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How to Use a Treadmill
Use the treadmill safely
Talk to your doctor before starting exercise. Talk to your doctor about heart health before aerobic exercise. Talk to your doctor about the restrictions you should place on your training plan.  When seeking medical assessment, consider spinal and joint health, especially knee and ankle health.
If you have low cartilage, arthritis, or other joint problems, ask your doctor if a treadmill belt cushion is difficult for your joint.
The doctor recommends walking on grassy or soft surfaces to prevent further damage to the joints.
Familiarize yourself with the display, control panel, and safety features. Check the control panel, training options, and safety features before using the treadmill. If you seek advice from a trainer at the gym or purchase a treadmill for home use, consult your store sales representative or other specialist. Find the emergency stop button and check if the treadmill has a safety stop tether or clip.
Use safety clips. Always use the treadmill if it has a safety tether or clip. This feature clips to clothes and automatically stops the machine when you leave the control panel. Most people skip the tether, but it is the best and most recommended way to avoid serious harm when using a treadmill.
If it falls suddenly, it cannot be reached and the machine cannot be stopped using the emergency stop button.
Stopping the belt prevents burns, abrasions, and other physical hazards.
Do not look at your feet with your shoulders behind, your head up. Always use the proper form when walking or running on a treadmill. Your body is straight and upright, holding your shoulders and raising your chin. Your abdomen should be tight and your gaze should be fixed straight ahead. Do not look down at your feet.
Take a break from the time on the screen. One of the most common causes of treadmill-related injury is distraction from looking at mobile phones. If you don’t want to answer the phone or text by placing the phone elsewhere or in airplane mode. When listening to music using a mobile phone while running, use an arm strap for hands-free use and store in airplane mode.
Stop completely. Do not jump off the treadmill while the belt is moving. Instead, wait until you stop before getting off. If you need a break, turn off the machine or use the available pause function. There is no return to the moving belt.
Use the treadmill away from walls and windows. Your gym will most likely have a treadmill to avoid injuries in the event of a fall, but choose where to place your home machine carefully. If the treadmill is too close to the wall, the risk of getting caught between the moving belt and the wall increases. This can cause serious physical damage. Make sure there is a 6 to 8 foot (1.8 to 2.4 m) gap between the back of the treadmill and the nearest wall. Do not place the back of the treadmill near windows or glass doors. If dropped, there is a danger of colliding with the glass.