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    M051-00K62-B095 95X e T otal Body T rainer oper a tion manual[...]

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    C ORPORA TE H EADQUARTERS 5100 North River Road Schiller Park, Illinois 60176 • U.S.A. 847.288.3300 • F AX: 847.288.3703 800.735.3867 (T oll-free within U.S.A., Canada) www I NTERNA TIONAL O FFICES 1 LIFE FITNESS ASIA P ACIFIC L TD Room 2610, Miramar T ower 132 Nathan Road T simshatsui, Kowloon HONG KONG T elephone: (+852) 2891[...]

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    Before using this product, it is essential that this ENTIRE operation manual and ALL installation instructions be read. This will help in setting up the equipment quickly and in instructing others on how to use it correctly and safely . Avant toute utilisation de ce produit, il est indispensable de lire ce manuel d'utilisation dans son INTÉGR[...]

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    T ABLE OF C ONTENTS Section Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 1. Getting S tarted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 1.1 Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    This Operation Manual describes the functions of the Life Fitness Fit S tride TM T otal Body Trainer 95Xe See "S pecifications" page in this manual for product specific features. S tatement of Purpose: The Life Fitness Fit S tride T otal Body Trainer is an exercise machine that combines low-impact elliptical pedaling with push/pull arm mo[...]

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    1 G ETTING S T ARTED 1.1 I MPORT ANT S AFETY I NSTRUCTIONS • W ARNING: The safety of the product can be maintained only if it is examined regularly for damage and wear . See Preventive Maintenance section for details. • DANGER: T o reduce the risk of electrical shock, always unplug this Life Fitness product before cleaning or attempting any mai[...]

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    1 P OINT DE D ÉP ART 1.1 C ONSIGNES DE S ÉCURITÉ I MPORT ANTES • A VERTISSEMENT – Pour une utilisation sûre, le produit doit être inspecté régulièrement afin de s’assur- er qu’il n’est pas usé ni endommagé. Consultez la section de maintenance préventive pour obtenir de plus amples informations. • DANGER – Pour réduire les [...]

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    1.2 N EW F EA TURES The Integrated LCD Console on the T ot al Body T rainer brings together the best LCD technology and the best cardio equipment. It combines eye-catching entertainment with an interactive exercise experience. N EW F EA TURES ON THE T OT AL B ODY T RAINER I NCLUDE : • New T ouchscreen Display: This integrated, intuitive touchscre[...]

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    1.3 S ETUP Read the Operation Manual before setting up the T otal Body Trainer . E LECTRICAL P OWER R EQUIREMENTS The T otal Body Trainer requires an AC power supply according to the electrical configurations listed in the chart below . NOTE: Do not modify the plug provided with this product. If the plug does not fit into an available electrical ou[...]

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    F ITNESS N ETWORKING One type RJ45 networking port (A) allows the T otal Body T rainer to be connected to a network, such as FitLinxx TM interactive fit- ness network. Fitness network: The network connection enables the con- sole to upload user workout statistics to a fitness network database or to download remotely stored information, such a pre-s[...]

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    2 T HE D ISPLA Y C ONSOLE 2.1 D ISPLA Y C ONSOLE O VERVIEW The computerized display console allows the user to tailor a workout to personal fitness abilities and goals and to monitor progress. With this easy-to-use console, the user can track fitness improvement from one workout to the next. The console consists of two p arts: The T ouchscreen Disp[...]

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    2.2 D ISPLA Y C ONSOLE D ESCRIPTIONS This section lists and describes the functions for the buttons on the T ouchscreen Display and the keys on the Control Panel on the T otal Body Trainer . See Section 4, titled The Workout s , for detailed information on using the console to set up workout s. T OUCHSCREEN D ISPLA Y The T ouchscreen Display allows[...]

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    B. WORKOUT SELECTIONS: Allows the user to choose from eight different programs. MANUAL, RANDOM, F A T BURN, CARDIO, AND HILL lead straight into workout setup screens. HILL PLUS, ZONE TRAINING , AND PERSONAL TRAINER give additional workout selections. Choose HILL PLUS for AROUND THE WORLD, KILAMANJARO, INTERV AL, CASCADES, SPEED TRAINING , and FOOTH[...]

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    2) W ORKOUT S ETUP WORKOUT SETUP screens are accessed automatically upon selection of a workout program. They allow the user to enter values or to choose a goal for the workout selected. These depend on the workout, but might include goal type (time, distance or calories), level, age, weight, and t arget heart rate* (for heart rate programs). Worko[...]

