Has anyone have feedback in having a treadmill in a garage? I would like to know if the high tempeture in the garage will affect the performance of the treadmill or if someone has any suggestions on how to improve the lifetime of a treadmill that is located in a garage.
The quality treadmill should not be influenced by normal room temperature. If your garage temperature is higher, pray tell, why?
More to the point, to my mind: Will you enjoy treadmilling in a garage? I had a treadmill in the house, and came to a two-fold realization:
Also, I noticed when I hiked or went for runs, the ground did not run toward me in conveyer-belt fashion. Didn't force me to keep a certain pace.
I am back to running, loving it more than ever.
Anyhow, if treadmill in the garage is your solution, hope it's fun and happy time for you.