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Precor 556 Elliptical

$ 1,995.00

Designed for heavy commercial use, the 556 features sturdy construction, synchronized handlebars, Touch Heart Rate, 6 programs, and 20 resistance levels. When running, the human foot follows an elliptical path.  The Precor EFX 546 Elliptical Cross Trainer are the only exercise equipment that matches this elliptical shape with a patented machanism that weds a rear flywheer with a forward foot pedal - creating a smooth, elliptical movement that mimics a natural running motion.


This used 556 elliptical cross trainer comes with adjustable CrossRamp®. The Precor 546 features an adjustable ramp that allows users to change incline and target specific muscle groups. Designed for heavy commercial use, the 556 features sturdy construction, ergonomic handlebars, Touch Heart Rate, 6 programs, and 20 resistance levels. 


Workout Variety - Features a variety of pre-programmed courses and multiple resistance levels, keeping exercise routines fresh and motivating. 


Low Maintenance - Quality components and superior construction promote years of trouble-free use. 


Space-Efficient - Designed to take up minimal floor space while providing exceptional stability-even during vigorous workouts. Easy to move, it fits through most standard doorways. 


Great Workout for the Lower Body - Working out on an EFX yields significantly more gluteal and quad activity than using a stair climber, cycle, or treadmill. (Source: Barry Bates, Ph.D., Department of Exercise and Movement Science, University of Oregon) 


Fixed Ramp - Allows for the patented forward and reverse elliptical stride. Fixed at 25 degrees, the ramp is optimally set to deliver the widest range of lower-body muscle involvement, including the gluteals, hamstrings, quadriceps, and calves. 


Self-Powered - Because it's cordless, it can be placed anywhere on your cardio floor.


Touch Heart Rate - Easy-to-use hand grip sensors monitor heart rate during workouts. 


Ergonomic Handlebars - Working in unison with the adjustable resistance of the EFX stride, the handlebars accommodate a wide variety of hand positions. The ergonomic design encourages good posture and proper technique. 


Great Workout for the Upper Body - By working together with the adjustable resistance settings, the handlebars make it easy to tone and condition the upper body. 


Touch-Sensitive Console - The multiple feedback options make it easy to monitor and alter workouts. Because it's constructed without membrane switches, costly keypad replacements are eliminated. 


SmartRate® - Shows actual heart rate in relation to exerciser's target zone for weight loss and cardio training. 


Accessory Holder - Water bottles, portable music players, magazines, and more are easily housed in the integrated console. 




Length 80 in (203 cm)    

Width 30 in (76 cm)    

Height 64 in (164 cm)    

Weight 230 lbs (105 kg)    

Shipping Weight 340 lbs (155 kg)    

Power Self    

CrossRamp® 25 degrees (fixed)    

Stride Length 18 in (46cm)    

Frame Powder-coated steel    

Regulatory Approvals FCC, ETL, CE

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