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    T YPES OF W ORKOUT S ETUP S CREENS G OAL S ETUP S CREENS • Goal T ype: The default setting of Goal T ype is TIME (length of workout). Allows the user to choose a predetermined length of time for the workout. Users may also choose a more advanced Goal T ype such as DIST ANCE, CALORIES, or TIME IN ZONE (only available for heart rate programs) and M[...]

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    3) W ORKOUT P ROGRESS The Workout Progress screen opens automatically upon completion of the setup, signaling the user to start the workout. The Workout Progress screen allows the user to monitor the progress of the workout. It provides a visual representation of the workout as it proceeds and monitors Dist ance, Calories, W atts, MET s, T ime, Lev[...]

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    • REVERSE : Press this key to activate a workout mode that alternates forward motion with reverse motion. It can be used with any workout, except for Fat Burn, Cardio, Heart Rate Hill, Heart Rate Interval or Extreme Heart Rate. For more information on using modes, see Selecting a Workout Mode in Section 4.2, titled, the Using the Workouts . Q . C[...]

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    W. TV SELECTION: TV ON/OFF accesses the TV , and enables the Channel and V olume keys on the Surrounding Console. TV ZOOM (far bottom right) toggles the user between large and small screen TV viewing. X. CHANNEL CONTROLS: Accesses the Channel Select keypad on the touchscreen. Y. NUMERICAL KEYP AD: Use to enter a new channel selection. Z. PREVIOUS C[...]

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    O PTIONAL C HANNEL S ELECTION M ENUS If Favorites and/or Channel List options are enabled, an Options menu will be enabled for selecting a desired channel selection interface. DD. CHANNEL SELECT : Accesses the Channel Select keypad. EE. F A VORITE: If enabled, use to toggle to Favorite Channel selection. See Section 5.1 System Options Menu, TV / FM[...]

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    C ONTROL P ANEL The Control Panel allows the user to control workout and TV p arameters without leaving the Workout Progress screen. It also provides a quick and easy way for maintenance staf f to clean the T ouchscreen Display without activating the screen. A. ARROW KEYS: When in the workout phase, the UP and DOWN arrow keys are used in combina- t[...]

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    D. QUICK ST AR T : Choose this to enter directly into a workout, bypassing setup screens E. CH: Channel control for the TV . F. VOL: V olume control for the TV . G. : Headphone jack for sound playback. NOTE: Headphones are necessary to access the sound for the TV . The jack is located on the Control Panel on the lower right. The jack is a user-repl[...]

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    3 H EART R AT E Z ONE T RAINING E XERCISE 3.1 W HY H EART R AT E Z ONE T RAINING E XERCISE ? Research shows that maintaining a specific heart rate while exercising is the optimal way to monitor the intensity of a workout and to achieve maximum results. That is the idea behind the Life Fitness heart rate zone training approach to exercise. Zone trai[...]

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    3.2 H EART R AT E M ONITORING T HE L IFEPULSE TM D IGIT AL H EART R AT E M ONITORING S YSTEM The patented Lifepulse system sensors are the built-in heart rate monitoring system on the T otal Body T rainer . For the most accurate reading possible, during a workout: • Grasp the sensors (A) firmly . • Hold each sensors at the vertical midpoint. ?[...]

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    T HE P OLAR ® T ELEMETRY H EART R AT E M ONITORING C HEST S TRAP The T ota l Body T rainer is equipped with Polar ® heart rate monitoring system in which electrodes, pressed against the skin, transfer heart rate signals to the console. These electrodes are att ached to a chest strap that the user wears during the workout. The chest strap is optio[...]

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    4 T HE W ORKOUTS 4.1 W ORKOUT O VERVIEWS This section lists the T ota l Body T rainer ’ s pre-programmed workout s. For more detailed information, see Section 4.2, titled Using the Workouts . QUICK ST ART is the fastest way to begin exercising, and it byp asses the steps involved in selecting a specific workout program. After the QUICK ST ART key[...]

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    PERSONAL TRAINER workouts are customized workouts designed either for the advanced user or to be used in connection with a personal trainer . These workout s include: CROSS-TRAIN AEROBICS simulates the experience of working with a personal trainer . The user is prompted at different times to emphasize pushing, pulling, tot al body , lower body , sp[...]

