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Sportop E850P Elliptical

Sportop E850P Elliptical

SKU: Σ-418

670.00 €
510.00 €

The Sportop E850P features a modern design and guarantees top-quality construction with a robust steel frame that provides steady and smooth movement. It offers dynamic training programs, 16 levels of resistance and a comfortable ergonomic exercise position for all users thanks to the ability to adjust the pedals to 3 positions.


Type Magnetic, with electric adjustment Resistance Levels 16 power levels
Stride Length 33 cm User weight (kg) 125
Transmission system Drive Belt Axle (Crank) 3 pieces
Flywheel weight 8 kg Pedals Anti-slip Pedals
Hand Grips Fixed and Moving Display Blue backlight LCD Screen
Data Time, Distance, Speed, Calories, Heart Pulse, RPM, Watts, Recovery Energy saving Yes
Workout Programs 12 Fitness Test 0
User Programs 1 HR Programs 1
Recovery No Body Fat No
USB port No Bluetooth Enabled No
Fan No Media Shelf - Tablet Holder No
Bottle Holder Yes Heart Rate Monitor Contact (grip sensors)
Wireless Pulse Receiver No Additional Features Pedals adjustable in 3 levels, Q-Factor 20cm
Stabilizers Yes Transport Wheels Yes
Product Weight 46 Dimensions 128 x 62 x 156 cm
Certification EN957

Forward Motion 

Reverse Motion 


For killer quads and glutes. For the hip extensors and hamstrings. Using both forward and reverse motions helps to even out the work rate by both anterior and posterior muscles rather than becoming dominant in just one group.
This is the traditional motion we're all used to. And we know the elliptical beats the treadmill when it comes to applying resistance and working the upper body at the same time as the legs. Try it out, it might feel different but that's a good thing. The change of direction one-way to another has a direct impact on the activation of the core. Any change of direction is great to stress the midsection. Want killer pins? Your calves are constantly used on a cross trainer, regardless of forward or reverse motion.
Low impact exercise which offers the movement and benefits of hiking, cross country skiing and biking. It is said the reverse elliptical motion can burn 7% more calories than the forward motion. The upper body push/pull of the cross trainer motion means that your biceps, triceps, traps, back and shoulders are worked together whether you're going forwards or backwards.