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At Home Fitness has great selection of certified used equipment

Tuesday, May 6th, 2014
A high quality, used Landice L8 Pro Trainer Treadmill is available used for the great price of $2,899.

A high quality, used Landice L8 Pro Trainer Treadmill is available used for the great price of $2,899.

At Home Fitness has a huge selection of quality used fitness equipment.
If you’re looking to save some money off the price of new equipment, check out the awesome number of choices ranging from used ellipticals, treadmills, exercise bikes, home gyms, vibration training machines and more.
If you’re looking for high quality used fitness equipment check out online exactly what’s available at the At Home Fitness stores in Desert Ridge, Scottsdale, Gilbert and Ahwatukee.
If you want to buy or sell used fitness equipment in Phoenix, or nearby cities such as Chandler, Mesa, Glendale, Scottsdale, Desert Ridge, Ahwatukee, Gilbert and beyond, make sure to check with At Home Fitness first.
Among the brands that At Home Fitness has available for used fitness equipment sales currently are Landice, Power Plate, Precor, Octane Fitness, Vision Fitness, Life Fitness and Nautilus.
The specialty fitness equipment inventory for used machines is always changing at At Home Fitness’ superstores in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Desert Ridge and Ahwatukee, and that means lots of great opportunities to buy or sell high quality used fitness equipment.
At Home Fitness sells only certified used specialty fitness equipment, which has low wear and tear and is of high quality and meets stringent inspections.
Because At Home Fitness also has a highly trained service department, all of the used equipment that’s sold is inspected and certified as being top quality.
People can bring in used specialty fitness equipment such as treadmills, home gyms, elliptical machines, exercise bikes, vibration machines and more to sell directly to At Home Fitness, or put it on consignment at one of the superstores.

At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. Consult a doctor before making any significant changes in your exercise routine or diet. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at aaron@athomefitness.com

Check out Octane Fitness X Elliptical series at At Home Fitness

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014
The Q37 is a multiple award-winning elliptical, with several Best Buy designations and named one of Oprah’s Favorite Things in 2012. The best-selling Octane elliptical machine, this powerhouse offers CROSS CiRCUIT, ability to interact with your tablet via the new SmartLink app – and thereby become your virtual personal trainer with a ton of exercise routines – and customized Workout Boosters.

The Q37 is a multiple award-winning elliptical, with several Best Buy designations and named one of Oprah’s Favorite Things in 2012. The best-selling Octane elliptical machine, this powerhouse offers CROSS CiRCUIT, ability to interact with your tablet via the new SmartLink app – and thereby become your virtual personal trainer with a ton of exercise routines – and customized Workout Boosters.

