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First-Degree Fitness Solutions FIRST-Degree Fitness Commercial E-720 Fluid Cycle XT

Item# SPM7596168702P | Model# WH-BF-E-720WH | Added on January 3, 2013 |
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First-Degree Fitness Solutions FIRST-Degree Fitness Commercial E-720 Fluid Cycle XT
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Total body conditioning can be achieved with the E-720 combination recumbent cycle, seated and standing UBE (Upper Body Ergometer). This multi-function Cycle Cross Trainer operates in both forward and reverse directions for maximum muscle engagement and allows for isolation of core muscle groups. The new, unique and technologically advanced E-720 Fluid Cycle XT is revolutionizing the way people exercise all over the World. This First Degree Fluid Cycle is a fabulous exercise machine that effectively engages almost every muscle in the human body. The results speak for themselves.a) For the professional facility where maximum versatility of equipment is essentialb) Ideal for group classes and rehabilitation applications. c) Dual function, upper & lower body ergometer d) 20 levels of patented Variable Fluid Resistance e) Interactive Performance Monitor (IPM) with USB port: The IPM displays: time; speed; distance; RPM; calories per hour; watts; level, pacer, and has a heart rate receiver built in. The IPM gives you quick start, manual programs, interval training, USB port allows interactive programming. f) Dual use Pedal / Hand Grip (patent applied) g) Operates in forward & reverse direction h) Adjusts to suit any height of user i) High visibility yellow adjustment knobs and levers j) Counter-balanced Main Arm rotates through 360 degrees to allow optimum height adjustment and standing and seated operation k) Low seat height - 21 and swivels for ease of access l) ... read more
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