Precor

Precor

Precor is synonymous with premium fitness equipment, both for commercial and residential clients. This brand is one of the most respected and trusted names in the fitness industry. Want proof? Visit your local health clubs, spas and university gyms. You will be sure to see Precor machines lining the aisles.

What makes Precor unique? It’s their tireless dedication to ergonomic motion. Through refined science, study and superior engineering, Precor makes sure that each machine match and endure the energy and form of its users.

Precor is forward-thinking and anticipates its users’ needs as they progress towards a fitter tomorrow. This passion is mirrored in the tech-savvy designs of their machines, many of which boast continual software updates, promising to deliver the very best technology Precor has to offer.

Precor sells award-winning treadmills, ellipticals, an adaptive motion trainer (AMT), upright and recumbent bikes, strength trainers and systems, benches and core and stretching equipment.

Because Precor products are high quality and long lasting, they do cost a bit more than average. Ellipticals typically range from $1,600 to $7,000, treadmills go for anywhere from $1,600 to $5,000, bikes cost roughly $2,800 to $3,600 and an AMT is priced around $8,500.

Precor was awarded many impressive Treadmill Doctor’s Best Buy Awards. Precor’s treadmills and ellipticals have the patented Ground Effects® and Integrated Footplant Technology™ which allow for a more natural stride and proper support and cushioning. The awards cited Precor’s sterling reputation for quality and the exciting program options featured on the machines, designed to add variation in users’ cardio workouts.

Precor also garnered the highest praise by Consumer Reports for the fourth consecutive year in a row. A recent edition of the publication named the Precor 9.31 as the top-rated treadmill. This achievement is especially impressive considering 34 machines were examined in total. The treadmills were judged on their ease of use, ergonomics, construction, exercise range and safety.