The Biggest Loser’s StreetStrider Elliptical Workout

by Megan on November 8, 2009

It seems we may soon have a new fitness trend on our hands, the StreetStrider. Recently featured on The Biggest Loser, the exercise machine is a mix between a bicycle and an elliptical. It may see pretty complicated to ride, but it sure looks like fun once you’ve mastered it; part cycling, part skiing, part jogging.

The StreetStrider offers a pretty great cardio workout and high-calorie burn rate; The Biggest Loser contestants recorded between 700 and 1 000 calories burned per hour. But it’s not only great for getting your heart rate up, the muscles groups targeted to get  the machine moving include those in your arms, legs, back as well as your core.

Described as the mobile elliptical, the StreetStrider comes with a pretty big price tag: $1 999.

Celeb Diet Doc…
Looks like fun!

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megan jerzyk July 21, 2010 at 3:48 am

bike arrived in broken box-parts missing-no assembly instructions. company says still working on instructions! bike comes in many pieces-very heavy. had to haul to bike shop and pay more to get it together..not sure of quality of this machine

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Andy from BR September 19, 2010 at 1:12 pm

Awesome machine. Very effective full body workout in a short period of time. Fun to ride and fun to exercise.

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