FreeMotion Elliptical Machine Reviews
FreeMotion Fitness began in 1999 and is currently part of the ICON Health & Fitness family. Founded on the concept that one-dimensional training doesn’t carry over into a three-dimensional world, FreeMotion aims to be a diverse and customizable brand of elliptical trainers.
FreeMotion have been pioneers within their elliptical line in many ways. They were the first to offer a full circuit of integrated functional strength training equipment. Workouts aren’t just about retaining the same pants size, they are also about means growing stronger and more empowered. They are also the innovators behind Workout TV, the very first cable-access television networked into each elliptical console. Finally, FreeMotion’s EPIC Strength designs provided users with ergonomic fitness machines that improve and increase strength without compromising personal safety.
If you’re looking for a top of the line elliptical, here are a few FreeMotion machines worth trying:
FreeMotion e11.6: The FreeMotion e11.6 elliptical is an advanced machine that transform your workout sessions into some serious training. The elliptical includes 20 different resistance levels, along with various stride adjustments to keep your muscles engaged and challenged. This elliptical also features a 10” full-color touch screen, allowing you to both browse the web while you exercise, as well as connect to iFit to virtually travel to around the globe via Google Maps.
FreeMotion 570: The FreeMotion 570 elliptical is a fully-interactive elliptical machine that keeps users motivated/entertained via blogs, Web programs, radio stations, news sites, and more. Toss in an iFit membership, and you will find yourself pushed even further by celebrity trainer Jillian Michaels through your interactive console. 36 different workout apps are built into the 570 to give you the ultimate workout in both variety and challenge. The adjustable stride length will effectively tone your lower body without sacrificing your upper strength (which receives its own workout via moveable handlebars). Best of all, the machine offers a specially designed toning ramp, which climbs from -10 to 20 degrees.
FreeMotion 510 Rear Drive: The FreeMotion 510 elliptical is the premier rear drive elliptical machine from the FreeMotion brand. It comes with a convenient space saving design (simply fold up the base and pedals to move the machine into storage). The machine is compact yet still incredibly functional thanks to the 30 different workout apps designed for this elliptical’s Power Intensity Ramp. Have you ever pushed to a 30-degree incline? Now you can with the ultimate in rear drive innovation.
- Frame:These are commercially-designed machines, so their frames are strong and truly stand the test of time.
- Ergonomic:With moving handlebars and rotating pedals, you can rest assured that FreeMotion elliptical machines will protect your joints and muscles from injury.
- Interactive Capabilities:An iFit subscription provides an in-depth personal training experience combined with the innovative technology of Google Maps that virtually transports your workout across the globe.
- Warranty:Some of these elliptical machines only carry a 1-year warranty, which is pitiful in this price range.
- Price:The FreeMotion elliptical line doesn’t come cheap. As these are designed for commercial floors as well as home use, so expect to spend upwards of $4,000.
- Assembly:These machines tricky to assemble, so make sure to set aside a full afternoon to set up your elliptical.
FreeMotion is an endearing brand backed by the strong reputation of ICON Health & Fitness. FreeMotion machines ideal for toning, weight loss, and overall strength training, but they also make a less than ideal impact on your wallet.
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