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Treadmill With Tv and Internet; Benefits, Setup, Best Picks For The Money

Sitting all day and watching TV, or surfing the internet has turned many once-fit gym rats into puffy couch potatoes.

And on the other end, running on the treadmill has helped once pot-bellied couch potatoes into toned, fit gym freaks.

So, can you put these opposites together and make something out of them? Turns out you can!

In this post, I will be taking you through just about everything you need to know to take advantage of using your treadmill when watching TV.

Let’s get rolling.


Treadmill With Scenery Screen

Treadmill with screen is the perfect way to add some exciting scenery to your workout while keeping up with your exercise routine

One of the ways you can enjoy running on your treadmill while watching TV is if you have this cardio equipment in a room with a TV, like say the living room. But then, what happens if your treadmill is set up in a basement or garage gym?

That’s where some of the treadmills out there come in since they come with an installed screen. I will be going into a detailed review of each of these later on in this post, but for those who’re too curious, here’s a rundown of each of them…


Benefits of Treadmills with TV and Internet

Now that you know what some of the best treadmills with screens are, let’s take a glance at what makes them worth the money.


It’s a Pleasant Distraction

Enjoy an exhilarating and motivating workout while watching stunning views of beaches, forests, lakes and more

Have a hard time trying to get in as many hours as you’d want to when working out on your professional treadmill?

Those scenery screens on the treadmills mentioned here are meant for just that. They not only make your treadmill workouts fun but also help keep your mind off the task at hand while your muscles go to work.


Make the Workouts Interactive

Take your workout to the next level with the treadmill with screen

Whether you workout on treadmills using apps such as Aaptiv, Peloton or you use treadmill compatible with zwift, iFit or any other app, the goal is the same – making your workouts more interactive.

It allows you to participate in trainer-led immersive workouts that will put your muscles through their phases while still making the workout so much fun you’ll want more and more.

The motivation offered by the trainers makes for a great workout for beginners who need all the help they can get to keep going. And the scenery takes away any boredom that would otherwise easily set in for seasoned runners.

And hey, who doesn’t love this small workout room idea of running through awesome scenery like beaches, plains, and dirt paths up the mountains without ever leaving the comfort of their home?


You Can’t Miss the Metrics

Get an in-depth look at your workout stats while running on the treadmill with screen

Keeping track of your performance is indispensable when it comes to running on a treadmill.

Beginner treadmill users are prone to making mistakes due to lack of experience or running too hard for too long. On the other hand, experienced runners who don't track their progress may find their treadmill workouts have become more of a leisure activity than a serious training session. Careful monitoring of intensity and effort is essential for runners of all levels to see improvements and stay safe.

That’s why treadmills have evolved to include such metrics as the distance covered, the pace you’re going at, calories burned, time spent, and other crucial stats. 

Add a 22” HD screen (that constantly displays these stats) on top of that, and you just can’t miss the important info on how you are performing.


How to Set Up Internet for Your Treadmill - Nordictrack Treadmill

Learn How to Set Up Internet on Treadmill

Having a treadmill with a screen is one thing, setting up the internet on your treadmill is a whole new story altogether.

I will focus more on the Nordictrack treadmill here since it’s the one I got. 

Here’s how I went about connecting the iFit to WiFi:

  • The first step is going to the iFit website, which you can do by visiting idify.com and then following the prompts on your screen.
  • To set up an internet connection on your treadmill, you need to select the settings on the gear icon in the lower right corner of your screen upon prompt.
  • Next, select the wireless network mode, and ensure that Wi-Fi is enabled.
  • If you want to set up iFit modules on the internet, then you should go to the iFit module setup. Just go to iFit.com/wifi.
  • From here you can do more than setting up the connection, you can also learn how to connect your phone or tablet to your treadmill, Bluetooth connectivity setup, troubleshoot connectivity issues, install firmware updates, and much more.

To Turn on Bluetooth on the Nordictrack Treadmill

First, select your favorite exercise from the iFit library, select “start workout” and then click “connect to Bluetooth headphones” once you have your Bluetooth Headphones (or any other headphones you plan on using for this) all set up.


Is it Possible to use Nordictrack Treadmill Without Internet?

You need a Wi-Fi connection to use iFit. However, you can still use your treadmill in manual mode if you don’t have a connection for any reason.

There's a catch though, there are some perks you’ll have to miss out on.


Can I Watch TV on My Treadmill?

