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RST7000 Total Body Recumbent Stepper


Versatile and easy to use, this recumbent stepper features step- through access that facilitates easy and safe entry for all users. The ADA- compliant seat can be removed easily to provide wheelchair access. The comfortable, sturdy orthopedic foot beds with safety edge and optional foot straps keep the feet securely in place through the dependent step motion. Dual-position hand grips and user- defined stride lengths ensure comfort and safety. Options include swivel seat and range limiters.


SXT7000 Total Body Elliptical


The SXT7000 is a weight-bearing, total-body cross trainer using elliptical motion to provide non-impact exercise for individuals of all fitness levels. The SXT7000’s orthopedic foot beds with patented BioFlex technology are comfortable and sturdy. They move with the user’s natural motion and help eliminate hot spots and numbness by providing better circulation. The elliptical is complete with 200 resistance levels (adjustable in 0.1 increments) and Iso-Strength for advanced workouts.


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How Well Do You Know Your Customers?


These two reports will increase your knowledge and understanding of today’s health club consumer.


n The IHRSA Health Club Consumer Report: 2011 Health Club Activity,


Usage, Trends & Analysis This report, published in August by IHRSA and Sports Marketing Surveys, analyzes demographics and participation trends of American health club consumers and expands on profit center opportunities for club operators. Available as a PDF for $49.95 (IHRSA members) or $99.95 (non-members).


n The IHRSA Health Club Consumer Report: 2011 Health Club Activity,


Usage, Trends & Analysis – Tabular Data This supplement to The IHRSA Health Club Consumer Report: 2011 Health Club Activity, Usage, Trends & Analysis contains tabular data with in-depth breakouts by club type, gender, age, income, education level, and more. Available as a PDF for $69.95 (IHRSA members) or $139.95 (non-members).


Available for purchase at ihrsa.org/store. Questions? Contact store@ihrsa.org or call 800-228-4772 (US/Canada) or +1 617-951-0055 (International) ext. 117.


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SXT7000e2 Total Body Elliptical with Easy Entry


The SXT7000e2 total-body elliptical trainer features the Easy Entry system, making it simple for anyone to enter and exit the machine using a sturdy step (which cuts the step-up height in half) and full side handrails. Comfortable orthopedic foot beds move to recruit stabilizing muscles and accommodate the user’s gait, thereby minimizing foot stress and ankle strain. The elliptical’s bidirectional resistance, coupled with the Iso-Strength program, provides a total-body strength and cardio workout.


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