It is normal for a treadmill to have some level of movement or vibration during use, especially when running at higher speeds or inclines. However, excessive shaking or movement can be a sign of a problem with the treadmill or the way it is being used.
If the shaking is severe or consistent, it may be caused by a loose or damaged component within the treadmill. This could include loose bolts or screws, a damaged belt or deck, or a motor problem. In this case, it is important to have the treadmill inspected and repaired by a qualified technician to ensure safe operation.
Another possible cause of shaking could be an uneven or unstable surface beneath the treadmill. Make sure that the floor is level and that the treadmill is positioned on a stable and flat surface. You may also want to consider using a treadmill mat or anti-vibration pad to reduce any movement or noise caused by the treadmill.
It is important to note that if you are experiencing severe shaking or movement while using your treadmill, it is best to stop using it until you can identify and address the underlying cause. This will help to prevent any potential safety hazards or damage to the treadmill.