With the latest technology, you can now watch your favorite shows while running on a treadmill

The short answer is, as you would expect, a resounding yes! Thing is, as long as the treadmill you have has a TV function, then you sure can enjoy watching TV as you exercise.

Thankfully, most high-end self-propelled treadmills these days come with this cool feature. From Nordictrack to Bowflex, Proform as well as other brands as you will see later on.

For lovers of Netflix, I know what you’ve got running in your mind right now. Can I watch Netflix on my treadmill?

The good news is, sure, you can. There are also treadmills out there that allow you to stream Netflix and enjoy your favorite shows as you do your cardio. We’ll get into details about watching Netflix on your treadmill in a moment.

However, the bottom line is, with most of the treadmills with TV also allowing you to hook them up to the internet, you don’t have to miss a moment on the screen as you exercise.

The only question you might be faced with is...should you?


Can you watch Netflix on a treadmill? How Can I Set Up Netflix on My Treadmill?

You can watch Netflix on a treadmill with the right setup

As I mentioned above, you can watch Netflix on your treadmill as you work out. But you have to get it all set up and also make sure to keep safety in mind and always keep cords away from the moving parts.

Well then, let’s get right into that.


Netflix on Nordictrack Treadmill

Watch Netflix on Nordictrack treadmill with easy steps

If you own one of these treadmills, the one challenge you’re most likely to run up against is having to tinker with the admin settings.

Many owners of these treadmills though are wary of this lest they end up with a void warranty. But if you love Netflix enough to risk it all for your favorite show, then just be vigilant and install Netflix on your machine.

Here are the steps:

  • If you want to access your iFit admin mode on the machine, start by tapping 10 times on any blank spot. Wait for about 5 seconds and repeat the tapping 10 times. If fortune is on your side, the device won't require a code and you'll see the message "privileged mode enabled" appear.
  • Now, swipe up across the screen from the very bottom, then hit the circle, and proceed to tap on the 6 dots that appear in the middle. If you won't find settings button, then you need to go to browser app.
  • Click the browser app, then go to any APK downloader and install Netflix on the machine.

Note*: You need a completely stable version of Netflix for this.

Remember, you may void your warranty if you enter the NordicTrack admin panel, so only try this once the warranty period is over. Otherwise If you're considering selling your treadmill, you won't get the best resale value.

For those who won’t want to risk, then you can still access YouTube on your treadmill, which can still be fun enough depending on what prods you are interested in.

Here is how to install Netflix on NordicTrack treadmill:



Watching Netflix on Peloton Treadmill

It's time to watch your favorite show on netflix on Peloton treadmill

Peloton is very much like the NordicTrack treadmill machine as far as the LCD with Android operating system (OS).

So yes, you can access the admin panel to install the Netflix app on your treadmill.


How About Watching Netflix on my Proform Treadmill?

For the Proform treadmill, you can follow these steps:

  • Start by factory resetting the console – this can be done by following instructions on your Proform (Proform 9000) treadmill user manual – page 30 to be precise.
  • Once you complete the reset, make sure not to do any updates.
  • Skip the prompts to sign in and instead select the user icon to go to the maintenance screen.
  • Tap 10 times continuously on the same spot on the screen, and then wait for 7 seconds, repeat the tapping for 10x.
  • Next, swipe upward from the bottom of the screen to go to the Android home screen and then press the circle icon.
  • Select the Android Wi-Fi settings and establish a connection to your Wi-Fi network.
  • Go to the browser and then search for Netflix APK. Follow the prompts to install Netflix on your machine.

Note*: however, that when using your treadmill on the iFit app, browsing your way to Netflix might cause the machine to pause. In that case, pressing the physical start button should get it going again (with the Netflix app active)


Can I Download Netflix onto iFit?

You can't watch netflix on iFit.

I hate to be the party pooper, but no, that’s no longer possible. Well yes, there used to be a way a user could bypass iFit’s programming and download Netflix or other Android-compatible apps on their Nordictrack machine.

That’s no longer the case since the company brought about an update that put paid to this trick by users. The only reason offered for this was concerns about third-party apps and software connected to the equipment, much to the disappointment of many users.

It also must be noted that the company pushes iFit subscriptions through the monitor on their machine, so any smart user would figure out why Nordictrack wouldn’t want to have users accessing other media services on the equipment’s monitor.


