EPIC Treadmills: Make Each Run Legendary

October 25, 2012

Must See Running Videos

Do you feel like a hamster on a wheel every time you hop on a treadmill? EPIC has a tricked-out machine for you. Available at Dick's Sporting Goods, The state-of-the-art line of Epic treadmills includes machines with features like:

  • An interactive and Wi-Fi-enabled platform called iFit, which uses Google maps so you can pull up a running route from anywhere in the world then adjusts to mirror the incline/decline of the actual terrain.
  • A competition feature (we love it!), which allows users to race friends and challengers in the iFit community.
  • Consoles that allow you to do way more than change the incline. You can use it to browse your email, check Facebook and stream videos. Just don't fall!
  • Motion sensors and extra safety features that shut down the machine when pets or small kids approach.
  • Customizable settings that adjust workouts for personal stats like height or weight.
  • Better cushioning for firmer push-offs and less impact on knees.
  • The EPIC Rewards Program, offering bonuses (everything from trainer tips, free tune-ups and discounts at Dick’s), based on the number of miles you run.

The EPIC Treadmill is a favorite of celebrity trainer, Lacey Stone, who says, "[I love that] the whole body is working, from your core to your heart to your butt. You can really improve your cardiovascular fitness on a treadmill. It is like no other piece of equipment. I love the motivation of these treadmills. The mapping especially keeps you inspired."

Recently, Stone and EPIC put together an Event Challenge that pitted members of the media against trainers in a mash-up of Stone's treadmill workouts. (Train for domination with Stone's Interval Workout, first featured on wellandgoodnyc.com.) We're proud to announce that our STACK colleague, Emily Chambers, a marketing manager in our New York office, smoked all contenders with a time of 7:20 in the interval workout, winning herself a new EPIC Treadmill. Way to go, Emily!

EPIC offers bikes, ellipticals and treadmills ranging from $400 to $2,200. You can find Epic treadmills at Dick's.

Topics: NEWS | RUNNING
Samantha Jones
- Samantha Jones is a graduate of the University of Alabama, where she earned her bachelor's degree in communication and information sciences. Throughout her scholastic career,...
Samantha Jones
- Samantha Jones is a graduate of the University of Alabama, where she earned her bachelor's degree in communication and information sciences. Throughout her scholastic career,...
Must See
Antonio Brown Juggles 3 Footballs
Views: 1,204,573
Roy Hibbert 540 lbs Deadlift
Views: 1,561,460
Skylar Diggins Attacks the Off-Season On and Off the Court
Views: 6,640,630

Featured Videos

A Day in the Life of NBA D-League Star Seth Curry Views: 68,738
Kevin Love's Cone Hop Basketball Shooting Drill Views: 8,003
Eastbay Path to the Pros Episode 2: Laying the Groundwork Views: 131,367
Load More

Resources

STACK Fitness

Everything you need to be fitter than ever

STACK Conditioning

Sport-specific conditioning programs

Coaches and Trainers

Tips and advice for coaches and trainers

Magazine

Latest issues of STACK Magazine

STACK 4W

Women's sports workout, nutrition and lifestyle advice

Gamer

Gaming, entertainment and tech news

Basic Training

Military-style training for athletes

News

Find the latest news relevant to athletes

Most Popular Videos

Perfect Dwyane Wade's Signature Euro Step
Views: 1,308,758
What Ryan Hall Eats for Breakfast
Views: 795,255
STACK Fitness Weekly: How To Do a Muscle-Up
Views: 778,651
Greg Nixon's Hill Training Program
Views: 705,761
Roy Hibbert 540 lbs Deadlift
Views: 1,561,460

Load More
More Cool Stuff You'll Like

Improve Your Batting Average With a One-Handed Bat

Battle-Tested Workout Equipment You Can Make Yourself

A Field Guide to Weird Looking Weightlifting Bars

Fitbit Force: They Got it Right

Nike+ FuelBand Tracks Your Everyday Activity

New Cirrus Yoga Mats Let You Show Team Spirit

Basketball Workout: Vary Your Equipment

Under Armour's Armour39 Helps Athletes Get Better

Best Baseball Equipment for Pitchers

Guide to Training on Different Surfaces

You Need These 4 Fitness Training Accessories

Short on Workout Equipment? Try These Tips, Part 2

Previewing the Armour39

Fitbit Surge vs. Charge HR: Which One Is Right for You?

Spend Less, Get Stronger

Spark Motion Takes Baseball Training to the Next Level

Pros and Cons of Using a Weightlifting Belt

5 New Game-Changing Fitness Inventions

Show Your Team Pride With a Cirrus Stability Ball

Embrace Contact in Basketball With This Tool

The Most Overrated Equipment in the Gym

6 Ways to a Better High School Weight Room

3 Pieces of Inexpensive, Effective Football Training Equipment

Short on Workout Equipment? Try These Tips, Part 3

Mayfield Wildcats Get a New Training Home

Training Tool: SKLZ Recoil 360

One Piece of Home Exercise Equipment Every Athlete Needs

The Best Home Exercise Equipment For Under $200

Previewing the New Fitbit Flex

Common Lifting Accessories and What They Do For You

A Simple Home Gym Setup and Workout

Short on Workout Equipment? Try These Tips

17 Insanely Expensive College Athletic Training Facilities

5 Fitness Trackers That Are Worth the Money

8 Training Innovations Shaping the Future of Fitness

VertiMax CEO Mike Wehrell on Life After Football

A Better Foam Roller: the enso Roller by EvoFit, Reviewed

The Best Workout You're Not Doing

Push-Up Equipment That Works

12 Must-Have Items in the Athlete's Gym Bag

3 Specialty Barbells That Build Strength and Size

Your High School Weight Room Is Inadequate

Low-Cost Speed Training Gear

Weight Room Debate: Should You Wear Lifting Gloves?