11 Haziran 2016 Cumartesi

The Sole E20 Elliptical


Introducing the newest member to the SOLE Elliptical family, the SOLE E20 Elliptical was designed to meet your needs and your budget and has all the features you need to meet fitness goals and look good while doing it. Maximize your time and effort by getting a total body workout that is easy on your joints for incredible results that you will absolutely love.
There’s much attention to detail incorporated in the trainer’s design for your safety and comfort. You’ll enjoy a smooth and natural workout with it's long stride length and whisper quiet drive system. There’s no danger of stress and strain either as oversized foot pedals with 2 degrees inward slope maintain your body's natural motion and reduce impact to the joints and muscles while large foot beds deliver optimal user comfort. The combination of a heavy 21 pound flywheel and a high gear ratio means you get an extremely smooth feel with 16 levels of resistance for a challenging workout. If that’s not enough, the SOLE E20 Elliptical also has a power incline feature which offers additional resistance as well as variable positions for diversity in your workout. Simply press the incline button to adjust the ramp angle from a level plane up to 20 different levels, allowing you to individually target and work major lower body muscle groups. The SOLE E20 Elliptical can monitor HR with any standard wireless chest strap or a user can take advantage of the built-in pulse grips as well.
Additional features like the easy-to-use electronic console with a back-lit LCD display lets you track your progress and get readings while a built-in cooling fan and water bottle holder keep you fresh even while training intensively. Add more rhythm to your workout by hooking up any apple or MP3 player listening devices into the console with built in speakers for easy listening.
From total body to high intensity, the SOLE E20 Elliptical has you pushing the envelope and developing your body from the inside out with a great cardio workout on an extremely ergonomic and economic machine.

Elliptical Workouts


Beginner: If you're new to the elliptical machine — or working out in general — try this beginning elliptical workout. It uses all the different features of the machine, which gives you an idea of what it can do. By pedaling forward, you work your quads, and going backward targets the hamstrings and booty. Focus on pushing the handles to tone your chest, while pulling the handles will work your upper back. Challenge your core stability by letting go of the handles while keeping your pace steady.
Start strong, finish strong: This beginner-friendly hour-long elliptical workout varies speed and incline for an effective workout.
Booty workout: Target glutes and hamstrings by playing with the incline on the elliptical. This elliptical booty workout will help you tone your backside while also getting a good cardio workout. Target your glutes by focusing on keeping your heels down while on the machine.
Core workout: To work your core while on the elliptical, just let go. Not using the handles in this elliptical core workout helps engage all the muscles of your core as you work harder to stay balanced on the machine. The faster you can go, the more you'll work your core in this.
Just like the treadmill: For times when you can't find an empty treadmill at the gym, try this elliptical treadmill workout. The workout comes close to mimicking what running on a treadmill feels like and may even help even out your stride. To really feel like you're on a treadmill, don't hold onto the handles; keep your arms in a running position.
Two-machine workout: Or if the idea of the treadmill bores you, get a fun workout on the other cardio machines at your gym. This stationary bike and elliptical workout will leave you sweaty without the run.
Short on time: When you don't have a lot of time, try this short interval elliptical workout. It's only 22 minutes long (including warmup and cooldown) and features really short and effective intervals. Using quick intervals makes the workout intense and is great for burning calories.
Shorter intervals: One way to push the interval envelope is to decrease the amount of rest time between your bouts of sprinting. By shortening your recovery time, you're pushing your anaerobic threshold and strengthening your cardiovascular system. Sound good? Then try this elliptical interval shrinking recovery workout.

Total body: This 30-minute elliptical workout targets your entire body while also getting your heart rate up.