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Teeter FreeStep LT1 Recumbent Elliptical Cross Trainer | Review 2020-2021

January 22, 2021 by  
Filed under Elliptical Trainer, Featured Elliptical



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BEST of 2021 Award The Teeter FreeStep Recumbent Cross Trainer is our lowest priced recumbent elliptical cross trainer. The seated cross trainer can be used in your home gym and for fitness enthusiasts of any skill level who want a low impact workout. Recumbent ellipticals are ideal for those with disabilities or mobility problems as it is easier to climb into than upright ellipticals. Many are used for rehab or physical therapy. It is a medium duty machine, capable of handling user weight up to 300 pounds.

The Teeter FreeStep provides an effective cardiovascular workout by combining upper and lower body flexibility and coordination into one impact-free motion and is easier on your joints. Regular use on elliptical trainers will increase heart and lung capacity while improving your health and burning calories. The FreeStep uses variable Magnetic Brake Resistance, which can be changed by the turn of a knob. Magnetic resistance has the advantage of no friction, reliability, little to no maintenance costs, and quiet operation. Static & moving handlebars provide for a full cross training workout. Muscle targeting – by isolating legs or arms, or you can re-position the handles to target your biceps, triceps and back muscles. Track your time, distance, speed and calorie-burn on the battery-powered LCD console. You can choose 3 recline positions and multiple height settings for the perfect fit. …More…

Maximum User Weight Capacity Limit: 300 lbs.

Teeter FreeStep (LT3) Recumbent Elliptical Cross Trainer | Review 2021

January 2, 2021 by  
Filed under Elliptical Trainer, Featured Elliptical



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BEST of 2021 Award The Teeter FreeStep LT3 Recumbent Cross Trainer is the upgraded version of the popular LT1 model. The seated cross trainer can be used in your home gym and for fitness enthusiasts of any skill level who want a low impact workout. Recumbent ellipticals are ideal for those with disabilities or mobility problems as it is easier to climb into than upright ellipticals. Many are used for rehab or physical therapy. It is a medium duty machine, capable of handling user weight up to 300 pounds.

The Teeter FreeStep provides an effective cardiovascular workout by combining upper and lower body flexibility and coordination into one impact-free motion and is easier on your joints. Regular use on elliptical trainers will increase heart and lung capacity while improving your health and burning calories. The FreeStep uses variable Magnetic Brake Resistance, which can be changed by the turn of a knob. Magnetic resistance has the advantage of no friction, reliability, little to no maintenance costs, and quiet operation. Static & moving handlebars provide for a full cross training workout. Muscle targeting – by isolating legs or arms, or you can re-position the handles to target your biceps, triceps and back muscles. Track your time, distance, speed and calorie-burn on the battery-powered LCD console. You can choose 3 recline positions and multiple height settings for the perfect fit. …More…

Maximum User Weight Capacity Limit: 300 lbs.