FitnessTown | Your Fitness Experts
1-855-417-1111 Login/Register 7 Store Locations 0 Shopping Cart




Muscle in Focus: Calves by Shawn Vint

The calf muscle is the common name given the two muscles that work to flex the bottom of the foot (the plantar), allowing elevation on our tip-toes. The proper name given these muscles are the underlying soleus muscle, lying close to the bone, and the gastrocnemius, the outer, larger of the two muscles giving well shaped calves a nice diamond-shaped look. If you’re wondering where the common term ‘calf’ came from, it is from the Latin name given for these two muscles combined as a unit, the...

Read More

How to buy a treadmill (Part 3)

Over the past two weeks we have learned about cool features that treadmills have to offer and we've taken a few models for 8-minute test-runs. So where does this take us next? As we've noted before, buying a treadmill is a key step to building one's home gym. From walking to running, it's one of the greatest and most useful forms of exercise one can do - both from an ease of use and a familiarity standpoint. If there is one form of exercise you want to be able to do in to your golden years,...

Read More

How to buy a treadmill (Part 2)

As mentioned last week, understanding the key features that treadmills have to offer is essential while on your quest for a treadmill. Sometimes the task of looking at all the brochures, websites, and the variety of prices can seem quite daunting. So what's the next step? This brings us to part 2 of a 3 part series on "How to buy a treadmill". This week we focus on how the treadmills feel , not how they spec out . Try to remember the last time you bought a pair of shoes that were just...

Read More

How to buy a treadmill (Part 1)

Buying a treadmill is a major step in building your home gym. Do not take the leap until you have considered these tips on treadmill types, key features, cost, and product reviews. Part I: Things to consider when buying a treadmill Every treadmill is essentially the same, much as every car has four wheels, two bumpers and an engine, and so too, there are common traits every treadmill share. However, the materials making up these features can vary as much as apples to oranges. So, take note...

Read More
Restock and New Arrivals!
Join our exclusive free mailing list


Back To Top

The item has been added to your shopping cart.

Product Description
Product Name
Color: ?
Quantity: 0
Basket Summary
Total Items in Basket: 0 items
Merchandise Subtotal: $0.00
* Subtotal does not include shipping, discounts or taxes