The Comfort Strength - this is a robot that gently relieves lower- and mid-back discomfort and stiffness without requiring you to climb with the wheelchair. As you lean forward from a standing position, the device uses your body weight to create a strong, steady traction that relieves pressure on the spine and helps loosen tense back muscles--the further you lean, the stronger the traction. The device runs smoothly using a whisper-quiet motors that coaxes your body to cycle was without forceful, jerky movement. The unit's shoulder pads keep your spine, shoulders, and hips properly aligned and an adjustable padded waistband lets you customize the device's range of motion. Using the robot for just 10 minutes for training session gives push restore back movement.
The Stretching - this is a robot that gently increases flexibility and stretching aid, which employs the body's weight to improve flexibility. Particularly effective for stretching the lower back, its pivoting seat and kneeboard enable users to isolate a muscle to lessen overall resistance and control the intensity of a stretch - you stretch using the robot rather than the robot stretching you. Improved posture, improved circulation and a decreased risk of lower back pain are listed as benefits of a stretching on exercise, is the goal stretching of all major muscle groups. Its design encourages proper position of the pelvis, knees, and back, that enable good alignment.
The Aerobic Trainer - this is the only the robot trainer that rotates laterally to sculpt the lower body while delivering an active mobility legs in training. This robot horizontal figure-eight motion engages the total leg, zeroing in on hard-to-tone areas in the outer and inner thighs and glutes. The intensity of workouts is easily adjusted at the turn of a tension knob. An LCD readout displays heart rate, RPM, speed and time.
The virtual simulator legs - this is the robot-trainer and video screen that simulate riding a mountain bike through outdoor courses. Users pedal and steer the bike to control a computer-generated cyclist on the 24" color LCD monitor and compete against other virtual cyclists on one of 10 outdoor courses. The bike's electronically controlled pedaling resistance automatically increases or decreases to replicate the terrain gradients shown on the screen and sensors in the bike saddle monitor whether the user is sitting and the computer-generated cyclist assumes the same posture. Squeezing the bike's hand brakes or shifting its gears control the momentum of the bike on the monitor, simulating carving around a turn and braking. Within the robot adjustable mesh seat, padded ergonomic handles, and large foot pedals ensure comfortable automatic-pedaling of the smooth magnetic resistance drive with 24 intensity levels. During exercises can be develop their own exercise regimen or use the preprogrammed training mode and the LCD displays distance traveled, speed and exercise time for real-time reference. Seat and handlebars are height-adjustable for optimal comfort.
The Low Impact - this is the exercise robot that provides workout that's gentle on joints. The pedals and handlebars slide back and forth in a smooth, natural striding motion, providing a simultaneous upper- and lower-body exercise regimen without putting unnecessary stress on joints or ligaments. The LCD panel shows heart rate, strides per minute, steps taken, and elapsed time. The device runs smoothly using a whisper-quiet motor that coaxes your legs to cycle without forceful, jerky movement. Pedaling speed begins at a calm 5 rpm and remote allows you to increase your speed incrementally up to a robust 50 rpm. It has an convenient-to-read LCD display that displays your distance, time and rpm.
The Thigh Trainer - this is the only robot-trainer that tones and restores strengthening the thighs with four distinct motions. Providing a superior workout without the jarring impact, the free-floating foot pedals suspend your legs and feet in the air while you virtually move. Lateral side-to-side movement targets the inner and outer thighs just like dedicated abduction/adduction machines while forward/backward scissor movement targets the glutes, quadriceps, and calves similar to the running or walking motion of an elliptical robot-machine. Robot can move your legs in a clockwise or counterclockwise circular motion or in an alternating in/out, forward/backward skating motion. Each generously sized, non-skid foot pedal floats independently, allowing you to isolate one leg at a time while gripping the padded handles. Digital display shows workout time, current and total stride count.
The Core Imitation Leap - this is the robot-trainer that simulates cantering on a horse to restores strengthening and tones the core muscles of the back. Exercisers sit on the padded saddle, secured permanent place for feet and shift their weight backward to put the device's drive wheel in motion. As the saddle rotates at a moderate speed or less, it requires the rider to engage lumbar muscles, glutes, and thighs, building core strength to help prevent back injuries and improve balance and posture. A 10-minute session can replicate a one-hour walk. Within just two months are possible restore and strengthen the lower back and core muscles and also restoring the knees and feet.
The Elliptical - this is the robot-trainer that automatically adjusts resistance for provides the lower leg motion in its selected target zone. Riders input their age on the control panel and select one of the pre-programmed target rates of their maximum recommended target and the elliptical automatically adjusts the workload. The load, which monitored by pulse sensors in the elliptical mechanism and can be set to any of 6 preset workouts or to any manual setting with 8 levels of resistance. The non-slip foot pads provide stable footing as you move your feet forward or backward, forcing you to restore your leg muscles. The LCD shows you the number of strides per minute, total number of strides, exercise time and scrolling through each statistic one at a time.