The Lifecore VST-V6 elliptical is a Variable Stride Trainer with a manually adjustable 18" to 26" stride and comfortably placed upper body workout arms for total body conditioning.
The large blue-backlit LCD console display shows feedback for speed, time, distance, watts, calories burned, and pulse. The 12 workout programs include 5 Heart Rate Programs: Target, Cardio 80%, Fat Burn 65%, HR Hill, & HR Interval/Polar Comp.
The full specs on the Lifecore VST-V6 elliptical are:
UPDATE: As of 2016 it appears that Lifecore Fitness is no longer making elliptical machines, choosing to focus on their exercise bikes and rowing machines instead.
The Lifecore VST-V6 elliptical offers an exceptional way to achieve real heart pounding, lung pumping cardio activity without breaking the bank by buying a light commercial unit.
This model features a heavy duty 18-lb flywheel and sealed ball bearings, a 325-lb max user weight capacity, a narrow 2-inch pedal spacing for comfortable striding, and contact heart rate sensors on the handlebars.
The 18" - 26" variable stride length gives you the means to walk, step, or jog all on the same machine. This feature, along with the 16 levels of smooth Magnetic Resistance, lets you target different muscle groups using a variety of stepping motions.
With 12 challenging programs and 4 user profiles, everyone in the household can take advantage of the advanced workout features on the Lifecore VST-V6.
If you’ve read many reviews on Lifecore products, you have discovered that most owners are happy with their equipment purchases. From the low 8-inch step-on height to the compact footprints, solid frame construction, and unbelievable quiet operation, users have general given good marks about these ellipticals.
These are heavy machines so be prepared that it is a 2-man assembly and move, but once installed in your home, you’ll enjoy club quality performance.
The front drive Lifecore VST-V6 elliptical is a nice machine that delivers a fluid workout you can look forward to every day.
The downside is that the price tag at $2,299 is high, especially when you consider you can buy a Precor or another leading high end brand at this price.
If you can get it on sale, the V6 might make sense, but above $2200, we recommend you go with something from Precor, Octane, or Sole for the best value.
UPDATE: New Year's Elliptical Sales are on!
Here is your chance to rant or rave about the elliptical you use at home or at the fitness center.