Fitness Equipment for Neurological Conditions
Safe, Adaptive Fitness Equipment
If you suffer from a neurological condition which results in physical limitations and pain, you may find exercise on traditional fitness equipment to be difficult. But studies continue to show the multitude of benefits exercise may have for neurological conditions like Alzheimer’s, mild cognitive impairment, MS, etc.
The NuStep® recumbent cross trainer can offer an inclusive and adaptive full-body workout for most ability levels and ages, including many who use a wheelchair.
NuStep users may find strength and independence through exercise as they battle a variety of conditions including:
Did you know that home users can buy a NuStep for as low as $89 per month*? Invest in your health to transform your life.
*Only available in the U.S.
NuStep Adaptive Equipment
Our optional adaptive equipment such as the Leg Stabilizer, the WellGrip®, and the Foot Secure System make it possible for people with limited mobility to work their upper and lower body simultaneously.
Benefits of NuStep for Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s Exercise
Many people with neurological conditions that limit their ability to exercise with traditional equipment find they can use the NuStep. Unlike many ellipticals or bikes, which operate on a fixed path, the NuStep offers a user-controlled stride length to suit a variety of ability levels. The upper and lower body movements are also connected, making it possible to use the arms to help move the legs and vice versa. These features make a full-body workout possible even for people with little-to-no movement in their legs or arms.
The wheelchair-height 360-degree swivel seat and low step-through design options on many of our models make it easier to get on and off the equipment and the recumbent position provides a safe and effective workout.
Read More: Keys to preventing Alzheimer’s Disease – USA Today