We test and review fitness products based on an independent, multi-point methodology. If you use our links to purchase something, we may earn a commission. Read our disclosures.

Being a tall person is an odd experience. People either think you’re in the WNBA or that you’re just waiting around to reach the last box of crackers on the top of the shelf at Walmart for them. After a lifetime of bumping heads on too-short beams, and having our feet hang over the edge of the bed at night, it’s time for us to enjoy things that support and accommodate our height— especially fitness equipment. 

Finding the best treadmill for tall runners was a tall task (pun was absolutely intended). After doing a deep dive on some of the most popular cardio machines out there, I’ve compiled my top treadmill picks for all the certified leggy individuals of the world. 

Garage Gym Reviews Staff Writer Anthony O’Reilly is a 6-foot 3-inch man, and I’m a 5-foot 9.5-inch woman. We know firsthand it isn’t the easiest to find a treadmill that works with your lengthy stride or has adjustability to make your run more comfortable. 

For the tall folks: We’re here to help. After thoroughly researching specs and testing dozens of treadmills ourselves, we’ve compiled our top six best home treadmills for tall runners. Enjoy, and happy trails to all you beautiful giants. 

6 Best Treadmills for Tall Runners  

Best Overall Treadmill for Tall Runners: NordicTrack Commercial 1750

Good for: People who need to be able to customize their treadmill to work best for them. 

Best Overall

NordicTrack Commercial 1750

GGR Score: 4.5 starstarstarstarstar

Product Highlights

  • Spacious running deck
  • Compatible with iFIT
  • 14-inch touchscreen
  • Incline and decline training
  • Financing available

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Compatible with iFIT
  • 3.5 CHP motor
  • Free trial of iFIT subscription with purchase
  • Treadmill with incline and decline training
  • Foldable to save space (EasyLift Assist)
  • Run that feels similar to road running
  • Financing options available through NordicTrack
  • Generous speed range
  • Wide running deck
  • Cooling fan

Cons

  • Big footprint
  • Heavy and not the easiest to move
  • Price is around $2,000
  • Warranty is voided if the treadmill is used/stored in a garage

Bottom Line

If you’re looking to add a workhorse of a treadmill to your home gym, we recommend the NordicTrack Commercial 1750.

For tall runners, the NordicTrack 1750 is a home run. This treadmill boasts a 14-inch adjustable touchscreen, which means instead of hurting your neck trying to view programming or a show, you can simply tilt the machine to meet your gaze. 

Plus, the 1750 has “auto adjust technology,” meaning the treadmill will switch your speed as well as incline/decline to make your workout challenging enough for you. I like this feature because it allows you to focus on the task at hand instead of trying to adjust to instructor prompts during the class. 

coop using nordictrack commercial 1750 treadmill

Another awesome feature of the 1750? The expansive running deck. At 22 inches by 60 inches, this surface allows a tall runner to stride naturally without worry. The 3.5 CHP motor is also supportive enough for frequent, steady-state cardio.

With such a durable motor and large running deck, it’s probably not surprising that the 1750 is a beast of a machine. I’m talking close to 350 pounds. If you’re tight on space in your home gym, this is not the best option for you. Sure, it’s extremely sturdy, but you’ll likely struggle to fit it comfortably in your space along with other gym equipment. 

Also worth keeping in mind? The assembly process. You’ll definitely need another set of hands to help you put the 1750 together. If you can afford it (and NordicTrack services your city), I’d recommend paying the extra $250 for white glove delivery. This essentially means they’ll put the machine in any room of your choice and assemble it for you. If you choose to do it yourself, I recommend setting aside the majority of your Saturday and getting a Venti from Starbucks in preparation, k?  

Check out our full thoughts on the NordicTrack Commercial 1750.

Footprint80” L x 38” W x 65” H
Running Deck Size20” W x 60” L
Weight 340 pounds
Motor3.5 CHP DurX Commercial Plus Motor
Weight Capacity300 lbs
Warranty10-year frame, 2-year parts, 1-year labor

Best Budget Treadmill for Tall Runners: Horizon 7.4 AT Treadmill

Good for: People who want an affordable treadmill to support their long strides while running.

