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Body Champ Cardio Dual Trainer - A Great Budget Elliptical Trainer

Updated on August 26, 2011

A quality elliptical trainer with the price of a cheap elliptical trainer - that sums up the Body Champ BRM3671 Cardio Dual Trainer. If your new year’s resolution calls for losing weight and getting in shape, get the Body Champ Cardio Dual Trainer machine. The Body Champ trianer is both an elliptical trainer and a stationary bike.

For the price of a few months in the gym, you can own your own machine and work out in the privacy of your own home. Best of all, the two-in-one design allows you to use it as an elliptical trainer or a stationary bike, giving you even more bang for your buck. This unique design also means that the exercise machine will take up half the space of 2 separate machines. If you have limited space for workout equipment, this is a great option, even in a small apartment. If your home workout room also doubles as your study - you need the Body Champer Cardio Dual Trainer.

The programmable LCD console on the elliptical trainer features over 10 preset workout programs, heart-rate-driven programs, and user-customizable programs. This is perfect for tracking your progress on your goals. As your stamina improves and you reach your milestones, you can keep pushing yourself to new limits.

The unintimidating trainer is also super sturdy and well made, with a maximum weight of 275 pounds. However, most users are in agreement that the trainer works best for users less than 225 pounds. With a stride length of 14 inches, it also seems to best fit users under 6’, as an elliptical. Assembly up of the machine, while not complicated, could go better with two people. Expect to spend about one to two hours putting the trainer together. The manufacturer, Body Flex Sports, warrants the Body Champ BRM3671 Dual Cardio Trainer for one year for the frame and 90 days on all parts.

There are other elliptical machines on the market with more bells and whistles, but you can not beat the price of the Body Champ. If you are looking for a cheap elliptical trainer or stationary bike, this is a great choice. Save your money on a gym membership and work out at home with the Body Champ BRM361 Cardio Dual Trainer. There are a lot of reasons to consider an elliptical trainer or a stationary bike over a treadmill. The most popular reason is that an elliptical trainer is much easier on our knees and joints.

Whatever equipment you decide on for your home gym, good luck to you! Stick with your training and stay motivated.


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