HCI eTrainer Passive Assist Trainer (Motorized)

HCI eTrainer Passive Assist Trainer (Motorized)

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HCI eTrainer Passive Assist Trainer (Motorized)

The HCI eTrainer Passive Assist Motorized Trainer is your ultimate solution for gentle mobilization and exercise therapy for both your upper and lower body. This innovative device is designed to enhance your daily life by targeting crucial movements such as arm and leg extension and flexion, helping you build the strength needed for everyday tasks. What sets this product apart is its remarkable quality and functionality. With a user-friendly display that tracks time, speed, distance, and calories, you can easily monitor your progress. Featuring two independent motors, this trainer allows you to focus on your upper and lower limbs simultaneously or separately, offering a versatile and tailored workout experience. Not only does it improve muscle circulation and blood flow, but it also activates up to 80% of your skeletal muscle, making it an indispensable addition to your fitness and rehabilitation routine.

Indications for Use:

  • Enhances mobility and strength
  • Aids in rehabilitation
  • Improves circulation and blood flow
  • Supports upper and lower body exercise

Profession/Settings Where Product is Used:

  • Physical therapy and occupational therapy clinics
  • Home rehabilitation
  • Fitness centers
  • Assisted living facilities

Unique Features of the Product:

  • Two independent motors for simultaneous or separate limb training
  • Easy-to-read display for monitoring time, speed, distance, and calories
  • Supports upper and lower body exercise
  • Promotes muscle circulation and blood flow
  • Enhances overall mobility and strength

Product Specifications:

  • Dimensions: 28" x 32" x 32"
  • Weight: 33 lbs

Common Questions with Answers About the Product:

  1. Can I use the upper and lower body functions simultaneously?

    • Yes, the eTrainer features two independent motors that allow you to train your upper and lower body simultaneously or separately.