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The Low Impact Foldaway Strider
Soozier Multipurpose Air Walker Trainer Exercise Glider:
Amazon Price: $86.44 $69.99 You save: $16.45 (19%). (as of May 21, 2018 9:01 pm –
Sunny Health & Fitness SF-E902 Air Walk Trainer provides an aerobic workout, giving you all the benefits of stretching, walking, running, cross-country, skiing and aerobic dancing without jarring impacts or damaging movements to your body. This space saving Air Walker trainer folds to half the size, making it easy to put away in your closet or in a tight space. The striding motion delivers a slight twist to the midsection engaging both the upper and lower body. You’ll get a total body workout every time you workout!
- Product Dimensions: 11 x 6.7 x 22.4 inches ; 28 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 39.5 pounds
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
- ASIN: B00224BE8O
- UPC: 853227001523 066556636223 729509800668 666670652286 718645513761 066510636221
- California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
- Item model number: SF-E902
- Batteries: 2 AA batteries required. (included)
LOVE IT!! With two modifications
I absolutely LOVE this little machine, but with two modifications.
5 stars on machine & customer service. Minus zero stars on assembly & how to use instructions.
This machine is a dandy for the $80 & free shipping. It has a sliding,swinging motion that can go quite fast if you want with little demand on joints. It’s great if you want to put it in front of your TV in your living room. It doesn’t take up the space of a treadmill or even a bicycle. It is light enough to drag off or carry off in a hurry. I’m 72, 5’6″ , 150 lbs.. I can lift it. It has been criticized in these reviews for not giving a hard enough workout. Some say they can’t break a sweat. I would say it is exceptionally well suited for older people and physically inactive people . Also perhaps folks who have balancing issues. You can get a doable workout if you can go at medium speeds on a treadmill. It’s equivilent to taking a moderatly brisk walk on a wood road. But you can go at a slower,”stroll,” also. If you are wanting to just improve your health and/or lose some weight you can burn off calories that count and keep your blood flowing and muscles stronger. If you stick it in front of the TV and watch a half to full hour of your favorite show, you will hardly notice you exercised. Split your TV workouts up in time periods at first If you are preparing for Olympic Ski team or Mr or Mrs. American competition, it’s not the machine for you. If you are the average office worker / home maker and are coming up on pre diabetes, high blood pressure, overweight and you want to get those things in check without killing yourself, this machine in front of your TV for an hour a day is a realistic solution. I urge you to .use the TV. Any exercising machine is boring and thats why they get cast aside quickly without a TV. You need something interesing to occupy your mind while exercising. Talking on the phone works too….if you are chatty enough. If you consult Google you will find that 10,000 steps a day is reccommended for people. That’s 5 miles. However if you are now only going 1000 steps a day between house to car, car to office, light housework, & cooking , an additional 2000 steps a day is a big deal. If for the rest of your life you did 3000 steps a day instead of 1000 , clearly you would be better off. Dr.Oz took the couches out of his TV- living room and replaced all seating with stationery bikes. Lots of middle age to older people don’t take walks outside or do sports. That leaves exercise in front of TV. My machine arrived with 2 broken pins & a dead battery. I wasn’t sure if one of the pins was broken or was suppose to break to get it out. I emailed customer service asking if it was truely broken or not. Also a few questions about the second pin..thought maybe it was ok. Wasn’t sure if it fit tight enough to stay. They asked to see my receipt. 3 Days later I received in the mail 2 new pins & 2 new batteries. No explanation. But pleasing. The original assembly directions are terrible. But you can almost assemble it without any. Good thing as the photos are thumb size..near worthless. There is an immensly vague write up on how to use the time/calorie/step counter. It’s an embarrassment to the company and quite scarey as the first thing you look at is the directions……….They make you think the machine is going to be cheap & fall apart. Then after you get the machine together and start using it, you feel much better. It took me 3 days of using the maching to decipher the counting dial. They use the term “count”. Which might be easier if called “step”……Or…if they explained what you are counting. I still don’t know if the “count” is one step or 2. Google says 2000 steps make a mile. When your “count” # reaches 2000, you have gone a mile…..maybe.
My New Favorite Exercise Equipment!
I can’t express enough how much I *love* this fitness equipment!! It arrived on time, and it was in great packaging that kept it from moving around during the course of shipping, It provides a great total-body workout without causing any impact.
Just What I Needed!
Exactly what I was looking for. I have a two conditions that effect my mobility and needed something that would be easy on my knees while still allowing me to get in a decent cardio work out. The Sunny Health Air Walker was quite literally just what the doctor ordered. It is sturdy and my son was able to assemble it rather easily. I can get squeaky during a long work-out but using a mechanical oil/lubricant takes care of that (in a pinch I have used aerosol spray oil sheen). It folds easily and doesn’t take up much space even when in use so I am able to use it in my bedroom as well as in the living room. The counter is pretty standard: Stride count, calories, etc. I wish it also gave you distance, but for the price it was a really good purchase. I would definitely recommend and would purchase again.
Great for the right person
If you are a serious athlete, this is not the product for you. If you’re like me, it’s perfect. I’m a middle-aged woman who needs to lose a bunch of weight, and who has a sedentary job. I want to be able to work out while I watch tv, and I have a small house so I can’t have big fitness equipment.
Good for light aerobic exercise
I bought this glider to use at home when my schedule doesn’t allow time for the gym and weather doesn’t permit walking outside. I usually spend 45 minutes on the Sunny Air Walker each time I use it. It is, for me a not very strenuous, light aerobic device but it suits my needs of providing aerobic exercise at home. I am going to add resistance to provide a better workout. My husband is an avid walker and also uses the gym and found his muscles ached after the first use. This indicates to me that we use different muscles on the glider than when walking and this is a good feature. I will add that my husband and I are both in our early 70’s and have always been active.