How OLY023 Curved Deck Treadmill differs from ordinary Treadmills.

  • No motor.
  • Curved deck.
  • Unlimited speed.
  • Olympus® design and quality control.

What this means to you.

  • No motor means no running costs (power) and reduced service costs.
  • Curved deck allows you do use your own running style, technique and form rather than being controlled by the restraints of a traditional treadmill.
  • As you are the motor/power there is no limit to the speed you can achieve … only the limits you put on your self.
  • Olympus® offers 10 years parts warranty for home use. Contact us for commercial application.

What it offers you with training variety.

  • Aerobic Fitness
  • Anaerobic Power (Speed Training)
  • Anaerobic Capacity (Including: Interval Training, Fartlek Training, Timed Intervals, etc.)
  • Max speed/Speed Training (Overspeed training, Technical work, Sprint Drills (Acceleration technique, Bounding))
  • Youth and/or Rehabilitative Locomotor Patterning
  • Decreased Ground Reaction Force Training (including Quick Leg Cycle, and Powerful Strides).


  • Length 2060mm x Width 950mm x Height 1450.
  • Deck running area Length 1600mm x Width 490mm.
  • Deck belt: Sixty (60) high quality rubber slats measuring 480mm x 60mm each.
  • Total of 120 high quality sealed bearings, two for each slat.
  • Six (6) resistance levels.

Olympus® work shop and track studies show that up to 35% more calories can be burnt compared to that of a traditional style treadmill. With traditional treadmills having a motor powered belt the user typically lifts their feet and allows the belt to pass under them. With a Curved Deck treadmill it is up to the user to push the deck using their power. This is achieved by actually running on the deck in the same motion/movement you would run on the track. This allows you to train and improve your natural running posture and technique.


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