Economical Elliptical Trainer Reviews
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Economical Elliptical Trainer Reviews
 
  Elliptical trainers don't have to be as expensive as those at the gym. This review will present you with some affordable options...

Before we start, it's important to remember that there is a difference between affordable and cheap. While there are elliptical trainers on the market that are cheapter than the ones that we'll be discussing, they are also lower in quality and will cost upwards in maintanance. Worse yet, if the elliptical trainer doesn't provide a relatively smooth and comfortable motion, you most likely won't use it very often.

The best suggestion that we can provide is to stick to a well known brand that offers and maintains a solid warranty and service agreement. Here are a few examples...

Weslo Momentum 750 Elliptical Trainer
A subsidary of Icon Health and Fitness, you won't find many elliptical trainers for much less than this one. The Weslo elliptical trainer is space concsious and provides an upper and lower body work out, with a basic LCD display. It includes a crude resistance strap compared to the sophisticated magnetic systems located on the commercial ellipticals, however, it is simple to adjust.

Proform 750 Elliptical Trainer (Our pick)
Slightly more expensive than the Weslo, the Proform 700 is a large step up. Unlike the Weslo, it is similar in design to the commercial elliptical trainers and while it also provides an upper and lower body work out, it offers a magnetic resistance system instead of the nylon strap. The magnetic resistance system makes for a smoother and more fluid feel. The LCD display showcases all of the essential readouts such as time, heartrate, calories burned, and also provides 6 pre-set work out programs. (The heartrate monitoring comes standard and is processed by two metal plates built on to the uppor body arms.) This elliptical trainer is also iFit compatible with an innovative system that enables custom built work outs via video, CD, or Internet.

Proform 900 Elliptical Trainer
Similar to the Proform 700, it features the same LCD display screen, is also ifit compatible, and includes the same heart rate monitor system. So why is this one $100.00 more? the 900 features 5 position, custom fit pedals, each position focusing on a different set of muscles. It also provides adjustable uprights with 4 settings that can help you to further customize your work out. If you are tall, or small, the extra $100.00 is well worth the option to custom fit the machine to your needs.

Orbitrek
A much more affordable alternative to commercial elliptical trainers, the Orbitrek is quite popular amongst its users. For a full review of this "as seen on TV" product, please click here...

Gazelle Freestyle
Technically, the Gazelle Freestyle is not an elliptical trainer, but offeres a similar motion. It has been included in our list because of it positive reviews and affordability. Click here for the full review...

One of the best on line retailers for discount exercise equipment is Workoutwarehouse.com. They offer a great selection of elliptical trainers, including those outlined in this article.

Click here to compare elliptical trainers at Workoutwarehouse

 

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