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- Reviews (17)
Type of sports: Muscle Relexation
Training Site: Other
Resistance Bands: No
Origin: Mainland China
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This was really easy to set up. In fact, there's no assembly except putting in the cable and putting batteries in the remote.
There are various ways to use this:
*Manual mode. You can set the speed and direction.
*Preset workouts. It will change speed and direction for you every so often.
*Non-electrical. Unplug it or just don't turn it on. In this case it's kind of like a non-electric treadmill. You're moving the foot things with your own power, without any assistance from the device.
I think the non-electrical usage is probably better for shorter workouts or for those who have fairly strong legs already. The manual mode and preset modes are good for using for longer periods of time, since your'e not using as much of your own strength for them and can keep going for a nice, long time without getting overly tired.
I really think this is going to be a great way for me to get some extra movement while I'm at my desk. My heart rate stays around 85 – 93 while using it...elevated but not anywhere near aerobic level.
The movement is limited. You can't have big movement of knees and such under a desk! But the workout it gives me is better than I expected. I can feel it in my legs! (I'm using it as I type this review.) ;)
It's not very loud, regardless of the speed you choose, doesn't take up a lot of space and is lightweight enough to pick up and move to wherever you need it without a problem - indoors or outside. It comes pre-assembled and ready to use straight out of the box. The motion is very smooth and the machine doesn't create a lot of resistance. It's a pleasurable, easy workout.
I have to say that I was a skeptic about the under the desk exercise machines--but now I'm a believer. This elliptical device is so much better than a bicycle. My upper body is not moving around and inhibiting my work at my desk. The elliptical motion is smooth and body movements are confined to muscle areas below my wasit/under my desk.
My favorite feature is the auto modes. It's truly passive exercise. If I am using the manual mode, I can get ultra focused on my work and neglect to pedal on the elliptical. The auto mode ensures that I am continually moving even when my thoughts are somewhere else. This elliptical has a remote. That may not seem like a big deal, but it is when your in auto mode and it's under your desk. I appreciate the fact that I am able to stop and start without having to go under my desk to do so.
To use the machine, you must turn on the power until you see -HA-. Then push the 'start/stop' button once. It will start to peddle backwards. If you want to peddle forward press the 'Direction' button once. You must bring the remote control close enough to the screen of the machine to activate the buttons. When switching back to the start/stop, you must click twice to activite it otherwise it won't start .
When using the machine I noticed the machine worked my feet all the way fo half of my lower leg (above the knee cap). When I was done exercising, I put away the remote control and electrical cable in its component and placed the machine in a dry cold place and away from the sun. I recommend this machine to anyone who needs to improve feet and leg circulation. The machine does make noise but not loud enough that it bothers me.