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5 HeartRateControl Model No . 831,294150 TREADMILL EXERCISER Serial No . User's Manual ! Serial 11IIIUNumber • Assembly • Operation • Maintenance • Part List and Drawing Patent Pending Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179
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5 HeartRateControl TABLE OF CONTENTS IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 BEFORE YOU BEGIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 OPERATION AND ADJUSTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 HOW TO FOLD AND MOVE THE TREADMILL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 CONDITIONING GUIDELINES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back Cover FULL 90 DAY WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back Cover Note : An EXPLODED DRAWING and a PART LIST are attached in the center of this manual . 2
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IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS
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BEFORE YOU BEGIN Thank you for selecting the revolutionary PROFORM ® ing this manual , call 1 - 800 - 4 - MY - HOME ® ( 1 - 800 - 469 - 535x treadmill . The 535x treadmill combines advanced 4663 ) . To help us assist you , please note the product technology with innovative design to help you get the model number and serial number before calling . The model number of the treadmill is 831.294150 . The ser - most from your exercise program in the convenience ial number can be found on a decal attached to the and privacy of your home . And when you're not exer - cising , the unique 535x can be folded up , requiring less treadmill ( see the front cover of this manual for the lo - than half the floor space of other treadmills . cation ) . For your benefit , read this manual carefully before Before reading further , please review the drawing using the treadmill . If you have questionsafter read - below and familiarize yourself with the labeled parts . Book Holder Water Bottle Holder ( Bottle not included ) Console Handgrip Pulse Sensor Handrail Latch Knob Key / Clip LEFT SIDE RIGHT SIDE Reset / Off Circuit Breaker Foot Rail L _ _ Power Cord Walking Belt Front Wheel Cushioned Walking Platform _ _ _ Rear Roller Adjustment Bolts 5
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ASSEMBLY Assembly requires two persons . Set the treadmill ina cleared area and remove all packingmaterials . Do not disposeof the packingmaterials untilassembly is completed . Note : If a part needed forassembly is not in the parts bag , firstcheck to see if it has been pre - assembled . If a part is missing , call toll - free 1 - 800 - 999 - 3756 . Assembly requires your own Phillips screwdriver _ , wire cutters _ end rubber mallet _ . Note : The undersideof the treadmill walkingbelt is coated with high - performance lubricant . During shipping , a small amount of lubricantmay be transferred to the top of the walking belt or the shipping carton . This is a normal condition and does not affect treadmill performance . If there is lubricant on top of the walking belt , simply wipe off the lubricant witha soft cloth and a mild , non - abrasive cleaner . 1 . With the help of a second person , carefully raise the treadmill to the uprightpositionas shown • If there are plasticties on the pulse sensors , removethem . Insert one of the ExtensionLegs ( 55 ) into the treadmillas shown . Make sure that the Extension Leg is turned so the Base Pad ( 44 ) is underneath it . If necessary , tip the Uprights ( 64 ) forward as you insert the Extension Leg . Insert the other Extension Leg ( not shown ) in the same way , 44 2 . With the help of a second person , carefully lower the Uprights ( 64 ) as shown . Note : It may be helpful to place your foot on one of the Wheels ( 58 ) as you tip the Uprights . Make sure that the Extension Legs ( 55 ) re - main in the Uprights . Attach each ExtensionLeg ( 55 ) with an Extension Screw ( 35 ) , a 1 " Screw ( 13 ) , and a Base Pad ( 44 ) as shown , Note : One replacement Base Pad ( 44 ) may be included . If a Base Pad becomes worn and needs to be replaced , use the replacement Base Pad . 13 6
