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My P.T. Fitness elliptical does not run smoothly ,backwards or forward. It sqeaks and makes clicking sounds ,it is very distracting as well as noisy

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Can I adjust the stride length?


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My Schwinn 430 elliptical makes a clunking noise when pedalling backwards but not forward. What is causing this?


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Are Smooth Fitness elliptical trainers good?


I have never used one; however I will send you a site with a lot of information about them, including customer reviews.

http://www.smoothfitness.com/ellipticals-machines/smooth-ce-80.htm?select_tab=reviews#reviews

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Is it better to get a rear-drive or front-drive elliptical trainer?


To best answer this question for you I have found an excerpt about this topic written by a fitness professional. Read it over and then consider your options.


"The rear-drive elliptical trainers have a more intuitive design," explained the fitness equipment expert. "When you exercise, inherent in this design is the proper biomechanical motion. It's a more natural motion. Most commercial units are the rear-drive type, because it has a floating system with free-rolling bearings. This means there are less mechanics, and less mechanics means less wear and tear. Also, mechanics in the back allow the user to sit forward, maintain the proper posture and, thus, get a better workout."

Our expert went on to describe front-drive ellipticals: "With front-drive elliptical trainers, they have to add extra linkage to make the pedals more comfortable. They also have to use a track, which can break down due to dirt build-up. There are more mechanical components, which need constant maintenance. More mechanics lead to more wear and tear and more noise. These machines tend to lose their smooth feel. The mechanics pushes the user back, making it necessary to lean forward, so the workout is not as effective as you get on a rear-drive model."

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