CS4.1 Cardio Strider - Featuring a Swivel Seat with Motorized Seat Height Adjustments
The unique linear path of the CS4.1 pedals greatly reduce knee stress while still engaging the user's leg muscles and glutes. The moving handlebars target the large muscles of the upper body for maximum calorie burn and conditioning. Twelve preset programs with 20 levels of resistance make the CS4 the perfect, full body workout for people of all fitness levels. Attain your fitness goals without compromising your joints. Being fit never felt so good!
Swivel Seat rotates 90* left and right, offering easy access
Motorized Seat Height Adjustment directly on screen, for ease of use
Silent Poly V Belt Drive System provides whisper quiet operation
Friction Free Electro-Magnetic Resistance System means no wearing parts
Friction Locking Handles for added adjustability
Fitness equipment typically offers heart-rate measurement, which is great for efficient weight loss, improving fitness for your favorite sport, exercising safely, and bettering your general cardiovascular health. Heart rate is monitored by contact and/or wireless telemetry. While the latter is considered more accurate, each system has advantages. Here’s a quick primer.
Contact heart-rate monitoring utilizes hand sensors in the handrail or handlebar. You grip the sensors for several seconds and your heart rate is shown on the console display in beats per minute. Contact heart rate is a good choice if you don’t have or don’t like to wear a heart-rate chest strap.
Wireless telemetry heart-rate monitoring utilizes a chest strap that you wear that reads your heart rate and transmits a radio frequency to show your heart rate on the machine’s console display. In addition to being more accurate, the wireless system is hands-free, and it allows your heart rate to be constantly displayed (since it doesn’t rely on sensors that you have to hold). This constant monitoring is especially useful for heart-rate control programs, in which the exercise equipment makes intensity adjustments to maintain or vary your heart rate at particular training zones.