Spirit MT200 Gait Trainer Treadmill


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  • Handrails are adjustable to support different people’s needs
  • Step-up can be removed
  • Large deck is ideal for people of all sizes and heights
  • Very expensive and considered commercial-grade
  • Extremely heavy
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Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • 3.0 CHP motor
  • Handrails on either side of the deck
  • 440-lb user weight capacity
  • Incline and decline
  • Has preset programs
  • Large running surface
  • Sturdy machine
What needs improvement ...
  • Expensive
  • Heavy and difficult to move
  • Doesn't fold
  • Lacks touchscreen

Product Summary

If you can afford the almost $11,000 price tag on the Spirit MT200 Gait Trainer, you’ll likely enjoy it. This sturdy machine has a 3.0 CHP motor, 440-pound user weight capacity, and an oversized deck. Whether you’re someone recovering from an injury or are just someone with balance issues, the MT200 may be a great option for you.

However, it is worth noting that this machine is extremely heavy and doesn’t fold. This means you’ll need a large space for it to live permanently.



3.0 CHP

Weight capacity

440 lbs

Shipping weight

547 lbs



Deck thickness


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      The Spirit MT200 Gait Trainer treadmill is ideal for rehab facilities, someone with a lot of space, or those with balance issues. However, the cost may be off-putting to some.