Before founding NuStep, Dick Sarns, a bio-medical engineer, designed and developed medical devices used in heart surgery including the world-renowned Sarns heart-lung machine. Years later, as research emerged that supported exercise for cardiac patients, Dick shifted his focus to developing exercise products for cardiac rehabilitation. After years of research and development, Dick, and his son Steve, introduced the first recumbent cross trainer. In 1987, NuStep was born.
Inspiring people around the world to Take That Step
The vision that guided Dick and Steve almost 30 years ago continues today as the driving force of the entire NuStep team – helping individuals to Take That Step towards a healthier, more active lifestyle. NuStep cross trainer users around the world attest that our equipment helped them transform their lives. We are honored and pleased to help make this international NuStep community possible.
Inclusive By design
The inclusive NuStep recumbent cross trainer is designed for a wide range of users, from the physically fit to those with mobility limitations. NuStep is the exercise equipment brand of choice for physical therapy centers, cardiac rehabilitation clinics, senior living communities and health and wellness centers across the country. The company is headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where our high-quality recumbent cross trainers and accessories are designed, manufactured, assembled and shipped worldwide.
We value our partnerships
We wholeheartedly support initiatives that make a meaningful difference in people’s lives. We take great pride in our relationships with these important organizations:
- American Heart Association
- Alzheimer’s Association
- Arthritis Foundation
- American Stroke Foundation
- Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living