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FAQ About Elliptical Machines

Finding a new level of fitness starts with a single step. Or stride. Elliptical machines are easy-to-use, cardio machines great for all fitness levels. Ideal for anyone looking for the convenience of working out at home, ellipticals let you put the pedal to the metal on your fitness goals.

Why should I consider an elliptical machine?

Elliptical machines are low-impact, meaning they're easier on joints and the lower back than other exercise machines. They're ideal for anyone just starting out or recovering from an injury. Hardcore fitness buffs can also benefit from an elliptical machine as it offers a great cross-training option, when the weather isn't cooperating or when you need a low-impact workout on your recovery day.

What features should I look for in an elliptical machine?

Whether you're new to exercise or a fitness veteran, there are some important features to consider when purchasing an elliptical machine.

Ergonomics

Ergonomics refers to the fit and feel of the machine. When standing on the machine your body position should be natural. Your feet should be close together, your back should be straight, the handles should be easy to reach, and the movement should feel smooth throughout your stride.

Cross training

If you're looking for a full-body cardio workout, consider a cross-trainer-style elliptical machine. These machines have moving handles that let you to work your upper body along with your lower body, allowing you exercise your glutes, quads, hamstrings, shoulders, upper back, and chest.

Controls and range of programming

Intuitive controls help you start up quickly and make adjustments on the fly. Look for a machine that offers a wide variety of exercise program options. This add variety to your workouts to combat boredom and also lets you adjust the intensity of your workouts as your fitness level increases.

Heart-rate monitor

A heart-rate monitor helps reach your fitness potential while avoiding overexertion. It lets you know how hard you're working and makes it easy to figure out if you're exercising at the right intensity.

Durability and safety

Elliptical machines have lots of moving parts, so robust construction will be more stable and longer lasting. For safety consider a pedal arm safety pin that locks the pedals in position when the machine is not in use. This is especially good for those with curious kids.

Console gadgets

Let's face it, exercising can be tedious. But, if you're entertained while you exercise you're more likely to stick with it. If you're unable to place an elliptical near a TV or computer, consider a machine that has a built-in TV, iPod dock, or even just a book stand, which allows you to read while working out or place a tablet on the console.

Want more info? Check out this resource:

Elliptical Buying Guide