Elliptical or Treadmill?
Uh oh! It’s a question that’s been asked time and again. Which should I buy – an elliptical or a treadmill? There are advocates for each, with distinct reasons for their choices. Let’s take a look at each.
If you’re the kind of person that always has trouble coming up with holiday gift ideas for yourself or loved ones, you’re in luck. The Push Pedal Pull team has done the legwork for you by selecting a handful of our most popular home fitness products of 2014 and organizing them into this handy Holiday Wish List. Take a look:
Note: This is the final article in our 7-part series intended to give readers a closer look at Precor’s new line of ellipticals and treadmills.
Note: This is Part 2 of a 7-part series intended to give readers a closer look at Precor’s new residential line of state-of-the art ellipticals and treadmills.
The ElliptiGO Outdoor Cross Trainer is an award-winning and revolutionary cardio machine that we proud to offer our customers. Best described as a cross between an elliptical trainer and a bicycle, this device gives you an all-new way to enjoy an intense yet low-impact workout in the great outdoors. Many of our customers say it’s like riding on air!
With a history that dates back more than three decades, Precor has long been one of the most trusted names in the fitness industry. Their exercise machines are widely used in commercial settings, and have a rock solid reputation not only for quality, durability, and longevity, but also for innovation. In fact, Precor's past is peppered with innovative milestones, including the development of the first ergonomically correct rower, the creation of brand new categories of fitness trainers with their Elliptical Fitness Crosstrainers (EFX) and Adaptive Motion Trainers (AMT), and the launch of the Preva Networked Fitness system.
Brand recognition goes a long way toward influencing consumer behavior, and can sometimes weigh more heavily than actual product performance when it comes to purchasing decisions. This is the main reason why so many companies pour millions of dollars into national advertising campaigns while simultaneously skimping on product quality. For them, making the initial sale is all that counts.