Nautilus, Inc. has launched.  New Bowflex® BXT8J Treadmill with JRNY® Adaptive Fitness App, at select retailers

Nautilus, Inc. has launched. New Bowflex® BXT8J Treadmill with JRNY® Adaptive Fitness App, at select retailers

Vancouver, Laundry. – (work wire) – Nautilus, Inc. (NYSE: NLS), a leader in home fitness innovation for more than 30 years, today announced the launch of the Bowflex® BXT8J Treadmill with JRNY® Adaptive Fitness App Compatibility at online retail partners And in stores. Providing customers with an integrated fitness solution at an affordable price.

According to a recent survey conducted by YouGov* on behalf of Nautilus Inc. However, the most important advantage of a treadmill is affordability, and the main reasons consumers stop buying a treadmill are cost and size.

“With the launch of the Bowflex BXT8J treadmill, we continue to diversify our product and omnichannel offerings and provide consumers with the ability to shop based on their personal preferences,” said Jay McGregor, Senior Vice President, and General Manager of North America Sales, Nautilus, Inc. “We know affordability is an important trait for our customers, and we’re excited to offer a quality heart product with digital connectivity, accessible through our nationwide retailer partners.”

The Bowflex® BXT8J treadmill provides high-performance cardio combined with the ability to pair the user’s device with the JRNY® Adaptive Fitness App. The treadmill’s built-in media rack makes it easy to explore new and personal JRNY® workout experiences using a tablet or phone (available on iOS and Android devices). A JRNY® Adaptive Fitness Membership provides access to Explore Global Trails, JRNY Radio, and hundreds of coach-led workouts, all of which are tracked and archived in the JRNY(R) Member’s Journal.

Bowflex® BXT8J Treadmill

Additional features include:

  • 20″ x 60″ L running belt and Comfort Tech cushioning system for a softer landing.

  • Speeds up to 12 mph and a 15% automated incline to push your workout even further.

  • The foldable SoftDrop™ system and transport wheels make it easy to move and store the treadmill around the home.

  • The Ultra-clear DualTrack™ LCD screen comes with 26 internal exercise programs (no Wi-Fi required).

  • Heart rate chest strap to help stay in the target area, along with calling and telemetry features for heart rate monitoring.

For $1,299 (MSRP), the Bowflex® BXT8J treadmill is available for purchase online at select retailers, including Academy, Amazon, Best Buy, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and Nebraska Furniture Mart, as well as select retailers and Nebraska Furniture Mart websites.

For a limited time, new JRNY® customers will receive a free trial. After the free trial, members will sign up for $149 per year ($19.99 per month) to access JRNY® Workouts for the Bowflex® BXT8J treadmill on their mobile device or tablet.

For more information about the JRNY® Adaptive Fitness Membership, please visit:

*All figures mentioned, unless otherwise noted, are from a survey conducted by YouGov Plc on behalf of Nautilus, Inc. The total sample size was 2,646 adults. Numbers are weighted and represent all US adults (18+). Fieldwork was carried out between 17-19 AugustThe tenth 2022. Participants completed the online survey.

About JRNY® Adaptive Fitness Membership

The JRNY® Adaptive Fitness Membership offers personalized full-body and cardio workouts that evolve as you do. It learns with each use by evaluating your fitness level and recommending exercises based on your abilities, time available, mood and more. With streaming entertainment and an ever-growing library of real-time full-body workout and training content, this fitness experience works seamlessly with compatible devices and on your mobile device.

About Nautilus, Inc.

Nautilus, Inc. (NYSE: NLS) is a global leader in digitally connected home fitness solutions. The company’s brand family includes Bowflex®, Nautilus®, Schwinn® and JRNY®, its digital fitness platform. With a wide range of exercise bikes, cardio equipment, and strength training products, Nautilus, Inc. From living healthier through individual connected fitness experiences, and in doing so, you envision building a healthier world, one person at a time.

Headquartered in Vancouver, Washington, the company’s products are sold directly to consumers on brand websites and through retail partners and are available throughout the United States and internationally. Nautilus, Inc. Investor Relations page on its website ( to make information available to investors and the market.

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