X marks the spot for another great line of fitness equipment from Octane Fitness.
With the new Octane X series of elliptical machines, Octane continues to be one of the elite companies in the specialty fitness industry.
Octane adds new innovations with features such as Body Mapping Ergonomics, SmartStride, PowerStroke and CROSS CiRCUIT.
At Home Fitness has great pricing available on the following elite elliptical machines available from the Octane Fitness X series:
Octane Fitness Q35x Elliptical (MSRP: $2,199.00, AHF
Sale Price: $1,999.00 save $200)
– The Q35x elliptical machine includes the same high-end performance features and exceptional quality at an unbeatable value for home exercisers. Included are the natural, smooth motion that Octane is known for, digital contact heart rate sensors and four goal programs that let you take on a 10K or half-marathon, or blast 350 or 750 calories.
Octane Fitness Q37x Elliptical (MSRP: $2,899.00,
AHF Sale Price: $2,599.00 save $300)
– The Q37x is a multiple award-winning elliptical, with several Best Buy designations and named one of Oprah’s Favorite Things in 2012. The best-selling Octane elliptical machine, this powerhouse offers CROSS CiRCUIT, ability to interact with your tablet via the new SmartLink app – and thereby become your virtual personal trainer with a ton of exercise routines – and customized Workout Boosters.
Octane Fitness Q37xi Elliptical (MSRP: $3,399.00,
AHF Sale Price: $3,099.00 save $300)
– The Q37xi has all the features of the multiple award-winning Q37x elliptical, along with the Best Buy designations and named one of Oprah’s Favorite Things in 2012. The big difference is the Q37xi has a superior, high polished display screen with SmartLink, Bluetooth® hookups allowing people to use one of 49 workout programs with SmartLink, Multi-color SmartLight feedback center, Simultaneously displays key workout information with 3 placement options for a tablet – watch, read, surf. There’s also a wireless heart rate monitor with a FREE Polar® heart rate strap.
Octane Fitness Q47x Elliptical (SRP: $4,599.00, AHF Sale Price: $4,099.00 save $500) – The top-of-the-line Q47x elliptical machine delivers health club quality form, function and results to your home gym. These premium ellipticals are the most ergonomically advanced and technologically superior elliptical machines available. Designed to help you commit to and maintain a fitter lifestyle, they are built to last and perform exceptionally.
Octane Fitness Q47xi Elliptical (SRP: $5,099.00, AHF Sale Price: $4,599.00 save $500) – The Q47xi Elliptical has all the features of the Q47x, while also adding the more advanced console that hooks up to a tablet. SmartLink, Bluetooth® hookups allow people to use one of 49 workout programs with SmartLink, Multi-color SmartLight feedback center, Simultaneously displays key workout information with 3 placement options for a tablet – watch, read, surf. There’s also a wireless heart rate monitor with a FREE Polar® heart rate strap
The top-of-the-line Q47xi elliptical machine delivers health club quality form, function and results to your home gym. These premium ellipticals are the most ergonomically advanced and technologically superior elliptical machines available. Designed to help you commit to and maintain a fitter lifestyle, they are built to last and perform exceptionally.
Octane LateralX LX8000 Elliptical (MSRP: $6,999.00, AHF Sale Price: $6,299.00 save $700) – The new LateralX elliptical is a complete reinvention of cross training and now it’s available for you to purchase for your home. The LateralX offers the option to move in multiple directions on one machine so you can get the most out of your home exercise equipment purchase. You now have the ability to move up and down, forward and back and side to side, all on one machine.
Octane LateralX LX8000 TOUCH Elliptical (MSRP: $9,598.00, Sale Price: $8,599.00 save $999) – The LX8000 features a 15-inch widescreen, Intel® Atom® processor with touch screen navigation, Split screen feedback that simultaneously displays entertainment and live workout stats, Instructional CROSS CiRCUIT and Booster videos.

Octane Q47ci, Q47c Ellipticals unmatched for value, quality

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014
Octane Fitness Q47ci Elliptical has an interactive console that has four extra programs not available on the Octane Q47c Elliptical. The “i” stands for interactive and those special programs give users control of their workout like never before. You can wear a wireless harness that detects and monitors your heart rate. The machine can even be programmed to increase or decrease resistance depending on your desired heart rate goal.

Octane Fitness Q47ci Elliptical has an interactive console that has four extra programs not available on the Octane Q47c Elliptical.
The “i” stands for interactive and those special programs give users control of their workout like never before. You can wear a wireless harness that detects and monitors your heart rate. The machine can even be programmed to increase or decrease resistance depending on your desired heart rate goal.

When it comes to getting a top-of-the-line elliptical machine at a great price, you can’t beat the Octane Fitness Q47ci and Q47c.
These ellipticals are every bit as good as commercial machines that you’d find in health clubs, but at a significantly lower price.
They have been recognized my numerous reviewers and trainers as the most ergonomically advanced and technologically superior ellipticals available.
At Home Fitness has great deals and expertise when it comes these machines as the No. 1 dealer of Octane Fitness equipment in Arizona.
The Octane Fitness Q47ci Elliptical ($4,499, save $500) has an interactive console that has four extra programs not available on the Octane Q47c Elliptical.
The “i” stands for interactive and those special programs give users control of their workout like never before. You can wear a wireless harness that detects and monitors your heart rate. The machine can even be programmed to increase or decrease resistance depending on your desired heart rate goal.
The Octane Fitness Q47c Elliptical ($3,999, save $500) is an award-winning machine like the Q47ci, but without as many bells and whistles. You can still get a great, complete-body workout on the Q47c and it has a direct touch heart-rate monitor,
Octane is the unquestioned leader in elliptical machines and the Q47c series is its top line. They are the most ergonomically superior and technologically advanced ellipticals on the market.

