Some fitness equipment companies talk about the
weight of their flywheel as though it were the most important part of
the elliptical trainer. But a heavy flywheel can actually make it more
difficult to use, and create an rough pedaling motion. Instead, we
focus on the kinetic energy at the foot pedal. Taking into account the
flywheel weight, pulley diameters, belt length, belt tension, foot pedal
angle, and stride length we have developed the perfect formula to
assure the smoothest start and finish during each elliptical motion. The
best way to feel the right kinetic energy is to get on a Spirit Fitness
elliptical trainer and give it a workout.
Adjustable Foot Pedals
Our foot pedal has three different adjustment angles.
Simply pull the handle on the back of the foot pedal and adjust from
zero to five to ten degrees. This will allow you to find the most
comfortable position for your gait pattern. This exclusive feature is
found on our XE295 and XE395 elliptical trainers.
Two Inch Q-Factor
All Spirit Fitness elliptical trainers come with a
two inch Q-Factor. The Q-Factor is the distance between the inside of
the pedals. By minimizing the space between the inside of the pedals,
your body will be in a more ergonomically correct position as you
workout. This positioning also makes the motion closer to that of
The Two-Degree Difference
Spirit Fitness elliptical trainers have an integrated
two-degree inward tilt to make your workout more comfortable. This
exclusive design puts you in a more ergonomically correct position. Two
degrees may not sound like much, but this is an example of where the
spirit of innovation makes for a better workout experience. This small
but critical detail is only one example of what separates the Spirit
Fitness elliptical trainers from their competitors.