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What is the difference between the impact of treadmill and running on the knee?
- Apr 14, 2018 -

First of all, the treadmill runs at constant speed, and the person is passive. Running is a passive way to adapt to the running speed of the treadmill and it needs to maintain the same speed consistently. If the treadmill runs for a long period of time and the coordination of the knee and muscle cannot keep up, the meniscus and cartilage of the knee joint will be damaged and concussed. Second, the treadmill comes with a shock absorber system. Many treadmills win the favor of users with good shock absorption. The treadmill, running board, and shock absorption provide the greatest degree of protection for the knee joint evenly and do not suffer from too much force.

Finally, self-adjusted slope.


Treadmills can adjust the slope to give people the best running condition, which also affects the knee joint.