Bowflex Treadclimber 5000
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Bowflex Treadclimber 5000
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Table of Contents
Important Safety Instructions.....1 Product Specifications......2 Before You Assemble.....3 Basic Assembly Principles....3 Select Your Workout Area.....3 Machine Mat.....3 Parts......4 Hardware......6 Assembly......7 Put the Treadles on the Base.....7 Connect the Speed and Step Sensor Wires....8 Lock the Treadles.....9 Attach the Drive Belt....9 Attach the Uprights....10 Attach the Upright Junction Covers....11 Attach the Console/Handlebar Assembly....12 Attach the Cosmetic Plugs....13 Attach the Hydraulic Cylinders....13 Inspect the Assembly.....14 Attach the Frame Covers.....14 Attach the Rear Cover.....15 Attach the Drive Covers.....15 Attach the Side Foot Support Platforms....16 Apply Decals.....16 Final Inspection.....17 Attach the Power Cord.....17 Speed Sensor Verification (TC1000 only).... 18 Calibration (TC3000 & TC5000)....19 If Calibration Fails.....20 Explanation of Calibration Display Messages....20 Exploded Views......21
Important Safety Instructions
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Obey the following warnings:
Read and understand all warnings on this machine. Carefully read and understand the Assembly Manual. Keep bystanders and children away from the product you are assembling at all times. D o not connect power supply to the machine until instructed to do so. D o not assemble this machine outdoors or in a wet or moist location. M ake sure assembly is done in an appropriate work space away from foot traffic and exposure to bystanders. S ome components of the machine can be heavy or awkward. Use a second person when doing the assembly steps involving these parts. Do not do steps that involve heavy lifting or awkward movements on your own. Set up this machine on a solid, level, horizontal surface. D o not try to change the design or functionality of this machine. This could compromise the safety of this machine and will void the warranty.
f replacement parts are necessary, use only genuine Nautilus replacement parts and hardware. I Failure to use genuine replacement parts can cause a risk to users, keep the machine from operating correctly and void the warranty. o not use the machine until the machine has been fully assembled and inspected for correct D performance in accordance with the Owners Manual. R ead and understand the complete Owners Manual supplied with this machine before first use. Keep the Owners and Assembly Manuals for future reference. D o all assembly steps in the sequence given. Incorrect assembly can lead to injury.
Physical Dimensions Length Width Height Assembled Weight Shipping Weight System Capacities Maximum Weight Capacity Speed
TC1000 TC3000 and TC5000
46 in. (117 cm) 28.5 in. (72.5 cm) 55.25 in. (140.5 cm) 185 lbs. (84 kg) 220 lbs. (100 kg)
300 lbs (136 kg) 0.5 to 3.8 mph (0.8 to 6.1 kmh ) 0.7 to 4.0 mph (1.1 to 6.4 kmh)
Treadmill Incline Workout Resistance Levels Warranty Length
1 to 12 See the Warranty sheet for full information per machine type. 7.75 in. x 38.5 in. (19.5 cm x 98 cm) 0.5 hp continuous duty Powder-coated steel 95 to 130 VAC 50 - 60 Hz 12A Max
Component Specifications Belt Motor Frame Operational Voltage Operational Current
Regulatory Approvals Marks c-ETL-US The standard for Safety for Motor-Operated Massage and Exercise Machines UL 1647, 3rd Ed. and Motor-Operated Appliances CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 68-92
Before You Assemble
Basic Assembly Principles
Here are a few basic assembly tips that can make assembly of the Bowflex TreadClimber exercise machine quick and easy. 1. ather the pieces needed for each step prior to starting the step. G 2.urning towards the right tightens all the bolts and locknuts on your Bowflex TreadClimber. Turning towards the left, T loosens them. 3. ll of the tools needed for assembly of your Bowflex TreadClimber exercise machine have been included. These tools A are only designed for one use. If damaged, substitute any commonly available 9/16 wrench and #2 screwdriver. Note: utility knife or scissors is necessary during the unpacking and assembly process A (not included).
