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Endurance E400 Elliptical Trainer

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Body Solid’s Endurance E400 builds upon the E300 elliptical with adjustable pedals, wireless heart rate monitoring, and exercise programs that especially target heart health. Elliptical Hits: What You Get The Body Solid Endurance E400 scores well in the following areas: Ideal stride –The machine can be adjusted for strides of 17” – 23”, satisfying petite, […]

 

Body Solid’s Endurance E400 builds upon the E300 elliptical with adjustable pedals, wireless heart rate monitoring, and exercise programs that especially target heart health.

Elliptical Hits: What You Get

The Body Solid Endurance E400 scores well in the following areas:

  • Ideal stride –The machine can be adjusted for strides of 17” – 23”, satisfying petite, average, and tall exercisers. Pedals are specially designed to be easy on the hips.
  • Lower pedal height – The low step-up height is easy on the knees.
  • Programs – The Body Solid E400 adds interest to workouts with seven standard workout programs, five heart rate programs, and space for two user-designed programs. Fifteen resistance levels can easily be adjusted mid-program.
  • Upper body exercise – Premium ergonomic handgrips help elliptical users to cross-train.
  • Spacesaving – The E400 was designed with both space-saving and stability in mind.
  • Strong warranty – The Endurance E400 gets a lifetime warranty on the frame, five years on parts, and a year of in-home labor.

Elliptical Errors: What’s Missing

 

  • High-quality flywheel – Body Solid doesn’t advertise the flywheel weight of the E400, nor do they tout its having electromagnetic resistance. Signs point to a relatively light flywheel and mechanical resistance, which is more likely to break down than magnetic resistance.
  • Extras – For the same price, you might find a machine of comparable quality that also includes a speaker system, an incline, and other extras.

Overall Rating for the Body Solid Endurance E400

 

Body Solid’s E400 elliptical is a noticeable step up from the E300. If adjustable pedals and special heart-rate programs are important to you, then the E400 may be worth the extra investment. Still, to get the best value, find out whether comparably-priced machines would offer better resistance and more value. The Sole 95 elliptical, for instance, includes a heavier flywheel, a power incline, and an additional year of in-home service.