Our Treadmill Selection
One of the ways we help our customers is with our massive selection of new and preowned models. We’re constantly adjusting our inventory and working to have as wide of a selection as possible to help you decide what you need.
Residential & Commercial models, carefully selected for each application
New Treadmills from top Brands like Spirit, SportsArt, Landice, BodyCraft, Body-Solid, and more! Models start at $1,199
Pre-Owned Treadmills from brands like Life Fitness, Matrix, Star Trac, True, and Precor to name a few! This inventory is constantly changing, but we often have models in stock as low as $499
Folding Treadmills that are sturdy and high-quality
Heavy-duty Treadmills for all kinds of commercial applications like multi-family housing gyms, corporate wellness centers, and commercial gyms
Why Shop with Bandit Fitness
Over the years, we’ve learned a ton about what actually matters when customers are looking for a treadmill, and we’ve worked hard to provide that.
Try out everything in our store and get a workout in, as many times as you need, to make an informed decision
Accessories for treadmills, such as TV / iPad brackets, rubber flooring, console upgrades, & lubricant
Interest-Free Financing options ranging as high as 6, 12, or 18 months
Price-Matching policy allows you to get the best deal while still leveraging all of our knowledge, support, and service
In-House Repairs and maintenance, giving you peace of mind with local support
Stating the obvious about treadmills
Here’s a shocker: Florida is hot, and it rains a lot. So if you’re the type of person who expects to get their cardio workouts outdoors, there’s going to be a fair number of “I’ll work out tomorrow” days. And that’s exactly our reasoning for working out at home: take away the excuses.
So we might all struggle with the same beachy lifestyle here in FL, but that doesn’t mean our cardio workouts should be the same, and, believe it or not, treadmills aren’t all the same. Some people are avid runners, and want sprinter-centric features on the treadmill they use at home. Some people only need a walking treadmill to stay active and keep up with the grandkids. Some people need a high weight capacity. Some need a long deck for a long stride. Some people waddle when they walk and need a wide belt-- you get the idea. There are options out there for everybody. So, when shopping for a treadmill (especially online!) try to speak with a physiology expert. Who knows, a treadmill might not even be the right form of cardio for you— but all it takes is a discussion to make sure.