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3 . With the help of a second person , carefully tip the 3 Uprights ( 64 ) back to the vertical position . 32 35 Attach the Latch Assembly ( 32 ) to the left Upright ( 64 ) with two Extension Screws ( 35 ) . 4 . Orientone of the Handgrip Extensions ( 34 ) so the open side 4 is facing down as shown , and insert it as far as possible into the post on the Left Upright ( 64 ) . If necessary , tap the Handgdp Extension with a rubber mallet to fully insert it , 34 Attach the Handgrip Extension with two Extension Screws ( 35 ) , one toward the front of the post , and the other toward the back . Attach the other Handgrip Extension to the post on the side right Upright ( not shown ) in the same way . 5 . See the inset drawing . Identify the Left Top Handgrip ( 31 ) ; 5 there are identifying marks inside the Handgrips . Set the Left Top Handgrip on the left Handgrip Extension ( 34 ) . Boss / _ _ Insert two 1 / 2 " Screws ( 33 ) into the two holes in the Handgrip Extension indicated by the arrows . Tighten the Screws into the Left Top Handgrip . Important : Do not insert the two 1 / 2 " Screws ( 33 ) into the wrong holes in the Handgrip Extension ( 34 ) , or tighten the Screws into the plastic bosses on the bot - tom of the Left Top Handgrip ( 31 ) . 33 6 . Attach the matching Left Bottom Handgrip ( 104 ) with 6 three 1 / 2 " Screws ( 33 ) . Attach the RightTop Handgrip and the Right Bottom Handgrip ( not shown ) as described above . 7 . Make sure that all parts are properly tightened before you use the treadmill . Keep the includedallen wrench in a secure place ; the allen wrench is usedto adjust the walking belt ( see page 25 ) , To protect the flooror carpet from damage , place a mat under the treadmill 7
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If you purchase the optional chest pulse sensor ( see page 21 ) , follow the steps below to install the receiver and the long jumper wire included with the chest pulse sensor . 1 . MAKE SURE THAT THE POWER CORD IS UN - 38 PLUGGED . Remove the screws from the Console Back 50 ( 40 ) . If the screws are different lengths , make sure to note where each type of screw was used , If there are clips attached to the Cup Holders ( 39 , 50 ) , remove the screws from the clips . Then , remove the Console Back from the Console Base ( 38 ) . Screws 2 . Connect the long jumper wire ( A ) to the PULSE # 1 jack 38 on the back of the Console ( 42 ) ( see the inset drawing ) . Connect the other end of the long jumper wire to the wire PULSE # # 1 Jack on the receiver ( B ) . Next , peel the paper off the pad on the back of the receiver . Turn the receiver so the cylin - _ - - _ j " / A B der is on the side shown , and press the receiver onto the back of the Console Base ( 38 ) in the indicated loca - tion . Use the plastic tie to secure wires if needed . Discard _ _ = - - - - - - ' _ ~ " _ 4 - 2 _ , Cylinder the other wires included with the chest pulse sensor . ' . . . . . Make sure that no wires are pinched . See step 1 above and reattach the Console Back ( 40 ) . 8
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OPERATION AND ADJUSTMENT THE PERFORMANT LUBE TM WALKING BELT an equipment - grounding conductor and a grounding plug . Plug the power cord into a surge suppressor , Your treadmill features a walkingbelt coated with and plug the surge suppressor into an appropriate PERFORMANT LUBETM , a high - performance lubricant . outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances . iMPORTANT : Never apply silicone spray or other substances to the walking belt or the walking plat - Important : The treadmill is not compatible with form . Such substances will deteriorate the walking GFCl - equipped outlets . belt and cause excessive wear . This product is for use on a nominal 120 - volt circuit , HOW TO PLUG IN THE POWER CORD and has a groundingplugthat looks likethe plugillus - trated indrawing 1 below . A temporaryadapter that looks likethe adapter illustratedindrawing 2 may be used to connect the surge suppressorto a 2 - pole receptacle as shown in drawing2 if a propedy grounded outletis notavailable . , , , _ A - - - Grounded Outlet Box _ i _ . _ _ Surge Suppressor Your treadmill , like any other type of sophisticated _ i _ . . GroundingPin electronic equipment , can be seriously damaged by Gr " ng pl _ _ _ , _ sudden voltage changes in your home's power . Grounded Outlet ' " _ - ' _ Voltage surges , spikes , and noise interference can Grounding Plug result from weather conditions or from other appli - ances being turned on or off . To decrease the pos - sibility of your treadmill being damaged , always GrOundedOutlet Box use a surge suppressor with your treadmill ( see drawing 1 at the right ) . To purchase a surge sup - pressor , see your local Sears or call 1 - 800 - 366 - 7278 and order part number 146148 . Use only a single - outlet surge suppressor that is _ _ " ter Surge Suppressor UL 1449 listed as a transient voltage surge sup - pressor ( TVSS ) . The surge suppressor must have a Metal Screw UL suppressed voltage rating of 400 volts or less and a minimum surge dissipation of 450 joules . The surge suppressor must be electrically rated for 120 volts AC and 15 amps . There must be a The temporary adapter shouldbe used only until a monitoring light on the surge suppressor to indi - properly grounded outlet ( drawing 1 ) can be installed cate whether it is functioning properly . Failure to by a qualified electrician . use a properly functioning surge suppressor could result in damage to the control system of the The green - colored rigid ear , lug , or the likeextending treadmill . If the control system is damaged , the from the adapter must be connected to a permanent walking belt may change speed or stop unexpect - ground such as a properly grounded outlet box cover . edly , which may result in a fall and serious injury . Whenever the adapter is used it must be held in place by a metal screw . Some 2 - pole receptacle outlet box This product must be grounded . If it should malfunc - covers are not grounded . Contact a qualified elec - tion or break down , grounding provides a path of least trician to determine if the outlet box cover is resistance for electric current to reduce the risk of elec - grounded before using an adapter . tric shock . This product is equipped with a cord having
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CONSOLDEIAGRAM Manual / Program Indicators Display Program Display Display Program Profiles oN , , off Note : If there is a thin sheet of plastic on the face of the console , remove it . speed and incline of the treadmillto giveyou an effec - tive workout . Two heart rate programs are also fea - tured . Each program controls the speed and incline of the treadmill to keep your heart rate near a target level during your workouts . The console also features iFIT . com interactive technol - ogy . Having iFl'l " . com technology is like having a per - sonal trainer in your home . Using the included audio cable , you can connect the treadmill to your home stereo , portable stereo , computer , or VCR and play special iFIT . com CD and video programs ( iFIT . com CDs and videocassettes are available separately ) . iFIT . com CD and video programs automatically control the speed and incline of the treadmill as a personal trainer guides you through every step of your workout . High - energy music provides added motivation . To pur - chase iFIT . com COs or videocassettes , call toll - free 1 - 800 - 735 - 0768 . FEATURES OF THE CONSOLE With the treadmill connected to your computer , you The advanced console offers an impressive array of can also go to our Web site at www . iFIT . com and ac - features to help you get the most from your exercise , cess programs directly from the internet . Additional op - When the manual mode of the console is selected , the tions are soon to be available . See www . iFIT . com for speed and incline of the treadmillcan be changedwith more information . a touch of a button . As you exercise , the consolewill display continuousexercisefeedback . You can even To use the manual mode of the console , follow the measure your heart rate usingthe built - in handgrip steps beginning on page 11 . To use a personal trainer pulse sensor or the optionalchest pulse sensor ( see program , see page 13 . To use a heart rate program , page 21 ) . see page 14 . To use an iFIT . com CD or video pro - gram , see page 18 . To use an iFIT . com program di - Four certified personal trainer programs are also rectly from our Web site , see page 20 . offered . Each program automaticallycontrolsthe 10
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HOW TO TURN ON THE POWER Each time a button is pressed , the speed setting will change by 0.1 mph ; ifa button is held down , the speed setting will change inincrements of 0.5 B Plug inthe power cord ( see page 9 ) . mph . To change the speed setting quickly , press the Quick Speed buttons . Note : The console can display speed and distance in either miles or kilometers . For simplicity , all instructions in circuit breaker near this section refer to miles . the power cord . Make Reset sure that the circuit Position B Locatethe reset / off I [ _ To stop the walking belt , press the Stop button . breaker is in the reset The Time / Incline / Segment Time display will begin position . to flash . To restart the walkingbelt , pressthe Start button or the Speed A button . B Stand on the foot rails of the treadmill . Find the clip attached to the key ( see the drawing on page 10 ) and slide the clip onto the waistband of your Note : During the firstfew minutes that the treadmill clothes . Next , insert the key into the console . After is used , inspect the alignmentof the walking belt , a moment , the displays and various indicatorswill and align it if necessary ( see page 25 ) . light . Test the clip by carefully taking a few steps backward until the key is pulled from the B Change the incline of the treadmill as desired . console . If the key is not pulled from the con - sole , adjust the position of the clip . To change the inclineof the treadmill , pressthe Inclinebuttons . Each time ol II . - I 1 } NCLINE I L SEGM'E _ T " _ ME TIME a button is pressed , the incline will change by 0.5 % . Note : After the but - HOWTO USE THE MANUAL MODE tons are pressed , it may take a moment for the treadmill to reachthe selected incline setting . B Insert the key fully into the console . Follow your progress with the displays . ! ] See HOW TO TURN ON THE POWER above . The program display - - HEARTRAT _ CO _ L When the manual mode B Select the manual mode . or the iFIT . com mode is eoooooe eoooooe When the key is in - selected , the program ooooos I ooeee 0 serted , the manual I [ - displaywill showa track modewill be selected representing1 / 4 mile . As JC . . . . . . . . . . . . . and the Manual Control you exercise , the indica - indicator will light . If a tors aroundthe track willlight insequence until you programhas been have completed 1 / 4 mile . A new lap will then selected , press the Program buttonrepeatedly to begin . reselect the manuel mode . Calories / Fat Calories / Heart Rate display - - _ HEART RATE tl B Press the Start button or the Speed A button to This displayshowsthe start the walking belt . approximate numbersof ca / ories and fat ca / odes A moment after the but - you have burned ( see ton is pressed , the FAT BURNING on page 26 ) . The display will walking belt will begin to t Z # I _ - ' I oIol _ I . - I _ _ _ 1 change from one number to the other every few move at 1 mph . Hold the I KmlH " _ SPEED _ MIN / MILE ( kmk J seconds , as shown by the indicators beside the handrailsand begin display . The display will also show your heart rate walking . As you exer - when you use the handgrip pulse sensor ( see cise , change the speed of the walkingbelt as de - step 6 on page 12 ) or the optional chest pulse sired by pressingthe Speed V and , _ buttons . sensor ( see page 21 ) . 11
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Timellncline / Segment To reset the displays , press the Stop button , re - Time display - - When move the key . and then reinsertthe key . o I I _ 1 . - I - the manual mode orthe o I I - I - i iFIT . com mode is se - IL r _ Measure your heart rate , if desired . lected , thisdisplaywill show the elapsed time Note : Before usingthe handgrip pulse sensor , and the incline level of the treadmill . The display make sure that your hands are clean . will change from one number to the other every few seconds , as shown by the indicators beside To measure your the display . When a personal trainer program or a heart rate , stand heart rate program is selected , the display will on the foot rails show the time remaining in the program , the time and place your remaining in the current segment of the program , hands onthe and the incline level . Note : Each time the incline metal contactson changes , the display will show the current incline the handrail Your setting for several seconds . palms must be restingon the con - Distance / Laps tactHvoid moving your hands . When your display - - This display pulse is detected , the Heart Rate indicatorbeside shows the distance that the Calories / Fat Calories / Heart Rate displaywill i . IIz2J ? you have walked or run It - J # Z1 I light , two dashes ( - - ) will appear , and thenyour and the numberof 1 / 4 - heart rate will be shown . For the most accurate mile lapsyou have com - heart rate reading , continue to hold the con - pleted . The display will change from one number tacts for about 15 seconds . to the other every few seconds , as shown by the indicator beside the display . B When you are finished exercising , remove the key . Speed / Min - Mile display - - This display Step onto the foot rails , press the Stop button , and o shows the speed of the adjust the incline of the treadmill to the lowest I o , walking belt and your K , n / H " - - 1 I SPEED MIN / M / LE ( km ) J setting . The incline must be at the lowest setting current pace ( pace is when the treadmill is folded to the storage posi - measured in minutes per tion or the treadmill will be damaged . Next , re - mile ) . The display will change from one number to move the key from the console and put it in a se - the other every few seconds , as shown by the in - cure place . Note : If the displays and various indi - dicators beside the display . Note : Each time the cators on the console remain lit after the key is speed changes , the display will show the current removed , the console is in the " demo " mode . speed setting for several seconds . See page 21 and turn offthe demo mode . Note : When the Km / H in - When you are finished using the treadmill , move KmlH " _ dicator is lit , the console the reset / off circuit breaker to the off position and I - 0 will display speed and [ unplug the power cord . distance in kilometers ; SPEEO _ INIMJLE ( kmj _ - when the Km / H indicator is not lit , the console will display speed and distance in miles To change the unit of measurement , first hold down the Stop button while inserting the key into the console . An " E " for English miles or an " M " for metric kilometers will appear in the display . Press the Speed A but - ton to change the unit of measurement . When the desired unit of measurement is selected , remove the key and then reinsert it . 12
