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FASSI SPORT


Endurance by Body-Solid E5000 Elliptical Trainer


Endurance Center Drive elliptical trainers offer a blend of research, engineering, performance, and technology. Patented technologies have been applied to provide a stable, space-efficient platform to perform rigorous low-impact, full-body workouts. The combination of a natural stride, quality manufacturing, and superior programming have created the latest evolution in cardio training. The E5000 uses an internal generator, eliminating any power requirement. Designed for extreme durability, the E5000 offers a commercial warranty.


Manufacturer’s list price: $2,875.00 BRUDDEN TECHNOLOGY


425A Arc Trainer


The CYBEX 425A Arc Trainer has been designed to provide a solution for light- commercial applications. It meets and complements a facility’s needs with its compact footprint, elegant design, and easy-to-use features. Combining elements of a skier, elliptical, stepper, and hiker, the 425A Arc Trainer makes it possible for users to focus on their specific fitness needs, and can facilitate a virtually unlimited number of workout combinations. The 425A’s remarkable versatility satisfies every club-member population.


Manufacturer’s list price: $4,995.00


NEW EX 07


The EX07 elliptical from Fassi Sport employs a Seesaw Motion Pad System to manage the ergonomic pedal angles, while twin-stride tuning provides an easy, electronic stride adjustment. An innovative system and magnetic resistance link the movement of the upper-body handles and that of the leg pedals to ensure that the upper body isn’t simply pulled by the legs, but, instead, must work on its own to obtain a total-body workout. Twenty resistance levels are offered.


FIRST DEGREE FITNESS, NORTH AMERICA


750AT Total Body Arc Trainer E610 Elliptical


E610 is a compact elliptical trainer that still permits large steps (18"), respecting ergonomic standards and simulating natural walking. It offers comfort and safety to users with an exclusive movement system that provides a smooth workout, independent of the training profile. A touch-screen panel enables exercisers to enjoy entertainment, and the E610 is very quiet.


The self-powered commercial CYBEX 750AT Arc Trainer combines elements of a climber, hiker, and skier to produce a variety of workout combinations. By varying resistances and inclines, the same area can be targeted in different ways, to build muscle, burn calories, or both. The versatility of the high-end CYBEX Arc series allows health clubs to purchase one unit that will help all members reach their personal fitness goals.


Manufacturer’s list price: $7,995.00


E-720 Fluid Cycle XT - Multi- function Cycle / UBE Cross Trainer


The E-720 Fluid Resistance Cycle XT (Cross Trainer) combines the fun of cycling, an upper-body ergometer, and the added enhancement of First Degree Fitness’ patented Variable Resistance— producing an impressive total-body trainer. With 20 levels of variable adjustment, the machine is ideal for health clubs that want to attract a wide membership base, from sedentary individuals to elite athletes. The cross trainer is easy to use and offers workouts that are fun, providing cardio and strength training with high caloric burn.


Manufacturer’s list price: $3,399.00


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