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Life Fitness 9500 Next Gen Elliptical

$ 1,995.00

The Life Fitness 9500 Next Generation cross-trainers are one of the industry's smoothest, most comfortable total body cardiovascular machines. This is the second generation of front-drive crosstrainers from Life Fitness.  After months of research, engineering and testing, Life Fitness's biomechanical engineers and product designers created the perfect elliptical exercise equipment for your fitness facility.  These elliptical cross -trainers deliver an optimal result in minimal time through smooth, low-impact elliptical striding and synchronized upper body motion.This extremely popular total -body machines keeps your fitness business running smooth, too, regardless of your machines' daily demands.

 

• Lifepulse on moving arms and Polar telemetry heart rate monitoring systems

• Upper- and lower-level console with:

- On-the-fly programming

- Hill Plus interval workouts

- Personal Trainer customizable workouts

- Customized cool down

- Convenient, dual, deep-pocket accessory trays

• Handlebar design allows users to exercise in a natural position

 

Our certified technicians carefully disassemble and diagnose every Cross-Trainer using a meticulous 22-point quality checklist. Next, we either CLEAN, DETAIL, INSPECT, REBUILD, REPAIR, or REPLACE every specific part or perform a combination of these steps. We deliver fully assembled, refurbished Cross-Trainers ready for your immediate use.

Powered completely by human movement, you can place these energy-efficient Cross-Trainers anywhere in your gym facility, with no electrical cords or outlets to consider.

 

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Performance Features DURABLE DESIGN
Quiet belt-drive system with proven reliable alternator resistance for long-term performance.
FASTEST GROWING EXERCISE CATEGORY
Popular smooth elliptical exercise meets the growing demands of increasing populations.
EXCEPTIONAL EASE OF USE
Easy-to-use total body Cross-Trainers require no learning curve.
TOTAL BODY WORKOUT
Upper-body pushing and pulling, combined with lower-body forward and reverse  movements, involve all major muscle groups for more benefits in less time, with less  perceived exertion.
LOW-IMPACT MOTION AND SUPERIOR FEEL
Fluid natural striding is the result of the closest-spaced pedals in the industry —  2.8 inches (7.1 cm) minimizing hip rotation that can cause lower-back stress.
LIFEPULSE DIGITAL HEART RATE MONITORING
Hand sensors strategically located within moving arm handles
HEART RATE MONITORING
Patented Lifepulse™ Digital Heart Rate Monitoring System, and Polar® Telemetry Heart Rate Monitoring
WORKOUTS
Interactive heart rate Zone Training® Workouts–Fat Burn and Cardio; Cross-Train Aerobics, Cross-Train Reverse, Hill, Random, Manual
DISPLAY READOUTS
Heart rate, elapsed time, total calories burned, calories burned per hour, watts, METs, workout profile, resistance level
DISPLAY TYPE
Large 16-character scrolling message center
STANDARD FEATURES
Accessory tray, reading rack and instructional placard, welded steel frame, 20 resistance levels
DIMENSIONS
76"L x 28"W x 70"H (193 cmL x 71, 1 cmW x 177, 8 cmH)
WEIGHT
356 lb (161 kg)
POWER REQUIREMENTS
Daisy chain up to 10 units on one outlet. Power requirements available in all major voltage configurations worldwide.
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