Operation Modes of a WalkingPad Treadmill

Operation Modes of a WalkingPad Treadmill

The WalkingPad treadmill is designed to help you reach your fitness and weight loss goals. It has multiple modes that allow you to target various muscle groups.

The fact that this treadmill is powered by a brushless DC motor, meaning it is more efficient than a conventional treadmill. This means that the walking pad treadmill has less mechanical friction and better performance. In addition, it has a top speed of 20 km/h (12 mph), with a belt length of 1.6 m (5.2 ft) and an incline range of -15% to +15%.

The WalkingPad has different modes that include:

Manual Mode

This mode allows users to set their own speed and incline levels. The user can also use the manual mode to create their own workouts by selecting the length of time they want to exercise as well as how many calories they want to burn during their workout session.

Auto Mode

The walking pad automatically moves forward when the user steps onto one footpad and stops when they step off. Auto mode is most useful for people who need assistance standing up from their chair, but do not need help walking around their home or office environment. This mode also makes it easy for users who have limited mobility or balance problems to get back up onto their feet after sitting down for extended periods of time without having to get up from their chair first!

Interval Training Mode

This mode allows users to set the pace at which they would like to walk or run on a treadmill. The machine will automatically increase or decrease your speed depending on whether you are walking or running.

Cardio Mode

This is the default mode of the WalkingPad treadmill and can be used for general fitness or weight loss purposes. You can set your own pace from 0-12 miles per hour (1.6 km/h - 6.7 m/s). The incline level is also fully adjustable for more challenging workouts.

Strength Mode

This mode allows you to focus on your leg muscles as well as your core muscles by adjusting the incline level and speed settings to meet your needs. It also comes with preset programs specifically designed for strengthening legs, arms, abs and back muscles through different exercises such as squats, lunges and crunches.

Endurance Mode

This mode helps improve cardiovascular endurance by increasing both incline level and speed settings while maintaining a steady stride rate during running or walking sessions. It also comes with preset programs designed for improving cardiovascular endurance through sustained running or walking sessions at varying paces and time constraints according to your fitness level

How to Reset a Walking Pad Treadmill

If your treadmill walking pad is stuck in one spot, you can usually fix this problem by resetting the treadmill. You can do this by pressing the emergency stop button on the control panel and then pressing the "F2" key on your keyboard. This will reset many of the settings on your treadmill, including those that control the walking pad.

Step 1: Find the emergency stop button.

The emergency stop button is typically located underneath the control panel or near where you would set up your treadmill. It should be red or bright orange and labelled with an "E." If you don't see it right away, check under all of the buttons on your control panel until you find it.

Step 2: Turn off power to your treadmill before resetting it.

To turn off power to your treadmill before resetting it, flip off its circuit breaker switch or unplug it from its electrical outlet. Wait 30 seconds before proceeding to the next step so that there won't be any danger of electrocution while working on the machine later on.

Step 3: Press and hold down the emergency stop button for 15 seconds.

If all else fails, unplug the treadmill from the wall outlet, wait for a few minutes, then plug it back in.


The treadmill reset procedure also varies from one type to another. So, the reset procedures may also vary. If anything, you may have to consult your manufacturer's website or use your manual to go along this procedure. Most of the parts in the WalkingPad treadmill are easily replaceable, so you'll be able to get it back up and running if it goes down. Of course, if you've determined that the issue is mechanical, we recommend hiring a professional repair person.