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be programmed for con - HOW TO USE PERSONAL TRAINER PROGRAMS Current Segment secutive segments . ) The speed setting for the first segment will be B Insert the key fully into the console . shown in the flashing See HOW TO TURN ON THE POWER on page Current Segment col - 11 . umn of the program dis - play . ( The incline set - tings are not shown in the program display . ) The B Select one of the personal trainer programs . speed settings for the next four segments will be shown in the four columns to the right . When the key is inserted , the manual mode When only three seconds remain in the first seg - will be se - ment of the program , both the Current Segment lected . To se - column and the column to the right will flash and a tone will sound . In addition , if the speed and / or lect a personal incline of the treadmill is about to change , the trainer pro - Speed / Min - mile display and / or the Time / Incline / gram , press the Program buttonrepeatedly until Segment Time display will flash to alert you , and one of the four personal trainer program indicators three tones will sound . When the first segment is lights . When a personal trainer program is se - completed , all speed settings will move one col - lected , the Time / Incline / Segment Time display will umn to the left . The speed setting for the second flash the maximum inclinesetting for the program segment will then be shown in the flashing for six seconds , and the Speed / Min - mile display Current Segment column and the treadmill will au - will flash the maximum speed setting . tomatically adjust to the speed and incline settings for the second segment . Note : If all of the indica - The four profileson the right side of the console tors in the Current Segment column are lit after the show how the speed and inclineof the treadmill speed settings have moved to the left , the speed will change during the programs . The numbers settings will move downwardso that only the high - beside the profiles show the maximum speed and est indicators appear inthe LED matrix , if some of incline settings for the programs . the indicators in the Current Segment column are not lit when the speed settingsmove to the left The program display will show the first four again , the speed settings will move back up . DOOOOOG speed settings for the ODOOOOOeI The program will continue in this way until the program . The Time / DOOOO speed setting for the last segment is shown in the Incline / Segment Time DOOOOOI Current Segment column and no time remains in display will show how the Time / Incline / Segment Time display . The walk - long the program will last . ing belt will then slow to a stop . If the speed or incline setting for the current B Press the Start button or the Speed A button to segmentis too highor too low , you can manually start the program . override the setting by pressing the Speed or Incline buttons . Every few times one of the Speed A moment after the button is pressed , the tread - buttons is pressed , an additional indicator wIUlight millwill automatically adjust to the firstspeed and or darken in the Current Segment column . If any of incline settings for the program . Hold the handrails the columns to the right of the Current Segment and begin walking . column have the same number of lit indicators as the Current Segment column , an additional indica - Each program is divided intoseveral time seg - tor may light or darken in those columns as well . ments of different lengths . ( The Time / Incline / Important : When the current segment of the Segment Time display will show both the time re - program ends , the treadmill will automatically maining in the program and the time remaining in adjust to the speed end incline settings for the the current segment . ) One speed setting and one next segment . incline setting are programmed for each segment . ( The same speed setting and / or incline setting may 13
