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Cardio Zone Elliptical Trainers


CardioZone makes a number of similar elliptical trainers, falling into the lower price range than the Nautilus or Octane brands. They have four types of trainers, and each one is suited to different workouts and user needs.

The stride matches the users and is almost impact free, which is especially important to people with knee problems. The Cardio Zone is quiet because it's so smooth.

The Cardio Zone Club E is the peak elliptical trainer of the series, designed for an intense workout. It is self-powered by an electromagnetic generator with forward and reverse. It consistently keeps track of your heart rate with handle sensors, and then adjusts the settings so that optimal heart rate and fat burning are consistently kept up through the workout. There are five different set programs in addition to the manual setting. The cost is approximately $1195.

The mid-range CardioZone Elite E has a heavier-duty frame and is suited for constant use in a gym or club environment. It has bigger foot platforms, an advanced display screen, and a magnetic drive system that doesn't need a battery or plug. Like the Club E, it has a long range of motion and is both quiet and smooth. It retails for about $795.

The CardioZone Pro E costs approximately $445 - a fraction of the price of other elliptical systems. It is a very basic model and lacks the advanced features of higher end models, but for a beginner looking for a low impact workout it is a good choice. It has magnetic resistance and a manual tension adjustment.

Finally, the CardioZone Gold E is the least expensive model that CardioZone makes, and at about $298 it's a very simple model. It is smaller than the other models, and has a steel frame. It doesn't offer many of the same display features or quick workout adjustments. This model would be best suited to a beginner who needs a low impact workout and doesn't need to monitor heart rate or workout progress.

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