Select Your Workout Area
Select where you are going to put your Bowflex TreadClimber exercise machine carefully. The best place for your TreadClimber machine is on a hard, level surface. You will need at least 20 inches (0.5 meters) on each side and in front of your TreadClimber machine, and at least 36 inches (0.75 meters) behind it for dismount. Make sure that the location you choose has a 10A power outlet within reach of the TreadClimber machine power cord, preferably to the right side of the machine where you will be less likely to step on the cord during dismount. Note: he TreadClimber machine is designed to plug into a grounded, non-GFI outlet only. To determine if your outlet T or circuit breaker is GFI, look for a test and reset button on them. If they have the test and reset button, it is a GFI outlet or circuit breaker. Further, if you ever perform any repairs on your TreadClimber machine that require you to lay it on its side, you will need at least 60 inches (1.5m) to one side of your workout area.
The Bowflex TreadClimber Machine Mat is an optional accessory for the TreadClimber machine that helps keep your workout area free from debris and dust. The rubber machine floor mat provides a non-slip surface when mounting and dismounting the TreadClimber machine, limits static discharge when you touch the machine, and greatly reduces the possibility of display or running errors. A rubberized mat will protect your flooring when you are performing repairs or maintenance. Put your Bowflex TreadClimber Machine Mat in your selected workout area before beginning assembly to protect your floors and your TreadClimber machine from damage.
Box 1 contains:
Qty: 1 Descr: ontrol Panel/Handlebar Assembly C
Qty: 1 Descr: ear Cover R
Qty: 2 Descr: lastic Upright Junction Covers P
Qty: 2 Descr: Left and ight Side Foot Support Platform R
Qty: 1 Descr: eft Side Plastic Frame Cover L
Qty: 1 Descr: ight Side Plastic Frame Cover R
Qty: 1 Descr: ight Side Plastic Drive Cover R
Qty: 1 Descr: eft Side Plastic Drive Cover L
Qty: 2 Descr: eft & Right L Hydraulic Cylinder
Qty: 1 Descr: Left Upright Support
Qty: 1 Descr: Right Upright Support
Box 1 also contains:
Qty:1 Owners Manual Bag Contains the following:
Qty:1 Assembly Hardware Bag Contains the following:
he Bowflex TreadClimber Assembly Guide and Owners T Manual (1) Drive Belt Power Cord (2) Treadle Decals 2) Drive Cover Decals ( readClimber Safety Key *Note: TC1000 Safety Key plugged T into console for shipping. eart Rate Monitor Chest Strap (TC5000 Only) H (1) #2 Phillips Screw Driver
1) 2 Phillips Screwdriver ( # 2) 5/16" x 1 1/2" Button Head Screw ( 1) 3/16" Hex Key ( 12) 5/16" Flat Washers SAE (smaller O.D.) ( 1) 5/32" Hex Key ( ( ) 5/16" Acorn Nut 2 (1) 9/16" Open End Wrench 6) 1/4" x 1" Flat Head Screw ( 2) 5/16" Flat Washers ( ( ) 3/8" Cosmetic Plugs 4 14) 5/16" x 1" Button Head Screw ( 16) #10 Phillips (
Note: ccasionally extra parts are included. O
Box 2 contains the TreadClimber treadles
Qty: 1 Descr: TreadClimber Treadle Assembly
Box 3 contains the TreadClimber base
Qty: 1 Descr: TreadClimber Base Assembly Manual
Qty: 6 Descr: 1/4 x 1 Flat Head Screw
Qty: 2 Descr: 5/16 x 1 1/2 Button Head Screw
Qty: 16 Descr: #10 Phillips Head Screw
Qty: 14 Descr: 5/16 x 1 Button Head Screw
Qty: 2 Descr: 5/16 Flat Washer
Qty: 12 Descr: 5/16 Flat Washer SAE
Qty: 4 Descr: 3/8 Cosmetic Plugs
Qty: 2 Descr: 5/16 Acorn Nut
Qty: 1 Descr: #2 Phillips Screwdriver
Qty: 1 Descr: 3/16 Hex Key
Qty: 1 Descr: 9/16 Open End Wrench
Qty: 1 Descr: 5/32 Hex Key
Qty: 1 Descr: Drive Belt
Qty: 1 Descr: Safety Key with Clip (Models TC3000 & TC5000 only.)
Step 1: Put the Treadles on the Base
TreadClimber Base Assembly TreadClimber Treadle Assembly (4) 3/8 X 1 1/4 Hex Bolts (preassembled) Figure 1-1
Note: Hardware is only hand tightened. Finish tightening the hardware in Step 1-5 below.
