IN10CT (Intensity) Healthrunner treadmill

IN10CT (INTENSITY) Health Runner provides the most natural run a treadmill can give. Run at your own pace with better results burning up to 30% more calories than you get from traditional motorized treadmills, as well as a better running technique. The unique dual bearing system and rubberized running slats offer the smoothest of runs.

Ideal for HIIT training as you are the motor and can change the speed at your own IN10CT or for distance runners who want to put the extra miles into their legs but save them from the hard impact of the unforgiving road.

Compact design and easy to move with transport wheels make this commercial grade treadmill ideal for the gym, office or home.

Shipping: 1 Pallet 49 x 33 x 26 – 340lb



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Solid construction-gym comparable

Rated 4 out of 5
December 2, 2020

Solid and effective! I’d recommend it.


Human Powered Treadmill > plug in pace setters

Rated 5 out of 5
October 25, 2020

I don’t own this treadmill, but there is one at my gym and it’s awesome. I’m a bigger guy at 225 lbs and I knock out 2 miles of sprints 3 days a week with no leg pain. Smooth track, good shock absorption and very easy to use.

NOTE: I recommend you use a progression with any curved treadmill until you get the hang of it.

Haven’t figured out to change the screen it MPH v Km/h

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I love running again.

Rated 4 out of 5
October 23, 2020

Summary: Overall a great experience, feels really good running on it for long periods. I haven’t run outside since I got it. The overall quality and durability seems adequate.

-The first day I ran it was difficult to control the speed of the belt (think of a hamster running on a wheel who loses control). Over the weeks though, I have adapted pretty well. I can usually run an easy or medium pace without concentrating too hard, much like when you drive car down the highway for an hour and realize you haven’t been paying much attention. However, I find it becomes more difficult if I am trying to make slight alterations to maintain an exact pace. It Is a skill that I am still learning. However, overall, I don’t feel like it is more mentally taxing than running outside because many external stimuli have been eliminated (e.g., cars, pedestrians, terrain changes).

-I kept hearing that curved treadmills force you to run “correctly”, which confused me for some time as I generally didn’t feel any different running on this treadmill compared to running outside. However, because you are striking on a curved surface, your foot automatically hits at the midfoot/forefoot instead of the heel, making it more difficult to heel-strike on the treadmill. This style of running decreases impact on your knees (although puts more stress on the calves). Also the rubber track is much softer than asphalt or concrete. This is not necessarily the correct way to run, but some people find it beneficial (including me).

-The belt is more narrow than I’d like. I don’t know what the efficiency/maintenance/financial cost is to have a wider belt but I would have gladly sacrificed 2 inches on each side of the “step off area” to have a wider belt. However, after a couple of weeks, I have mostly stopped thinking about it.

-The manual is insufficient. There is a parts diagram, however, 535 parts are printed on one half of an 8 X 11 page making it almost unreadable. There is a trouble-shooting section and suggests you lubricate the pulleys or tighten/realign the belt depending on the problem but no information about how to actually do that or how to access these parts. If you do need to access the inner belt/pulleys, you need to take it apart (unhook the electrical, unbolt the the handle bars, unscrew the side panels) which is a pain. I would have preferred a machine with “easy-access” panels for regular maintenance jobs.

-I find the buttons on the console difficult to push. Also there is no backlight. These are annoyances more than than a real problem. Additionally you are supposed to be able to convert metric to imperial but this doesn’t work for me when I follow the instructions from the manual. It measures in kilometres only.

-There is a Heart Rate indicator on the console, which is nice, but no information in the manual about how to connect it to a heart rate monitor. My Polar H10 connects automatically and my heart rate shows up on the console, although I have no idea if it is connecting via Bluetooth or ANT+. The console also gives a power reading (in watts). I’m still trying to figure out the accuracy and usefulness of this information, but I like that it’s there. I seems that power always corresponds to a particular speed (e.g., 1000 watts = 6.5 km/hour)

-Other info

-Made in China. The sides of the “base” that flank the track are plastic

-I managed to bring it in the house and down the stairs by myself (with careful planning and difficulty- not recommend). It was too wide to fit through my front door in the box, unless I turned it on its side. So I took it out of the box and used the grab bar underneath to wheel it in. The good thing about the box is that it protects everything and keeps it in place, however, just realize that the unattached handrail, as well as the wood and cardboard that the unit is packed with, must be at least 100 lbs.

-My unit came from Florida to Ontario. I didn’t pay sales tax or import duties. I don’t know if I got away with something, so your experience may vary.

– I’ve been running barefoot and it feels really good (although the manufacturer suggests you wear shoes of course). My feet get black from running barefoot and make a mess on the shower floor.

-The track drags on the shag carpet as it turns. It’s probably not a problem.

-It was worth the money. I’ve been running for over 30 years. I’m not really competitive anymore but I still consider running an important part of my life. I just don’t want to run outside anymore for a variety of reasons. I usually run on it for about an hour at a time at a slow pace, although I’ve also used it at more prolonged intense pace and it worked well. I set up some KEF LSX speakers a few feet away at ear level, and it’s a lot of fun!

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Best Ever

Rated 5 out of 5
September 29, 2020

Best treadmill ever! Very sturdy and can handle fast speeds and heavier weight. On the expensive side, but worth it. You need to have a large area for it.

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Excellent Treadmill

Rated 4 out of 5
August 2, 2020

Delivery was very inconvenient. If you live in an apartment, notify the delivery calling agent that you require 2 people to drop off the item to your apartment door step and that they must take the wooden pallette away. Luckily, I had someone to help me with this 600lbs item, but if it was just me, I wouldn’t have been able to put it in the elevator and push it to my door, I’m a 5.2′ lady with a small frame. For the price, delivery should be more appealing and accommodating.

Once unwrapped, I was able to roll the item into the house and assembling the remaining features together was very easy. I’ve been using the treadmill for a month now and it works fantastic. The belt moves effortlessly when walking, jogging, or running on it. The console is very easy to use. The curve on the treadmill is great because if I want resistance I stay at the top of it and gradually make my way to the middle when I’m feeling tired or about to finish my workout. I use the machine every day for 30 – 40 minute jogs/runs and have noticed that neither my plantar fascitis nor knees hurt. I am very pleased with this product as I strongly recommend it for those that are too shy to run outside, or want to keep fit year long.

Katya Abbas
Rated 4.7 out of 5
4.7 out of 5 stars (based on 10 reviews)
Very good30%

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