Health and Fitness company PCE Health and Fitness owns the LifeSpan brand. Founded in 2001, it caters to the needs of those over the age of 55. A high-end home series, as well as a high-end Pro series, have been added to the line since its inception.

Treadmills, elliptical trainers, and rowing machines are all available under the LifeSpan brand. In the United States, Canada, and Mexico, it may now be found through fitness merchants.

Additionally, LifeSpan fitness participates in community events. They support the International Council on Active Aging and are a part of the Medical Fitness Association, both of which are professional organisations. Other non-profit organisations that they support include local high schools as well as the American Diabetes Association.

Where Are Lifespan Treadmills Made?

Fitness equipment from LifeSpan Fitness comes with both residential and light-commercial warranties. This Utah-based company has won numerous awards for its generous programming and high-quality components.

What We Like

  • Size: The majority of LifeSpan treadmills may be conveniently folded for storage.. When not in use, larger LifeSpan treadmills like the well-known TR3000i can be folded to save floor space.
  • No assembly required: The TR200 and other LifeSpan treadmills, as well as the Treadmill with Desk, are delivered fully constructed.
  • Console: The LifeSpan consoles contain soft-touch buttons and logical, user-friendly applications that are easy to understand. USB ports can be used to save and transfer workout data, and many LifeSpan Fitness Club members utilise their online accounts to keep track of their progress.
  • Audio:A number of LifeSpan treadmill models, including the i-series, feature high-quality sound systems and USB ports for smartphones.
  • Safety features:In comparison to home treadmills, LifeSpan treadmills have a greater number of safety features. As an example, the LifeSpan Treadmill Desk comes with Intelli-Guard. In other words, if you leave the machine unattended, it will automatically shut down.
  • Customer service: LifeSpan’s customer service is frequently praised.
  • Price: LifeSpan has a wide variety of plans at various price points. The most basic treadmills cost roughly $700, while the most complex versions can cost up to $2,400. Online, there are a lot of great deals to be found.
  • Warranties: For the most part, manufacturers’ lifetime warranties cover the frames and motors as well. If you purchase a commercial or residential warranty, you may be eligible for five or seven years of parts coverage and one or two years of labour coverage.

What We Don’t Like

Few complaints have been made about LifeSpan treadmills. A minor issue with these treadmills is that they don’t have cooling fans. There are a few other nitpicky things about the LifeSpan treadmill that may be found in the reviews.

Our Verdict

There is something for everyone at LifeSpan, no matter their size or budget. When it comes to elderly or parents with little children at home, their treadmills are well-made and have safety elements that can’t be overlooked.

Start your search with the award-winning TR4000i with 60-inch track or the less expensive TR3000i with 56-inch track. LifeSpan treadmills are the uncommon exception to our policy of awarding only four or five ratings.

How Much Does It Cost?

The value (TR) series of LifeSpan models costs between $900 and $1,500, while the PRO line costs between $2,000 and $3,500. A price range like this should make it easy to choose a product that fits your needs.


Powerful motors are the most significant drawback of these machines According to the leading brands in its price category it is smaller and less powerful than this. In addition to the fact that the LifeSpan models are aimed at those over the age of 55, I can understand why they don’t have large motors on their products.

Running Surface

Running surfaces are a good place to begin my treadmill reviews since they provide insight into the machine’s overall degree of comfort.

To walk or run, you need a certain amount of ground space under your feet known as the running surface. The unit of measurement is the inch (width x length).

Running on a tight path can make you feel confined. If it’s too short, your stride will show it. You’ll be afraid to move or stray because you’ll be afraid to tumble off.

Both of these options seem terrible and can have a negative impact on your workouts.

Choosing a treadmill with ample space for your legs is therefore critical. It not only makes working out more enjoyable, but it also keeps you safe and secure.

However, what is the ideal distance for a runner to cover?

20″ x 60″ is the standard for treadmills at home. Most persons (of varied heights) can walk and run without changing their stride length when they reach this size.

With a running surface of 20″ x 56″, TR1200i is a great option. It’s 4-inches shorter than the industry standard, but it’s spacious enough and reasonably priced.

Many persons less than 6 feet tall will not notice the lesser deck. You may have to shorten your stride a little when running at a faster pace if you’re taller than average.

At first appearance, the TR1200i appears to have a sturdy frame construction. Unlike many models in this pricing category, this one doesn’t appear flimsy..

You can gauge the treadmill’s strength by looking at its weight capacity. The more elevated the position, the better.

The 1200i’s weight capacity is 200 pounds (which is ridiculously low for a treadmill like this). I called a sales representative to double-check since I was shocked at the low weight limit.

My guess is that this treadmill has the lowest weight capacity I’ve ever seen, and I have no idea why. Unless I’m mistaken, this treadmill is made for folks who aren’t particularly large.

Eight compression shock absorbers are included in the deck. Impressive because it softens the landing with each step.

The TR1200i’s cushioning technology is safe and responsive, making it suitable for arthritis sufferers and people with joint issues. You’ll be able to work out for longer periods of time and recover more quickly.

The TR1200i has a 70.25′′ L x 33′′ W x 55′′ H footprint. A 39-inch-long by 33-inch-wide by 63-inch-high machine is instantaneously formed by folding it.

The TR1200i’s foldable frame is one of its best characteristics. A hydraulic shock helps fold and unfold the treadmill using LifeSpan Fitness’s EZfold technology.

The TR1200i is one of the few treadmills on the market that can be folded up for storage.

Because the frame is foldable, it saves room. If you don’t have a lot of room to work out, this is an excellent option. When you’re done working out, just fold it up and put it away.

There are four wheels on this cart: two on the front and two at the back for easy forward and backward movement and storage.

The TR1200i has a smaller running area than some of its competitors, which may be an issue for those who are taller than average. It’s a bonus that it doesn’t require a lot of effort to store, making it ideal for use at home.

Final Thoughts

LifeSpan Fitness’ TR1200i is a favourite of mine. If you’re looking for a low-impact cardio workout at home, this is the machine for you.

The inclination levels and numerous onboard programmes are two of my favourite features. Burning calories and exercising different muscle groups can make a major difference.

The treadmill’s narrow deck and low weight capacity will make it difficult for larger people to use it, in my estimation.

If the running surface was 60′′ (and the weight limit was 300 lb), this treadmill would have made my list of the best budget treadmills (though, to be honest, this treadmill is roughly $100 cheaper than most models on that list).

LifeSpan’s TR1200i treadmill, however, goes above and above my expectations for a $900 treadmill. Definitely worth it.