Benefits of Having Treadmills

All the glitz and glamor aside, what benefit do you get from having a treadmill? Well sure, if it has all the bells and whistles, then you can bet it packs more perks, but the bottom line is pretty much the same right? 

Here are some benefits you stand to reap from your investment in one of these machines;

In a nutshell;

  • The predictable surface on a treadmill offers a much safer and easier run than negotiating curbs, trails, or sidewalks. 
  • You get to control all the aspects of your workout – from the speed to the incline, warm-up and cool-down sessions, intensity, and duration.
  • Treadmills allow users to design custom programs that fit within their daily schedule or exercise regimen.
  • Treadmill runs burn calories rather faster than you would with most other indoor exercises performed with kettlebells or gorilla bow.
  • Some treadmill machines feature additional specs like heart rate monitors, low impact workouts and step counters for better tracking of your progress. 
  • You can multitask while on your treadmill. Even it will be a good past time for seniors on treadmills while they watch their favorite shows.

Other great treadmill benefits;

The benefits above are just the tip of the iceberg, scratch the surface, and a treadmill opens the door to a world of a lot more cool benefits that are hands down worth pursuing.


Improved cardio health

Get ready to enjoy improved cardio health with a treadmill workout

It’s a cardio machine after all, and one of the most popular ones at that. What makes treadmills so outstanding is the flexibility you get. You can go from taking it easy as a rookie to stepping on the gas and taking the intensity to completely new heights for an outstanding cardio exercise.

From lowering cholesterol levels to fixing other cardiovascular issues, treadmills are very beneficial.

This machine can also help you in diagnosing cardiac issues such as artery blockages or heart diseases that you might not have spotted yet. And yes, training on this piece of equipment helps avoid these problems, too.

Treadmill runs also help increase high-density lipoprotein while reducing the low-density lipoprotein in the user’s blood.


It's a Great Weight Loss Machine

Step up your weight-loss game with a treadmill - the perfect way to burn calories and stay fit

I already touched on this above. If your main goal is to lose weight using this cardio machine, then the rate at which you can burn calories on a treadmill should stack the odds in your favor.

Besides, since most professional treadmills are easier on your knees and other joints used in running, you can be consistent with your workout over a long time.

Moreover, you’re in charge of the process, you can decide to take it slow with low-intensity workouts, or go the HIIT way and crank it up.


Helps build stronger muscles

Treadmills are an excellent way to strengthen and tone your muscles, so you can get the body of your dreams

Besides cutting weight and enhancing your cardiovascular health, running on a treadmill is also good for your muscles – calves, hams, glutes, quads, as well as the lumbar, and abdominal muscles. But it's important to know how long to run on the treadmill in order to maximize gains while avoiding overtraining or exhaustion.

You can also choose to ante things up a notch by holding weights when training on your treadmill.


It's also Good for Your Mental health

Treadmills are great for mental health - the physical activity helps reduce stress, boost energy levels and improve concentration

Treadmill workouts combining with rowing or cycling are also a great way of building better mental health in the long run. It has been proven that regular exercise helps reduce most depression symptoms in individuals.

The secret is in the release of endorphins, which is triggered by such physical activity as running on the treadmill. These happiness chemicals help elevate mood while decreasing stress, anxiety, and depression.

Exercise also makes the brain more sensitive to serotonin and norepinephrine hormones, which are known to relieve symptoms of stress and depression.


Better Blood Sugar Regulation

Treadmills are one of the best forms of exercise for people with diabetes

Treadmill workout not only helps with cardio health and muscle toning, but you also get to prevent most diseases that result from a sedentary lifestyle – the likes of diabetes. This sort of workout performed on curved or flat treadmill is great for regulating insulin, especially in Type-2 diabetes patients.

Regular cardio is essential for overall wellbeing, but it's not enough. Eating healthy foods and watching your nutrition can be just as important. Making sure you take in the right balance of nutrients through food or meal replacement shakes like Jimmy Joy and Huel may be key to helping you reach your goals.


Better Sleep Quality

Exercising on a treadmill can help promote better sleep patterns

There are a whole lot of benefits that come with getting a good night's sleep. It's common to wake up feeling lighter when you've had a good night's rest. But you need to get quality sleep in the first place, and that’s where things often get a bit complicated.

If you’re stressed out or getting too tired after a long and arduous day, then you might find it hard to get the amount and quality of sleep you need. That’s where a good treadmill workout before bedtime comes in.

