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April 4, 2011 11:22 AM
I have a bowflex treadclimber but it doesn't tell me how many calories i'm burning. Does anyone have one that has a hrm also that could help me out?
April 27, 2011 7:34 PM
I am not sure if you have figured this out yet but i also have a treadclimber i use and i was told to figure out what and elliptical is and go off of that information. So that is what i started doing.
If you have figured out any other information plz let me know.
June 27, 2012 2:52 AM
In the beginning, while I became accustomed to the BowFlex TreadClimber TC3000, I had been working out on my BowFlex TreadClimber on just the treadmill (no incline, walking flat at 2.5 mph) to build up my endurance and intensity / skill level.

I am now stepped up my intensity on my Cardio workout. I am just beginning my MFP journey.

My current workout on my BowFlex TreadClimber TC3000, I burn 284 Calories in a 10 minute session.
I try to do at least 2-3 sessions per day, to get a total workout of 30 minutes per day.

I have a BowFlex TreadClimber TC3000, I have set the Treadles intensity setting at "5" on the dials
on top of each hydraulic cylinder.
I have my personal settings at starting at 2.5 mph increasing to 3.0 mph / intensity level "5" which is
the step height setting to the same value "5" that I set on top of each hydraulic cylinders.

My panel says that i burned 160 calories/ 10 minutes vs. what my "HRM" states of 284 calories for a 10 minute workout.

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There are so many Factors; age, weight, height, variables and settings and levels.
That it is a personal customized as far as how much you really do burn on a Cardio workout on a BowFlex TreadClimber TC3000. Everyone ones workout and caloric burn will be different.

I hope that helps give you some idea as to how much that you can burn on a BowFlex TreadClimber TC3000.

Stay encourage and steadfast!
Edited by VirtuousVal On June 27, 2012 2:59 AM
June 27, 2012 3:45 AM
My best suggestion would be for you the get a heart rate monitor (with a chest strap). You enter your own personal data (height, weight age etc) and you'll get a much more accurate indication of the calories expended. (A Polar FT4 or similar is pretty affordable and will probably suit your needs perfectly)
March 25, 2013 12:54 PM
You burn 635 calories per 30 mintues on the treadclimber at a resistance of 6 and a pace of 4 miles per hour.
March 25, 2013 8:18 PM
Am having a hard time losing weight. I been exercise allmost everyday. My daily calories bruned is around 200 calories. I think I need to try and brund at laest 300 calories everyday. Can someone help me?
June 19, 2013 1:06 PM
we have one at the gym..but yes it does say how much im burning by the set levels..but isn't it different for a 180lb woman and a 240lb woman to treadclimb for 10 minutes? I think the 240 lb burns more than a 180lb
October 28, 2013 6:18 PM
I'm puzzled by the calorie burn counts on my treadclimber. For example I worked out for 55 minutes with speed of 3.9 for 2 miles and last mile between. 3.3 to 3.5. 3. Treadclimber said burned. Over 600 calories, but mt HRM said I only burned 413. I go by my HRM. I am 63 yrs old.
Unsure why such a difference. My heart rate agrees between the HRM and treadclimber. Also I set the level at 12 on an average.
Edited by 1ande3087 On October 28, 2013 6:21 PM
May 7, 2014 8:18 AM
I use the Activity Calculator here for TreadClimber


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