Friday, February 15th, 2019

The Bowflex TreadClimber TC10 is one of the Bowflex Line of Treadclimbers that has replaced the Nautilus Mobia which has been discontinued. See our Mobia review here. Many people have been interested in 3-in-1 cardio machines and this is one in a line Bowflex’s Treadclimbers. Be sure and read the reviews, which unfortunately are too few […]

The Smooth Fitness Agile DMT X2 takes Elliptical design to a new level, literally. Dynamic Adjustable Motion alters the elliptical path from a flat stride to an elevated motion, enhancing range, incorporating more muscles and providing a more strenuous workout. An upgrade to the DMT X1, the DMT X2 also adds an iPod docking station […]

This is our third look at Sole Elliptical Trainers. The previously reviewed E95 is considered by many as the overall Best Buy Elliptical for 2009. The E25 is at the bottom end of the spectrum of the four Sole models (E25, E35, E55, E95), but is still a quality piece of equipment priced in the […]

Purchasing an elliptical trainer, treadmill or exercise bike in the under $500 price range can be risky, and often leads to disappointment. We always recommend considering your specific needs and doing enough research to know exactly what you’re getting and what to expect over time. The Eclipse 1100 HR/A features a uncommonly small footprint and […]

The Smooth Fitness CE3.2 is rated a notch below their highly regarded CE7.4 model but still offers plenty of stability, durability and extra features. The heavy duty construction provides a solid health club quality feel, an 18 lb flywheel and a user capacity of 300 lbs. The machine measures 76″ x 26″ x 67″ and […]

The EFX 5.17i is Precor’s entry level elliptical cross-trainer among those that incorporate their innovative CrossRamp technology. Although priced at the low end of the Precor spectrum, this is an expensive piece equipment. It should be considered by those ready to make a true investment in a brand with a reputation as one of the […]

Smooth Fitness is an online-only equipment manufacturer. No middle man means lower prices,  but can also carry inherent risks to the consumer. More on that below. At 83″ x 27″ x 67″ the CE 7.4 Elliptical Trainer is a huge piece of equipment. We suggest measuring your room space before ordering and plan to have […]

As the most advanced entry in the Sole E series, the E95 model is a premium, commercial grade, high-end elliptical trainer. It’s our Best Buy Elliptical for 2009. On the surface, aside from a different colored display,  the E95 looks nearly identical to the E55 model. Other reviewers have criticized this while implying, or stating […]

The first line of promotional copy for this little elliptical is “Forget the gym.” What? That’s a bold and misleading statement. By no means will this device replace working out at a gym or using a more complete and versatile home exercise machine. The foot-pedal only design of the Stamina 55-1610 has distinct disadvantages when […]

Straying temporarily from our recent trend of reviewing inexpensive low-to-mid-level machines, we spotlight this upscale elliptical trainer for those ready for a truly exceptional piece of equipment. This is our first look at Sole, a company that has been producing high quality, inventive fitness equipment for over 20 years. The Sole E55 Elliptical Trainer is […]