Inexpensive – This is the main selling point of Exerpeutic’s elliptical trainers. As mentioned, if you want to be able to work out in the comfort of your own home on the cheap, then you would struggle to do better than a machine from Exerpeutic.
Minimal Noise – Due to fewer moving parts being used in the manufacturing process, for the simple reason that Exerpeutic’s ellipticals are cheaper and thus less complex, their machines generate less noise than others. However, this isn’t the only reason why their ellipticals are quiet, as the flywheel and V-belt belt drive work in combination and in time with each other to reduce the noise generated.
Resistance – Exerpeutic’s ellipticals may not come with many built-in workout programs, but the company is usually generous when it comes to resistance levels. This allows their models to cater to a wide range of fitness enthusiasts, from the complete fitness novice to athlete.
Short stride – Typically, cheaper ellipticals come with shorter strides, and Exerpeutic’s elliptical trainers are no exception. Therefore, if you’re tall you’re workout experience may not be very comfortable.
Batteries Required – Batteries are usually required to make the computer monitor work, although it’s worth noting that you are able to track a good amount of workout information, such as calories burned, distance, speed, time, scan and target zone heart rate monitoring.
Paradigm Health & Wellness, Inc.
1189 Jellick Ave.
City of Industry, CA 91748 USA
Official Website– www.exerpeuticfitness.com