9/16 Open End Wrench (included) Scissors or other cutting tool Ruler
Note: This step requires two people. 1-1 Unlock the latch lever (see Figure 1-1). 1-2 With assistance, lower the tower treadle assembly onto base. 1-3 Align roller casting flush to the base (See Figure 1-2) 1-4 se a ruler to center the treadles between the upright U bases. 1-5 ighten the (4) 3/8 x 1 1/4 Hex Bolts on the rear roller T casting and base with the 9/16 open end wrench (See Figure 1-3). Note: Tighten the outside bolts on the rear roller casting first, then the inner bolts. 1-6 Cut the treadle zip tie located underneath the treadles. Figure 1-2 Roller casting aligned to lie flush on base
Step 2: onnect the Speed Sensor Wires C
readClimber Base and Treadle assembly from Step 1 T 2-1 Find the wires labeled Speed Sensor Wire and connect them (see Figure 2-1). The Speed Sensor is located directly above the Speed Sensor Wire. Speed Wire Figure 2-1
Step 3: onnect the Step Sensor Wires C
readClimber Base and Treadle assembly from Step 2 T
Note: he TC1000 is not equipped with the step sensor function. Tuck T the unused step sensor wire through the hole in frame and continue to the next step. 3-1 Connect the Step Sensor Wires (See Figure 3-1). Push any excess wire through holes in frame (See Figure 3-2). Figure 3-1
Step 4: Lock the Treadles
readClimber Base and Treadle assembly from Step 3 T 4-1 up the treadles parallel to each other. Line 4-2 the locking lever down and to the left and then up into Move the locked position until it clicks (See Figure 4-1). 4-3 the front of the machine, press down on each treadle From individually until they lock into the down position. treadles might unlock during workout if they are not fully engaged. The Figure 4-1 Lever in locked position
Step 5: Attach the Drive Belt
readClimber Base and Treadle assembly from Step 4 T 1) Drive Belt ( 3/16 Hex Key (included) Figure 5-1
5-1 Position the drive belt over the roller pulley and the motor pulley (See Figure 5-1). 5-2 ake sure that the belt is installed correctly into the grooves M of the pulleys (See Figure 5-2). 5-3 emove the motor shipping bolt from the motor pan with R the 3/16 hex key (See Figure 5-3). Note: emoving the shipping bolt will make the drive belt tight with R spring-loaded tension. Be sure to keep the bolt in a safe place in case the machine must be disassembled for shipping or part replacement. 5-4 ut the unit in the upright position. P Figure 5-2
Step 6: Attach the Uprights
readClimber Base and Treadle assembly from Step 5 T (1) Left Upright Support & Hydraulic Cylinder (1) ight Upright Support & Hydraulic Cylinder R (2) 5/16 x 1 Button Head Screws Figure 6-1 3/16 Hex Key
6-1 Install a 5/16 x 1 button head screw halfway into the outside of the left and right lower upright brackets of the base assembly (See Figure 6-1). 6-2 the left upright on the left upright bracket (see Figure Put 6-2) so that it rests on the button head screw (Figure 6-3). The cylinder bracket will be at the top and face the rear of the machine. Note: ake sure the decal on the upright support faces outward from M the machine. 6-3 Repeat on the opposite side. Figure 6-2 - Right upright shown
Step 7: Attach the Upright Junction Covers
readClimber Base and Treadle assembly from Step 6 T (2) Plastic Upright Junction Covers
7-1 the plastic upright junction cover on the top of the left Put upright support (See Figure 7-1). Note: ake sure the plastic upright junction cover extends M to the rear of the machine. 7-2 Repeat on opposite side. Figure 7-1
Step 8: ttach the Console/ A Handlebar Assembly
TreadClimber Base and Treadle assembly from Step 7 Console/Handlebar Assembly (6) 5/16 x 1 Button Head Screws (6) 5/16 Flat Washers SAE 3/16 Hex Key (included)
