Trading in your old, broken down, or neglected fitness equipment is a great way to rid your home of clutter and reduce the net cost of a new treadmill, elliptical trainer, or stationary bike. And thanks to Push Pedal Pull’s Trade-in Program, the process of getting the most value possible for your unwanted exercise machines is faster, easier, and more convenient than ever—especially if you follow these 5 simple tips before contacting us.
A vast majority of the home fitness equipment currently on the market is designed for use by able-bodied individuals who have excellent balance and enjoy full range of motion in all joints and limbs. It’s rare to find an affordable product targeted to home users that are injured, elderly, or disabled. While this might make good business sense for manufacturers, it does leave a sizable segment of potential customers out in the cold.
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 a special bonus 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.
Buying used fitness equipment can be a terrific way to build your home gym on a limited budget. Because of the rate at which many commercial fitness centers purchase new equipment to attract and retain members, savvy shoppers can always find a huge selection of used machines with plenty of quality years left in them. The key is to know where to look and what questions to ask before handing over your cash. Toward that end, here are Push Pedal Pull’s essential tips for buying the best used fitness equipment available:
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Most fitness fanatics are of two minds when it comes to indoor cardio workouts. On the one hand, exercising indoors is safer and more convenient than having to deal with inclement weather or traffic dangers that can interfere with outdoor workouts. On the other hand, some people greatly dislike the unchanging landscape that one encounters when using a stationary bike at home or in a gym.
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.