Working out on a treadmill helps better your sleep by stretching your muscles before bed, and raising your body temperature, which then decreases during sleep (improving the quality of sleep) and a boost in melatonin (sleep hormone) release.


What To Look For When Buying A Treadmill

Here is a guide to help you choose the best treadmill for your needs

If you're contemplating getting a treadmill, be it one with TV and internet or any treadmill for that matter, you’ve got to be sure you are getting your money’s worth.

Here are some tips that should help you bag one heck of a deal and get the best value for your money.

In a nutshell;

What you need in a treadmill boils down to these aspects

Budget – Just how much are you willing (or able) to fork up?

Users – How many users are going to be using the equipment, and how often will it be in use?

Type of use – will you be doing HIIT sprints or easy walks and jogs?

Space – How much space do you have available for the machine? If you're short on space, a fold flat treadmill that stores neatly under the bed might be your best bet and if you have a low ceiling, a low-profile treadmill can be the perfect choice for your workout needs.

Extras – They might not be a must-have for everyone, but such additional features like screen, TV, and internet are a big plus for some.


So, What Should You Look For in A Treadmill With TV Screen

If you’re on the prowl for a treadmill with TV screen, which is most likely the case now that you’ve read this far, you need to check if it checks most, if not all, of these boxes.

Workout program subscription – The more the better, but you don’t have to get a unit with more subscriptions than you need.

Technological capabilities – Such as the ability to stream Netflix from the equipment itself, other vital capabilities to suit your needs.

Durability – This one’s down to the equipment frame, how solidly it’s built, and the quality of the material.

Warranty – Most high-end treadmills will feature a warranty of up to 10+ years.

Weight capacity capabilities – Depending on your weight or the weight of other users in the family.

Horsepower – The higher the CHP the better really, especially for HIIT workouts and frequent use.

Ease of use – It doesn’t have to be too complicated that you can figure out how to make the most out of it; this goes for the settings, display stats, to knob adjustments.

Noise – A relatively quiet treadmill is much far better than a noisy one that you can’t use regularly without pissing others off, especially during the night or early mornings.

Safety – Handrails, emergency power cut-off cord or clip, or any other safety features the machine comes with the matter, a lot.

Data tracking – Get a machine that tracks and displays data accurately and clearly, the capability to connect to tracking apps such as iFit, Noom, Omada, Zwift or Sufferfest and smart watches is even better.

Smart features – Capability to remember recent settings, Bluetooth headphone connectivity, Wi-Fi connection, and ability to sync with apps are all welcome plus.


What you can do on the internet, Bluetooth phone, etc...

Pretty much everything to keep you entertained as you grind it out. You can decide to listen to music, watch videos, or shows. It’s all down to what piques your interest or captures your attention.

You can also stream workouts on your device, your call J


Top Treadmills Brands

Here is a list of the top treadmills brands available today

There are a bunch of treadmill brands out there, we can’t dissect each one of them, in this post.

But for those of you looking for top options on the market, here are some of my favorites that I’d highly recommend.

  • NordicTrack
  • Proform
  • Bowflex
  • Peloton

I have tried, tested, and owned treadmills from these brands and I can swear by their quality, service, and durability.


Best treadmills with tv and internet

All said and done, let’s now take a look at some cool treadmills with TV and the Internet. I got to kick the tires on quite a number of them, and these are the ones that I felt are worth sharing with your peeps. So yeah, let’s dive right in.


Proform Pro 9000 is high-end treadmill with adjustable cushioning and a powerful 4.0 CHP motor

Proform Pro 9000 is an advanced, high-end treadmill designed with adjustable cushioning and a powerful 4.25 CHP motor, offering the best in comfort and performance for all your running needs.

This machine is almost as good as the Nordictrack 2950.  If you’re just not a Nordicktrack fan, then here’s what you can expect with this one.

The Specs

Display: 10” backlit display

Incline: 0 to 15% quick incline control

Speed: 0-12MPH speed

Belt Size: 22” by 60” belt

Dimensions: 80” by 40” by 25”

Max weight capacity: 400 pounds

Warranty: Lifetime warranty on frame, 6-year warranty on parts, 3-year warranty on labor

Proform Pro 9000 Review

Made from alloy steel, the Proform Pro 9000 is a juggernaut built to last you a lifetime, the manufacturers are so confident in it that they offer a lifetime warranty on the frame.

