What to look for in First Degree Fitness Commercial E-720 Fluid Cycle XT?
20 levels of resistance. Displays time, speed, distance, RPM, calories per hour, watts, level, pacer, and has a heart rate receiver built in. Dual function upper and lower body ergometer. Max user weight of 330 lbs.. 360 degree Adjustable power assisted arm
What is the advantage of this First Degree Fitness Commercial E-720 Fluid Cycle XT?
First Degree Fitness E-720 Cycle The E-720 Fluid Cycle XT is a combination Recumbent Cycle Bike and Seated Standing Upper Body Ergometer UBE offering maximum versatility of equipment ideal for commercial use yet small enough for a home setting. With a 360 degree rotational arm, the E-720 Fluid Cycle XT instantly adapts for recumbent bike cycling and seated arm crank exercises using the swivel seat for easy in and out access, a wheelchair or a balance ball as well as standing arm crank exercises. Your clients will achieve total body conditioning and strengthening with the E-720 Fluid Cycle XT while raising their heart rate within fat burning and fitness training levels for maximum calorie burn. Virtually every muscle in the body, legs while cycling, core, back, shoulders and arms using the upper body ergometer, get a full strengthening and conditioning workout. 20 Variable Fluid Resistance levels provide the resistance needed for a grueling, intense workout or a light warm up. Dual pedal hand grips operate in forward and reverse directions with consistent fluid resistance throughout for unbeatable total body conditioning. Features – Patented Variable Fluid Resistance VFR 20 levels of fluid resistance ranging from light weight to heavy – Dual function upper and lower body ergometer – Dual use pedal hand grip – Bi-directional isokinetic resistance Operates forward and backward for well balanced muscle conditioning while cycling and performing upper body arm crank exercises – Seated, standing, balance ball or wheelchair access – 360 degree Adjustable power assisted arm Switch from cycling to seated upper body arm crank exercises quickly and easily as well as to standing and wheelchair access positions – Easy on-the-fly resistance adjustment Adjust the resistance from light weight to heavy – Self leveling ergonomic handles Reduces wrist torque for a safer, more comfortable workout – 4 position, horizontal seat adjustment – Low UltraComfort swivel seat with back lumbar support 21 height swivels from forward to side facing for easy access – Built-in transit wheels Assists in ease of mobility – Built-in Heart Rate Monitor optional kit required – Compact footprint 51 x 39 – For commercial use yet compact enough for home use Monitor – Program for time – Distance – Speed – Calories burned – Watts – RPM – Interval training feature – Heart Rate optional kit required Tank – Tough polycarbonate tank, the same materials used for jet airplane windshields – Marine grade, stainless steel paddles – Adjust water resistance level using First Degree Fitness patented variable adjustment with 20 levels of resistance Upper Body Ergometers are not limited to only those with disabilities or lower-body injuries. They are ideal for all of your clients for rehabilitation, conditioning and strengthening and should be a part of every person s routine for a balanced body. They provide a great upper body cardio and strengthening workout as well as a – Warm Up prior to upper body exercises – Cardio workout that rivals that of treadmills and bikes – A must have for clients with a temporary injury such as a broken leg or sprained ankle – Helps throwing athletes when in standing position with bi-directional isokinetic resistance – Excellent warm-up for clients suffering from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – Ideal for wheelchair clients with limited lower body function – Assists in healing shoulder injuries such as rotator cuff tears without strain – Perfect for clients with hip or knee replacements who want a cardio workout
Customer reviewsI loved it so much
This is the bike I used during physical therapy following total knee replacement. I loved it so much, I got one to use at home after PT ended. It can pedal backwards as well as forwards and you can easily adjust it to use for an upper body workout. Expensive but worth it