Life Fitness Club Series Elliptical Cross-Trainer
|Price:||$7,999.00 + $146.83 shipping|
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- Home version of Life Fitness popular health club cross trainer, total body workout with synchronized upper- and lower-body movement
- 18 Workout programs, seven personalized workouts, a race mode, and goal workouts
- Oversized pedals accommodate feet of all shapes and sizes, change programs without restarting or losing your current workout information
- Polar wireless and life-pulse digital contact heart rate monitoring system wireless chest strap included
- 350-Pound maximum user weight, lifetime warranty on frame
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Get a total body workout with the smooth Club Series elliptical cross-trainer.
Get the most out of your training with the five HeartSync heart-rate controlled workouts, which automatically adjust the resistance based on your heart rate feedback via the Lifepulse digital contact heart rate sensors on the moving arms or via the included Polar® wireless chest strap.
In order to accommodate feet of all shapes and sizes, Life Fitness designed oversized pedals for a one-size-fits-all approach. This helps ensure that no matter how big, small, wide or narrow your feet are, you can still expect the same club-quality experience from this elliptical trainers. These pedals are also optimally spaced to minimize lateral hip shifting that could put stress on your lower back.
The Club Series Elliptical console.
- Manual: Gives you complete freedom to choose your own speed and resistance levels.
- Hill: Challenges you with intervals of multiple hills and valleys with each hill becoming progressively more difficult.
- Random: Includes many different motivating combinations of hills and valleys.
- EZ Incline/Resistance: Slowly and progressively increases resistance so you're less aware of the building demands
- Sport Training: Simulates outdoor training with a rigorous workout that features hundreds of different hills and valleys with a wide range of high and low levels of resistance.
- Around the World: The terrain resembles various regions around the globe.
- Cascades: A two-peak workout in which The intensity levels gradually increase and decrease.
- Foothills: Features rolling hills at a low intensity level
- Kilimanjaro: Intensity levels gradually increase toward one ultimate peak, and then gradually fall.
- Speed Training: Intensity levels quickly alternate between high and low levels to stimulate a typical speed workout.
- Interval Training: Intensity levels rise and fall. The higher levels gradually increase, peak, and then decrease.
It also includes the following HeartSync workouts:
- Fat Burn: A great workout for beginners or for those days when you need a lighter workout. It automatically adjusts resistance to maintain your heart rate at 65 percent of your theoretical maximum.
- Cardio: Maximizes caloric burn and boosts your energy level. It automatically adjusts resistance to maintain your heart rate at 80 percent of your theoretical maximum.
- Heart Rate Hill: An interval workout made up of three hills with each hill becoming progressively more difficult based on your heart rate goals. The first hill is 70 percent of your maximum heart rate (HRMax) and becomes progressively tougher (75 percent HRMax on the second and 80 percent HRMax on the third). The valley is always defined as 65 percent HRMax. It's similar to training for sports activities such as hockey, basketball, and soccer.
- Heart Rate Interval: Climb a series of alternating hills (80 percent HRMax) and valleys (65 percent HRMax). The number of times you climb each hill depends on your fitness level. It's similar to training for endurance activities such as triathlons and running.
- Extreme Heart Rate: Quickly raises and lowers resistance to get your heart rate up to 85 percent HRMax and down to 65 percent HRMax as quickly as possible. It's similar to training for sports activities such as tennis, racquetball, football, and sprinting.
- Frame: 4" x 4" and 3" robotically-welded steel frame
- Pedals: 16" x 7" oversized pedals
- Resistance system: Alternator
- Maximum step-up height: 17 inches
- Electronic readouts: Distance, Speed (mph/kmh), Calories, Level, Time, Heart Rate, METs, Watts
- Display type: Red LEDs
- Workout profile display: 7 x 14 segments
- Workout feedback display: 16-character message center
- Dimensions: 83 x 28 x 61 inches (LxWxH)
- Unit weight: 235 pounds
- Maximum user weight: 350 pounds
Frame - lifetime, parts - three years, labor - one year. The warranty is valid only within the United States.
About the Warranty
This Life Fitness product is intended for home use only. Your warranty will be void if this product is used in a commercial setting.
