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TherapyTrainer Sports Stand with HandCycle

TherapyTrainer Sports Stand with HandCycle

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  • HandCycle with Portable Stand
  • With adjustable leg and foot pedals turns into a commercial grade leg exerciser
  • Bi-directional magnetic resistance; 0 to nearly 170 watts
  • Stand will adjust to accommodate height from wheelchairs to over 6'7"
  • Electronic monitor displays speed, distance time and calories.

The TherapyTrainer HandCycle is the perfect upper-body trainer. The bike offers smooth adjustable magnetic resistance in both the forward and reverse direction. The TherapyTrainer has more than twice the resistance range of other portable upper body trainers on the market. The TherapyTrainer is quiet, durable and will give you a complete upper body workout. The Multi-Grip Ergo Handles provide users with the ability to target multiple upper body muscles groups during workouts, simply by changing the position of their hands on the handles. The Multi-Grip Ergo Handles also provide the user with a more comfortable grip. The handles fit the natural arches of the hand for a more natural grasp pattern.  The stand adds a whole new dimension to the TherapyTrainer HandCycle.  It's portable, durable and like nothing else on the market.  It adjusts in height to accommodate wheelchair bound to over 6'7" users.  



Here is what Mississippi State Baseball Trainer had to say...

"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."