Best Budget

Horizon 7.4 AT Treadmill

GGR Score: 4.2 starstarstarstarstar

Product Highlights

  • Foldable design
  • Deck cushioning
  • 12 mph top speed
  • Incline up to 15%
  • 350 lb use weight capacity
  • 22" W x 60" L running area
  • Built-in workout programs
  • Lifetime frame and motor warranty

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Generously sized running deck of 60 inches
  • User weight capacity of 350 lbs
  • Foldable
  • Sturdy and doesn't shake much while in use
  • Powerful 3.5 CHP motor

Cons

  • Large and not made for compact spaces
  • Heavy at 318 lbs
  • Lack of touchscreen/interactive programming

Bottom Line

If you're a serious runner and want a foldable treadmill you can trust, I would strongly recommend the Horizon 7.4. Although it doesn't have all the extra technology features (like interactive programming or a touchscreen) it is a well-build machine with a powerful motor.

Let me get this out of the way: Almost every treadmill under $500 will not have a deck ideal for a tall runner. It’s the unfortunate truth of the matter. Budget-friendly treadmills have to cut costs somewhere, and the length and width of a deck is something that usually suffers. 

For tall runners who want a treadmill for around $1600 and are tired of short deck lengths and weak motors, the Horizon 7.4 AT treadmill is here to save the day. I love this machine’s oversized surface at 22 inches by 60 inches, because it provides ample space for interval training, sprint series, and regular long runs. If you’ve ever been to a regular gym like the YMCA or Planet Fitness, the decks on the commercial treadmills at places like those are usually the same size as the 7.4 AT.

Plus, both the weight capacity of 350 pounds and the powerful motor of 3.5 CHP are well above the industry standards for a good treadmill. These features make me feel reassured about the level of durability of the 7.4 for those who are taller and possibly heavier. Horizon clearly believes in the quality of their machines, because it has both a lifetime frame and motor warranty. 

For $1,600, I do wish the 7.4 AT came with an HD touchscreen like others in its price range. However, if you want to watch Netflix or interactive programming, there is a device shelf above the LCD monitor to store your phone or iPad. If the Horizon 7.4 is slightly too much for you, check out the Horizon 7.0 AT treadmill, the cheaper iteration.

Woman walking on the Horizon 7.0 AT treadmill

It’s also worth noting that like a lot of the other best treadmills for tall people, the Horizon 7.4 has a large footprint. You’ll need to make sure you have the appropriate amount of room to accommodate it in your home gym, even if this is a folding treadmill

Read our full Horizon 7.4 Treadmill review.

Footprint76” L x 37” W x 63” H 
Folded Dimensions42” L x 37” W x 71” H
Weight318 lbs
Running Surface60” L x 22” W
Weight Capacity350 lbs
WarrantyFrame and motor: lifetime; parts: 5 years; labor: 2 years

Best Treadmill for Tall Runners with Interactive Programming: ProForm Pro 9000

Good for: Technology gurus who want programming to change up their regular runs.

Best With Interactive Programming

ProForm Pro 9000

GGR Score: 4.5 starstarstarstarstar

Product Highlights

  • Compatible with iFIT
  • Powerful motor
  • Foldable treadmill
  • Large 22-inch HD displays
  • Hands-free incline/speed adjustments

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Large 22-inch display
  • Compatible with iFIT
  • Incline and decline training available
  • Cushioned deck
  • Fan and water bottle holder
  • Bluetooth speakers

Cons

  • Priced around $2,300
  • iFIT subscription is an additional cost
  • Heavy machine with a big footprint
  • You cannot store or use this treadmill in your garage without voiding the warranty

Bottom Line

The ProForm Pro 9000 is a powerful, pricey treadmill great for those who want interactive programming from a reliable machine.

Like NordicTrack treadmills, ProForm machines are compatible with iFIT because both brands are owned by the same holding company. The ProForm Pro 9000 has a 22-inch, interactive touchscreen with which to view classes on. Besides workout programs that feature cardio-based workouts like running and rowing, you can also expect to see strength training options, yoga, pilates, HIIT, and more. You can purchase iFIT for $39 per month (family plan) or $180 per year for an individual plan. 

coop using proform treadmill

RELATED: Best Treadmill Workout

Although the large screen cannot be adjusted, I found the preset placement to work wonderfully. It isn’t positioned too upright where it limits the view for taller people. Instead, the screen sits at closer to a 45-degree angle, which works well for anyone around 5 foot 9 inches and up.

The main reasons I’d recommend this treadmill for runners? The powerful 3.6 CHP motor and the 20-inch by-60-inch deck. These features are both crucial to providing a good running experience for tall individuals. 

