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User manual True Fitness, model PS50

Manafacture: True Fitness
File size: 418.24 kb
File name: 57f8d9ef-1c4f-e9a4-c982-d0f131f9b7ad.pdf
Language of manual:en
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True's equipment is designed to accommodate the needs of everyone from the professional athlete to the weekend warrior. While True treadmills continue to enjoy top reviews from major consumer magazines and fitness experts, its line of products has expanded. So, with a solid 25 years of fitness experience, you can count on True Fitness both now and in the future to meet your goals for a happy, healthy lifestyle. REVIEW FOR YOUR SAFETY Important Safety Instructions When using this exercise machine, basic precautions should always be followed, which includes the following: Read and understand all instructions and warnings prior to use. Obtain a medical exam before beginning any exercise program. If at any time during exercise you feel faint, dizzy, or experience pain, stop and consult your physician. Obtain proper instruction prior to use. Inspect the bike for incorrect, worn, or loose components and do not use until corrected, replaced, or tightened prior to use. Do not wear loose or dangling clothing while using the bike. Care should be used when mounting or dismounting the bike. Read, understand, and test the emergency stop procedures before use. Disconnect all power before servicing the bike. Do not exceed maximum user weight of 350 lbs. Keep children and animals away. All exercise equipment is potentially hazardous. If attention is not paid to the conditions of equipment usage, death or serious injury could occur. PS50 & PS100 Owner's Guide 3 r2TRUE Quick Start Guide Just Get On and Ride! Starting Up pausing YOUR Workout Change the data Display The best way to learn to use the PS50 & PS100 Bikes is to keep pressing keys to see what happens — explore it at your own pace. • Begin pedaling. • The display will wake up and prompt for your weight, workout selection, and workout time. • Enter your workout parameters and press ®, or immediately press €9 for a quick start into a manual workout. The PS100 bike will retain your workout data for about 15 seconds after you stop pedaling. The PS50 will pause indefinitely. Press the Change Display key to change the workout data display. PS50 & PS100 Owner's Guide 5 Table of Contents 1 - Riding Your Bike page7 page 23 4 - Heart Rate Control Appendix A Maximum Heart Rate and Target Heart Rate page 41 2 - The Display page 15 3 - Manual and Pre-Set Programs 5 - Designing an Exercise Program page 29 Appendix B Specifications page 45 page 19 6 - Care and Maintenance page 39 PS50 & PS100 Owner's Guide rSTRUE 6 F2TRLJE Chapter One Riding your Bike in This Chapter: Getting Comfortable Using your heart rate to Exercise Using the Chest Strap Using Contact heart rate Getting the best results possible Chapter 1: Riding Your Bike Chapter 2: The Display Chapter 3: Manual and Pre-Set Programs Chapter 4: Heart Rate Control Chapter 5: Designing an Exercise Program Chapter 6: Care and Maintenance 7 Getting comfortable chapter One: riding your bike The body weight setting does not affect the calorie expenditure calculation. Unlike treadmills or other weight-bearing exercises, calories burned during exercise biking does not change with different body weights. Variations in human exercise efficiency are another potential source of error, with differences of plus or minus 10% common in the population. Adjust the seat so that when your leg is fully extended with your feet in the pedals, your knee is slightly bent. While standing next to the bike, pull out the seat adjust knob and lower the seat to the lowest position. Next, get onto the bike with one leg fully extended in a pedal, supporting most of your weight. Grasp the horn of the seat and pull it up under you to a snug fit, letting the ratcheting mechanism lock the knob and pin in place. SETTING YOUR WEIGHT Seat Adjustment Upright Bike Seat Adjustment 8 PS50 & PS100 Owner's Guide rSTRUE r2TRUE Foot position PEDAL Cadence Breathing Riding Efficiently and Comfortably chapter One: riding your bike Riders are most efficient if they place the ball of their foot in the center of the pedal. Other riders are more comfortable if the arch of their foot is against the pedal. Riders are encouraged to be as efficient as possible, but use your own judgement in the comfort/efficiency tradeoff. Most riders will find a comfort/efficiency sweet spot at a pedal cadence around 80 rpm. More serious riders desiring maximum performance typically pedal at around 100 rpm. For electromechanical and safety reasons, the bike will not provide the fully requested workload when your pedal cadence falls below 55 rpm. Breathe in a regular and relaxed manner. Many exercisers do not breathe enough, which reduces their exercise capacity and comfort. You might want to try breathing deeper and more frequently to see if it helps your exercise regime. PS50 & PS100 Owner's Guide 9 Monitoring Your Heart Rate CHAPTER ONE: RIDING YOUR BIKE The PS50 & PS100 Bike has two ways of monitorin...

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