NuStep TRS 4000 - Pre Owned
- Total body workout
- Swivel seat
- Natural recumbent stepping motion
- 10 workload levels
The Nustep T4 (aka TRS4000) Recumbent Cross Trainer is the best selling and most popular exercise bike for rehabilitation clinics, physical therapists, senior care centers, doctors and patient's homes. It's the most highly recommended exercise machine by physicians for older patients. The workout is a natural motion that is easy on the hip and knee joints in a biomechanically correct workout position. It allows for Total Body Conditioning of the cardiovascular and muscular systems. It has an adjustable swivel seat and upper arm components. The Nustep T4 also burns more calories than any other recumbent bikes as it engages all of the large muscle groups. Linear training is not only great for someone rehabilitating a knee or hip replacement but is is also the preferred method of cardiovascular and cardio pulmonary rehabilitation.
Nustep's ergonomic design combines a comfortable seated position with a smooth safe stepping motion. It provides simultaneous upper and lower body motion to work all the major muscle groups, helping all users to lose or maintain a healthy weight, build strength, increase bone density, improve balance and proprioception and improve their overall cardiovascular fitness.
The Nustep T4 simulates a natural walking motion while synergistically incorporating the upper and lower body. Its ergonomic design accommodates a wide demographic and can withhold a weight capacity up to 400lbs. Safety was a primary concern with this model was engineered. As a result it includes a swivel seat for easy transfer. The TRS 4000 also features a simple user friendly console.
The T4 is one of the preferred pieces in physical therapy clinics all over the world. This equipment will ensure a safe and effective treatment of individuals within a wide range of ability levels. The TRS 4000 provides treatment flexibility for therapists and a greater feeling of control and independence for patients if they are using this equipment in the comfort of their home. This cross trainer makes great compliment for users once they have been discharged so they do not lose any functional gains they have acquired in physical therapy.
The Nustep TRS 4000 is self generating and quiet during operation.
OverviewTotal body conditioning of the cardiovascular and muscular systems
Use arms alone, legs alone, or both
Closed-kinetic chain exercise
Simple, one-button start and reset, automatic power on/off
Natural recumbent stepping motion is easy on the hip and knee joints
Low 7”–9” step-through height for easy access
Bio-mechanically correct workout position
Contra-lateral movement – arm linked with opposite leg
Smooth, fully connected motion between arms and legs
User-selected stepping height from 2”–8.5”
Quiet, hybrid brake current system with 10 workload levels
User power output from 5–800 watts
Spring-loaded idlers automatically adjust belt tension
Durable, heavy-duty 14-gauge welded steel frame
Powder-coated frame and zinc plated components resist rust
Four-point contact with the floor and leveling feet increase stability
Lift unit with front handle and rear wheels
Strong, impact-resistant polystyrene cover is easy to clean
Anodized aluminum arms with extra-long, comfortable hand grips
Ergonomically correct hand position
Long, 15” (38 cm) arm adjustment range
Seat and Arm Rests
Swivel seat rotates and locks 90* to left or right, 180* total
Foam-covered seat and swivel release levers work from front, sides or back
Seat slides and adjusts smoothly
15” (38 cm) forward/backward travel automatically adjusts seat height 2” (5 cm) up and down
Ergonomically designed padded seat has contoured back support
User may select English or metric measurement system.
Optional Polar® system (Part No. 50813) measures heart rate 40–220 BPM /- 2
Cordless design uses 4 AA alkaline batteries. Rechargeable batteries are not recommended due to voltage requirements of the display.
|Length||60” (152 cm)|
|Width||28” (71 cm)|
|Height||43” (109 cm)|
|Weight||205 lbs (93 kg)|
|Height||4’6” to 6’4”|
|Steps per minute||5–210|
|Time||Starts at 0, counts up|
|Workload||10 workload levels|
|Calories||Up to 999 KCal|