At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at aaron@athomefitness.com

Octane LateralX LX8000 Elliptical is a game-changer

Monday, January 20th, 2014
For people who want to train with the best machines there are, the Octane Fitness LateralX is health-club grade and something that must be experienced. At Home Fitness in Arizona is an exclusive Octane dealer and has the LateralX.

For people who want to train with the best machines there are, the Octane Fitness LateralX is health-club grade and something that must be experienced. At Home Fitness in Arizona is an exclusive Octane dealer and has the LateralX.

Doing cardio exercises on a fitness machine has pretty much always involved following a linear path. You run or walk straight ahead on a treadmill, and move in that same direction on an elliptical.
That is, until the Octane LateralX LX8000 Elliptical came along in 2012.
The unique Lateral X allows the same front and back movements everyone else’s machine offers, but with a simple push of a button the user can change it to become the first fully adjustable lateral moving elliptical cross trainer.
You can move side-to-side in a wide skating motion or adjust the Octane LateralX LX8000 all the way to the other extreme to a smooth stair-climber motion.
Adjustable foot pads can be easily rotated outward for the side-to-side skating type motion. Or, set it for a more conservative, traditional stepping motion.
LateralX adds excitement and challenge to a cardio workout, which can become pretty boring when done the same way day after day, week after week and month after month.
It works muscles in different ways and even improves coordination in a cross-trainer type workout that’s sure to create muscle confusion, which is a good thing in the fitness world.
Even people who are in pretty good shape and exercise regularly often comment that their legs are “burning” after several minutes on the Octane LateralX LX8000. That’s due largely in part to the fact that the side-to-side movements work the muscles in a way you just don’t get doing traditional front-and-back exercises.
Right now this award-winning Best Buy machine is available at an MSRP of $6,999 through At Home Fitness.

At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at aaron@athomefitness.com

Octane Fitness leader for producing elliptical machines

Thursday, December 19th, 2013

This is the fourth in a 10-part series on Christmas gift ideas to help people on your list get more fit. Featured today are elliptical machines.

Elliptical machines are one of the most popular types of fitness equipment. They are provide a low-impact, fun way to get a great cardio workout.
Depending on if you use the arm handles, too, you’ll tone your lower and upper body. Thanks to the aerobic benefits, they can also help you get more heart healthy and lose weight.
Elliptical machines are simple to use — you put your feet into the foot pedals and follow the motion of the machine. Move back and forth as your hands and arms move along with the moving handlebars. When you stop, the machine will stop, too.
Ellipticals come with preset programs that allow you to choose a workout routine. You can adjust the incline level to increase the difficulty of your workouts.
The most popular selling brand of elliptical machines are made by Octane Fitness. The company won an incredible nine Best Buy awards from FitnessProfessorReview.com for the 2013-2014 season. Since 2003, Octane Fitness has garnered around 70 Best Buy combined awards from numerous review sites.
The new Octane LateralX was named the Best Crosstrainer overall, while Octane’s Q47ci was selected as the Best Elliptical overall for the seventh year in a row.
“For those looking for the ultimate standing elliptical, it is difficult to do better than an Octane,” the Fit Prof said.
Other Octane models to win awards include the Q47c, Q37ci and the Q37c
At Home Fitness has MAP (Minimum Allowed Pricing) on Octane Fitness products in Arizona.
If you are looking to buy an elliptical trainer in Scottsdale, Desert Ridge, Ahwatukee or Gilbert, there are At Home Fitness superstores in those cities in the Phoenix area. Those stores are also located near many other cities in Arizona.

Octane’s Q47ci was selected as the Best Elliptical overall for the seventh year in a row

Octane’s Q47ci was selected as the Best Elliptical overall for the seventh year in a row

At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at aaron@athomefitness.com

Five reasons to consider owning an elliptical machine

Monday, May 20th, 2013

The Octane Q37ci (MSRP $3,299, AHF sale price $2,999) is a total body complete workout machine.