Please note: You cannot store a ProForm machine (or NordicTrack machine for that matter) in a garage. If you do so, your warranty may be voided by the manufacturer. It’s unfortunately hidden in that sneaky fine print, so make sure you store this within your home.

Take a look at our full ProForm Pro 9000 treadmill review.

Footprint35.5″ W x 59.6″ L x 77.3″ H 
Weight263 pounds
Motor3.6 CHP Mach Z™
Running deckSpaceSaver® Design with EasyLift™ Assist
User capacity300 pounds
Warranty10-Year Frame, 2-Year Parts, & 1-Year Labor

Best Adjustable Treadmill for Tall Runners: Peloton Tread+

Good for: Runners who want to be able to have a comfortable and worry-free run indoors

Best Adjustable

Peloton Tread+

Product Highlights

  • Soft, cushioned treadmill
  • Tilting touchscreen
  • Can be powered via electric motor or manually
  • Incline up to 15%
  • 67-inch running deck

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Cushioned slat belt
  • 67-inch running space is well above the industry standard
  • 32-inch tilting touchscreen
  • Can be used as a manual treadmill in "Free Mode"
  • Adjustable incline up to 15%

Cons

  • Expensive
  • Weighs 455 pounds

Bottom Line

The Peloton Tread+ is a luxury cardio machine that features a cushioned slat belt, tilting touchscreen, and the high-quality interactive that made Peloton a household name. The downside: A very steep price tag.

Running on a treadmill can be tricky if you’re tall, and even trickier if you’ve got an especially lengthy stride. As a tall runner it’s important to have a treadmill with a decently long running deck. The Peloton Tread+ has you covered with 67 inches of running space and a comfortable running surface made up of 59 individual slats. Peloton even says the Tread+ can comfortably accommodate heights up to 6 feet, 4 inches. While we haven’t had the chance to test the Peloton Tread+, we have tested and reviewed the original Peloton Tread which we think will be a pretty comparable experience

This treadmill can be used at speeds anywhere from 0 mph up to 12.5 mph, and the incline can be adjusted in .05% increments starting at 0 and going all the way up to a 15% grade. What’s great about this treadmill is that it has intuitive speed knobs and jump buttons on the handlebars so you can easily adjust the treadmill to your liking without interrupting your run. When trying the original version out, GGR expert Lindsay Scheele discussed the speed knobs and said, “This is a very cool feature. They allow you to adjust your speed and incline very easily.” For those reasons, we give this treadmill a 5 out of 5 for adjustability and ergonomics. 

While you can adjust a lot of the features on the treadmill, moving it isn’t quite as easy. The Peloton Tread+ doesn’t fold up, and while it does have wheels for moving it, it weighs over 450 pounds and isn’t easy. Once you have it settled into your workout space, you’re probably going to want to keep it there. We give it a 3-out-of-5 rating for footprint and portability. 

As far as value, we’re rating the Tread+ 4 out of 5. There are definitely more expensive treadmills on the market, but this one is nearly $6,000 and while it does seem durable, and allows you to access Peloton’s awesome programming on a fancy 32-inch HD touchscreen, you’re likely paying more for the brand name than the features themselves. 

That being said, the Peloton programming is a plus, especially if you’re someone who needs a little extra push to get your workouts in or if you prefer running indoors but get bored easily. Peloton programming offers both on-demand and live workout classes so if accountability is something you need, the live classes have you covered. One user from the Peloton website said, “Classes make you feel motivated to move up on the leaderboards and beat your own personal records.” We rate this treadmill a 5 out of 5 in dynamic programming. 

The biggest complaints from user reviews on the Peloton website are that it’s slow to ramp up and down in speed and some users got a treadmill with a belt that didn’t work at all. However, most users received fully operational products and had great things to say about the comfort and large display screen. The average user rating on the Peloton website is a 4.2 out of 5 after 527 reviews. 

RELATED: Treadmill Safety

PriceAbout $5,995
Footprint75″ L x 36.5″ W x 72″ H
Deck20″ W x 67″ L
Display32” HD touchscreen
WarrantyLimited Warranty with coverage for the touchscreen, Tread+ frame, drive motor, walking belt, and most original Peloton Tread+ components

Best Treadmill for Tall Runners Under $1,000: Sole F63

Good for: Individuals who want a generously sized treadmill without a large price tag. 

