FreeMotion i11.9 Incline Trainer
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Nate Aldrich
Price:  2000

In NEW Condition (used less than 20 times).

Burn MORE calories & lose MORE weight! The Fully Commercial FreeMotion i11.9 Incline Trainer will enhance the quality and enjoyment of your workout with different movement patterns to experience a superior workout with the ultimate in fitness innovation. The FreeMotion i11.9 Incline Trainer brings iFit Live™ Technology to life on the beautiful, Hi-Def full-color touch screen! Watch your progress in real time as you stroll through Central Park, jog in Paris or run the Boston Marathon. Plus, the incline and decline automatically adjust so you burn more calories, sculpt different muscles and enjoy more balanced workouts. Also featuring a Direct Rear Velocity System, built-in workouts, an extra-long, cushioned deck and quick workout controls, this incline trainer delivers everything you need for incredible training! The FreeMotion i11.9 Incline Trainer is driven by a one-of-a-kind, rear-drive motor system that delivers quality performance with the softest deck cushioning. Also featuring the DRVS™ motor system, the high-performance FreeMotion Treadmill provides users a comfortable running surface that is easy to use, while gym owners get a low-maintenance, reliable machine. With up to 30% incline, you will recruit more muscles on the FreeMotion i11.9 Incline Trainer Treadmill, targeting your quads and glutes. And, to perfect cadence and strengthen your legs for the downhill segments of the next marathon or 10K, the 3% decline adds variety and realistic training to any program. The lift motor, specifically designed for the Incline Trainer, delivers 1500 lbs. of lift force for consistent deck movement and stabilization. The FreeMotion i11.9 Incline Trainer is a premium, specialized cardio machine, that performs as an incline trainer or treadmill. Treadmills incline anywhere from 10% to 15% and the FreeMotion i11.9 inclines up to a gut-busting 30% tilt. Ordinary treadmills, even health club model treadmills, do not have a decline option for you to run down-hill.


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