AtHomeFitness.com Adds ElliptiGO To Online Inventory

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The ElliptiGO bike, which combines running and cycling into one machine, is now available at the AtHomeFitness.com online store.

Created by a former Ironman triathlete and cyclist looking for a workout alternative after suffering from knee and hip injuries, the ElliptiGO offers a low-impact workout with high-output results. Due to the popularity and growing demand for the ElliptiGO machine, AtHomeFitness.com has decided to include the machine in its online inventory of exercise machines for sale.

“We think the ElliptiGO is a good addition to our online inventory of exercise machines for sale,” said Greg Feeder, Owner. “We believe the ElliptiGO fits in nicely with our current inventory, as it fulfills our standards for quality and effectiveness.”

AtHomeFitness.com prides itself in offering only high-quality machines while still remaining reasonably priced. The ElliptiGO, for example, costs between $2,000 and $2,500. Yet, it is endorsed by an impressive group of people, including ultramarathoner Dean Karnazes, running coach Jenny Hadfield, 2009 USATF Runner of the Year Men ages 50-54 and inventor Dr. Mike Leahy.

“We were very much impressed by the testimonials of those who have used the ElliptiGO as well as by the innovative design,” said Feeder. “For those reasons, we felt it was important to offer this new product to our customers.”

Available in green, blue and black, the ElliptiGO weighs in at just 40 pounds and is capable of reaching speeds of up to 15 to 25 mph. The exercise machine, which looks and rides in a way similar to that of a bicycle, features eight shifting speeds. Through the unique design, the ElliptiGO uses the rider’s own body weight to create torque without causing injury through repeated impact.

To learn more about the ElliptiGO, visit the ElliptiGO page at AtHomeFitness.com here: http://www.athomefitness.com/ElliptiGO-p-1-c-570.html.

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