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Life Fitness LifeCycle 9500HR Recumbent Exercise Bike

July 13th, 2012

Life Fitness LifeCycle 9500HR Recumbent Exercise Bike

Life Fitness LifeCycle 9500HR Recumbent Exercise Bike

  • Self powered
  • Contact heart rate on handles
  • Multiple resistance levels
  • Multiple programs and programmability

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List Price: $ 2,495.00

Price: $ 2,495.00

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  1. Hopeful
    July 13th, 2012 at 21:22 | #1
    3 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Workout Tool, July 8, 2008
    Hopeful (Bay Area (Calif)) –

    Though I don’t own this, I use the same model at my gym. I prefer the Life Fitness because I get an excellent cardio workout. My resting heart rate was recently measured prior to surgery at 53 BPM with a textbook EKG.

    The stepping motion is preferable because it fits my foot, which is a size 13. The other stair climber that rotates actual steps does not fit my foot and I have to climb at an angle, which can be uncomfortable at times.

    The features are fine though I don’t measure my heart rate while using this fitness tool. I find the monitor location to be inconvenient. The other features primarily deal with some combination of stepping speed and time. The flights of stairs are measured in tenths until you hit 100 flights, then by single whole digits.

    The only drawback that I can see is that it is not ergo-designed if you need to rest your arms as you climb. You need to place a towel on the bars in order to pad your arms. This can be a problem if you have a neuro dysfunction in your arm, such as ulnar nerve impingement (my problem). Otherwise, I would have given this 5/5 stars.

    I should say that because I do not own this tool, I have no idea what the maintenance is like. How often does it break down, what are the common flaws, how expensive is it to maintain year over year? In other words, the cost of ownership should be considered before purchasing.

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