How to simulate wind resistance on a treadmill


It is possible to simulate wind resistance while running indoors on a treadmill by increasing the gradient by 1%. — dpa

One advantage – or disadvantage – of running on the treadmill is that you’re not facing any wind resistance, which means you might not be burning as many calories as you’d like.

One common trick to simulate the wind resistance you’d face running outside is to adjust the treadmill so that you’re running at a 1% gradient.

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