Note: This step requires two people. 8-1 ift and position the console/handlebar assembly above L the upright supports (See Figure 8-1). 8-2 the console/handlebar assembly cable through the Put top of the right upright support (See Figure 8-2). Make sure that the cable extends through the bottom of the right upright. 8-3 both sides of the console/handle bar brackets into the Put tops of the upright supports at the same time. Do not crimp the cable. 8-4 Tighten the hardware with the 3/16 hex key (See Figure 8-3). 8-5 Connect the cable from the upright support to the cable on the right side of the base upright bracket (See Figure 8-4). 8-6 One person will hold the Console/Handlebar assembly while the second person removes the 5/16 x 1 button head screw at the base of the support from each side. 8-7 Lower the upright on to the upright bracket base. Do not crimp the cables. Drop the upright until flush with the base frame. 8-8 ttach the upright with (6) 5/16 x 1 button head screws A and (6) 5/16 flat washers SAE. Note: ighten the front (2) screws first (1 per upright) and then T the (4) side screws, two per outer side of upright (See Figure 8-5). Figure 8-4 Figure 8-3 Figure 8-2
Step 9: Attach the Cosmetic Plugs
(4) Cosmetic Plugs 9-1 Insert the cosmetic plugs into the holes on the inside of the left upright support (See Figure 9-1). 9-2 Repeat on opposite side. Figure 9-1
Step 10: Attach the Hydraulic Cylinders
TreadClimber Base and Treadle assembly from Step 9 (2) 5/16 x 1 1/2 Button Head Screws (2) 5/16 Acorn Nuts (2) 5/16 x 1 Button Head Screws (preassembled) (2) 5/16 Flat Washers (preassembled) Figure 10-1
3/16 Hex Key (included) 9/16 Open End Wrench (included)
Note: This step requires two people. 10-1ttach the hydraulic cylinder to the upright bracket with (1) 5/16x 1 1/2 A Button Head Screw and (1) 5/16 Acorn Nut (Figure 10-1). Note: ake sure that the single white arrow, located on the Workout Level M Setting Dials at the top of the hydraulic cylinders, is pointing up and to the rear of the machine. 10-2emove the pre-installed (1) 5/16 x 1 Button Head Screw and (1) 5/16 R Flat Washer from treadle. Lift treadle and slide the lower shock eyelet onto the treadle stud. 10-3ttach the hydraulic cylinder with the (1) 5/16 x 1 button head screw A and (1) 5/16 flat washer (Figure 10-2). 10-4ighten the hardware with the Hex Key and Open End Wrench. T Figure 10-2
Step 11: Inspect the Assembly
11-1 Remove the plastic film from the console face. 11-2 nspect all of the attachments and securely tighten all of I the bolts before proceeding to Step 12.
Step 12: Attach the Frame Covers
readClimber Base and Treadle assembly from Step 11 T (1) Left Plastic Frame Cover (1) ight Plastic Frame Cover R (6) #10 Phillips Head Screws #2 Phillips Head Screwdriver (included) Figure 12-1
12-1 ttach the left and right Plastic Frame Covers to the sides A of the base frame with (6) #10 Phillips Head Screws (3 per side) and the provided #2 Phillips screwdriver (See Figures 12-1 and 12-2). Figure 12-2
Step 13: Attach the Rear Cover
readClimber Base and Treadle assembly from Step 12 T (1) Rear Cover Figure 13-1
(4) #10 Phillips Head Screws
#2 Phillips Head Screwdriver (included) 13-1 ttach the rear cover to the back of the frame with the (4) A #10 Phillips Head Screws (2 per side) and the provided #2 Phillips Head Screwdriver (See Figure 13-1 and 13-2).
Step 14: Attach the Drive Covers
readClimber Base and Treadle assembly from Step 13 T (1) Left Plastic Drive Cover (1) ight Plastic Drive Cover R (6) #10 Phillips Head Screws #2 Phillips Head Screwdriver (included) Figure 14-1
14-1 ttach the left and right Plastic Drive Covers to the sides of the A base with (6) #10 Phillips Head Screws (3 per side) and the provided #2 Phillips screwdriver (See Figures 14-1). Install upper screw first. Note: Do not tighten hardware until all screws have been installed.
