Most tech-friendly treadmills want to lock you into a proprietary workout program. If you want to use, say, a NordicTrack treadmill, you need to use the company’s streaming platform for live and on-demand workouts. It’s a similar situation with Peloton, Myx, and just about any other internet-connected machine you’ll find, where you’ll need to pony up a subscription fee to access the treadmill’s streaming content.
Horizon’s 7.8 AT requires no such commitment. The smart treadmill works with fitness apps made by outside companies like Peloton, Zwift, Studio, and Nike Run Club. Runners also have the option of not using an app at
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