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- Compact, lightweight elliptical trainer for the home or office
- Foot-pedal-only chassis fits handily under a desk or in a closet
- Low-impact design protects back, knees, hips, and ankles
- Electronic monitor tracks strides, exercise time, and calories
- Sturdy steel construction; non-slip pedals; Assembly required
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Stamina InMotion Elliptical Trainer
Because the Stamina InMotion Elliptical Trainer can be used sitting, standing or by pedaling in reverse-motion, it’s easy to get the versatile, convenient workout you desire. Whether you’re watching television, reading a book or working at the office, this elliptical trainer can go wherever you go. Plus, you can track your progress with the multi-functional fitness monitor, which tracks workout time, strides per minute, total strides and calories burned.
Use Sitting or Standing
In the standing position, you’ll engage your core as you remain balanced on the elliptical, which in turn will burn more calories. In the sitting position, you’ll solely target your lower body.
Multi-functional Fitness Monitor
Because the multi-functional fitness monitor tracks your progress, you’ll be further motivated to keep pedaling. It also has a scan function so that you can see all your workout stats periodically.
Control the intensity of your workout by simply adjusting the tension knob. Even more, the resistance is quiet so that you can do other things.
No matter how you use the elliptical, the textured surface of the pedals will secure your feet so you can pedal as hard and fast as you want.
Forward or Reverse Motion
Varying the direction of your pedaling will target different muscles in your legs and glutes. Plus, sometimes it’s nice to change it up.
Three Color Options
Want to express your vibrant personality? If so, we have lime green and bright orange options so that you can stride and pedal in style.
Top Customer Reviews
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!Read more ›
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.
~ 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.Read more ›
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.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
So far it's great! Easy to set up, all tools needed included. Don't have the space for a big excercise machine so this works perfectly. Read morePublished 17 hours ago by DLP
Works well and was once not too tricky to gather. It developed as slight knock no longer long after the first few uses, nevertheless it hasn't affected the perform. Read morePublished 18 hours ago by suzy schwein
My legs went from Hot to not and back to hot with this! I never thought that a desk job would make my legs melt, but it did. So I got me this to get my legs back. Weeks. Read morePublished 1 day ago by G. Fowler
At first I really loved it and I'd still like to say that nothing has changed, but after about 6 months of daily use it has developed a very loud squeek on one side that makes it... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Michael Sawyers
I LOVE this machine!
I use it at work to keep active doing something. Because I try to be standing on it all day my feet start to hurt a bit.... Read more
I purchased this for my rehab.I had a broken hip and a broken femor. This is the perfect mobility trainer. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Kathy Kuder