Step 15: ttach the Side Foot A Support Platforms
readClimber Base and Treadle assembly from Step 14 T (1) Left Foot Support Platform (1) ight Foot Support Platform R (6) 1/4 x 1 Flat Head Screws 5/16 Hex Key (included) Figure 15-1
15-1 ttach the right and left side foot support platforms to each treadle A with (6) 1/4 x 1 Flat Head Screws (3 per side). (See Figures 15-1 and 15-2.) Figure 15-2
Step 16:Apply Decals
readClimber Base and Treadle assembly from Step 15 T (2) Treadle Decals (2) Drive Cover Decals #2 Phillips Head Screwdriver (included)
Drive decal 1 per side Treadle decal 1 per side
16-1 Clean the application surface with a wet cloth and dry thoroughly with a towel. 16-2 emove the backing on the decal. R 16-3 Center the decal on the appropriate application surfaces (See Figure 16-1) for locations. 16-4 ub the decal onto the surface to force out the air bubbles. R
Illustration 16-A: TreadClimber Drive and Treadle Decals
Step 17: Final Inspection
17-1 Inspect your machine to ensure that all fasteners are tight and components are properly assembled. sure to record the machine serial number in the Be Owners Manual. D o not use or put the machine into service until the machine has been fully assembled and inspected for correct performance in accordance with the Owners Manual.
Step 18: Attach the Power Cord
18-1 ake sure that the Power Switch is in the Off postition. M 18-2 arefully insert the power cord into the A/C inlet at the rear of C the base unit (See Figure 18-1). NOTICE: Always plug cord into the base before plugging into the wall outlet. Note: The TreadClimber machine plugs into any standard, grounded (three-prong) wall outlet. N EVER remove the grounding prong from the power plug and never use a two-prong adapter without a grounding wire.
A/C inlet Power switch
Step 19: erify (TC1000 only) or Calibrate (TC3000 & TC5000) V
D o not use the machine for exercise purposes without completing Calibration (TC3000/5000) or Speed Sensor Verification (TC1000). It is important to calibrate (TC3000/5000) or verify speed sensor operation (TC1000) after a power outage or after any electrical repair or replacement. Failure to follow this procedure prior to use could result in machine failure and could cause injury. Do not stand on the Walking Belts during calibration or speed sensor verification. During the entire process, stand on the side foot support platforms or beside the machine.
Speed Sensor Verification (TC1000 only)
19-1 Insert yellow safety key, plug the power cord into a wall outlet, and turn on the red Power Switch at the rear of machine. (See Figure 19A.) 19-2 Standing to the left of the machine, activate the Start/ Stop switch. Belts should begin moving within a few seconds. 19-3 Allow belts to continue to turn for at least 15 seconds (elapsed time will be displayed on Console). If belts stop, note any error codes displayed on Console and turn power off at rear of machine. Contact customer service for assistance immediately at 1-800-605-3369. 19-4 Push FASTER button until SPEED display reads 1.5. Verify that belt speed increases and then holds constant at new speed. Remove safety key. Belts should slow to a complete stop. 19-5 19-6 Replace safety key. Belts should remain stopped. 19-7 Push RESET button on Console. Your TC1000 is now ready to use. Review Owners Manual for operating instructions.
Figure 19A Main Power Switch On
NOTICE: If your TreadClimber machine does not operate correctly as described in the above steps, do not use machine. Contact Customer Service for assistance immediately at 1-800-605-3369.
Figure 19B TC1000 Faster Button
Calibration (TC3000 & TC5000)
Note: During calibration, observe the walking belt alignment. Belts do not need to be perfectly centered, but if they are far enough from center to cause a scraping sound, follow the Belt Alignment instructions in the Owners Manual. 19-1 Plug the power cord into the the wall outlet. Turn on the red Power Switch at the rear of the machine (see Figure 19A). 19-2 Stand on the side foot support platforms or beside the machine. DO NOT STAND ON THE WALKING BELTS. 19-3 Press and hold down the POWER and SLOWER buttons. 19-4 nsert the Safety Key. I Note: If the Safety Key is not fully inserted into the safety keyhole, the TreadClimber machine will not operate.
Figure 19C TC5000 Power & Slower Buttons
19-5 Release the POWER and SLOWER buttons. The TIME display will show CAL, PrSS,Strt. 19-6 Press the START/STOP button to start calibration. Note: The belts will start and stop and the displays will show various numbers that relate to the calibration process. Do NOT interrupt calibration. If calibration is interrupted, turn off the power switch at the rear of machine and go back to Calibration Step 19-1.
1. Press POWER 2.
19-7 Calibration will take about 30 seconds. When calibration has completed, belts will stop and calibration results will show in the TIME display. 19-8 the display shows CAL PASS or CAL DONE, remove If and re-insert the safety key. Machine is ready to use. Review Owners Manual for operating instructions. If the display shows CAL FAIL or any other message, do not use machine. Contact Customer Service for assistance immediately at 1-800-605-3369.
