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Stamina Avari Conversion II Rower/Recumbent Bike

Item# 210-13760061-AF | Model# 13760061 | Added on July 1, 2012 |
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Stamina Avari Conversion II Rower/Recumbent Bike
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TWO-IN-ONE CARDIO: The Avari Conversion II Rower/Recumbent Bike provides two low-impact cardiovascular workouts in one space-saving machine: cycling and rowing. Whether using the rowing machine to strengthen and tone your total body or the recumbent bike to firm your lower body, this magnetic resistance machine delivers a complete workout that's as hardcore - or not - as you want. To adjust the intensity mid routine, simply turn the grip-edged, 8-resistance-level dial to adjust your pace without interrupting the smooth, quiet workout. Switching from a stationary recumbent workout to indoor rowing - or vice versa - is a cinch. Just pull the pin and enjoy your workout as the padded seat glides along our ball bearing roller system for consistently smooth rowing at any resistance level. When you're ready to log some recumbent biking miles, adjust the seat to your leg length, re-insert the pin, start your healthy journey. MORE TECH FOR YOU BUCK: The Avari Conversion II Rower/Recumbent Bike features a multi-functional electronic fitness monitor that displays all the information you need to remain motivated. Track your speed, distance, time, odometer, heart rate and calories burned so you can keep an eye on the finish line and find the will to power through. When you're not testing your mettle and sculpting your body, simply fold the machine and store it out of the way for next time. BUILT TO ACCOMMODATE YOU FOR LIFE: In addition to quickly changing exercises modes and adjusting ... read more
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