The New Sole E35 Elliptical has a fluid and natural motion provided by a whisper quiet drive system. The machine functions in both forward and reverse motion allowing the user to target a variety of different muscles. The combination of a heavy 25 lb. flywheel and a high gear ratio not found on comparable models means an extremely smooth feel with plenty of resistance at the top end for a machine that will provide a challenging workout. The E35 also has a power incline feature which offers additional resistance as well as variable positions for diversity in your workout at the touch of a button. The ramp angle is fully adjustable with incline levels from 0 to 20, allowing you to individually target and work all major lower body muscle groups.
The E35 also comes with stationary handle bars. The stationary handle bars come with built-in pulse sensors for monitoring your heart rate. A heart rate chest strap is also included for hands free pulse monitoring and heart rate interactive programs.
Oversize foot pedals are a key feature for the E35 and allow for a more comfortable workout. These unique foot pedals were designed in collaboration with a leading physical therapist and sports enthusiast. Sole engineers have designed in a 2-degree inward slope to the foot pedals which reduce ankle and knee stress that is common in other elliptical machines. The foot beds are also adjustable for customized comfort.
The four rear wheels, which ride on heavy duty rails, provide a smoother more stable feel and reduce side to side foot pedal motion, a feature typically found only on more expensive models.
The Sole E35 Elliptical also includes a 7.5” display console with a white back lit LCD display. The console includes a built-in cooling fan and water bottle holder. It also has built in speakers which allow you to hook up any MP3 player (iPod, etc.) for easy listening
And New for 2016, the Sole E35 Elliptical also now includes Bluetooth capability. This allows users the freedom to transfer workout data from their fitness equipment to their smart device. Users can track their fitness info on the Sole app, or have their data be transferred to other compatible fitness apps.