Ironman CDT Elliptical

The innovative Ironman CDT elliptical trainer is named for its center drive technology. It was among the first elliptical machines to go beyond the front drive/rear drive dichotomy and try something else entirely. Advantages of center drive machines include an especially compact footprint and a design that helps keep trainees comfortable and well-balanced. This trainer […]

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Ironman 420E Elliptical

Ironman 420E Elliptical – High Quality at a Low Price The Ironman 420E elliptical trainer by Keys Fitness is a rare find: a high-quality trainer that sells for a low price. It has a smooth 16” stride, reverse motion for extra muscle sculpting, and a selection of heart rate workouts. Good indicators of the Ironman’s […]

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Ironman 250E Elliptical

The low-priced Ironman 250E Elliptical by Keys Fitness has been discontinued but can be found online for about $600. It features a durable rear drive design, solid construction and a few perks that are unusual for low-priced crosstrainers. This model is worth considering if you can accept a 14” stride. Otherwise, check out some of […]

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Ironman 130E Elliptical

Ironman 130E Elliptical – A Basic Trainer for Beginners The 130E elliptical machine was once Ironman’s main entry-level offer. This manual elliptical trainer is compact, stripped-down and very inexpensive. It’s now discontinued but can be found for sale online. The MSRP is about $350. Customers compromise on many features when they choose this trainer. Still, […]

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Ironman Achiever Elliptical

Boasting an uncommon center-drive technology, the sturdy Ironman Achiever elliptical trainer positions trainees for comfortable cardio workouts. Rear-drive and front-drive elliptical machines, in contrast, sometimes require an uncomfortable balancing act. With its 21” stride, this elliptical model is ideal for adults of average or above-average height. Other top features of the Achiever include heart rate […]

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