Booklights: Treadmill Console Manual by Vision Fitness

April 1, 2017





I couldn't be more excited to do today's Booklights review!  Today I am reviewing a book that is a must-read for all ages, and an absolute masterpiece in the world of literature.  If you haven't read it, then you need to start today and change your life forever. 


I am talking about the glorious, splendid, incomparable Treadmill Console Manual by Vision Fitness.  You can tell you're in for a great read as soon as you glance at the vibrant, gray scale cover, printed on a wonderful and economic utility paper. The cover contains illustrations of not one, not two, but THREE different types of consoles, in a minimalist art style. If I didn't care about keeping my precious book in pristine condition, I would remove the cover and frame it in my living room.  

If the cover weren't enough to dazzle you, it is the treasure trove of prose within that will really capture your fancy. This book has it all: 


"Press START to begin workout."  I'm pumped!  Are you?




"Attach the safety key clip to part of your clothing making sure that it is secure and will not become detached during operation."  I don't know about you, but I'm definitely going to keep my safety clip attached. 

"Time, distance, and calories will all count up from zero.  OR..."   Or what?  Aren't you just dying to see what comes next? 

"Plug in the power cord and turn the treadmill ON."  Whew!!  Somebody get me a fan! 


What's more, the book has foreign dialogue, in both French AND Spanish.  Truly a diverse piece of literature. It gets even better, though!  The book even ends by pointing you in the direction of the riveting sequel: "See PASSPORT OWNER'S MANUAL for more information."

Vision Fitness has kindly offered an eBook version of this masterful work of word art available online for free.  But if they didn't, I would buy it, and you should, too.  It's the perfect thing to read, anytime, anywhere.

And it's especially great to read on April Fool's Day. 

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