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Assault AirRunner

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Assault AirRunner

A New Breed of Treadmill from the Makers of the Assault AirBike.

The Assault AirRunner completely redefines the manual treadmill, offering superior steel construction, dependable stability, and no-limits functionality in a streamlined, energy-efficient design. Few high-performance running machines are as lightweight (280 LBS) and portable (built-in transport wheels) as the AirRunner, and its compact footprint makes it adaptable to just about any type of training space.

Because it’s a motorless treadmill, the AirRunner uses no electricity, running instead on the energy produced by the user’s own movement. Whether you’re a beginner athlete or a competitor at the highest levels, the machine can instantly conform to your desired speed, even if you change your output randomly at will. There is no maximum speed setting—if you want to push your limits during a workout, the AirRunner will be uniquely up to the task.

Assault’s precision design includes not only a solid steel frame and handrails, but corrosion resistant hardware and a durable slatted running surface—built with HIIT (high intensity interval training) in mind. The included AirRunner console keeps you informed on your time, calories burned, distance, speed, watts, and pace, with a number of heart-rate and interval programs available. The absence of a drive motor and lift motor also makes this treadmill easier to clean and maintain than many comparable indoor running machines.

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Specifications

  • Motor-Free Treadmill / Indoor Running Machine
  • Steel Frame & Handrails + Corrosion-resistant Hardware
  • Weight: 280LB / 127KG
  • Built-In Handle and Transport Wheels
  • Digital Console with HIIT and Heart Rate Programs
  • Can be integrated into Queenax™ functional circuit training
  • Uses no Electricity - low carbon foot print
  • For All Skill Levels
  • Color: Black

Gear Specs

Brand Assault Fitness
Made In USA No
Color Black
Product Weight 280LB
Length 69.9"
Width 32.8"
Height 32.8"
Other Product Specs Max User Weight 350LB
Steel Notes Steel Frame
Assault AirRunner is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 23.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 3 weeks in and love it Never tried one before buying it. I read the reviews and knew I wanted an interval training machine for my home gym during the NE winters. It took me a few runs to get comfortable but after 1 week I could hit sprinting speed in a few seconds from stepping on it. I don’t want to run on a motorized treadmill again. The electronic display has more functions then I was expecting and am pleased with this. I will say the treadmill is a beast to pick up. The rollers on the bottom work great but carrying it up a step was no joke. That said the plus side is the treadmill is a total tank and hope it holds up for years. Installation took 15 minutes, it is very simple and I am not handy.
Date published: 2019-12-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not for the long run! I've had the Assault Runner for four months! The covers are craked, the handrails wiggle, and the belt makes more noise every day. I though it was great when I got it...I'd like to know what all these rave reviewers think now. This is NOT built for the long run.
Date published: 2019-12-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I’ve been waiting for this! Totally transforms the treadmill experience. I work out on conventional treadmills and I hate jumping on that spinning belt! Will email you to find out if you’ve placed any in CT gyms.
Date published: 2019-12-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Commercial quality, fantastic machine. I have wanted a quality curved manual treadmill for quite some time. I have had this for about three months now and use it in some form on a daily basis. The build quality is extremely solid and it will likely last me the rest of my fitness career. One important item of note is that this treadmill is without a doubt much more difficult than running outside. When I first started out my mile times were 1:30 to 2:00 slower on this machine. That has improved with technique but I doubt I will ever run as quickly over long distance on this as I do on the ground. If you are looking at this machine for only long steady state cardio I would say look elsewhere. Steady state can be done on it no problem but it's more difficult. This machine really shines for HIT style training. With all that said I am really happy with my purchase.
Date published: 2019-11-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it! Arrived on time and packed well. Easy to put together and start using right away. Great product!!
Date published: 2019-09-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Heavy duty and tough! Very pleased with this purchase. It’s expensive but worth it over a motorized treadmill. Easier on the joints and harder on the muscles.
Date published: 2019-08-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Running Like Your Suppose To! Not a fan of regular treadmills as they basically work only your front leg muscles and forget about the glutes and hamstrings. The AirRunner gets everything involved and even a good core workout to maintain proper running posture. Love that I can switch speeds without haveing to press or hold down buttons. I can get really creative with sprint circuits but keep moving when changing speeds. No need to step off and press the increase button 10 times for example. GREAT TECHNOLOGY and has made me actually enjoy running for exercise which i have always hated till now.
Date published: 2019-06-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great option for incremental weather, it is harder I'll start with the negatives, outside of price (I purchased mine during the annual spring sale and if you're close to it you should too). Firstly, this is more difficult than running outside. If running on a treadmill is easier because the motor moves the track, this is harder because you (and gravity) push the entire track forward. I'd say it's roughly 20% different which is what they put the calorie differential at. This could be a benefit however as the first fair weather run feels like you're flying, you just have to acclimate to not making your normal times on this machine. Secondly and finally, setting the speed takes getting used to. It's never going to be as easy as a motor that does it for you and there will be times whether walking or running that you feel like it should be going faster or at a more consistent speed. That being said, when you do acclimate to the treadmill and start hitting that mindless sort of stride everything falls nicely into place. Anything else I can say about this treadmill is positive. It's comfortable/shock absorbing and easy on the knees. The curve is just enough to help and feel right but not be annoying or noticeable. And if you live somewhere the weather stops you from getting outside it's incredibly convenient albeit more expensive than a gym. The greatest benefit, being able to push when you want to without entering a speed on a treadmill is better than I expected, especially with the instant feedback. Not only is it incredibly easy but you set the speed by simply running at the speed you want, not guessing what speed you want to run at and waiting for the treadmill to pick it up as you slosh along one handed. While I've had off days where the speed was slower than expected, I've also had really great days where I've run substantially faster than I thought I could on a treadmill. My parents and young children have walked/run on the treadmill as well. My parents don't do a lot of running but they're still tempted to get a similar treadmill. the hand rails are positioned well enough that you don't think about them but you can use them easily. Setup was simple. It's maybe a dozen screws that put the handles on and you're there. The main treadmill below the handles is fully assembled on arrival. There's no real maintenance to it, I have a letter from the manufacturer that says to simply wipe it down when you're done.
Date published: 2019-05-01
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