16 Oct Diamondback Fitness Elliptical now available at At Home Fitness
The Diamondback Fitness 1260Ef Elliptical Trainer is an All-Star acquisition to the At Home Fitness superstores.
This elliptical is very highly rated for ergonomics, exercise range and ease to use. And, it comes to you for a sweet price of $1,999 (save $500 off MSRP) at At Home Fitness.
Construction is top-of-the-line for the Diamondback Fitness 1260Ef Elliptical Trainer. It features sealed ball bearings and permanently lubricated polymer bearings, aluminum extrusion incline structure with ball bearing rollers, Krayton rubber comfort grips, welded heavy gauge steel frame, anti-rust powder coating, high impact ABS plastic side cases, a poly-V belt drive and extra wide EVA foam cushion foot pads.The Diamondback Fitness 1260Ef Elliptical Trainer weights 245 pounds and once assembled measures 69.5 inches long, by 27.5 inches wide, by 65 inches tall.
The workout programs are as follows:
Five classic programs with Quick Start option – manual, random cross, interval, hill climb, and sprint;
Five heart rate interactive programs: target heart rate, heart rate interval, fat burner, heart rate hill, and cardio;
Three cross-training programs – glute burner, quad builder, and total trainer.
It’s almost limitless how much you can push yourself thanks to an electronically controlled magnetic brake with 20 levels of resistance.
You’ll have ultimate control of your workout as you monitor it with a Green LED dot matrix profile. An alphanumeric message display with program instructions guides you and there are four data display windows with an individual select button for each data group. Easy-to-select program buttons have LED indicators.
At all times you can monitor workout summary displays that include total time of workout, calories, distance, maximum heart rate, minimum heart rate and average heart rate.
Additionally, console feedback consists of time, segment time, watts, level, incline, percentage of maximum heart rate, calories, heart rate, calories, calories per minute, speed, pulse, RPM, and distance.
A dot matrix profile shows intensity profile, incline profile, and heart rate profile.
One feature that really stands out is a built in Polar-compatible heart rate receiver and hand held contact heart rate receiver. This allows you to quickly and easily enter your target heart rate program with the Heart Rate Lock function.
Among the other perks are a customized hand held pulse sensor, chest strap that’s included, 10 ellipse angle electronic adjustments, 25 to 130 SPM step rate, 20 to 130 RPM pedal rate, 20 to 700 watts resistance range and 19-inch stride length.
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