Elliptical machine trainers provide an outstanding way to tone muscle and get a great cardio workout that’s low-impact on the joints and ligaments.
They are also very easy to use for people of all ages. All you have to do is stand with your feet inside the foot pedals and begin moving back and forth as your hands and arms move along with the moving handlebars. When you stop, the machine will stop, too.
Most ellipticals come with preset programs that allow you to choose a workout routine. You can adjust the incline level to increase the difficulty of your workouts.
Here are five reasons why owning your own elliptical machine is a smart decision:
1. Time-saver – Since elliptical machines can work out both the upper and lower body at the same time, you can get a quality full-body workout in as little as 20 minutes. By owning one of your own, you can work out any time you want.
2. Low-impact – When compared to other exercises, such as running or weightlifting, an elliptical machine is very low impact on the body.
Ellipticals are especially recommended for older individuals who want to get a cardio workout, or individuals who are trying to give their back or knees a break from more jarring types of workouts.
3. Weight loss – By increasing the heart rate while working out, you also burn more calories and in turn can start to lose weight when exercise is combined with a healthy diet.
4. Easy to use – As mentioned earlier, ellipticals are very easy to use. Almost anyone can use them, but you can control how hard you want to exercise on the machine.
5. Get healthier – Because of the full-body workout an elliptical provides, it will help people get an excellent cardio workout and that can help improve your overall health when done consistently over time.

At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. Consult a doctor before making any significant changes in your exercise routine or diet. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at aaron@athomefitness.com

Seven benefits of using an elliptical machine

Monday, April 1st, 2013

Elliptical cross trainers

The Octane Q35c Elliptical Machine

are a low-impact, fun way to exercise.
Depending on if you use the arm handles, too, you’ll tone your lower and upper body. Thanks to the aerobic benefits, they can also help you get more heart healthy and lose weight.
Here are seven more benefits of using an elliptical machine:
1. Get used to the gliding sensation and then exercise at your own pace.
2. Elliptical machines provide an excellent low-impact way to get a great cardio workout without the wear and tear of high-impact activities such as running.
3. Ergonomically correct designs of an elliptical machines can reduce strain on the legs and back.
4. Some people even say using an elliptical machine puts less stress on their knees than walking for a workout.
5. Elliptical machines are simple to use. All you have to do is stand with your feet inside the foot pedals and begin moving back and forth as your hands and arms move along with the moving handlebars. When you stop, the machine will stop, too.
6. Most ellipticals come with preset programs that allow you to choose a workout routine. You can adjust the incline level to increase the difficulty of your workouts.
7. Since elliptical machines can work out both the upper and lower body at the same time, you can get a quality full-body workout in as little as 20 minutes.

At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at aaron@athomefitness.com

How to build a mid-priced home gym

Tuesday, February 26th, 2013

3G Cardio AVT 3.0 Vibration Machine (MSRP $2,499, $1,999 AHF price)

Editor’s note: This is the second in a three-part series on how to build a home gym. Today, we take a look at how to put together a mid-priced gym.

