Examples of companies that provide devices or apps that can (to a greater or lesser extent) record treadmill runs are:
Commonly for 3rd party apps and sports watches to record such runs, they need to be placed into a ‘treadmill mode’.
When TrainAsONE receives a such a run it should be able to detect that it is a treadmill recording and mark it as such. It does this setting the ‘Footing type’ field to ‘Treadmill’. However, some services are not always consistent in the meta data they send and so this automatic tagging is not foolproof. If the data of a treadmill run reported by TrainAsONE, e.g. it’s distance or pace, is not as expected then checking the ‘Footing type’ field should be the first thing to check.
If you are unable to record a treadmill run using a device or app, then you can always resort to entering it’s details manually within TrainAsONE.