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TherapyTrainer HandCycle Upper Body Ergometer - At-Home Physical Therapy

On Sale now $245.00
  • The easy-to-adjust magnetic resistance knob very gradually increases resistance providing absolute control in rehabilitation progression steps
  •  The multi-grip ergo handles have 5 hand positions options, all can be pedaled in both forward and reverse pedal motion - providing users the ability to target muscles for a more fine-tuned at-home physical therapy routine or advanced upper body workout
  •  Magnetic resistance range from nearly 0 to 170 watts, this cycle is perfect for beginners, athletes, and workout enthusiasts
  •  Perfect for at home exercise and upper body rehab - Commercial Grade
  •  Magnetic resistance range from nearly 0 to 170 watts, this cycle is perfect for beginners, athletes, and workout enthusiasts 
  • Commercial grade - 1 year warranty

 

The TherapyTrainer Handcycle’s unique multi-grip ergo handles put this upper body ergometer above anything else on the market. Users are no longer limited to a single hand position while pedaling, multi-grip ergo handles have 5 hand positions options, all can be pedaled in both forward and reverse pedal motion. Each hand position targets a different muscle group, for a more fine-tuned at-home physical therapy routine or advanced upper body workout.

The easy-to-adjust magnetic resistance knob very gradually increases resistance for absolute control in rehabilitation progression steps. With magnetic resistance range from nearly 0 to 170 watts, this cycle is perfect for beginners, athletes, and workout enthusiasts.

The multi-grip ergo handles fit the natural grasp pattern of the palm of a hand, less stress on the hand, fingers, and wrists. Highly recommended by occupational therapists for stroke survivors, arthritis suffers, anyone with grasping issues.

Orthopedic surgeons, physical and occupational therapists, chiropractors recommend the HandCycle to their clients. College and professional sports trainers use for strengthening and rehabilitation of the shoulder and rotator cuff, direct shoulder warm-up before the game, and for a more direct lactic acid reduction post-game.

 

      Palm Up

Palm Down        

Palm In       

 One Arm Circular Motion - Front Facing     

One Arm Circular Motion - Side Facing

 

We tested the Multi-Grip Ergo Handles with Physical and Occupational Therapists. Here are just a couple comments we've received from them...

"I feel that the baseball grips have allowed me to be more creative with treatment options using gentle resistance with patients recovering from shoulder surgeries."

"Placing the hands of patients who are survivors of spinal cord injuries in ergonomically correct positions around the ball grips has enhanced their neurological recovery and improved self esteem in those without grasp patterns." Kristy, Hope Rehabilitation Center

To Whom It May Concern:

My name is Michael Peck and I am a government contract employee serving as a Certified Athletic Trainer for the Musculoskeletal Action Team (MAT) at Ft Sill, OK; my team works primarily with the AIT students and cadre of 1/78 FA. We purchased three of the Therapy Trainer Hand Cycles for our soldiers to use for rehabilitative purposes and we have had nothing but good comments and results while using these devices.

Most of our injuries are lower extremity in nature and these Hand Cycles enable a soldier to get a decent cardio workout without stressing newly injured body parts. It has really served us well with those soldiers that have lower extremity stress fractures as they are extremely limited in performing lower body rehab exercises, including stationary biking. This machine also enables those rehabilitating upper body injuries to work on range of motion (ROM) and at varying angles with the baseball hand grips. Furthermore, the tension can be set very easily by an individual depending if they’re working on strength, endurance or ROM.

Some people may look at this device in a catalog, see the low price, and think, “This must not work too well or it must fall apart quickly.” You couldn’t be any further from the truth! These Hand Cycles are sturdy, heavy, and have rubber feet that help keep it from sliding around. They also have a device attached to it that measures speed, distance, time, and calories burned. We have had ours for a few months and use them almost every day of the week and have had no problems with them. I would put this Hand Cycle up against any $2000-5000 UBE anytime. Think about it, you could buy several of these for the price of one UBE, which means you can work more people at once; all you need is the table space. This is an excellent product regardless of the price!

Sincerely,

Michael W. Peck MS, LAT, ATC

 

 Mississippi State Baseball Trainer Jason Wire says...

    "Often times relief pitchers get tired from throwing to much in the bullpen before they get into the game. I think a great benefit to the TherapyTrainer is that a pitcher can keep his arm warm and moving in the bullpen and he wouldn't have to actually throw any pitches."

    "Doing the TherapyTrainer in reverse can be a good way for baseball players to gain strength and endurance in the posterior shoulder muscles."

    "I have used the TherapyTrainer as a way to warm up the shoulders before doing rehab and also as a cool down exercise for after throwing in a game. I plan on using the TherapyTrainer for conditioning our starting pitchers after they throw this spring."