Do you want to build a high quality home gym, but aren’t able to spend like a company president? Fear not – that’s doable.
Here are five tips to build a mid-priced home gym. The following equipment choices are ones I believe rank among the very best in their price range and will help you get both a good cardio and strength training workout in your gym. Of course, you may find some comparable models you might want to substitute.
Octane Fitness Q35c Elliptical (MSRP $2,199, AHF price $1,999) – Get Octane’s mid-range elliptical that’s sure to deliver top-notch form, function and results that exercisers want. The new Octane Fitness Q35c features contact heart rate monitoring and enhanced X-Mode workout booster to let you get even more out of your workout. From the natural fluid motion of Body-Mapping Ergonomics and QuadLink drive to the informative electronics and variety of pre-programmed workouts.
Inspire FT1 Functional Trainer (AHF sale price $2,495) – A home gym that rivals almost any on the home gym, but for about $1,000 less than comparable models is this do-everything gem from Inspire. The Inspire FT1 enables users to have complete freedom of movement in any direction or plane while performing weight resistance exercises. These free-flowing exercises are designed to move the way your body naturally moves. Many of the freestanding exercises incorporate core, secondary, and stabilizing muscles, giving you a more efficient workout.
LifeSpan TR1200i Treadmill (MSRP $1,499, AHF sale price $999) – Anyone who’s ever shopped for treadmills knows you can spend $5,000, $6,000, $7,000 or even more for an elite model. Be careful trying to buy a bargain treadmill, though, because you might wind up with a flimsy model that’s too shaky to run on, or worse yet breaks down.
The LifeSpan TR1200i gives you a happy medium – it saves you a ton of money but is also a high quality treadmill that you can run on. The feature-rich TR12000i treadmill includes a USB data port that automatically saves your time, distance, calories, heart rate and steps as you workout so you can track your fitness activity in your online LifeSpan Fitness Club account.
3G Cardio AVT 3.0 Vibration Machine (MSRP $2,499, $1,999 AHF price) – Vibration training is the fastest growing segment of the fitness industry and provides a great way to train for strength, flexibility and even massage. However, however it’s not cheap to own a vibration trainer in your home, though, as these machines routinely cost $4,000, $5,000 or even up to $10,000.
However, people can enjoy all of the benefits of vibration training with the affordably priced 3G Cardio AVT 3.0 Vibration Machine, which comes at an MSRP of $2499. At Home Fitness has this ingenious machine at the remarkable price of just $1,999.
Vibration training has been touted by everyone from professional athletes and celebrities, to the couple next door and even senior citizens and people battling chronic diseases in some instances. Vibration machines create instability, which the body senses and reflexively contracts muscle tissue involuntarily to stabilize and react to the stimuli.
As a result, all three types of skeletal muscles are instantaneously called into service because of the near-immediate level of fatigue. No longer is there a “progression of muscle fatigue” as in traditional strength training.
AVT can work up to 95 percent of the muscle fibers, compared to as little as 20 percent with traditional strength training. In significantly less time than using traditional exercise methods, people can get a much better workout.
Many experts state that people can get great benefits from performing AVT training just 30 minutes three times a week.
Exercise balls – Shop around for exercise balls, they provide a great way to do a variety of core strengthening exercises.
If you have the financial means to plan a mid-priced home gym, there are some incredible options to consider when dealing with your local specialty fitness store, such as any of At Home Fitness’ four superstores in Arizona or their website www.athomefitness.com.

At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. Consult a doctor before making any significant changes in your exercise routine or diet. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at aaron@athomefitness.com

How to build a high-end home gym

Monday, February 25th, 2013

Octane is a fitness leader after year after year, and nowhere is that fact more evident than in the flagship Q47 Series Elliptical cross trainers.

Editor’s note: This is the first in a three-part series on how to build a home gym. Today, we take a look at how to put together a high-end gym.