Best Under $1,000

Sole F63 Treadmill

GGR Score: 4.3 starstarstarstarstar

Product Highlights

  • Folding treadmill
  • Costs around $1,200
  • Bluetooth speakers, USB port, and cooling fans
  • Powerful 3.0 HP motor

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Financing is available
  • Bluetooth speakers
  • USB port
  • Device holder
  • 15 different levels of incline
  • Cushioned deck
  • 20" W x 60" L belt
  • 325-lb weight capacity
  • Lifetime frame and motor warranty

Cons

  • Heavy machine
  • No touchscreen

Bottom Line

The Sole F63 Treadmill is an affordable option for people who want a powerful, reliable machine without breaking their budget.

Under $1,000 and an ideal 20-inch-by-60-inch running surface? Count me in! The Sole F63 is on the more affordable side of treadmills and has a lot of the quality components you’d expect to see on a higher-end machine. The steel frame of the F63 has a lifetime warranty, which should clue you into the durability.

Sole F63 treadmill with Coop running on it.

Also: Something that is thrilling as a tall person? The cooling fan on the F63 hits you in the perfect spot! Coworkers who are shorter than me complained it was too high up, but I found it to be just right. I thought it was so exciting and you might, too, because hey, who doesn’t appreciate some nice, well-placed air while sweating?

Plus, the 3.0 CHP motor can support runners as can the above average weight capacity of 325 pounds. Like a lot of sturdier treadmills, the Sole F63 has a large footprint. While there are wheels (and folding capability) to help you move the treadmill, you may still struggle to do so solo because it weighs over 250 pounds. 

Although this treadmill is a great deal and a good match for tall people, it is worth noting there isn’t an included touchscreen or any crazy fancy features. You’ll be using an LCD screen to view the included preset workout options and metrics like the number of calories burned and distance traveled. 

Check out our entire Sole F63 treadmill review.

Footprint66” H x 82” L x 35” W
Weight254 pounds
Speed.5-12 mph
Incline15 levels
Motor3.0 HP, DC Type
Running Deck20″ X 60″
User Capacity325 pounds
WarrantyLifetime warranty on steel frame and motor
3 years for deck, electronics, and parts
1 year for labor

Best Curved Treadmill for Tall Runners: AssaultRunner Pro

Good for: Anyone who wants to up their running game by powering their own treadmill

Best Curved

AssaultRunner Pro

GGR Score: 4 starstarstarstarstar

Product Highlights

  • Low-impact shock absorbing belt
  • Incredibly sturdy and durable
  • Built-in wheels for portability
  • 100% athlete-powered

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Extremely popular
  • Durable machine
  • No motor means fewer maintenance issues
  • Easy-to-read monitor
  • Thick rubber belt provides great traction
  • Bearings under belt provide smooth run
  • Sturdy
  • Rear handle makes moving easier
  • Powder-coating withstands the elements
  • Affordable curved treadmill
  • Staple for CrossFitters

Cons

  • Extremely heavy
  • Curved shape takes getting used to
  • Plastic shell may crack
  • High spin rate on belt
  • No fancy monitor, water bottle holder, or other conveniences

Bottom Line

The AssaultRunner Pro is one of the best value non-motorized treadmills for home gyms on the market.

AssaultFitness is well known for making top-of-the-line manual treadmills. The AssaultRunner Pro is one of the best manual treadmills on the market. Having no motor, it’s powered by your own legs. With the assistance of 100 precision ball bearings and 12 roller guides, you’ll hop on, start turning over your legs, and go wherever your endurance level takes you. 

Thanks to the manual aspect of this treadmill, you have total control over the adjustability of the machine, which we love. Garage Gym Reviews founder Coop Mitchell loves AssaultRunner treadmills and says that while this treadmill allows you to experience a more natural stride, it wouldn’t necessarily prepare you for the feeling of something like a road race so you should consider that if that is something you’re training for. All that being said, we’re rating this treadmill a 4.5 out of 5 for ergonomics and adjustability. 

Garage Gym Reviews founder Coop Mitchell has tried the more expensive version of this treadmill and said he loves the durability. Coop also mentions that the belt of the AssaultRunner pro has a 150,000 mile warranty, while the Elite version has a lifetime warranty on the belt. Coop says that he highly recommends the AssaultRunner Pro version over the AssaultRunner Elite if you want to save some money but still get a high-quality product. 

