Inclusive Fitness Equipment for Senior Living

Enhance Your Senior Living Wellness Program

The NuStep® recumbent cross trainer can enhance your senior fitness and wellness program by providing a safe and effective cardiovascular workout for users of virtually all ages and ability levels. The NuStep’s low impact and full-body workout for seniors may help with weight loss, orthopedic issues, arthritis and more.

The NuStep’s inclusive design and adaptive equipment make it possible for people with limited mobility, balance issues and Alzheimer’s or mild cognitive impairment to achieve aerobic exercise.

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We're already planning our next NuStepping to End Alzheimer’s relay event for June 21, 2017. If you're interested in participating, please contact Christine Schnitzer to pre-register.


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"After a workout on the NuStep I feel fantastic and rejuvenated."

The residents at Casa de la Vista, a senior residential community in Redlands, CA, are working out on NuStep recumbent cross trainers and are loving it! They enjoy that it's an inclusive, easy-to-use and low impact workout that’s helping them feel great and achieve their desired outcomes. 

View the video above to hear more of their story.

It's a health investment that means business.

The NuStep recumbent cross trainer provides senior residents with a safe, low-impact, total body workout that can work to optimize resident health, happiness and longevity. It's a workout that is not only good for residents; it's also good for business.

The CDC recommends 150 minutes of aerobic exercise per week for those 65+ to help manage heart disease, improve brain function and promote functional independence. Aerobic training can increase initial physical capacity, delay age-related declines, prevent acute cardiac events, and improve recovery after an event.

The NuStep's inclusive design and adaptive equipment make it possible for people with limited mobility, balance issues, Alzheimer's or mild cognitive impairment to achieve a cardiovascular and strength workout.

Our recumbent cross trainers feature:

  • Low step-through design on the T5 and T5XR
  • Low impact stepping motion with user-controlled stride length
  • Wheelchair-height seating that swivels 360 degrees and a grab ring for extra support
  • Low-inertia start-up and a variety of intensity levels that allows users to progress over time

NuSteps and NuStep Programming can help you create occupancy growth, generate positive functional outcomes, reduce avoidable hospitalizations and create resident and staff engagement.

Engaging Residents

Every day we hear stories of lines and time limits on the NuSteps in senior living communities, because residents find that the NuStep is not only something they can do, it's something they love to do.

Many communities are purchasing multiple NuSteps to keep up with resident demand and most importantly, drive engagement. A NuStep group workout class can not only build health, it can build relationships between peers that support and motivate.

We value our partnerships.

We wholeheartedly support initiatives that make a meaningful difference in people's lives, and take great pride in the relationships we have with these important organizations:

• International Council for Active Aging (ICAA)
• LeadingAge
• Age Dynamics
• Whole Person Wellness Solutions
• Mather Lifeways

  • 10 Year Frame
  • 5 Year Parts
  • 1 Year Labor*

Satisfaction Guarantee*

NuStep Machines are made in America
ICAA Inspire Award
Ease Of Use Arthritis Foundation Commendation