The NuStep recumbent trainers are incredible pieces of kit that can help to increase the strength of your leg muscles as well as build up the intensity of the workout that you can do. It is designed to allow those of us recovering from hip, knee or shoulder surgery, a cardiac event, stroke or spinal cord injury to have an active work out without difficulty.
But how exactly does the NuStep recumbent cross trainer work? Well, we want to take a deeper look at these amazing machines, so that you can see what they can do for you!
What Does The NuStep Do?
We’ll start this off by looking at what the NuStep cross trainer actually does, as that will give you a brief introduction into how it works and why you may need one.
In essence, the various different NuStep products are exercise machines that are designed to give your arms and legs a full workout. However, they are much more than just your run-of-the-mill gym equipment.
NuStep has been designed to ensure that they work for absolutely everyone!
No matter whether you have difficulties with your hips or joints, or have almost any other mobility difficulties, the NuStep range can still allow you to get a good workout. This will help to keep your muscles strong and improve blood circulation throughout your body.
What Makes The NuStep Work?
Most recumbent cross trainers will force your knees and arms into slightly awkward positions, meaning that they can put a strain on your joints. This means that they are not suitable for those with joint pains and other mobility challenges.
NuStep uses a completely different drive belt in the machines, allowing for far more natural movement of the joints. This unique and specifically designed drive system has a low inertia start up, meaning that you won’t feel any pain or discomfort as the NuStep begins to work. On top of that, the fact that you can control the step length means that the NuStep can be tailored to your specific needs.
At Home Use
Another great benefit of the NuStep is that it is suitable for home use, due to the extremely quiet drive train compared to other recumbent and cross trainers. This means that you can get a full body workout in the comfort of your own home.
As well as being suitable for use at home, the NuStep’s drive train and adjustable seat means that it is perfectly suited for use within fitness centres and rehabilitation clinics.
By working over the entire body’s muscles whilst also mimicking the natural movement of the legs, the NuStep is able to help your body get used to these movements once again. As such, it can be of great assistance when trying to regain the full capabilities of your arms or legs during rehabilitation.
For a fitness centre, the benefits of NuStep are numerous, as the full body workout that it provides can help with weight loss, the general improvement of health and also the transition period after physiotherapy.
How Do You Know If NuStep Is Right For You?
The easiest way to find out whether a NuStep recumbent cross trainer is the right thing for you is to try it out. We have given free demos to countless people who have all fallen in love with the NuStep!
The smooth and natural movement, coupled with the low noise and low inertia mean that it is perfect for almost anyone.
If you would like to know more about NuStep and how it can help you, you can get in touch with us through our contact form here, or by calling 01733 342242 today.
We have a team of experts who know the NuStep range inside and out, and can help you to find the right recumbent cross trainer for you. Then, we can arrange a demonstration for you so that you can actually try the NuStep out before you buy.
This way, you’ll be able to see just how revolutionary and life changing the NuStep really is. So why not take the first step and look through our range of NuStep cross trainers here, then get in touch to book yourself in for a free demonstration?