This treadmill has a slight curve to the deck, which is a stand-out feature of AssaultFitness treadmills. The curve of the treadmill is meant to help you settle into your natural stride with ease, which is a tall runner’s dream since they tend to have a longer stride. We think this earns 5 out of 5 stars for customization since you can literally customize it to your own stride. With a deck length of 69.7 inches, the stride of a tall runner will be easily accommodated. The industry standard for treadmill length is about 60 inches. 

Coop running on the AssaultRunner Elite treadmill
AssaultRunner Elite in use

We’ve named the AssaultRUnner Pro one of the best non-folding treadmills. That being said, it does have wheels on the front so even though you can’t fold it, you can move it from one place to the next (though you’ll likely want help). Luckily, the lack of motor and need for a plug-in or power source adds bonus points to the portability factor.

Weighing 350 pounds and being nearly 10 inches longer than your average treadmill, this one is definitely going to require a bit more space than you’d might expect. At nearly 32 inches wide, it’s also close to 10 inches wider than most treadmills. We give this machine a rating of 3.5 out of 5 for footprint and portability. 

Our in-house UESCA-certified running coach Amber Nelson was able to test out the AssaultRunner Pro during her warm up at a Hyrox race and had an interesting experience. “I stumbled a bit when I first hopped on since it was my first time on a manual treadmill, but once I got my legs turning over, my stride felt smooth and my body seemed to really take to the natural feel of the tread,” Amber says. 

With a steel frame, total weight of 280 pounds, and ability to accommodate runner’s up to 350 pounds, this earns a 4-out-5 rating in the durability category. Amber said, “Even though my legs were confused and unsteady when I tried this manual treadmill for the first time, the treadmill itself didn’t feel wobbly or unstable.” 

Read our AssaultRunner Pro review for more information.

Price$2,999
Assembled Dimensions69.9” L X 31.7”  W X 64.4” H
Product Weight 289.2  lbs
Water Bottle HolderNo
Warranty5-year frame, 3-year moving parts
Max User Weight350 lbs

Other Treadmills We Researched and Tried

We’ve tried dozens of different treadmills in our quest to find the best options for tall runners. These four treadmills didn’t quite make the cut. Check out why:

Sunny Health & Fitness SF – T7603 Treadmill: At under $400, the T7603 treadmill is certainly an affordable option. However, it only has a 49-inch long deck and a subpar user weight capacity of 220 pounds. 

Goplus Treadmill: The Goplus Treadmill can support a casual walk, but is certainly not equipped to handle a tall runner. The deck is only 40 inches long and max speeds tap out at just 7.5 MPH. (Check out the full Goplus Treadmill review here.)

Coop walking on the Goplus treadmill.

Echelon Stride: Although the deck of the Stride is a respectable 55 inches long, the 1.75 HP motor leaves us questioning if this machine could support a tall person who frequently runs. I do think this could be one of the best treadmills for tall walkers since the deck is long enough, but the motor can’t hang with frequent running. 

How We Picked and Tested

I’m super familiar with cardio machines, with treadmills in particular being a big focus and interest of mine. I’m well-versed on the industry standards for a good treadmill and the features you should expect at every price point. 

While some things we look for stay the same regardless of the treadmill we are testing (like durability, warranty, and programming), we’re extra honed in on the things that will make the best treadmill for a tall person. 

After checking out the treadmills others recommended, we ordered quite a few ourselves that we put through a variety of rigorous testing. The Garage Gym Reviews team and I did HIIT treadmill workouts, sprinted until our lungs burned, and even did steady-state cardio on these treadmills. Here were some of the main things we looked for this time around:

  • Deck size (preferably longer than 55 inches)
  • Motor strength (Ideal if at least 2.5 CHP)
  • User weight capacity (Upwards of 300 pounds)
  • Stability while in use
  • Adjustability

Benefits of Treadmills for Tall Runners

Over 5’9” and skeptical as to why you should possibly invest in a treadmill ideal for taller people? Check out these treadmill benefits to buying a treadmill that’ll actually fit you: 

More Comfortable Workout

If you’re tall and used to running or walking on treadmills with short decks, you might not even realize what you’re missing out on. A treadmill with a sizable deck will allow you to have a more comfortable workout experience since you won’t have to think about each step and alter your running stride. 

Safer

Purchasing a machine that actually caters to your height can make your run a heck of a lot safer. You will be less likely to fall off the treadmill and injure yourself, since the deck will actually be long enough for your strides. 

