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NuStep - World's First Recumbent Cross Trainer

NuStep – World’s First Recumbent Cross Trainer

Three models to choose from – the T4r, T5 and T5xr, these machines are dubbed a ‘game changer’.

The T4r is for both domestic and commercial use and is self-powered with batteries. Innovative accessories for the T4r include the WellGrip which helps user with hand and arm strength gripping challenges such as arthritis, muscular deficiencies and limited mobility to comfortably and securely grip the T4r’s handles and maintain a stable, correct hand and wrist position throughout the workout.

The T5 and T5xr models are commercial grade pieces include as standard:-

  • Polar heart rate monitor compatible
  • Heart rate grips
  • Optional self-powered
  • Wheelchair height seating
  • LCD colour screen
  • User workout data tracking
  • Audio feedback
  • Multiple display languages

Many users of the NuStep have not only seen enjoyed health benefits from their workouts, but also radical improvements to physical ailments that once left them frustrated and unable to keep properly fit.

The T5xr offering more workout options and an increase in functionality for users such as:-

  • Target heart rate programs
  • Constant power / speed programs
  • Max and sub-max exercise testing protocol programs
  • Flex foot systems for dorsi / plantar flexion
  • Hand grip rotation

The feature of the NuStep recumbent cross trainer provide a safe, effective, total body workout to most users of virtually all ability levels and are also a leading choice for Cardiac Rehabilitation, Physical Therapy, Medical Fitness and Senior Living.

The units have a 3 year warranty for frame and parts and 1 year labour.

Available in Australia from HUR Health & Fitness Equipment – enquire here or below.

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