The frame isn’t the only aspect the 9000 boasts though, the 0-15% incline and -3-0% decline are nonetheless impressive, too. Then there’s the 0-12MPH quick speed control that caters to users of various fitness levels.

Its screen might be less than half that of the 2950 above, but what the Pro 9000 lacks in the display, it makes up for in the user capacity, outperforming 2950 by a whole 100 pounds at 400-pound max user capacity.

You can’t go wrong with the galore of workout apps – 38 of them to be precise, not to mention that this machine also comes with a wireless chest strap, dual-grip EKG HRT, as well as an iPad holder.

ProShox cushioning makes this one of the comfiest cushioned treadmills on the market, not to mention its balanced non-flex rear rollers for a convenient workout experience.

It too is iFit compatible, which is great for beginners who need all the help, education, entertainment, and motivation they can get from trainers.


Nordictrack T-Series features a 10 Smart HD touchscreen, this treadmill offers incline training up to 10%

Looking for more of a budget option that still packs a serious punch, then go for the T-series. This machine has been on the market for long enough to be tried, tested, and proven.

The Specs

Display: 10” Interactive HD touchscreen

Incline: 10% OneTouch incline control

Speed: 10MPH speed

Belt Size: 20” by 50” belt

Dimensions: 67.5” by 36” by 73”

Max weight capacity: 300 pounds

Warranty: 10-year warranty on frame, 2-year warranty on parts, 1-year warranty on labor

Nordictrack T-Series Review

It might be more affordable, but don’t mistake the T-Series for being a flimsy El-Cheapo. This one too features a robust alloy steel frame that can support up to 300 pounds maximum user weight.

You not only get to enjoy all the perks that come with an iFit membership, but you also get up to a 30-day free trial for the family membership where you can add up to 5 users.

The 10-inch display may seem small, but it’s not only very immersive (and easy to see the metrics of your workout) but also super easy to use thanks to the touchscreen design.

You can always count on the 10% incline function to bring that much-needed difficulty into your workouts, not to mention the OneTouch ease of use design. And yes, your iFit trainer can auto-adjust it for you.

You can’t help falling in love with the Bluetooth headphone connectivity for an immersive audio experience.

An innovative SpaceSaver design featuring EasyLift Assist makes the unit a breeze to fold up and store away after use.


Nordictrack Commercial 2950 Treadmill offers powered incline and decline as well as on-demand coaching programs

The 2950 treadmill wins the third position in our shortlist. It’s built like a tank, but still packs all the bells and whistles you’d find on a high-end treadmill of its caliber.

The Specs

Display: 22” HD touchscreen

Incline: -3 to 15% digital incline control

Speed: 0-12MPH speed

Belt size: 22” by 60” belt

Dimensions: 66.6” high by 39.2” wide by 79.5” long

Max weight capacity: 300 pounds

Warranty: 10-year frame warranty, 2-year warranty on parts

Nordictrack Commercial 2950 Review

Digital Quick Speed control for fast speed adjustment, along with smart auto-adjust function by iFit for better workout optimization depending on the user’s fitness level.

The incline and decline are also quick and digitally control and can be automatically adjusted by your iFit trainer to match your intensity needs.

Comes with up to 30-day free iFit family (you can add up to 5 users) membership, where you can stream live, on-demand workouts right on the treadmill, as well as studio classes.

The large 22” HD touchscreen display is in a league of its own, whether you are watching TV on this equipment, or just keeping an eye on your performance stats, you gotta love it.

Despite the large size of the unit, its EasyLift Assist allows you to fold it up after use for easy, space-efficient storage.

And then there’s the Runners Flex cushioning that takes much strain out of your joints.


Proform Carbon T10 is an affordable yet durable treadmill with adjustable shock absorption for extreme workouts

It might have a max horsepower of just 2 CHP, but before you brush this treadmill aside as not worth the money, let’s take a closer look and see what exactly it’s made of.

The Specs

Display: 10” Interactive HD touchscreen

Incline: 12% OneTouch incline control

Speed: 10MPH speed

Belt Size: 20” by 55” belt

Dimensions: 57.5” by 35.2” by 73.5”

Max weight capacity: 300 pounds

Warranty: 10-year warranty on frame, 1-year warranty on parts and labor

Proform Carbon T10 Review

The carbon steel build of this treadmill not only ranks its max user weight limit up there among the big boys, but it also gives the treadmill the strength and rigidity it needs to last for ages.