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    3) E NTERING W ORKOUT G OALS S ELECTING A G OAL T YPE Goal T ype default s to TIME (length of workout). When prompted to enter a Goal T ime, use the ARROW KEYS to increase or decrease the displayed time to the desired value, or key in the desired value with the NUMERIC KEYP AD, and press ENTER. Workout s can be programmed to target certain types of[...]

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    S ELECTING AND A DJUSTING THE I NTENSITY L EVEL When prompted, use the ARROW keys to increase or decrease the displayed intensity level or tar- get heart rate* to the desired value, or choose the desired value with the NUMERIC KEYP AD, and press ENTER. Adjust the level as needed or desired during the workout. • Intensity level: The T otal Body T [...]

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    6) C HANGING /E NDING W ORKOUTS S WITCHING W ORKOUTS “O N - THE -F LY ” It is possible during a workout, to switch to another workout program. After a switch, the console retains all the progress information about the workout since it s beginning. T o change workouts “on the fly ,” simply press CHANGE WORKOUT and then choose a new workout. [...]

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    29 4.3 W ORKOUT D ESCRIPTIONS Q UICK S T ART QUICK ST ART is the fastest way to begin exercising, and it bypasses the steps of selecting a specific workout program. The intensity level for the workout is set automatically and remains the same unless manually changed. T o change the level and stay in the W orkout Progress screen, press the UP or DOW[...]

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    30 T OT AL B ODY T RAINER W ORKOUT S ETUP S TEPS NOTE: AFTER ENTERING A V ALUE (AGE, WEIGHT , HEIGHT , GENDER) OR A GOAL (TIME, LEVEL, THR), PRESS ENTER T O REGISTER THE SELECTION. * This workout requires the user to wear the polar heart rate chest strap or the grip the Life pulse sensors. ** T arget Heart Rate (THR) is a percentage of the theoreti[...]

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    31 H ILL The Life Fitness-patented HILL workout of fers a variety of configurations for interval training. Intervals are periods of intense aerobic exercise separated by regular periods of lower-intensity exercise. The WORK- OUT PROFILE window represent s these high and low intervals as columns of light, which together have the appearance of hills [...]

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    H ILL P LUS The Life Fitness patented HILL PLUS workouts give even more ways to vary interval training. Based on the same principles as the HILL workout, Hill Plus workouts are customized to resem- ble different locations/training scenarios to add variety and challenge to Hill workout s 1) A ROUND THE W ORLD An interval-training workout in which th[...]

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    33 Z ONE T RAINING Zone T raining workouts t arget specific ranges, or zones, for maintaining a heart rate to achieve maximum exercise results. 1) H EART R AT E H ILL TM This program combines the standard HILL workout profile with the concept of Heart Rate Zone T raining. The default target heart rate* is calculated as 80 percent of the theoretical[...]

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    2) H EART R AT E I NTERV AL TM This program also combines the standard HILL workout profile with the concept of Heart Rate Zone T raining. The default t arget heart rate* is calculated as 80 percent of the theoretical maxi- mum † (HRmax), but the user can adjust the target rate during the workout setup. The workout alternates between a hill, whic[...]

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    35 3) E XTREME H EART R AT E TM This intense, varied workout is designed to help more experienced users break through fitness improvement plateaus. The workout alternates between two t arget heart rates* as quickly as possi- ble. The ef fect is similar to that of running sprints. The user must wear a chest strap or grip the Lifepulse TM sensors thr[...]

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    36 4) P ERSONAL T RAINER Personal T rainer workouts are customized workout s designed either for the advanced user or to be used in connection with a personal trainer . 1) C ROSS -T RAIN A EROBICS During this workout, the unit prompts the user to emphasize dif ferent muscle groups. T o emphasize upper-body muscles, the user is prompted to focus on [...]

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    37 3) L IFE F ITNESS F IT T EST The Life Fitness Fit T est program is another exclusive feature of this versatile cross-trainer . The Life Fitness Fit T est measures cardiovascular fitness and can be used to monitor improvements in endurance every four to six weeks. The user must grasp the hand sensors when prompted or wear a heart rate chest strap[...]

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    The computer will not accept: O heart rates less than 52 or greater than 200 beats per minute O body weights less than 75 pounds (34 kg) or greater than 400 pounds (182 kg) O ages below 10 or over 99 years O data input that exceeds human potential If an error is made when entering any Fit T est data, correct it by pressing CLEAR, inputting the corr[...]

