As the market for connected fitness and available home fitness products, we want to widen our spotlight and showcase as many products as possible. One of the growing fitness realms is mirrored fitness. Products like the Mirror, Echelon Reflect, ProForm VUE, NordicTrack VAULT, and FORME Life Studio all offer workout content where you can also simultaneously view your own form. While they may look similar, they each offer their own unique features and design. Let’s take a look at Mirror vs. Echelon’s offerings, and compare some others as well.
Fitness manufacturer Echelon has announced a new connected bike and membership package available exclusively to Sam’s Club members. The Echelon Connect Sport-S Bike is now available in select Sam’ Club Stores.
Echelon, the connected fitness provider based out of Chattanooga, TN has announced it has struck an agreement with MediaNet fot its enterprise platform.
In a statement to Forbes, Amazon has denied the partnership with Echelon.
Peloton has been using its chest of patents to keep competitors from encroaching on its market share in recent months. After it put Flywheel out of business (and offered its customers a free trade-in), Peloton has turned its attention to Echelon. Echelon, who is headquartered in my hometown of Chattanooga, TN offers a similar product to Peloton’s bike with ditching the built-in screen in favor of an iPad. I reviewed it earlier this year over on 9to5Mac.