Durable and Stable

Most treadmills ideal for taller runners are large. Generally speaking, the bigger the machine, the more stable it will be. Plus, bigger machines are generally built with high-quality materials, which makes for a durable treadmill you’ll likely have for years to come. 

horizon 7.4 treadmill view from side

Buying Guide: Treadmills for Tall Runners

Frustrated with treadmills that aren’t cutting it for you and your needs? We’re here to help with some pointers on what to look for in great treadmills for tall runners. 

Treadmill Belt Length

For tall people, I recommend buying a treadmill with a deck length of at least 55 inches (but ideally 60). Unfortunately, most budget treadmills have a short deck since brands have to cut corners in some places. This is something to be aware of when purchasing a treadmill if you’re tall—I find you may be better off saving until you can afford something more expensive or breaking a large payment into more palatable chunks through financing.  

User Weight Capacity 

As a generalization, tall people often weigh more as well. When looking to purchase a treadmill to support your body type, check out the max user weight capacity under the specifications section on the website. The industry standard is 300 pounds, but some manual treadmills can tap out at close to 400.

Adjustability Options

Having an HD touchscreen to view interactive programming or the latest season of Bridgerton on is awesome, but it’s less awesome if you’re craning your neck every two seconds to look down while running. Some treadmills have adjustability options to make things like the screen and handlebars more tall-person friendly. 

Motor

This has more to do with people who want to run on their treadmill versus people who are tall, but the industry standard for a motor on a running treadmill is 2.5 CHP. Any less than that will likely have issues over time sustaining repeated running. 

RELATED: Check out our full Treadmill Buying Guide

Best Treadmill for Tall Runners FAQs

Do tall people need a longer treadmill?

Ideally, yes, tall people do need a longer treadmill to support their natural stride length, especially if they are serious runners.

How long should a treadmill running belt be for tall people?

For taller people, I’d recommend looking for a 55- to 60-inch long deck. It is important to have the correct treadmill length for tall runners in order to prevent unnecessary injury. 

If you decide to go shorter due to budget constraints, please be aware that you may have to take more calculated steps to avoid falling off the machine.

Is a treadmill okay for long-distance runners?

Yes, a heavy-duty treadmill is okay for long-distance running. I’d recommend looking for a machine with extra cushioning to support your joints, a longer deck, and possibly some programming to keep you entertained while running.

What are some things I should look for in a good treadmill?

In terms of important things, I recommend looking for a treadmill with a generously sized running surface over 55 inches. It’s also nice to get a treadmill with a 2.5 HP motor or greater in order to support frequent usage. Check to see if things like the motor and frame have a lifetime warranty, as most high-end treadmills for home use will. 

Nice extras to have that I recommend include:
Bluetooth connectivity 
Compatible apps
Tablet holders
Cooling fans
Shock absorption in the deck
Top speed over 10 MPH
Touchscreen display or backlit LCD screen
Google maps
Training programs
Heart rate monitors/chest strap

Further reading

Best Military Workout to Build Strength, Muscle, and Endurance  Cover Image
Best Military Workout to Build Strength, Muscle, and Endurance 

From compound lifts to core exercises, our all-encompassing military workout will prepare you to excel in whatever branch you choose. Read more

Try This 30-Day Ab Challenge Designed By A Personal Trainer Cover Image
Try This 30-Day Ab Challenge Designed By A Personal Trainer

This 30-day ab challenge designed by a certified personal trainer (CPT) will help you build a stronger core in as little as one month. Give it a go! Read more

Independent Supplement Testing Glossary  Cover Image
Independent Supplement Testing Glossary 

Being a tall person is an odd experience. People either think you’re in the WNBA or that you’re just waiting around to reach the last box of crackers on the top of the shelf at Walmart for them. After a lifetime of bumping heads on too-short beams, and having our feet hang over the edge of the bed at night, it’s time for us to enjoy things that support and accommodate our height— especially fitness equipment.   » Read more about: 6 Best Treadmill for Tall Runners (2024): Great Machines Supporting Long Strides  » Read more

Titan Seated Leg Curl / Extension Machine Review: Compact Plate-Loaded Leg Machine Cover Image
Titan Seated Leg Curl / Extension Machine Review: Compact Plate-Loaded Leg Machine

The Titan Leg Curl / Extension Machineis a compact, plate-loaded machine that doubles as a seated leg curl and leg extension machine perfect for home gyms. The price point, features, and quality are all a step above what Titan Fitness typically offers and I recommend it if you have the space and want to pack some muscle on your quads and hammies. Read more