When you need to have a rehab program that requires low-impact, full-body exercise, Lamar Stide Well 4450 is your solution.
This seated quad elliptical proved to be an incredibly easy workout machine for those who needed an easy on and easy off workout machine.
Many other commercial exercise machines on the market do not have the “easy glide” inlet that this machine does, making it a popular choice for medical rehab centers across the country.
In addition to its easy entry and exit, the Stride Well 4450 also has a true elliptical foot motion with a 12-inch stride length.
Stride Well is a recumbent elliptical that also provides a synchronized workout.
The Stride Well 4450 also has over 16 different resistance levels and 9 user programs that range from a manual program to rolling hills, fat burning, and cardio.
Along with a backlit LCD digital monitor that displays information such as distance traveled and calories burned, the Stridewell 4450 also has a maximum user weight of 350 pounds.
The only drawback I found with the Stride Well 4450 was the price, which ranges around $4000 new. So one suggestion would be to look for used fitness equipment remanufacturers.
In fact, some used exercise equipment remanufacturers sell some new items at drastically reduced prices.
Just make sure you’re dealing with a reputable company, give them a call and be sure to talk to their customer service department and ask if they have their own used exercise equipment repair service.
This way you can ensure that if you ever need your Stride Well 4450, you have a place to go for exercise machine repairs.
This Stride Well 4450 proved to be a top notch exercise machine and would make a great addition to any gym or rehab facility.