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Gold’s Gym Crosswalk 570 Review

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The Gold’s Gym Crosswalk 570 is an affordable “budget treadmill” providing adequate specs, including their prized “CrossWalk Upper Body Arms”.

With the new adjustable grips, the manufacturer promises that users will “burn 50 percent more calories and increase their cardio benefits.”

The Gold’s Gym Crosswalk 570 makes a decent attempt at changing the way you exercise on a treadmill (more on that later), but it would have been nice if Gold’s Gym also focused a little more on the motor, noise and wear parts.

Learn more by reading our full Gold’s Gym Crosswalk 570 review below…


Model Gold's Gym Crosswalk 570

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Treadmill Speed is measured in Miles Per Hour (mph). Average running speed is 5-9 mph.

0 - 10 mph

Treadmill Incline measures the angle of the deck, and how steep it is relative to the floor (0% is flat, and 15% is like a steep hill).

0 - 10%

The Treadmill Motor is what turns the belt as you run. We recommend at least 2 HP (Horsepower) motors, 2.5+ HP for jogging, and 3.0+ HP for running.

2.28 HP

Treadmill Deck dimensions are measured in inches: Width x Length. The wider and longer the deck, the safer it is (55-60 inches long recommended for running).

20" x 55"

The Treadmill Belt is the surface you run on. The thicker the belt, the less impact on your joints. At least 2-ply (1 inch) recommended.


Some treadmills are designed to conserve space by folding up. This is a convenient option, but some features might be reduced.


Treadmill Programs allow you to complete a workout with changing speeds and inclines, without changing anything manually.

Pre-Defined: 16
Max. Weight

Treadmill Max User Weight is the amount of weight, in pounds (lbs), that it can safely support, which can represent durability.

300 lbs
Heart Rate

Heart Rate programs allow you to track how many times your heart is beating per minute (bpm), and some control the workout for you.

Dual-Grip PowerPulse Heart Rate Monitor

Dimensions are included to help you figure out if this treadmill will fit properly (Length x Width x Height and Height x Depth).

71" x 34" x 58"
Shipping Weight: 198 lbs

Treadmill Display refers to the screen you'll look at to monitor workouts. LED and LCD displays are similar to TV screens.

ClearView™ Backlit LCD Display
Cooling Fans

Treadmill Cooling Fans are designed to help keep you cool during an intense workout.

Accessory Tray

Some treadmills include an accessory tray for holding items such as water bottles, wallets, keys, or MP3 players like iPods.


Treadmills that include a sound system allow you to listen to your MP3 player/iPod through built-in speakers (no headphones).

Quick Controls

Quick Controls allow you to select speed, incline and even workout programs with the touch of a button (usually on the handles).


The warranty is a very important part of your investment. The longer the warranty, the longer you can get free/discounted repairs by the manufacturer.

Frame: Lifetime
Motor: 25 Years
Parts: 1 Year
Labor: 1 Year

Rating: 68.2%

Our Rating

Rating: 68.2/100. Folding, 2.8 HP motor, 20″ x 55″ deck, CrossWalk Upper Body Arms, iPod dock, built-in speakers, ComfortShox Max Cushioning, 16 workouts, Clearview Backlit LCD Display, QuickSelect speed and incline, SpaceSaver folding design, Workout Intensity Control


  • Treadmill exercises upper body too
  • Music friendly (mp3 compatible)
  • SpaceSaver folding and compact
  • Quality number of pre-defined workouts
  • Quick controls for speed/incline adjustment
  • LCD display system


  • Not compatible with iFit Live
  • Durability of some wear parts questionable
  • Customer complaints about treadmill shipped w/ damage parts


The Gold’s Gym Crosswalk 570, retailed at just under $600, is what you would expect from a budget treadmill. There is some good, some bad, and some ugly.

The manufacturer attempts to sell the Crosswalk 570 solely on the CrossWalk Upper Body Arms feature, but the 570’s ComfortShox Max cushioning which guarantees a comfortable workout is also worth mentioning.

Besides the components needed to power the treadmill, the Crosswalk 570 is also compact with patent SpaceSaver folding design.

Workout Programs

The Gold’s Gym Crosswalk 570 offers a fair amount of workout programs, 16 to be exact.

Users can burn fat, lose calories and stay motivated with the selection of aerobic, endurance and weight loss pre-defined programs, which combined with the Dual-Grip Heart Rate monitor and CrossWalk Upper Arms, create a rather diverse range of programs.

Even though the Crosswalk 570 “upper body workout” promises to give you an advanced workout, some users have classified this feature as nothing more than a gimmick.

Gold’s Gym Crosswalk 570 Treadmill Features

The Gold’s Gym Crosswalk 570 presents a 2.8 HP motor with 20″ x 55″ running surface and 10 mph/10% incline.

Although some users will find this inadequate, low impact and out-of-shape trainers will find that these features meet their needs.

The workout intensity control feature lets you adjust your intensity at any time during your routine ensuring the Crosswalk 570 helps you achieve your fitness goals.

Motivate yourself further by plugging in your favorite tunes on the iPod deck and listening through the built-in sound system. Stay cool as well with the built-in cooling fan.

The Crosswalk 570 is backed by a 25 year warranty on motor (below), and one year guarantee on parts.

Warranty & Guarantee

The Gold’s Gym Crosswalk 570 warranty and guarantee includes:

– Frame: Lifetime
– Motor: 25 Years
– Parts: 1 Year
– Labor: 1 Year


If you’re tight on cash the Gold’s Gym Crosswalk 570 is a decent buy.

Some consumers will get excited about the CrossWalk Upper Arms, but the deck size, ability to fold and store as well as number of workout programs also make the Crosswalk 570 a viable under $600 treadmill.

Looking for a better option? Find out how this compares to the Top 5 Treadmills.

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