Fitness Centers

Investing In Your Fitness Center and Members

Adding NuStep recumbent cross trainers to your fitness center is an investment that is beneficial to you and your members.
The inclusive NuStep features a universal design that makes a full-body cardio and strength workout possible for virtually all users, including:

  • Elite athletes looking for a high-intensity workout
  • Older adults seeking optimal health as they age
  • Those battling obesity
  • Those transitioning from physical therapy

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Research: Validating Effectiveness

Research plays an integral role in validating the effectiveness of the NuStep recumbent cross trainer for a wide range of users.


“As we’ve expanded the use of the NuStep to the broader community, we’ve been really encouraged to hear the success stories of our participants and we’re really excited to see where this going take us in the future.

We’re really excited to see what it can do for the rest of the community in the future. We’ve been very, very fortunate to have it here in the building and hopefully, if given the opportunity, we’d like to help more people through using the NuStep.”

– Lisa Banks, Victoria, British Columbia

“Several years ago, I was ‘circling the drain.’ I weighed over 300 pounds and had excruciating pain in my arthritic feet. I could barely make it to my car after finishing a shift where I worked as an RN. I had started using a cane just to tolerate the pain.

“Following surgery, I used a NuStep T5 at the gym. Because the gym had a 30-minute time limit on the NuStep, I couldn’t use it as long as I wanted. So, we purchased a T5 and have never regretted it.”

“Today, I am up to 2 hours and 45 mins, or 9.5 miles, a day on the NuStep. In approximately 15 months, I lost 185 pounds, including what I lost just by surgery. I walk independent of a cane or walker, and I can get down on the floor and get up again by myself! I hadn’t been able to do that in over 20 years.”

– Susan Marchegiani, Sarasota, Florida