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SportsArt Green System


SportsArt Fitness will be launching its Green System, designed to turn human energy into usable power, at Leisure Industry Week (LIW) 2012. The system uses a pod of fitness products attached to an inverter that harnesses human- generated power from exercisers. This feeds back to the power grid as usable energy. SportsArt claims this is the first


‘plug and play’ solution of its kind to offset costs using human energy.


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Power Plate’s pro7 with stabilising technology


Power Plate International will be launching the pro7 machine with integrated video coaching at LIW 2012. The model includes a touch-screen and pro-motion technology, designed to give users a personalised workout. It comes with pre-programmed video workout guides and access to more than 1,000 exercise videos and 250 progressive full-body workouts. It has a large base platform area for varied exercises and has ‘stax’ technology designed to provide stability, support and a good transfer of vibrations.


CardioWall to offer fun workout games


Rugged Interactive has launched a giant interactive training wall. The CardioWall is designed to offer an all-over workout while providing mental stimulation and entertainment. It comprises a tough, moulded panel with a number of bullet-proof, interactive LED pads. The multi-user wall has touch pads and a range of programmes designed to challenge hand-eye co-ordination, endurance, core strength, reactions and flexibility. Interactive games include Clearout and Chaser reaction tests.


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Octane LateralX movement to copy life


Octane Fitness will be releasing the LateralX (LX8000) at LIW 2012. The self-powered cross-trainer is designed to move smoothly from a vertical elliptical stepping motion to a side-to-side motion, intended to mimic everyday life movement. Combining low-impact elliptical and lateral motion, the machine’s total- body workouts give movement in three planes – front to back, side to side and rotational – for customised, functional exercise. The LateralX offers 10 variable lateral width settings and new workouts, including quad power and thigh toner.


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