Introducing the new PhysioTrainer PRO – Bi-Directional Electronically Controlled Upper Body Ergometer. The PhysioTrainer PRO is an affordable dual purpose upper and lower body trainer that can be used either on a table top or on the ground.
32 levels of electromagnetic resistance
A low maintenance poly belt drive which provide a quiet and smooth cycling motion
Low starting resistance of 8 WATTS and a max resistance of 220 WATTS
Offers a wide watt range which is ideal for a variety of cardiac and rehabilitation applications Adjustable cranks for both upper and lower body exercises
Features 360° swivel handles for upper body training and Orthopedic heel-cup pedals for lower body training
The interchangeable upper and lower body cranks allow for comfort and stability to patients based on their specific goals.
The PhysioTrainer PRO is portable and can be easily wheeled from one room to another using the swivelling transport handle
When the transport handle is in the stored position, it can be used as a handle to lift the PhysioTrainer PRO onto a table top
Compatible with UBE Table which provides a safe and stable training platform.
The adjustable-tilt 9” LCD display allows users to comfortably see the large screen and color-coded buttons during upper body and lower body workouts
During workouts users can easily adjust resistance with the touch of a button.
The sophisticated display has 21 built-in programs including: QuickStart, Heart Rate Controlled, Constant SPM & WATTS, Goal Set Calories & Distance, and 2 User Defined Customizable programs.
In customizable programs the user is prompted to set the resistance level from stage to stage for individualized training
Important information such as WATTS and METS are clearly shown on the main workout screen during workouts for visual motivation.
Once your workout is complete, the workout summary can be exported via USB for tracking progressive goals.
The simple USB Workout Report can be imported into excel for more advanced tracking.
Metrics such as totals, peaks and averages are recorded in the USB Workout Report.