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Stamina In-Motion Elliptical Trainer

by Stamina
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List Price: $200.00
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  • Adjustable tension to control workout intensity level
  • The foot pedals can be worked in a forward or reverse direction to target your lower body in different ways
  • Electronic fitness monitor displays number of strides per minute, total number of strides, exercise time, and calories burned or scan all stats
  • Sturdy steel construction, non-slip pedals
  • Footprint: 24 x 17.5 (inches)
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Product Description

Economical and effective elliptical trainer works to enhance your lower-body and cardio workout Adjustable tension lets you vary workout intensity and change your routine as your fitness improves Increased stability and safety via included handle Included electronic fitness monitor displays strides per minute, total strides, exercise time, and calories burned Small 20L- x 12W-inch footprint Steel frame and oversized non-slip pedals Some assembly required Weight capacity: 250 lbs. Dimensions: 26.75L x 18.75 x 49.5H inches Manufacturer's warranty included (see product guarantee) About Stamina Products, Inc. Founded in 1987, Stamina is dedicated to building a stronger, healthier you. The company supplies high-quality products at excellent value to the fitness and leisure markets, showcasing hundreds of products around the world over the past two decades. Stamina is responsible for such brands as Body by Jake, Suzanne Somers, Tony Little, and more. Their mission is straightforward and admirable: Stamina strives to outperform the competition by maintaining effective communication, consistent quality, and superior service. They will continue to pursue perfection through the design excellence of these home fitness products. Fully adjustable tension for varied workouts. Forward or reverse foot pedals for more motion. Electronic monitor to track your progress. Dimensions: 26.75L x 18.75 x 49.5H inches. Manufacturer's warranty included (see product guarantee).

Product Details

Stamina In-Motion Elliptical Trainer Assembly Manual [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 24 x 15 x 13 inches ; 37 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 37 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00AQ7ZNEA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,208 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #847 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Then it started to make a loud clunk, clunk sound.
BJM
You work up and pretty good sweat and get a good cardio workout the faster you go even when sitting and you can increase the tension, which is a very nice plus.
Just a WAHM
I love how little space it takes up, I can keep it in my living room and just move it when I want to use it.
Anna

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631 of 647 people found the following review helpful By N. Katz on August 29, 2008
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I bought this mini-elliptical after reading all the reviews on this and other similar products. I bought this item for three main reasons:
1 - Low price
2 - Small size
3 - Portability
I like the elliptical movement because I have bad ankles, and treadmills and steppers hurt me after a short time working out. I don't have room for a full-size elliptical machine in my house, and this turned out to be the perfect size. Plus, it's small size made it easy to move around the house to be where I wanted to use it. I like to work out while watching TV to keep my mind elsewhere and work out longer, and I can pull this machine (about 25lbs) in front of the TV in the living room to watch TV with family (yes, they laugh at me, but it's worth it), and then pull in front of my bed in the bedroom to watch a chick flick that no one else wants to watch. I even put my elliptical in front of my computer to watch Netflix movies online! It's easy to carry around.
Another great thing is that, because it's small, it is MUCH cheaper than a regular elliptical machine so, even it it only lasts a year or two, I can buy another one and still have not even come close to half the money I would have spent on a regular machine.
Sure, it doesn't have the arm movement, but I find that no handles makes me work my core by staying balanced (really not very difficult, haven't ever fallen in the 2 months I've had it), and I can even carry small weights to really work my arms while I'm doing the cardio workout of the elliptical.
I like the computer that tells you how long you've worked out, how many steps you've taken, and how many calories you've burned. Simple and straightforward. Another great feature: it's incredibly quiet to use!
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661 of 690 people found the following review helpful By sgme on March 8, 2008
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
This is a fairly compact, noiseless and easy-to-assemble machine and it does its job.

The counter is placed out of the way, between your ankles, so you don't have to stare at it while exercising (unless you exercise while staring at your ankles) which to me is a plus. Also, the counter only accounts for the actual time you spend exercising, so if you go get a drink of water and return, it self-pauses, which is cool.

The machine does occasionally rock slightly from side-to-side during use which I'd imagine could cause injury. Also, the machine doesn't glide easily during strides as it does on a regular elliptical; it occasionally jolts. This can be jarring, especially if you're not used to the unusually short strides on this machine. I recommend using this while you have something to stabilize yourself if this happens (I use it in a doorway)

Not the best machine out there, but it's certainly affordable and easy to use, a great purchase for a small space or for someone who wants to be able to stow away exercise equipment easily.
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442 of 461 people found the following review helpful By jneeni on October 8, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
Normally, I take reviews with a grain of salt. I work in advertising, so I'm well aware that companies often hire freelancers to write positive reviews for their products in order to improve sales. That said, I figured I would write an honest review after using this elliptical trainer for about half-a-month.

I received the trainer on about the 20th of September and have been using it at least every other day since. It was extremely easy to piece together (I have put together a Bowflex Treadclimber in the past, as well as a StairMaster so this was practically nothing at five parts) and even easier to use. However, the stride IS significantly shorter than that of a standard health club elliptical--after about ten minutes of using the trainer, though, I didn't even notice the short stride.

I bought the trainer as an alternative to running or biking outside since the cold weather is settling in and I wanted no excuses when it came to maintaining some sort of exercise regimen. I must say that I absolutely love this little machine.

PROS:
~ Provides a good workout for your money spent, with a fair range of resistance level, and the lack of handles forces you to engage your core muscles to maintain your balance.
~ Lightweight, easy to move and provides a more productive way to watch TV than sitting on the couch or snacking.
~ Allows for both forward and backward movements, providing a small amount of variety to an otherwise monotonous routine. (Let's face it. It's boring to use a machine for most of us out there.)
~ Easy to assemble, moderately affordable in comparison to larger, higher-quality gym machines, virtually silent in operation.
~ Good for apartments - I live on the second floor and my neighbors have never heard me.
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93 of 98 people found the following review helpful By Fiction Lover on March 23, 2012
Color Name: Black
I read through every description and review I could find before I bought this because I wanted to know if I could use it at my desk while sitting and working. Nothing really answered that, so I got in anyway. And now, it is clear that this thing is the missing link in my fitness program. I'm basically sedentary for 8 hours a day at work. Not anymore. I did 14 miles on it yesterday and am up to 12 miles today, and it is only 11am.

Here's the deal: Sit down at your desk with your knees bent and feet flat on the ground. If your feet aren't flat on the ground, lower your chair until they are. Now measure the distance between your knee and the desk (measure to the bottom of the workspace area, to see how much distance you have before your knees knock up against the desk when you lift them). If you measured 7 inches or more, you are fine and can get this thing with no problem. If you measured less than seven inches, take off your shoes and try again. When I took off my shoes, I had a seven inch gap. Generally, the highest your knees will go is 27.5 inches from the ground. My desk is 28 inches from floor to the bottom panel of the workstation, so I never knock my knees.

Assembly is easy, the machine does not rock at all if you assemble it correctly. The instructions tell you to turn the machine around if you are using it under your desk, and that is correct. Resistance can be adjusted easily with a dial, and there is a meter that scans through distance in miles, time used, calories burned, etc, while you work out. It shuts off automatically. You can even pedal backwards to vary the workout. You can move your chair close or farther from the machine as well.

Some considerations:

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