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To stop the program temporarily , press the Stop HOW TO USE HEART RATE PROGRAMS button . The Time / Incline / Segment Time display will begin to flash . To restart the program , press the Start button or the Speed z _ button . To end the program , press the Stop button , remove the key , and then reinsert the key . B Follow your progress with the displays . See step 5 on page 11 . B Measure your heart rate if desired . Follow the steps below to use a heart rate program . See step 6 on page 12 . Note : You must wear the optional chest pulse sen - sor ( see page 21 ) to use a heart rate program . r _ When the program is completed , remove the key from the console . B Put on the chest pulse sensor . When the programhas ended , make sure thatset - See the instructions included with the optional the incline of the treadmill is at the lowest chest pulse sensor . ting . Next , remove the key from the consoleand putit in a safe place . Note : If the displays and various indicators on the console remain lit B Insert the kay fully into the console . after the key is removed , the console is in the See HOW TO TURN ON THE POWER on page " demo " mode . See page 21 and turn off the 11 . demo mode . When you are finished using the treadmill , move Select a heart rate program . lZl the reset / off circuit breaker to the off position and When the key is unplug the power cord . inserted , the manual mode will be selected . To select a . . . . . . . - - ' . . . . . . . . . . . heart rate pro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . dW / _ gram , press the Program button repeatedly until one of the two heart rate program indicators lights . The two profiles on the left sideof the console showhow the target heart rate will change during the programs . The numbers above the profiles represent percentages of your estimated maxi - mum heart rate . Note : Your estimated maximum heart rate is determined by subtracting your age from 220 . For example , if you are 30 years old , your estimated maximum heart rate is 190 beats per minute ( 220 - 30 = 190 ) . If you are 30 years old , a target heart rate setting of 50 % is equal to 95 beats per minute ( 50 % of 190 is 95 ) . 14
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During heart rate pro - Duringthe program , the consolewill regularly HE _ T _ T _ C _ r _ o grams , the program DOIO00C compare your heart rate to the current target heart 90IO00CCI display will show a rate setting . If your heart rate is too far below or DOQO00I graphic that represents DQOIO above the target heart rate setting , the speed of DO00IOC your heart rate . Each the treadmill will automatically increase or de - time a heartbeat is de - crease to bring your heart rate closer to the target tected , an additional heart rate setting , ff the speed reaches the maxi - peak will appear . mum speed limit for the program ( see step 5 at the left ) and your heart rate is still too far below the current target heart rate setting , the incline of I _ 1 Enter your age . the treadmill will also increase to bring your heart When a heart rate pro - rate closer to the target heart rate setting . ( - HEART RATE • gram is selected , the let - o _ The programwill continue untilno time remains in ters AGE and the current o ii _ ! _ _ l ! . . , I the program . The walking belt will then slowto a age settingwill begin to L - _ ArcA _ _ LS flash in the Calories / stop . Fat Calories / Heart Rate if the speed or incline settingis too high or too display . You must enter your age to use a heart low , you can adjustthe setting with the speed or rate program . If you have already entered your incline buttons . However , each time the console age , go to step 5 . If you have not entered your compares your heart rate to the current target age , press the Incline ( Age Set ) buttons until your heart rate setting , the speed and / or incline of the age is shown . Your age will then be saved in mem - treadmill may automatically change to bring your ory . heart rate closer to the target heart rate setting . _ ' . _ Adjust the maximum speed limit for the If your pulse is not detected during the program , program . the letters PLS will flash in the Calories / Fat Calories / Heart Rate display and the speed and in - When a heart rate pro - cline of the treadmill may automatically decrease gram is selected , the let - until your pulse is detected . Ifthis occurs , see the ters SPd ( speed ) and the L II _ o instructions included with the chest pulse sensor . maximum speed limitfor l c SPEED _ M / NIM / LE ( km ) J the program willflash in To stopthe program at any time , press the Stop the Speed / Min - Mile dis - play . If desired , change the maximum speed limit button . Heart rate programs should not be stopped temporarily and then restarted . To use a heart rate by pressing the Quick Speed buttons . program again , reselect the program and start it at the beginning . r _ Press the Start button or the Speed A button to start the program . B Follow your progress with the displays . A moment after the button is pressed , the tread - See step 5 on page 11 . mill will automatically adjust to the first speed and inclinesettingsfor the program . Holdthe handrails and begin walking . ir _ when the program is completed , remove the key from the console . Each heartrate program is divided into one - minute See step 6 on page 14 . segments . ( The Time / Incline / Segment Time dis - play will show boththe time remainingin the pro - gram and the time remaininginthe currentseg - ment of the program . ) One target heart rate set - ting is programmed for each segment . ( The same target heart rate setting may be programmed for consecutive segments . ) 15
