Research shows that regular Parkinson's and MS workouts can greatly improve functional fitness, mental state and general quality of life for patients.
Learn more about the best exercise equipment for bad knees. There is a simple way to make cardio easier & more comfortable without leaving your home.
What is the difference between an upright bike vs recumbent bike? Which is better? Explore the benefits exercise bikes and how to choose the best home cardio option for you.
See how the new Teeter FreeStep Recumbent Cross Trainer compares to the most popular recumbent ellipticals. Find the best recumbent elliptical for your home gym!
The Teeter FreeStep adds to the benefits of a recumbent bike by working the upper and lower body simultaneously to burn more calories in less time.
Muscle targeting not only helps build muscle and strength but helps burn more calories during the day and prevents burnout. Use the Teeter FreeStep for a fun and effective workout!
The FreeStep's Dual Power Motion combines upper and lower body strength training with cardio for a full body workout that feels easier, while burning more calories, for faster results.
When choosing a home cardio machine, the benefits of magnetic resistance strongly outweigh the friction resistance options including whisper-quiet operation, little-to-no maintenance, and intensity controlled with one simple dial.
The Teeter FreeStep's Patented Stride Technology is designed to take the pain and pressure off the knees and joints, while delivering a stress-free workout and strengthening the surrounding muscles.
Find the perfect machine for your needs with this side-by-side comparison of all the most popular types of home cardio equipment including ellipticals, recumbent bikes, and the new Teeter FreeStep.