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Increase your speed, power and get the best HIIT workout ever with the SHREDmill, the world’s first manual treadmill with patented adaptive resistance technology. In 2011, SHREDmill’s creator and engineer, Mark Drucker, partnered with acclaimed professional athlete trainer, Tony Villani, to develop a unique speed training “treadmill”.
What makes the SHREDmill different?
- Stride length, stride power, acceleration, conditioning, and form can all be trained inside with minimal space needed.
- Self-powered by the athlete – SHREDmill is designed for the advanced development of muscle groups to increase speed and power on the field, on the court.
- Uses no electricity
- Has a patented magnetic resistance system designed to increase running stride and power.
- The display panel evaluates athlete’s running form, power, and stride (length & frequency) to within 1/10 MPH
The newest, most portable model for the advanced development of drive phase to transition into top speed maintenance.
- For athletes of all sports, up to 6’6″
and 325 lbs.
- Permanently set incline at 7%
- Running Surface: 59” long running surface
- Dimensions: 77” length x 32” width
- Made with durable aluminum for portability
The original and most popular model for the advanced development of acceleration and top speed.
- For athletes of all sports, up to 300 lbs.
- Permanently set incline at 16.5%
- Running Surface: 59” long x 24” wide running surface
- Dimensions: 80” length x 41” width x 75” height (550 lbs)
SHREDmill Pro XL
Suggested for elite and pro training facilities that provide NFL Combine Training where a tenth of a second matters.
- Adjustable incline 0% to 30%
- Running Surface: 70” long x 24” wide running surface
- Dimensions: 100” length x 43” width x 67” height (550 lbs)
- Lowest friction running deck available
- Delivers up to 300lbs resistance
XPE Sports SHREDmill | What & Who is SHREDmill
XPE Sports SHREDmill | Training Phases
Phase 1 | Acceleration
Goal – Body lean and power into ground behind athlete generates acceleration up to 75-80% of an athlete’s top speed. Power is the key with this phase.
SHREDmill Set Up – Hill at 10% and Resistances of 6-10
Desired Speeds – 14-16 mph
Phase 2 | Transition
Goal – Transition from the acceleration phase of power into the top speed phase of stride length and turnover.
SHREDmill Set Up – Hill at 5% and Resistances of 0-2 with the band attachment tight.
Desired Speeds – 15-18 mph
*(Also can be *Conditioning or Form Phase) For Conditioning or Form Phase, simply loosen band attachment and instead of bursting and transitioning into top speed, maintain a desired speed for a desired amount of time.
Phase 3 |Stride Length
Goal – Build speed with sprint mechanics of stride length instead of the power needed in the acceleration phase.
SHREDmill Set Up – Hill at 20-25% and Resistances of 4-10.
Desired Speeds – 8-14 mph
Phase 4 | Top Speed
Goal – Reach top speeds with lengthening out stride and increasing stride turnover.
SHREDmill Set Up – Hill at 15-20% and Resistance of 0.
Desired Speeds – 16-20 mph
XPE Sports SHREDmill | Best Speed & Agility Training Tools
OUR STORY / HISTORY
In the summer of 2011, Mark Drucker was a mild-mannered scientist with some friends that trained with Tony’s in the evenings. They introduced them and MD asked Tony if there was anything he ever thought of creating for his training.
At that point in time, Tony was training athletes on a broken treadmill as a way to train enabling the runner to be the motor. He said it would be cool if there could be some sort of resistance you could apply to a manually driven treadmill to help control the runners and also develop power and stride
MD then went about creating a machine that could meet that criteria.
– Broken treadmills used by Tony Villani.
– Athletes experienced great success in running power.
– TE Rob Housler was fastest at the NFL Combine at 246 pounds with a 4.46 and 4.53 official 40 yard dash time.