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Star Trac Pro Cross Trainer

$ 1,995.00

Now you can have it both ways.  The new Star Trac Pro & Elite CrossTrainer is the first machine to integrate strength training into a cardio workout. The product of Star Trac's partnership with BMW Group DesignworksUSA, this used Elite CrossTrainer features our SelectFit technology.

 At the push of a button the user can choose from a pushing or pulling upper body motion, working tow distinctly different muscle groups.  The upper body motion can even be disengaged for a focused lower body workout. Star Trac Elliptical

Features:

  • SelectFit™ provides the unique benefit of choosing either a pulling or pushing upper body motion to  offer a total body workout
  • Disengage Upper Body Arms to provide a  targeted, lower body workout
  • Unique Programs including Total Body Workout, which provides variety in resistance and upper body position, resulting in a true total body workout
  • Soft Trac® pedals provide ultimate shock-absorbing comfort throughout the entire workout
  • Efficient Footprint and Approachable, Stable Platform with minimal step-up height for easy access from all angles
  • Star Trac's Popular Personal Fan creates a more rewarding workout
  • User-Friendly Console featuring large message  window, motivational track, 8 user-specific workout programs and multiple cup and accessory holders

 

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Model Number: 6230

Overall Dimensions: 70" l x 27" w x 67" h (177.8 x 68.6 x 170.2 cm)

Overall Weight: 450 lbs (204 kg)

User Weight Capacity: 350 lbs (159 kg)

Pedal Size: 17.5" l x 8" w, open ended (45 x 20 cm)

Distance Between Pedals: 3" (7.62 cm)

Step-up Height: 5" (12.7 cm)

Electrical: Self-contained power supply, no external power needed. An AC adapter is optional

Certification: UL/CSA or CE

Colors: Frame: Weatherable Silver Shrouds: Slate Gray Accents: Black

Resistance: 20 levels of intensity

HR Monitoring: Polar ® Telemetry and Contact Heart Rate System

Readouts: 16-character message window; Dedicated: Time, strides per minute, heart rate, course profile, resistance level, 1/4-mile motivational track display; Scrolling: Calories, calories/hour, watts, distance, speed, METs

Programs: 8 programs including Quick Start, Dynamic Heart Rate Control, Constant Heart Rate Control, Total Body Workout

Standard Features: Personal cooling fan, Soft Trac pedals, dedicated heart rate display, upper body motion with SelectFit technology, entertainment ready, FitLinxx® certified

Wireless Data Transfer: Pro Partner™ technology communicates via infrared (IR) beam with Palm OS® software

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