Research: Validating effectiveness

Because our product design and functionality is scientifically based, research plays an integral role in validating the effectiveness of the NuStep recumbent cross trainer for a wide range of users. This section provides a snapshot of medical, physiological, and other research that has tested the use and efficacy of the NuStep recumbent cross trainers for a variety of populations and conditions.

Validity of NuStep Exercise Test to Predict VO2 max

Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (2008)

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Upper-extremity Exercise Training in Heart Failure

Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation (2007)

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Using Different Modes of Exercise to Assess Peak Oxygen

Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise (1997)

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Neural Coupling During Recumbent Stepping

Journal of Applied Physiology (2004)

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MET Prediction for NuStep Workloads Cross-Validated

Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention (2000)

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Upper and Lower Body Resistive Training Exercise for MS

Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise (2001)

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Low Impact Exercise For ACL Rehab

Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise (2004)

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FOR HOME USE

Whether you want to age actively or recover from an injury, surgery, joint replacement or cardiac event, a NuStep trainer in your home provides the freedom to exercise according to your personal schedule.

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For Professional Use

Professionals around the globe offer NuStep cross trainers in their health clubs, wellness centers and rehabilitation facilities.

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O'Neal Hampton exercise with NuStep

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USER STORIES

NuStep users tell how their lives have been transformed and the vital role their NuStep plays in that transformation.

“Never give up, never give up.”

- Gerry Prince: After 2-3 months I noticed I could move my legs a little bit.

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“I know how much the NuStep can help others.”

- Doris Flickner: I started the ball rolling by donating the first $100 towards a new one.

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“Seeing real, quantifiable progress over time.”

- Amy Preston: Focused on helping cardiac rehab patients regain their health, confidence and independence.

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