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Firm launches shared treadmills in city
    2018-04-17  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

WHILE many people fork out thousands of yuan to become members of gyms, shared treadmills recently appeared at a number of housing estates in the city, the Daily Sunshine reported yesterday.

The treadmills, operated by yoyorun, are being placed in empty spaces in housing estates. Residents just need to scan the QR code on the treadmill using their mobile phone, follow the WeChat account and click “unlock the treadmill,” then the equipment will turn on instantly.

Users can also adjust the incline setting and speed. The exercise data is not only displayed on the treadmill in real time, but can also be reviewed on WeChat at any time.

It has been reported that each of these treadmills occupies about 2 square meters, so they can be placed in the empty space or gardens of residential buildings. According to Wang Jianmin, CEO of the company, their shared treadmill doesn’t require a deposit, and charges 0.2 yuan (US$0.03) per minute.

First timers can use the treadmill for free for an hour. Users can also make reservations through the WeChat public account.

After the launch of the shared treadmills, several residents have expressed interest in the exercise equipment. However, some think the charges are a little expensive.

Yoyorun has signed contracts with more than 200 housing estates and placed over 300 treadmills in more than 100 housing estates. According to Wang, more such fitness equipment will be put into use in the near future. (Zhang Yu)

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