NuStep, Inc., originator of the NuStep Recumbent Cross Trainer, is pleased to announce expanded product offerings with the introduction of its two new total-body exercise machines, the T5 and T5XR.
NuStep’s new product innovations were unveiled at the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR) annual conference, September 18-20, 2008 in Indianapolis, Ind.
“We are pleased to have the T5 and T5XR join our family of products, which includes the TRS 4000 Recumbent Cross Trainer, providing our customers with more choices to better meet their individual needs,” says Steve Sarns, NuStep vice president of sales and marketing.
The T5 and the T5XR are the result of a comprehensive collaborative effort that drew on the expertise of NuStep exercise physiologists, ergonomic specialists, and NuStep customers. The two new models represent the company’s ongoing commitment to Transforming Lives™ through health and wellness.
The T5 is a mid-level model that offers nearly 40 new features and improvements including a low step-through design for easy access; a smoother stepping motion; a larger, ergonomically designed seat; and a color display console.
The T5XR offers all the benefits of the T5 plus an extended range of features such as rotating hand grips, a reclining seat, a foot pedal flexion system, and a 600 lb. (272 kg) weight capacity.
Both new Recumbent Cross Trainer models offer increased adjustment of the seat and arms, workout programs, improved hand grips, and numerous other features designed to offer total body exercise that is safe, effective, and comfortable for a wide range of users.
Headquartered in Ann Arbor, Mich., NuStep, Inc. is the manufacturer of the NuStep Recumbent Cross Trainers. These patented machines were developed by exercise physiologists to help people stay in motion regardless of physical condition. The company’s products are used at fitness, wellness and rehabilitation centers around the world, including the Mayo Clinic, the University of Michigan, the Cleveland Clinic and the Duke Center for Living. For more information, call 800-322-2209 or visit www.nustep.com.