Figure 19D TC3000 Power & Slower Buttons
Note: uring calibration the 30 meter LED on the TC5000 D signifies the belt speed sensor, 305 meters LED is the step sensor. Some models of the TC 3000 will show the step sensor in the DISTANCE window as a heart and the speed sensor in the SPEED window as a heart.
If Calibration Fails (Screen Displays Cal Fail Message):
This error usually indicates that the console is unable to determine the speed of the belts. Take the following steps: 1. Unplug the unit and remove the three back covers. 2. eave plastic covers off and contact customer care for assistance immediately at 1-800-605-3369. L
Explanation of Calibration Display Messages (for information only):
During calibration, the TIME display will show you text messages updating you as to the status of calibration. When there is no text message in the TIME display window, the other displays will show the following: HEART RATE (TC5000 Only) will show the status of the motor control relay. ON signifies the power relay is on and energizing the motor. OFF signifies the motor control relay is off and not energizing the motor. CALORIES/CAL PER MIN will show the version number of the software. TIME ill show either a text message regarding auto-calibration (d0nE, Strt, etc.) or the actual Pulse Width w Modulation (PWM) number (a number that provides digital information about base unit functions to the console) if START/STOP, FASTER or SLOWER is pressed during calibration. MILES/TOTAL STEPS (DISTANCE/MILES for TC3000) ill show the calibration of the total step count. w SPEED will display the actual belt speed during the calibration function.
Ordering Replacement Parts
Call a Bowflex TreadClimber Representative at 1-800-605-3369 to order replacement parts and get assistance with your specific replacement or service requirements.
TC1000 Console Assembly
Electronics Tether Housing Assembly
Limit Switch Tether Housing
Upright Junction Covers
Round Plug Plugs Upright Upright
R. Rear Belt Guide
(L. Rear Belt Guide Not Shown)
Front Roller Keeper
R. Outer Treadle Skin Front Roller Inner Treadle Skin (L & R) Front Roller Bracket L. Outer Treadle Skin Treadle Friction Block Inner Roller Bracket Single Roller Front Roller Bracket
Rear Roller Bracket Right Drive Bracket
Belt Guide Rear Roller Bracket
Bearing Foot Platform Shaft Spacer Bearing Drive Pulley Treadle Stop Bracket Left Drive Bracket Speed Sensor Drive Base Center M. Pivot Bushing Washer Kit*
Treadle Stop Blocks
Rear Drive Base
*Middle Pivot Bushing/Washer Kit: (4) TC Igus Bearing (8) TC Igus Washer (4) TC Treadle Pivot Bushing
Safety Plate Latch Arm Latch Offset Bracket Red Cap Motor Control Board Cover
Locking Latches Motor Control Board (MCB)
Lever Latch Bracket
Right Frame Cover
Right Drive Cover
Left Frame Cover
Left Drive Cover
Low monthly payments of $38.00! If not satisfied, return within 6 weeks. Our Best Seller The TC5000 offers 8 state-of-the-art electronic functions for fast and easy weight loss. These fully integrated electronics, including a wireless heart rate monitor, enable you to monitor every aspect of your workout - and achieve maximum results - Get the body you want in half the time. Parts - 3 Years; Electronics - 3 Years; Hydraulics - 2 Years) - Backed by a Bowflex 100% Satisfaction Guarantee (call for details) - Some assembly required. Assembly, TreadClimber, Climber, Bowflex TreadClimber, TC5000, Exercise Equipment, Fitness Equipment, Bowflex, Home Fitness, Exercise Machine, Gym Equipment, Nautilus, Workout, Work Out, Personal Fitness - Why Run When You Can Walk - TreadClimber machine's dual platforms that rise separately to meet each step for a low impact workout. ,Reduce your exercise time with a super-efficient, low-impact workout. ,Stay in your optimal fat-burning zone with the Integrated Wireless Heart Rate Monitor. ,Tailor your workout specifically to your fitness and comfort level - from beginner to elite athlete - with 12 intensity settings. ,Monitor every aspect of your workout, including Speed, Time, Distance, Calories Burned, Calories-Per-Minute and Total Steps.
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