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HOW TO CONNECT YOUR PORTABLE STEREO Note : If your stereo has an RCA - type AUDIO OUT jack , see instruction A below . If your stereo has a 3.5ram LINE OUT jack , see instruction B . If your To use iFIT . com CDs , the treadmillmust be connected stereo has only a PHONES jack , see instruction C . to your portableCD player , portablestereo , home stereo , or computerwithCD player . See pages 16 and A . Plug one end of the audiocable intothe jack onthe 17 for connectinginstructions . To use iFIT . com video - front of the treadmill near the power cord . Plug the cassettes , the treadmillmustbe connectedto your other end of the cable intothe included adapter . Plug VCR . See page 18 for connectinginstructions . To use the adapter into an AUDIO OUT jack on your stereo . iFIT . com programs directly from our internet site , the treadmill must be connectedto your home com - A puter . See page 17 for connectinginstructions . HOW TO CONNECT YOUR PORTABLE CD PLAYER Note : If your CD player has separate LINE OUT and II v PHONES jacks , see instruction A below . If your CD player has only one jack , see instruction B . i [ ] @ i AudioAdapter • Cable A . Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the front of the treadmill near the power cord . Plug the other end of the cable into the LINE OUT jack on your CD player . Plug your headphones into the PHONES jack . B . Plug one end of the audio cable intothe jack on the front of the treadmill near the power cord . Plug the other end of the cable into the LINE OUT jack on A your stereo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ° II . i _ ' 1 ( _ i Audio _ pHh ° enes [ iiiii - . ii : i h . e i _ v i Cable • B . Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the front of the treadmill near the power cord . Plug the other end of the cable into a 3.5mm Y - adapter ( avail - C . Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the able at electronics stores ) . Plug the Y - adapter into front of the treadmill near the power cord . Plug the the PHONES jack on your CD player . Plug your other end of the cable into a 3.5mm Y - adapter headphones into the other side of the Y - adapter . ( available at electronics stores ) , Plug the Y - adapter into the PHONES jack on your stereo . Plug your headphones into the other side of the Y - adapter , B C i PH0 . E @ Si i • ' u : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ , 3.5mm i iD " ] _ i Audio Y - adapter i v i Cable / II v , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ; . 3.5mm . _ [ ] _ " ) i Audio Y - adapter i i _ _ Cable / Headphones _ c _ c : - , " Headphones - . - - _ , - [ : _ D - , " 16
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HOW TO CONNECT YOUR HOME STEREO HOW TO CONNECT YOUR COMPUTER Note : If your stereo has an unused LINE OUT jack , Note : If your computer has a 3.5mm LINE OUT jack , see instruction A below . If the LINE OUT jack is see instruction A . If your computer has only a being used , see instruction B . PHONES jack , see instruction B , A . Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the A . Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the front of the treadmill near the power cord . Plug the front of the treadmill near the power cord . Plug the other end of the cable into the included adapter . other end of the cable into the LINE OUT jack on Plug the adapter into the LINE OUT jack on your your computer . stereo . A Audio I , v i LL _ ! Cable V [ ' _ _ Audio Adapter - _ i _ vl Cabe " / ' , . . . . " : : ' 2 : ' 2 " 2 . B . Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the front of the treadmill near the power cord . Plug the other end of the cable into a 3.5mm Y - adapter ( available at electronics stores ) . Plug the Y - adapter B . Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the into the PHONES jack on your computer . Plug your front of the treadmill near the power cord . Plug the headphones or speakers into the other side of the other end of the cable into the included adapter . Y - adapter . Plug the adapter into an RCA Y - adapter ( available at electronics stores ) . Next , remove the wire that is currently plugged into the LINE OUT jack on your B stereo and plug the wire into the unused side of the Y - adapter . Plug the Y - adapter into the LINE OUT jack on your stereo . il v i oi u , i . o ! @ _ _ = Y - adapter _ ; : : : _ _ _ , _ . . . . . . . . . . . i ' h v . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RCA _ i rD ] _ _ i Audio Y - adapter V ! , , _ _ - ] ! Cable Adapter | Wire removed from LINE OUT jack 17