About Life Fitness
What started as one man's pursuit to improve his own physical condition, eventually turned into a global fitness revolution. That man was Keene P. Dimick, the mastermind behind the legendary Lifecycle® exercise bike. The story of Life Fitness began when two young entrepreneurs, Ray Wilson and Augie Nieto, saw the promise of Dr. Dimick’s invention. Even though it was slightly ahead of its time, they believed the Lifecycle exercise bike could help generations of athletes, trainers, exercisers, and people everywhere live happier, healthier, and more fulfilling lives.
Wilson and Nieto bought the rights to the Lifecycle bike from Dr. Dimick, perfected it, and sold it out of a motor home to health clubs across America. Despite the overwhelming odds and initial unpopularity of the Lifecycle exercise bike, the two passion-filled pioneers turned a two-man operation and a seemingly impossible vision into a prosperous reality. Along the way, they shaped the future of Life Fitness as well as the fitness industry, bringing cardiovascular training into the mainstream and helping ignite the health club boom.
Today, Life Fitness is the global leader in designing and manufacturing a full line of reliable, high quality fitness equipment for commercial and consumer use. It is the number one brand of fitness equipment in health clubs worldwide.
Top Customer Reviews
The Life Fitness Club Series Elliptical is fantastic. Solid as a rock. It has a welded frame and is constructed the same as the professional model and the motion is the same. The difference is in the resistance system. The Life Fitness models in the health club create resistance by using some kind of electric generator that powers the electronics. The resistance on this model feels almost the same but is much quieter. The machine is very quiet all around but it would probably be disturing to others if not in a basement. This model requires plugging it in to an electric outlet. The heart rate sensors in the hand grips work great for me but not for my wife- she uses the wireless chest strap for HR.
The Life Fitness Elliptical shipped by freight and arrived in about a week. A giant 18-wheeler delivered it to the end of my driveway. Make sure you have some help unloading the equipment- it weighs about 300lbs with the packaging. It was a struggle for my wife and me to carry the main part of the machine to the basement because it is awkward and bulky and weighs over 200lbs. It was fairly easy to assemble but it took me close to an hour. The core of the machine is already put together.Read more ›
Now imagine that experience being twice as bad as you remember.
This is about what you should expect if your judgment is poor enough to purchase a Life Fitness product.
And if you do get burned, don't say that nobody warned you.
Today, I tried to purchase replacement parts for an X3 Elliptical. Because my exerciser is seven years old, Life Fitness deems it in their terminology, "End Of Life" and therefore parts can not be guaranteed to be available.
So now I have an elliptical that Life Fitness demanded a $2,860.94 price tag for with an additional charge of $148.40 for local delivery and setup, however once the exerciser reaches the ripe old age of seven, Life Fitness can not be held responsible for any replacement part that you may need. That is a total cost of $3009.34 which if you spread out over the course of seven years is costing you approximately $429.91 a year to own. (How much is a gym membership?) I guess that means when you buy a new machine, you better look it over real well, decide what "might" break on it and then purchase those extra parts and put them in storage for a rainy day.
Another issue that was a little unsettling was the idea that once the rep figured out that the machine was seven years old, it really threw him off. It was as if he never got a call for an elliptical that was actually seven years old. Why do you think that is? Could it be they never last that long?
The retro fit parts I needed that they had in stock weighs less than 14oz. and would fit in a box the size of a softball. I had to ask the customer service rep to repeat himself three times when he told me that UPS Ground shipping would be $28.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The Life Fitness Elliptical trainers are some of the best Elliptical machines every made. Their continued use in the majority of hotel and commercial gyms is a testimony to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sun77
Works fine but bearing in rear need replacing. Matching making an awful sound. Should have spent extra and gotten a new onePublished 9 months ago by Eric Sanders
I found this elliptical used for $1700 from Commercial Fitness Experts which is significantly less than the new price tag of $4300. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Nick Mathis
The model delivered was not the "Life Fitness Club Series Elliptical Cross-Trainer" depicted. It was the older version, the 91xi with a different monitor. Read morePublished on September 2, 2012 by MC
I can't speak enough good things about this particular life fitness club series elliptical cross training machine, but what I can tell you is I've had the opportunity to work out... Read morePublished on October 14, 2011 by mfranklin65
I love this Elliptical I have lost so much weight because of it if you have the money you should invest in onePublished on July 13, 2011 by Pat
We owned 15 Life Fitness ellipticals in our health club. They were the next higher model to this one. They contained a known manufacturers defect. Read morePublished on July 4, 2011 by Peter G