If you’re looking for a home treadmill that supports interactive training without breaking the bank, check out the Horizon 7.4 AT. It gives you an unlimited variety of interactive training options. When different family members get on the device, they can log on to the interactive training app of their choice instead of being limited to one option. So how does this work? While this is a bring-your-own-tech treadmill (so you have to connect your own tablet or smartphone for the interactive workout), it’s actually a good move on Horizon’s part in terms of value and versatility. Not only does it keep costs down since you’re using your own screen, but it also means you can connect to any fitness app, including the Peloton app, on your own device. When using a third-party app such as Peloton, Daily Burn or Aaptiv on the 7.4 AT, it’s important to note that you won’t be able to see your real-time stats on the screen. You can connect the 7.4 AT to the free AFG Pro Fitness app to control your treadmill from your tablet and monitor your stats from there, but third-party apps don’t interface with the treadmill. While you won’t have access to your real-time stats during the workout on your screen, that’s a sacrifice we’re willing to make for the affordability and the fact that you’re not limited to one app for interactive training.
In addition to unlimited interactive streaming options (which Horizon offers discounts on), other highlights include: an easy-to-fold frame; a powerful 3.5 CHP motor that can keep pace with interval training; a spacious 60″ by 22″ track; Bluetooth heart rate tracking; and preset programs, including the Sprint 8 workout, a HIIT workout for runners. You get what you pay for with the Horizon 7.4 AT, especially if you and the rest of your household want to try a variety of interactive workout apps.