Demo Octane Zero Runner ZR8000
This is a lightly used demo commercial model.
Run smarter. Train smarter.
The ZR8000 delivers all the benefits of a treadmill…but better. The ZR8000 combines the best of a treadmill and an elliptical for standout workouts that replicate real running.
30-Day Labor Warranty
- Large LED display with integrated capacitive buttons
- Simultaneously displays essential workout data
- Zero-Impact Running™
- 58” stride length fits all users
- 15 resistance levels and 11 workout programs
- Quiet operation
- Smaller than a treadmill
- Wireless heart rate compatibility
– ANT+ and Polar®
- Digital contact heart rate on stationary handlebar
Smarter than a Treadmill
Treadmills subject the entire body to significant repetitive stress. And the moving belt throws the foot off the belt so runners do not activate the hamstring muscles like they do outside, which can impact performance.
With the Zero Runner, you are freed from the high-impact forces of running, yet still can enjoy the natural, free feeling of true running.
The Zero Runner is also quiet and is self powered.
Why You Should Replace Your Treadmill with a Zero Runner
Treadmills don't eliminate joint stress, and each step results in significant pressure on the body. Plus, your form on a treadmill is different than outside because you must adjust due to the moving belt.
The Zero Runner removes the weight on your joints so you can get your walk, jog or run in but without the impact. And, on the Zero Runner, your form is truer to what you do outside.
Stay as strong throughout your workout with the Zero Runner.
Real Running Motion
Designed to accommodate everyone from experienced runners to beginning exercisers, the ZR8000 incorporates aircraft-grade aluminum legs with lightweight pedals and independent hip and knee joints to customize natural running motion based on user preference.
A broad resistance range of 15 levels creates a heavier workload for various challenges, like hill repeats, and contoured handles feature multiple hand positions for an optimal upright posture. Exercisers can start with a walk and seamlessly transition to a jog or full-out run or sprint up to a 58” stride length.