Echelon Fitness Debuts Equipment and New Accessible Innovations for Consumers and Studios

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The Connected Fitness Brand Continues to Roll-Out Technology to Help Remove Barriers and Engage Consumers in their Fitness Journey 

CHATTANOOGA, TN (March 21, 2023) – Echelon, the connected fitness company revolutionizing the way people move, is rolling out new innovations that further its mission to help make fitness accessible to everyone. From at-home fitness enthusiasts, aspiring athletes, studio owners, Echelon builds equipment and online programs to suit all levels, locations, interests and modalities. Its newest offerings continue to build a better customer and commercial experience.  

Echelon Worlds – An interactive VR gaming experience that allows our members to engage head to head with each other. Working across the bike, rower and tread machines, this new technology will be accessible to all members and allow people access to connect with each other remotely in a way they have not experienced before. 

Echelon Studio – A delivery platform that allows commercial operators to cast on demand group fitness classes digitally, directly onto their group fitness area Smart TVs. This gives studios access to thousands of virtual classes across all categories (including off-equipment classes) to supplement their current class line up. 

Echelon Strength Trainer – Exclusively launching for commercial use, the Echelon strength machine is a sleek design featuring a 23.8 inch HD touchscreen, 180 degree lateral arm adjustment, smart resistance handle grips, dual servo motor and convenience and safety knobs. This release not only expands the portfolio, but also further reduces the time needed, stress and headaches that studio owners often face when building their equipment arsenal. 

In addition, the company introduced an enhanced Quick Start process, allowing fast access to proprietary content on any commercial modality, eliminating the need to enter demographics and other intro questions. 

“Engaging in a consistent fitness routine is notoriously difficult. At Echelon we have always focused on making fitness accessible to every person. Accessibility isn't just about our equipment, which is available at all different price levels. It is also about removing barriers and creating connections that last,” said  Lou Lentine, CEO, Echelon Fitness. “The same holds true for the studio owners. We understand that the more barriers we can break down and the more access to simple tools, equipment and content, the more they can focus on what is truly important – their clients. These new innovations are part of our continuing effort to deliver that accessibility on every level.”

Echelon products are found globally, but within the USA at Walmart, Costco, Target, Amazon and exclusive models on the website.




Echelon has revolutionized at-home fitness since 2017 with a range of smart exercise equipment and an immersive membership experience. What began as a mission to make healthy living accessible to all has evolved to a thriving, global brand. Echelon empowers everyone to experience the feeling of elation and accomplishment after achieving their fitness goals. Members connect their Echelon smart bikes, rowers, treadmills, or fitness mirrors to the Echelon Fit app for access to live and on-demand workout classes filmed at Echelon studios around the world and led by professional instructors. Through the app, members track performance and progress in real-time, compete on the interactive leaderboard and explore more than 2,000 off-equipment workouts to keep them motivated and inspired.  For more information about Echelon Fitness go to