Gold's Gym Stride Trainer 380 Compact Elliptical Machine

Walmart # 556234733

Gold's Gym Stride Trainer 380 Compact Elliptical Machine

Walmart # 556234733
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Bring your workout home with the Gold's Gym Stride Trainer 380. With 8 preset workout apps designed by a certified personal trainer and 12 digital resistance levels, you can customize your workout to reach your specific fitness goals. The Gold's Gym Stride Trainer 380 also includes iFit Ready technology, so you canwith the help of your tablettake your workout anywhere in the world via Google maps. Reach your goals and burn calories with the Gold's Gym Stride Trainer 380.

About This Item

  • Elliptical Machine with 12 Resistance Levels
  • Front Drive Compact Elliptical Machine
  • 14" Stride and 8 Preset Workout Apps
  • Customer Reviews
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    Broken cup holder and screen!

    This is the second elliptical I bought from Walmart. The one I ordered a few weeks ago was broken to pieces when I got it out of the box so I took it back and bought this one. I did the site to store shipping for both of them. When I got this elliptical I found that the cup holder was broken and the screen was scratched. The reviews I read said that it should only take 2 hours to put together but it took me and my boyfriend about 5 hours. Also I am 150lbs and when I use the elliptical is rocks a little side to side. I have used many ellipticals and this is the only one that has done this; so if you are heavier I do not suggest getting this elliptical. On the positive side it is good for shorter people, it is not made for tall people. Overall I am happy with the product and will never order another workout machine from Walmart!
    ellipticalBroken Cupholder

    Inferior device, horrible service.

    I bought this elliptical back in September 2011, and one of the main-frame welds broke by February 2012. I'm far below the max weight of this thing, and my workouts were not intense (about an hour a day at an intensity of 7 or lower). The manufacturer won't replace/refund it, because it's past the 90-day warranty period. I bought a 2-year service plan with it, but they won't do anything about it, because weld damage is considered "physical damage", something they don't cover. Nobody involved with this product will stand behind it. Don't buy it, unless you're willing to gamble $300 on getting one that won't fail you.
    Weld between the upper body and base.Close-up of the damage.


    Bought this item on 2/6/10, only one week ago... During my workout this morning, the machine started feeling very unbalanced and wobbly. After an investigation, I discovered that the front brace is broken. Literally...broken where it appears to have been welded. I'm dreading returning this machine, which I bought as a display out of store. Just very disappointed, I expected better. Would not recommend this to anyone.

    SO Worth the Price!!

    I just graduated from college and have been looking to lose the "freshman 15" (more like 20) that I've kept around for 4 years. With a full-time job and a long commute, joining a gym just didn't sound practical. Instead I looked to buy an elliptical that I could use at my home.... AND I LOVE THIS ELLIPTICAL!! For 300 bucks you can't go wrong, compared to the prices of the other machines. It has 6 programmed 30-minute workouts, and they are no joke! I've only been doing it for 2 weeks along with dieting and I'm already seeing results! Love love love it. I can't wait to get home from work to use it!! It's also really nice to be able to do a small workout in the morning before work to really get my metabolism going for the day (which would never be possible with a gym membership!) I feel a little stronger every time I use it and can already feel my improvement. Definitely recommend it! PS - assembly wasn't hard, just took a few hours and definitely requires 2 people

    Worth What It Costs ...

    December 17th, 2010 ... I got this machine today and here is the lowdown. Just in case you don't want to read this entire review, the quick version is YES ... this machine is worth what it costs. The assembly is somewhat challenging for one person but, would be a breeze for two people. Identify your parts and then identify them again. I didn't pay close enough attention and I used the wrong wave washers in the wrong place and had to undo some of my work. Had it not been for having to backtrack, assembly would have taken an hour and a half. I have read other reviews that say this is a noisy machine. Mine is quiet except for a very, very minor click (not enough to even bother me). The only thing I will say it lacks is stability. BUT! The weight capacity for this machine is 250 pounds and I am currently 243 pounds so, I don't really fault the machine for being a little shaky under my weight. I have noticed already that if I can learn to hold my core/torso fairly stationary (only moving my arms and legs) the machine is much more stable during use. It's when I start shifting my weight that it gets unstable. Overall, I think that I am going to be happy with it. I am way, way out of shape and the first time I got on it, I could only do a couple of minutes worth. So, if you are looking for an economical machine for cardio workouts, I would say that the StrideTrainer 380 is a good choice. Also, I opted to get a Universal AC Adapter. You will want to get one as well.
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