An ACE-commissioned study evaluated whether the intensity and energy cost of exercise on an ElliptiGO elliptical bicycle could attain the accepted fitness-industry guidelines for improving cardiorespiratory fitness and body composition.
On days when you can’t ride your ElliptiGO elliptical bicycle outdoors, you can use a stationary trainer to ride your bike inside or on a covered deck or patio.
The ElliptiGO Project, whose mission is to make runners faster through innovation, today announced the launch of their “PR:Initiative” (PR:I) in partnership with ElliptiGO Inc. and McMillan Running.
McMillan Running is a leader in online training programs for runners and Coach Greg McMillan has been called, “one of the best and smartest distance-running coaches in America,” by Amby Burfoot of Runner’s World Magazine.
Since the ElliptiGO workout experience itself is a combination of traditional running and cycling, our training programs for ElliptiGO elliptical bikes combine elements from traditional running and cycling training programs.
In October 2011, the Exercise and Physical Activity Resource Center (EPARC) at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) completed a metabolic testing study to determine and compare the energy cost of riding an ElliptiGO elliptical bike with conventional cycling and running.