The max CHP of 2 might not sound like it could cut it, but this treadmill will still make you break a sweat at a max speed of 12 miles per hour, and that ain’t no joke especially if you’re new to treadmill runs.

Add a 12% incline to that speed, and the level of difficulty rises to a whole new level, but so are the results you get. Not to worry though, the machine also comes with a self-cooling machine that should make your sessions less sweaty.

And the 10” HD touchscreen keeps you updated on the performance you’re putting out so you can know when to ramp it up and when to ease on the gas.

The spacious belt offers more than ample running surface. And although the unit can be a bit space-hungry when in use, it features a folding space-saver design for easy, convenient storage.

The only gripe I have with this one is that it needs assembly before use.


Commercial X22i's state of the art technology integrated into this commercial grade treadmill provides users with iFit enabled personalized workouts

Nordictracks commercial-grade X22i treadmill has established itself in best professional and home gym set ups. You might have to splurge on one, but it sure does offer you the value you pay for.

The Specs

Display: 22” HD touchscreen

Incline: -6 to 40% incline control

Speed: 12MPH speed

Belt Size: 22” by 60” belt

Dimensions: 72.5” by 39” by 70”

Max weight capacity: 300 pounds

Warranty: 10-year warranty on frame, 2-year warranty on parts, and 1-year labor warranty

Nordictrack Commercial X22i Review

You can already tell from the specs that this monster means business, add the steel alloy frame to all the fancy features, and you have one solid, handy machine that can take a whole lot of abuse.

Its spacious deck offers a great deal of wiggle room for legs and elbows – ideal for beginners, with the robust build allowing it to withstand a ton of user weight. You make your workout even better on this treadmill with the largest incline. Whether you're trying to get rid of "mom butt" or tone a jiggly butt, this machine can help you achieve your goals.

And that’s not all, this machine also boasts a galore of other cool features like the ActivePulse that adjusts the machine to match your heart rate target, reflex deck cushioning, thousands of iFit workouts, and studio classes. 

The iFit family membership is available for 30 days, and you can add a maximum of 5 users.


NordickTrack EXP 7i features 17k+ workout, unmatched trainers and multiple user access

Looking for a great treadmill run experience? Look no further, the EXP-7i got all you need. The specs say it all;

The specs

Display: 7” HD smart touchscreen

Incline: 12% incline control

Speed: 12MPH speed

Belt Size: 22” by 60” belt

Dimensions: 77.3” by 35.3” by 59.6”

Max weight capacity: 300 pounds

Warranty: 10-year warranty on frame, 2-year warranty on parts, and 1-year labor warranty

NordickTrack EXP 7i Review

The audio experience does it for me when it comes to this machine. Its Bluetooth audio capabilities and the 2 digitally amplified speakers stand out, no buts.

That’s not all though, you’ll also love the AutoBreeze workout fan as it ensures you keep cool throughout your workout. Considering the max speed and incline, you’re gonna need all the breeze you can get.

For a smooth operation at high speed, you can count on the high precision, balanced non-flex rollers, they never disappoint.

An EKG grip pulse feature brings a whole new twist to the efficiency of this machine, and so does the automatic trainer control.

Is space at a premium? No problem! You’ve got the SpaceSaver design with an EasyLift foldable design for easy, hassle-free storage.

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Ben Mayz

Hi there! I'm Ben, main author and chief editor at Fitlifefanatics.com. I have been obsessed with Strength Training and Fitness for 16 years now.
My passion for living a happy fit lifestyle is what made me realize that fitness is what I wanted for my future.
I went on to earn my Masters in Sports Training & Biomechanics.
My passion for Strength training & fitness and my love of helping others is what made me start Fitlifefanatics.
Here, myself, and a team of specialist aim to provide the most accurate, and actionable information possible in hopes to help foster the fitness community forward.
You can learn more about Fitlifefanatics on our About Page

Ben Mayz

Hi there! I'm Ben, main author and chief editor at Fitlifefanatics.com. I have been obsessed with Strength Training and Fitness for 16 years now. My passion for living a happy fit lifestyle is what made me realize that fitness is what I wanted for my future. I went on to earn my Masters in Sports Training & Biomechanics. My passion for Strength training & fitness and my love of helping others is what made me start Fitlifefanatics. Here, myself, and a team of specialist aim to provide the most accurate, and actionable information possible in hopes to help foster the fitness community forward. You can learn more about Fitlifefanatics on our About Page