October 03, 2011 at 10:45 AM EDT
Expensive and Affordable: Best Elliptical Machines on the Market Now Revealed
News Source: WiredPRNews.com
Ocala, FL (WiredPRNews.com) The best elliptical machines continue to prove the most expensive while the most affordable elliptical machines often lack in features or long term dependability. This is what many confused consumers think about as they peruse and compare cardio workout machines and it counts as one of the reasons as to why so many people have a hard time deciding. Amy Fox, who is an independent expert and user of elliptical machines, realized this and back in November 2010, and decided to create a blog so consumers can have a single and solid resource for reading unbiased elliptical machine reviews and buying the best elliptical models available on the market today.

The blog is called Best Elliptical Machine Reviews and it covers all of Amy's personal picks. This means that she tried these products personally so she can better connect with the readers. Amy goes on to share her personal experience in one of her entries by saying, "One of the reasons why I emphasize the use of elliptical workout machines is that anyone can burn a lot of fat and calories with minimal effort."

Amy opened her first entry with highlights of the best Bowflex home gyms for 2011. Although Amy knows that Bowflex doesn't manufacture elliptical machines, she decided to cover these machines anyway since treadmills and other workout machines have been around much longer. She is also knows that some people still prefer treadmills over elliptical machines because they need more impact which can help strengthen their bones. Bowflex is still one of the most popular brands today and people still have trouble in choosing the best model for their budget. Amy not only gives her top suggestion but also gives some elliptical machine reviews.

Most of the best elliptical machines covered in the blog target all audiences. People that have a lot of money to spare can always go for Amy's top recommendation while others that have less than $2,000 can go for a budget model which Amy also recommends for that price point. The entries clearly describe each of the best elliptical machines and highlight some of the missing features for those that want to spend less. One of the entries even cover some of the best elliptical machines that cost under $800. Amy is also honest enough to recommend people to consider any elliptical machines costing more than $1,000 so they can enjoy more.

People that already own any of the best elliptical models can read one of Amy's entries in the blog that reveals some useful workout tips and routines for making the most out of their workout machines. She analyzes some of her favorite exercising techniques and even plots them in a graph for an easy representation. Entries like this also help treadmill users realize some of the benefits of elliptical machines over treadmills such as increased efficiency in losing fat and weight.

The Best Elliptical Machine Reviews blog was updated this September 2011 which should hint future entries to come from the fitness expert. All of the older entries continue to be available on the blog and no registration is necessary to see the content. There is also a subscribe feature that can be used with any RSS feed reader so any new updates for best elliptical machines immediately show up on your feed reader. Comments and feedback are encouraged and monitored so consumers can get relevant and real reviews on the best elliptical trainers on the market News Source: http://www.WiredPRNews.com - Press Release Distribution
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