Continue Rehab at home
Why are NuStep recumbent cross trainers favored by physical therapists in rehabilitation settings around the globe? Because they know the NuStep can help their clients achieve optimal results during physical therapy.
Thousands of those clients have taken the next step and bought a NuStep cross trainer to continue their progress at home. Here’s why. Exercising on our cross trainer can help you maintain the gains you achieved in rehab. Moreover, with regular use, you’ll continue to progress as you build strength, increase mobility and improve overall health.
Cardiac Rehab and Heart Health
The standard-bearer in exercise equipment for cardiac rehabilitation, NuStep recumbent cross trainers have helped countless people regain their strength and improve their heart health following a heart event.
The features that make NuStep cross trainer invaluable during cardiac rehab, are equally valuable for a home maintenance program.
With an inclusive design and features like a swivel seat, grab bar and StrideLock®, the NuStep is easy to access. And the NuStep’s low impact, smooth-stepping motion and adjustable resistance, make it easy to use.
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.
And for those with limited mobility, the swivel seat allows access from various angles. The user-controlled stride length and multiple resistance levels allows users to adjust their workout as they progress.
For those living with paralysis, 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 makes 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 for easier transfers. In addition, a sturdy grab bar and the StrideLock feature add stability and safety for users while accessing the NuStep.
Finally, pairing the NuStep with our adaptive equipment and accessories allows users to secure their legs, hands and torso for added stability while exercising.