Home Use Rehabilitation

NuStep cross trainers – the same cross trainer machines favored by physical therapists around the globe – can be purchased for your personal use right in your home. Our recumbent cross trainers are suitable for virtually any user recovering from an injury, joint replacement, cardiac surgery or stroke. Exercising on our cross trainer helps maintain the fitness gains achieved in rehab, build strength, increase mobility, improve overall health and contribute to a greater quality of life.

NuStep seated cross trainers were designed to simulate the movement of walking and allow users to increase resistance as they gain strength.

Cardiac Rehabilitation and Heart Health

The standard-bearer in cardiac rehabilitation around the world, NuStep recumbent cross trainers have helped countless people regain their strength and improve their health.

Invaluable for Recovery and Beyond

All the features that make the NuStep cross trainer an invaluable tool during each phase of cardiac rehab, are equally valuable in a long-term maintenance program you can do at home.

The ergonomic design and features like a 360° swivel seat, sturdy grab bar and StrideLock®,  make getting on and off the NuStep easy. The low inertia startup, user controlled step length and multiple resistance levels, allow users to achieve a full-body cardio and strength training workout that is easy on the joints.

Continuing Physical Therapy at Home

Physical therapists around the globe use our cross trainers in their patient rehabilitation programs because they help their clients achieve optimal results. Thousands of these clients have purchased our cross trainer for their home so they can continue their progress.

Orthopedic Injuries and Surgery

Users recovering from orthopedic injuries or surgery need a smooth, low-impact exercise option. The simulated walking motion and low-inertia start-up of our cross trainers allow for a fluid, natural movement. The seat swivels 360-degrees to allow access from various angles – ideal for most users with limited mobility. The user-controlled stride length and multiple resistance levels allows users to adjust their workout as they progress.

Spinal Cord Injuries

For those living with paralysis due to spinal cord injuries, lack of access to exercise is a barrier difficult to overcome. NuStep recumbent cross trainers help remove those barriers and provide access to exercise that may help users:

  • Gain strength and independence
  • Get valuable cardiovascular exercise
  • Maintain and lose weight

The accessible design of the NuStep cross trainer make total-body strength and cardio workouts possible for virtually any user. Our cross trainers feature a wheelchair-height seat that swivels 360 degrees and locks at 45 degree angles, a sturdy grab bar and StrideLock® to add stability and safety for users while getting on and off.

Pairing the NuStep with our adaptive equipment and accessories allows users to secure their legs, hands and torso for added stability while exercising.



At risk for heart disease? Get active with NuStep to help reduce your risk.



For individuals recovering from a joint injury or replacement or spinal cord injury, physical therapy can continue at home with the low-impact NuStep recumbent cross trainer.



Studies show the benefits of exercising following an injury or surgery.



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

“Now the machine is our MVP!”

- Marcy A. Boughton, MSPT: We've noticed that our outcomes are much better.


“The best piece of equipment I own.”

- Colleen Braun: People can transition from physical therapy to an independent program on their own.


“I have the answer for you - it's NuStep.”

- Hans Schuler: You really need to take a close look at NuStep because this is a remarkable machine.



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