Paradigm Health and Wellness Inc. is, according to their website, a leading supplier when it comes to the fitness, health and wellness industry. Headquartered in Southern California, the company has a number of brands under its umbrella that include Progear Fitness, IronMan Fitness, Exerpeutic, and the newly added Fitness Reality.
While the IronMan range takes care of the premium fitness products, and Progrear the cheaper entry-level units, Exerpeutic (and now Fitness Reality) are gaining popularity for its range of home-use machines.
The Exerpeutic line boasts the latest features at affordable prices that help its users gain better results and improved efficiency in their daily workouts.
The truth is that the brand is not widely known, but have been rising in both popularity and demand over the last couple of years. Their products can be purchased via their official website, on the individual brand websites. They can also be found at places like Target, Walmart, and other retailers.
Almost all of the Exerpeutic ellipticals are budget deals, and worth looking into. Depending on where you’re doing your shopping from, you’ll find different collections of models.
On their official site, you’ll find the Exerpeutic 1304. With 15 resistance levels, action arms and a price tag of only $600, it’s quite the deal, although it does lack any sign of workout programs.
There is the Exerpeutic 650, and a pricier older brother of the 1304. A bit less than $700, this is another great deal and that too with the addition of workout programs and a few other nice additions.
On both models, there is a 3-year limited warranty which is not too bad.
If you’re looking into Amazon, you’ll find some cheaper models which are quite the mouthful- there is the Exerpeutic 1000XI Heavy Duty Magnetic Elliptical with Pulse, which is priced at under $200. That’s as low as ellipticals can get, and it is a primitive model that gets the job done while supporting up to 300 lbs easily. It has an overall rating of 3.5 stars out of 5 on Amazon, which is pretty decent considering how much it costs.
There are also the Exerpeutic 5000 and the Aero Air models out on the market.
If you don’t want to splash the cash and are looking for an entry level elliptical unit with the bare necessities, then Exerpeutic’s range of products are your best friend.