By Mark Barroso Men's Fitness
Hitting the gym isn't always in the cards for all of us, especially with tight schedules and loads of responsibilities. Enter the Bowflex Max Trainer and Schwinn 170 Upright Bike, two innovative fitness products recently launched by Nautilus designed to get you shredded while you're at home.
Bowflex Max Trainer
What It Is: A unique cardio machine that burns more twice the calories in 14 minutes compared to other fitness equipment and engages the upper body 80% more than a traditional elliptical, according to Nautilus. This full-body machine utilizes after burn technology to boost metabolism up to 48 hours after a workout, keeping you in a constant state of fat burning. The compact design makes the Max Trainer ideal for in-home training while saving space.
What It Costs: $999
How to Buy: Available in December and can be purchased only online at bowflexmaxtrainer.com.
Schwinn 170 Upright Bike
What It Is: A stationary bike stacked with features to improve fitness such as 29 programs, 25 resistance levels, a telemetry-enabled heart rate monitor, and two LCD screens displaying up to 13 feedbacks. Use the USB port to charge your device on the reading rack and sync workout and nutrition data to MyFitnessPal to monitor your goals. With a fan, water bottle holder, adjustable handlebars, an adjustable seat, and transport wheels, this cardio machine provides a comfortable platform for at-home fitness.
What It Costs: $399
How to Buy: Available in October at retail stores and at schwinnfitness.com.