0
1.8
3.0
4.5
2.8
3.0
2.5
1.5
3.0
4.5
2.8
3.0
2.5
1.5
2.0
4.5
2.8
2.0
2.5
1.5
2.0
4.0
2.5
2.0
3.5
2.1
1.0
2.5
1.5
1.0
2.0
1.2
1.0
1.5
0.9
0.0
1.5
0.9
1.0
2.0
1.2
1.0
2.5
1.5
2.0
4.5
2.8
2.0
2.5
1.5
2.0
4.0
2.5
3.0
3.0
1.8
3.0
5.0
3.1
3.0
3.0
1.8
3.0
5.0
3.1
4.0
3.0
1.8
4.0
5.0
3.1
4.0
3.5
2.1
4.0
5.0
3.1
5.0
3.5
2.1
5.0
5.0
3.1
5.0
3.5
2.1
4.0
5.0
3.1
4.0
3.5
2.1
4.0
5.0
3.1
4.0
3.0
1.8
3.0
5.0
3.1
3.0
3.0
1.8
3.0
5.0
3.1
3.0
3.0
1.8
2.0
4.5
2.8
2.0
3.5
2.1
2.0
2.5
1.5
2.0
2.0
1.2
1.0
1.5
0.9
1.0
2.0
1.2
1.0
2.5
1.5
2.0
3.0
1.8
2.0
5.0
3.1
3.0
3.0
1.8
3.0
5.0
3.1
3.0
3.0
1.8
3.0
5.5
3.4
4.0
3.5
2.1
4.0
5.5
3.4
4.0
3.5
2.1
4.0
5.5
3.4
5.0
4.0
2.5
5.0
5.5
3.4
5.0
4.0
2.5
5.0
5.5
3.4
5.0
4.0
2.5
5.0
5.5
3.4
5.0
4.0
2.5
4.0
5.5
3.4
4.0
3.5
2.1
4.0
5.5
3.4
4.0
3.5
2.1
3.0
5.5
3.4
3.0
3.5
2.1
3.0
5.0
3.1
3.0
4.0
2.5
2.0
3.0
1.8
2.0
2.5
1.5
2.0
2.0
1.2
1.0
2.0
1.2
2.0
2.5
1.5
2.0
3.0
1.8
3.0
5.5
3.4
3.0
3.5
2.1
3.0
5.5
3.4
4.0
3.5
2.1
4.0
6.0
3.7
4.0
4.0
2.5
4.0
6.0
3.7
5.0
4.0
2.5
5.0
6.0
3.7
5.0
4.5
2.8
5.0
6.0
3.7
6.0
4.5
2.8
6.0
6.0
3.7
6.0
4.5
2.8
5.0
6.0
3.7
5.0
4.5
2.8
5.0
6.0
3.7
5.0
4.0
2.5
4.0
6.0
3.7
4.0
4.0
2.5
4.0
6.0
3.7
4.0
3.5
2.1
3.0
5.5
3.4
3.0
4.5
2.8
3.0
3.0
1.8
3.0
2.5
1.5
2.0
2.0
1.2
2.0
2.0
1.2
2.0
2.5
1.5
2.0
3.0
1.8
3.0
6.0
3.7
4.0
4.0
2.5
4.0
6.0
3.7
4.0
4.0
2.5
4.0
6.5
4
5.0
4.5
2.8
5.0
6.5
4
5.0
4.5
2.8
5.0
6.5
4
6.0
5.0
3.1
6.0
6.5
4
6.0
5.0
3.1
6.0
6.5
4
6.0
5.0
3.1
6.0
6.5
4
6.0
5.0
3.1
5.0
6.5
4
5.0
4.5
2.8
5.0
6.5
4
5.0
4.5
2.8
4.0
6.5
4
4.0
4.0
2.5
4.0
6.0
3.7
4.0
5.0
3.1
3.0
3.0
1.8
3.0
2.5
1.5
3.0
2.0
1.2
2.0
2.0
1.2
2.0
2.5
1.5
3.0
3.0
1.8
3.0
6.5
4
4.0
4.5
2.8
4.0
6.5
4
5.0
5.0
3.1
5.0
7.0
4.3
5.0
5.0
3.1
5.0
7.0
4.3
6.0
5.0
3.1
6.0
7.0
4.3
6.0
5.5
3.4
6.0
7.0
4.3
7.0
5.5
3.4
7.0
7.0
4.3
7.0
5.5
3.4
6.0
7.0
4.3
6.0
5.5
3.4
6.0
7.0
4.3
6.0
5.0
3.1
5.0
7.0
4.3
5.0
5.0
3.1
5.0
7.0
4.3
5.0
4.5
2.8
4.0
7.0
4.3
4.0
5.0
3.1
4.0
3.5
2.1
3.0
3.0
1.8
3.0
2.5
1.5
2.0
2.5
1.5
2.0
3.0
1.8
3.0
3.5
2.1
4.0
6.5
4
5.0
5.0
3.1
5.0
7.0
4.3
5.0
5.0
3.1
5.0
7.5
4.6
6.0
5.5
3.4
6.0
7.5
4.6
6.0
5.5
3.4
6.0
7.5
4.6
7.0
6.0
3.7
7.0
7.5
4.6
7.0
6.0
3.7
7.0
7.5
4.6
7.0
6.0
3.7
7.0
7.5
4.6
7.0
6.0
3.7
6.0
7.5
4.6
6.0
5.5
3.4
6.0
7.5
4.6
6.0
5.5
3.4
5.0
7.0
4.3
5.0
5.0
3.1
5.0
7.0
4.3
5.0
5.0
3.1
4.0
3.5
2.1
4.0
3.0
1.8
3.0
2.5
1.5
2.0
2.5
1.5
2.0
3.0
1.8
3.0
3.5
2.1
5.0
6.5
4
5.0
5.5
3.4
5.0
7.5
4.6
6.0
5.5
3.4
6.0
8.0
5
6.0
6.0
3.7
6.0
8.0
5
7.0
6.0
3.7
7.0
8.0
5
7.0
6.5
4
7.0
8.0
5
8.0
6.5
4
8.0
8.0
5
8.0
6.5
4
7.0
8.0
5
7.0
6.5
4
7.0
8.0
5
7.0
6.0
3.7
6.0
8.0
5
6.0
6.0
3.7
6.0
7.5
4.6
6.0
5.5
3.4
5.0
7.5
4.6
5.0
5.0
3.1
4.0
3.5
2.1
4.0
3.0
1.8
3.0
2.5
1.5
2.0
2.5
1.5
3.0
1.8
3.5
2.1
6.5
4
6.0
3.7
8.0
5
6.0
3.7
8.0
5
6.5
4
8.5
5.3
6.5
4
8.5
5.3
7.0
4.3
8.5
5.3
7.0
4.3
8.5
5.3
7.0
4.3
8.5
5.3
7.0
4.3
8.5
5.3
6.5
4
8.5
5.3
6.5
4
8.5
5.3
6.0
3.7
7.5
4.6
6.5
4
3.5
2.1
3.0
1.8
2.5
1.5
55
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