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IT COACHES. IT MOTIVATES. IT ENTERTAINS. STAR TRAC COACH™


Nike + iPod


STAR TRAC COACH™


Star Trac is proud to introduce the latest innovation in cardio fi tness – the Star Trac Coach™, a personalised treadmill workout led by a professional coach. Whether you’re a competitive runner or a daily walker, it helps you maximise your treadmill workout.


Over 1 million possible workouts ensure a different workout every time. With the push of a few simple buttons, runners and walkers can create a treadmill workout with varying intensity, terrain and endurance levels sure to provide an effi cient, effective and encouraging workout. To further enhance the user experience, the Star Trac Coach™ allows users to select their own background music from their iPod®


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a USB stick or the built-in soundtrack. This revolutionary technology is exclusively available on Star Trac’s E Series embedded screen treadmills. The Star Trac Coach™ takes the ordinary treadmill experience to a new level of engagement never seen before.


Come and see us on Stand H255 at Leisure Industry Week, 18th- 20th September 2012 at the NEC, Birmingham.


For more information contact Star Trac at +44 (0) 1494 688260 or uksales@startrac.com


©2012 Star Trac. All rights reserved. Star Trac, the Star Trac logo, Soft Trac, Dynamic Heart Rate Control are registered trademarks of Core Industries. Star Trac Coach is a trademark of Core Industries. iPod is a registered trademark of Apple, Inc.


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