The Horizon 7.4 AT Treadmill doesn’t have the same slick touchscreen consoles found on treadmills from NordicTrack and others. However, it still delivers immense value for an affordable entry price from a function, features, and build quality standpoint. All in all, this is a capable runner’s treadmill.
The Horizon 7.4 AT treadmill features an extra-long and wide 22″ x 60″ running deck. This makes it a good option for taller users and suitable for high-speed sprints. The 7.4 AT’s 3-Zone variable response cushioning does help to reduce the impact on joints.
The 7.4 AT treadmill is a connected fitness machine. It was designed with interactive training in mind and responded to HIIT and interval training’s ever-growing popularity. The 3.5 CHP motor supports a maximum of 12 mph speed and an incline of up to 15%. It’s ideal for streamed virtual workouts and interval training to support rapid changes in incline and speed.
The Horizon 7.4 AT treadmill has ten onboard workout programs. These include 5K, calorie, custom, custom HR, distance, fat burn, heart rate, hill climb, manual, and Sprint 8. The 7.4 AT is also Bluetooth-enabled for interactive training. It can connect to multiple devices, allowing you to stream fitness classes through the Bluetooth speakers and track your heart rate.