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    39 The tables below list fit test result s. R ELA TIVE F ITNESS C LASSIFICA TION FOR M EN Men Estimated VO2 Max (ml/kg/min) Per Age Category Rating 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60+ Elite 52+ 51+ 48+ 45+ 42+ Excellent 50-51 48-50 46-47 42-44 39-41 V ery Good 47-49 45-47 43-45 40-41 36-38 Above Average 44-46 42-44 40-42 37-39 33-35 Average 41-43 39-41 37-[...]

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    40 5 S YSTEM O PTIONS M ENU 5.1 U SING THE S YSTEM O PTIONS M ENU Fitness club managers and other authorized personnel can use the Systems Options feature to change default settings, or to enable or disable certain programs or displays on the cross-trainer console, to run systems checks, and to access compiled statistics. T o enter the Systems Opti[...]

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    41 5.2 C ONFIGURA TION M ENU 1) M ANAGERS C ONFIGURA TION 1 Manager's Configuration accesses defaults for W orkout Duration Configuration, Language, User Language, Program T imeout, Units (English or Metric), System Beeps, Pause Time, Marathon Mode, Custom Message Setup, and S tand By Configuration. SETTING DEF AUL T DESCRIPTION LANGUAGE ENGLI[...]

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    42 C USTOM M ESSAGES This configuration allows for a custom message to be displayed across the Welcome Screen. Creating/Changing a Custom Message — After entering the Manager ’s Configuration, check to make sure that Custom Message is enabled, then select CUSTOM MESSAGE SETUP. Upon entering the setup screen, a message can be entered using the o[...]

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    Max V olume Setup: Opens the Max V olume controls. (Head phones must be used for this func- tion.) The upper set of arrows adjust s the volume capacity higher or lower , allowing clubs to com- pensate for average noise levels within. The maximum volume returns to this default af ter each workout. The V olume Down, V olume Up arrows control the volu[...]

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    S ECURE C HANNEL Opens the Secure Channel Setup screen. If enabled, one existing input channel can be selected to be a dedicated channel for non-broadcast use. Select the Channel Change button to scroll up or down to the desired channel. Select the Name Change button to input a name for the secure channel using the the keyboard display . If enabled[...]

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    45 For Level workouts, each interval is identified by the time at which it occurs during the workout. For target heart rate workout s, each interval is identified by a number (1 - 30). If Level is selected, a graph shows up displaying each interval. For T arget Heart Rate workout one graph shows up display- ing each interval. T o change intervals u[...]

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    46 6 S ERVICE AND T ECHNICAL D ATA 6.1 P REVENTIVE M AINTENANCE T IPS The T otal Body Trainer is backed by the engineering excellence of Life Fitness and is one of the most rugged and trouble-free pieces of exercise equipment on the market today . Commercial Life Fitness products have proven to be durable in health clubs, colleges, and milit ary fa[...]

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    47 6.2 P REVENTIVE M AINTENANCE S CHEDULE Follow the schedule below to ensure proper operation of the product. 6.3 T ROUBLESHOOTING THE P OLAR ® H EART R AT E C HEST S TRAP ITEM WEEKL Y MONTHL Y BI-ANNUALL Y ANNUALL Y Display Console Clean Inspect Console Mounting Bolts Inspect Accessory T ray Clean Inspect Frame Clean Inspect Plastic Covers Clean[...]

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    6.4 T ROUBLESHOOTING THE L IFEPULSE S YSTEM S ENSORS If the heart rate reading is erratic or missing, do the following: • Dry the hands if necessary to prevent slipping. • Apply hands to all four sensors, located at the front and back of the hand grips. • Grasp the sensors firmly . • Apply constant pressure around the sensors. 6.5 H OW TO O[...]

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    49 7 S PECIFICA TIONS 7.1 L IFE F ITNESS 95X E F IT S TRIDE TM T OT AL B ODY T RAINER Designed use: Heavy/Commercial Maximum user weight: 350 pounds / 160 kilograms Power Requirements: Refer to Section 1.3 - Setup, Electrical Power Requirements Upper T ouchscreen: 12.1 in. Diagonal, 800 x 600 TFT LCD Channel coverage: VHF: 2-13/UHF: 14-69/CA TV : 1[...]