With our entry-level NuStep T4r, users of virtually any ability level can get a low-impact, full-body workout that combines lower- and upper-body movement. The T4r is easy to use and has been designed to simulate the motion of walking.
The T4 features a comfortable, wheelchair seat that spins a full 360 degrees and can be locked every 45 degrees. This allows users to access and transition onto the seat from any angle. The seat also adjusts forward and back to accommodate various leg lengths.
The easy-to-adjust clamshell releases located on the arm handle lets users establish the optimal arm handle length. The rubber hand grips are soft, comfortable and easy to clean.
Supportive and stable foot pedals help make a good lower-body workout possible. The foot pedals were designed to accommodate feet of various sizes. The heel cups help reduce slipping off the pedals.
The display on the T4r is easy to read and easy to use. With the Quick Start button, workouts begin with a single click. Resistance level and total steps are displayed. A media shelf, StrideLock lever and water bottle holder are situated below the screen.
NuStep users tell how their lives have been transformed and the vital role their NuStep plays in that transformation.
- Carlyle Place Navicent Health: When we expanded, two additional NuSteps were at the top of our equipment list.WATCH VIDEO >
- Hans Schuler: You really need to take a close look at NuStep because this is a remarkable machine.WATCH VIDEO >
- Marcy A. Boughton, MSPT: We've noticed that our outcomes are much better.WATCH VIDEO >