There are many different reasons why a person decides to build a home gym. They may decide to make a bigger commitment to fitness. They may have been exercising at a club, but grown tired of waiting in lines and/or watching people who don’t clean off the equipment when done. Perhaps their finances have improved to the point where it’s now possible. They may want to set up an exercise room in their home that the entire family can use.
If you have the financial means to plan a high-end home gym, there are some incredible options to consider when dealing with your local specialty fitness store, such as any of At Home Fitness’ four superstores in Arizona or their website www.athomefitness.com.
Any great home gym should allow you to get both a good cardio and strength training workout and just as importantly have equipment you enjoy using!
Here are five suggestions for a high-end home gym, but of course you might want to substitute one brand or model when it comes to some of the equipment.
Octane Fitness Q47ci Elliptical (MSRP $4,999, AHF sale price $4,499) – Octane is a fitness leader after year after year, and nowhere is that fact more evident than in the flagship Q47 Series Elliptical cross trainers. These top-of-the-line ellipticals deliver club-quality form, function, and results to your home gym; they are unquestionably the most ergonomically advanced and technologically superior ellipticals available.
Power Plate My7 (MSRP $7,995, AHF sale price $7,395) – The My7 has more than 250 customized programs and 1,000 individual exercise possibilities – that’s over a million different combinations. Vibration training is the fastest growing fitness equipment on the market and lets you take exercise in a whole new direction. .
Landice L8 Executive Trainer (MSRP $4,695) – The Landice L8 has an oversized running area and a frame designed for runners over 6-foot in height or for people who simply want the top-of-the-line for performance and durability. Marathoners, tri-athletes and other elite athletes regularly train on the L8, which has a 22” x 63” four-ply treadbelt running surface. 3-1/2 inch diameter rollers. It has a footprint that measures 34″ x 83.”.
The L8 has Landice’s most feature rich console.
Torque Fitness F7 Fold Away Strength Trainer (MSRP $4,149, AHF sale price $3,099) – This home gym includes an Adjustable Weight Bench. The F7 Away Strength Trainer has a dual weight stack gym that offers true, independent functional training packaged in a small fold-away footprint. With two adjustable swivel pulleys – each with 30 positions – and two different widths, the F7 accommodates users of all sizes in performing unlimited exercises.
Extras – It’s very important to have proper flooring in your home gym. When the floor has a hard surface, such as wood or soft tiles you definitely need floor mats. If your workout room is carpeted you may not need floor mats – or only in selected areas. Make your workout room more inspiring by putting up photos, posters and-or motivational posters.
Other extras that will put your room “over the top” include setting up a stereo system, TV, accessories such as exercise balls and stretch tubes.
Consult your specialty fitness store for more information.

At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. Consult a doctor before making any significant changes in your exercise routine or diet. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at aaron@athomefitness.com

Octane Fitness Q37ci elliptical is one of Oprah’s favorite things

Wednesday, February 20th, 2013

The Octane Fitness Q37ci elliptical machine is one of Oprah Winfrey’s favorite things for 2012 — and it’s available at At Home Fitness.
Octane took all the impressive features and quality of its previous elliptical machine and made a good thing great.
With the addition

The Octane Q37ci (MSRP $3,299, AHF sale price $2,999) is a total body complete workout machine.

of a side platform (optional) and the more ability to truly incorporate upper body workouts, the Octane Q37ci (MSRP $3,299, AHF sale price $2,999) is now a total body complete workout machine.
Oprah had this to say about the Octane Fitness Q37ci elliptical machine after naming it one her favorite things for 2012: “Bob Greene got me into this elliptical cross-trainer, and I’m forever grateful. It provides such a variety of total body workouts, including goal programs, like a 10K and half marathon—along with digital heart rate monitoring—that you’re more exhilarated than exhausted afterward. Why not give the gift of good health?”
There it is in a nutshell — the Q37ci elliptical is a great way to get a great workout.
Here are some of the specific features:
* The innovative CROSSCiRCUIT+ and customizable interval program help provide an outstanding challenge and variety to shape and tone your body
* Powerbands and optional stationary side platforms with multiple anchor points let you perform strength training exercises.
* Converging Path handlebars with MultiGrip strengthen and tone the upper-body with the exclusively designed handlebars that offer a variety of hand positions and deliver a natural upper-body motion
* ArmBlaster helps tone the upper-body, with customizable resistance levels and interval durations to fit the needs of any level of exerciser
* 1.8” pedal spacing—the most natural pedal spacing available, mimics human biomechanics and provides optimal comfort
* X-Mode & GluteKicker are customizable workout boosters that prompt users into varied cross training actions to keep you interested, motivated, and pushing your workout to optimum results
* Heart rate monitoring and control—lets you know just how hard you are working and keeps you ‘in the zone’
* Low step-up height makes getting on and off effortless; great for low-ceiling rooms
* Space-efficient footprint is significantly shorter than other premium ellipticals or treadmills; fits conveniently in your home
MOM Mode—promotes family safety and provides peace of mind for parents by disabling console buttons and restricting movement so little ones cannot easily move arms and pedals.

At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. Consult a doctor before making any significant changes in your exercise routine or diet. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at aaron@athomefitness.com



 
 
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