Vision Fitness Wins Eight “Best Buy” Awards from Fitness Professor

Vision Fitness ( received eight “Best Buy” awards from the Fitness Professor, a leading, online resource for independent fitness equipment reviews.
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Nov. 2, 2012 - PRLog -- Vision Fitness ( ( received eight “Best Buy” awards from the Fitness Professor, a leading, online resource for independent fitness equipment reviews.

“Since we launched the Vision Fitness brand 16 years ago, we have always pushed ourselves to develop fitness equipment that offers a unique combination of cutting-edge design, exceptional features and programming, and maximum value.” said Gary Peak, executive vice president of specialty for Johnson Health Tech NA, the parent company of Vision Fitness. “This ‘Best Buy’ award speaks volumes about the quality and value our equipment delivers for consumers.”

Vision recently introduced a new look, along with a fresh line of innovative consoles, redesigned treadmills, a folding elliptical and a new Suspension Elliptical™ trainer. Many award-winning products include the company’s brand-new consoles, the Touch, Elegant and Classic. The Touch and Elegant consoles feature two Virtual Active™ workouts through HD footage of exotic destinations. All three new consoles are compatible with the Passport™ Media Player, which connects to your home TV and provides access to Virtual Active™ workouts all over the globe.

Elliptical trainers

Several elliptical trainers by Vision Fitness received “Best Buy” awards. The Vision X10 with an ideal combination of comfort and ease was named the “Best Elliptical under $1,000.” The Vision X20 Elegant with a new console featuring a full-color LCD screen and Virtual Active™ workouts was named “Best Elliptical under $2,000.” The Vision S7200 HRT Suspension Elliptical with 20 innovative programs including Sprint 8® was named “Best Elliptical under $4,000.”


Two of Vision Fitness’ non-folding treadmills ( picked up “Best Buy” awards. The popular Vision T10 with its heavy-gauge steel frame was named “Best Treadmill under $1,500.” The Vision T40 Elegant – which features a vibrant 10-inch full-color LCD screen loaded with 15 programs, including the acclaimed Sprint 8® program and Virtual Active™ – was named “Best Treadmill under $3,500.”

Exercise Bikes

In the category of upright bikes (, the Vision U20 Elegant which features an advanced, full-color LCD screen with 13 programs, including the acclaimed Sprint 8® workout and two Virtual Active™ workouts, took home “Best Upright Bike under $1,500.” As for recumbent bikes, the space-efficient Vision R10 with eight motivating programs took home “Best Recumbent Bike under $750.” The dual-action upright bike, the Vision E4000, which provides an upper and lower body workout, was named “Best Crosstrainer under $1,000.”

Over the years, Vision products have received over 40 “Best Buys” from leading consumer review publications. For more information about Vision Fitness and its complete offering of award winning products, visit For more information about Fitness Professor and its fitness equipment reviews, visit

About Vision Fitness

Vision Fitness, which began as a division of Trek® Bicycle Company, is the premier specialty fitness brand of Johnson Health Tech, the third largest fitness equipment manufacturer in the world. In addition to Vision, Johnson Health Tech is home to some of the most respected brands in the fitness industry, including: Matrix, AFG, LIVESTRONG and Horizon. The company manufactures a wide assortment of fitness equipment for both commercial and residential use, including treadmills, elliptical trainers, exercise bikes and strength training equipment.
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