Treat yourself to the smooth total-body workout you deserve with the Xterra Fitness FS150 Elliptical. The FS150 features a reliable belt-driven system that remains maintenance free and synchronizes your body movements. The advanced 3.7 inch console tracks a number of variables, and can access 23 programs with 24 levels of resistance to easily conform to any workout plan. Built-in speakers and an audio jack allow for full control over your exercise, while pulse grips monitor heart rate at all times. Comes with a plug-in adaptor and wheels for easy transport.
|Footprint (in.):||50" L x 23" W x 64" H|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||81 lbs.|
|User Weight Capacity (lbs.):||265 lbs.|
|Carton Dimensions:||41" L x 13" W x 18" H|
|Shipping Weight (lbs.):||91 lbs.|
|Heart Rate Monitoring:||Dual heart rate sensors on stationary bars|
|Programs:||23: 12 preset, 4 user, 5 heart rate, 1 manual, 1 body fat|
|Audio System:||Built-in speakers (MP3 Compatible)|
|Console Display:||Large blue backlit LCD|
|Display Feedback:||Time, speed, distance, calories, RPM, pulse, recovery|
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Ellipticals are an easy to use, low-impact method of increasing your aerobic fitness while giving you a chance to exercise each muscle in your body. Exercising on an elliptical provides a comprehensive cardio-respiratory workout that can also strengthen your muscles and condition your body while burning off excess calories and increasing your bone density.
The dual-action movements of the pedals and handlebars —both forward and reverse— allow you to work out your upper and lower body simultaneously for maximum benefits. The built in programs offer a variety of options for your workouts to target specific muscle groups, ensuring you always work out the way you want.
XTERRA Fitness ellipticals are designed to be biomechanically correct. The gap between the inside of the pedals is called the Q-Factor and is kept at two inches. In addition to the 2° inward tilt of the pedals this helps ensure your body is in an ergonomically correct position that more closely mimics the natural motion of proper walking or running.