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    Walking On An Incline: The Missing Piece In Your Fitness Puzzle

    December 13, 2022

    Walking On An Incline: The Missing Piece In Your Fitness Puzzle

    Have you ever noticed that the last piece of a puzzle always seems to fit perfectly? That's the feeling you'll get when you add incline walking to your workout routine. Let us show you why.

    Benefits of Incline Walking

    Fresh Air for Your Cardio: Improved cardiovascular health.

    Walking on an incline adds an extra challenge to your cardio routine, which can improve your overall heart health. By increasing your heart and breathing rate, incline walking can strengthen your heart and lungs, leading to better cardiovascular fitness.

    Burn, Baby, Burn: Increased calorie burn.

    Incline walking can also help you burn more calories than on a flat surface. As you walk uphill, your body has to work harder to propel itself forward, which means you'll be burning more calories than you would at the same speed on a flat surface. This slope is a great way to boost your weight loss efforts.

    Firm Up Your Foundation: Enhanced muscle tone.

    Incline walking provides a great cardiovascular workout and can help tone your lower body muscles. You're engaging your glutes, quads, and calves as you walk uphill, which can help strengthen and tone these muscles. The added resistance the incline provides will help build muscle faster than walking on an even plane.

    Take the Pressure Off: Reduced impact on joints.

    Incline walking provides a low-impact workout. Because you're moving slower than you would with running, you're not subjecting your joints to the same amount of stress and impact. This reduced impact makes incline walking a logical option for those with joint pain or injuries who want to get a good workout without causing added harm to their joints.

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    Examples of Mixing Incline Walking into Your Routine

    Including incline walking into your routine can be as simple or challenging as you want. Here are a few examples of how you can get started:

    • Gradual Progress: If you're a novice, you can begin with a low-incline level routine. This slight slope will allow your body to adjust gradually to the added challenge of walking on an incline. As you acclimate, you can slowly increase the angle level to keep your workouts challenging and effective.
    • Interval Training: You can merge incline intervals and flat walking for a more intermediate routine. This blend is an excellent way to mix things up and challenge your body in different modes. For example, you can walk on a flat surface for one minute, then increase the incline for the next minute. Repeat this pattern for a set amount of time or a set number of intervals.
    • Steep Challenges: If you're an advanced exerciser, you can incorporate vertical incline levels into your routine. This steep slope is a way to push yourself and take your conditioning to the next level. Start slowly and gradually increase the incline level to avoid injury.

    A Slope for Every Level

    Landice's treadmills are designed with adjustable incline levels to accommodate any fitness level. Whether you're a beginner looking to take your first steps towards a healthier lifestyle, or an experienced athlete looking for a new challenge, our equipment can provide a customized slope for your unique needs.

    Built to Last

    We take pride in our durable and high-quality construction. Our treadmills withstand the most demanding workouts, so you can focus on pushing yourself without worrying about equipment.


    Personalized Programs for Every Goal

    In addition to adjustable incline levels, our incline trainers offer a variety of programs and features to help you reach your fitness goals. Whether you're training for a 5K or simply looking to mix up your routine, our equipment delivers the support you need to get the most out of your training.

    With Landice's incline trainers, you can take your walking workout to new heights.