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New Treadmill Alert – Nordictrack Introduces the Nordictrack X32i Incline Trainer!

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Looking for the Ultimate Commercial incline trainer?

You don’t have to look far!

Nordictrack just introduced a brand new incline trainer for this year – the Nordictrack X32i incline trainer. (click here for the full review)


nordictrack x32i incline trainer review
Nordictrack X32 Incline Trainer


And as always, there are some impressive upgrades.

The biggest one?

A massive 32-inch, HD, touch-screen console.

(Can you even call it a console anymore? It’s more like a huge, interactive computer screen on your treadmill.)


nordictrack X32i incline trainer review


Up until last year the largest console that Nordictrack made was the 22-inch screen on their Commercial 2950 treadmill and the X22i incline trainer.

And even then – the 22 inch screen is still knock-your-socks-off impressive – even better than many health club treadmill consoles.

However the 32-inch, interactive screen takes it up even further.


nordictrack X32i incline trainer screen


The larger screen gives you a more immersive, virtual-reality type experience, especially when running the different iFit Coach world trails or taking a high-energy fitness class from your console.

Of course you also get the popular 40% inclines and 6% declines for faster calorie burning results and better crosstraining.

You also get upgraded, commercial-grade construction on this unit. From the reinforced steel frame to the massive 4.25 Commercial motor to the larger 2.5 inch, non-flex rollers, this machine was built to last you a very long time.


nordictrack x32 incline trainer grips


Nordictrack has also added reinforced sled grips and push bars on the console. These can add a new way to train on your treadmill. Just turn the treadmill to 1.0 MPH and set it on manual mode and then dig in for more intense strength training.

These grips are also integrated in some of the new iFit Coach workouts.

Is there a downside?

Well, this incline trainer is fairly pricey and not necessarily the best option for someone looking for a simple, standard treadmill. Also, be aware that it does not fold up (non of the incline trainers fold up).

But if you’re looking for the ultimate virtual reality training experience, it’s definitely worth considering!


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Nordictrack X32 incline trainer review