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Best Elliptical Machines

By Edited May 8, 2014 0 0

Elliptical machines are very popular because they combine the motion of a treadmill and stair exerciser while minimizing the pressure on your joints. If you are thinking of buying one for your home use, this guide will help you pinpoint the best elliptical machines for you.

Of course, the first thing you should think of is your budget. Some models can be very cheap but if you have the money you may want to get one of the more expensive kind since they are more durable and will last a longer time.

Before going out to buy one, measure your space at home. Make sure that you buy a machine that will fit in your space. Wear your exercise clothes and try out the machines before buying. Don't buy the first one that you find; try to look at several different models and go to a few retail stores to see if you can find the best one that is in your budget.

In case you are not able to locate a good machine that is within your budget range, you should wait until you have saved a little bit more. Buying a machine that doesn't fit your needs wouldn't be too helpful in your exercise routine.

The best elliptical machines are those that are made of strong materials and have a smooth movement. When using the machine, motion should not be jerky and the machine should feel very stable and not flimsy.

The range of motion should be a normal stride for you. You shouldn't need to reach too far to make your movements. The handlebars also should be at the right height and position for your height. Check if the incline is adjustable since that makes the exercise harder and more effective.

The slightest resistance setting should be extremely easy for you but you should buy a machine that has a good variety of resistance settings. It should also have warm up and cool down settings. Some models also offer upper body exercise with movable handles.

Choose machines that are quiet and don't make a lot of squeaky or irritating noises.

In conclusion, the best elliptical machines are those that are sturdy, quiet, smooth and have a variety of resistance settings.



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