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HOW TO CONNECT YOUR VCR Note : If your VCR has an unused AUDIO OUT jack , see instruction A below . If the AUDIO OUT jack is being used , see instruction B . If you have a TV To use iFIT . com COs or videocassettes , the treadmill with a built - in VCR , see instruction B . If your VCR must be connected to your portable CD player , portable is connected to your home stereo , see HOW TO stereo , home stereo , computer with CD player , or CONNECT YOUR HOME STEREO on page 17 . VCR . See HOW TO CONNECT THE TREADMILL TO YOUR CD PLAYER , VCR , OR COMPUTER on page A . Plug one end of the audio cable intothe jack on the 16 - 18 . Note : To purchase iFIT . com CDs or video - front of the treadmill near the power cord . Plug the cassettes , call toll - free 1 - 800 - 735 - 0768 . other end of the cable into the included adapter . Plug the adapter into the AUDIO OUT jack on your Follow the steps below to use an iFIT . com CO or video VCR . program . A a Insert the key into the console . See HOW TO TURN ON THE POWER on page 11 . B Select the iFIT . com mode . i q @ i Audio When the key is in - , , . . _ . . . _ , . _ _ . _ , . _ serted , the manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . i @ [ " _ - - - ] i Cable mode will be selected . To use iFIT . com CDs or videocassettes , press the Program button re - peatedly until the iFIT . com indicator lights . B . Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the front of the treadmill near the power cord , Plug the other end of the cable into the included adapter . _ ' _ Insert the iFIT . com CD or videocassette . Plug the adapter into an RCA Y - adapter ( available If you are usingan iFIT . com CD , insert the CD at electronics stores ) . Next , remove the wire that is into your CD player . If you are usingan iFIT . com currently plugged into the AUDIO OUT jack on your videocassette , insert the videocassette into your VCR and plug the wire into the unused side of the VCR . Y - adapter . Plug the Y - adapter into the AUDIO OUT jack on your VCR . B Press the PLAY button on your CD player or VCR . A moment after the button is pressed , your per - sonal trainer will begin guiding you through your i = : - ' : ' . : - - - , workout . Simply follow your personal trainer's instructions . Note : If the Time / Incline / Segment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . z . RCA Y - adapter - Time display is flashing , press the Start button or iN @ i Audio the Speed A button on the console . The treadmill • - _ : Cable Adapter will not respond to a CD or video program when the Time / Incline / Segment Time display is flashing . Wire removed from - _ > . - C : _ = , - - Duringthe CD or video pmgrem , an electronic AUDIO OUT jack " chirping " sound willalert you when the speed and / or inclineof the treadmillis about to change . CAUTION : Always listen for the " chirp " and be prepared for speed and / or incline changes . In some instances , the speed andlor incline may change before the personal trainer describes the change . 18
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If the speed or incline settings are too high or too • Make sure that the audio cable is properly low , you can manually override the settings at any connected , that it is fully plugged in , and that time by pressing the Speed or Incline buttons on it is not wrapped around a power cord . the console . However , when the next " chirp " is • If you are using your portable CD player and heard , the speed andlor incline will change to the CD skips , set the CD player on the floor or the next settings of the CD or video program . another flat surface instead of on the console . To stop the walking belt at any time , press the Stop button on the console . The Time / Incline / • See the instructions near the bottom of page 25 . Segment Time display will begin to flash . To restart the program , press the Start button or the Speed a button . After a moment , the walking belt _ ' . ' _ Follow your progress with the LED track and will begin to move . When the next " chirp " is the displays . heard , the speed and incline will change to the See step 5 on page 11 . next settings of the CD or video program . When the CD or video program is completed , the r _ Measure your heart rate if desired . walking belt will stop and the Time / Incline / Segment Time display will begin to flash . Note : To use an - See step 6 on page 12 . other CD or video program , press the Stop button or remove the key and go to step 1 on page 18 . B When the program is completed , remove the key . Note : if the speed or incline of the treadmill does not change when a " chirp " is heard : See step 6 on page 14 . • Make sure that the iFIT . com indicator is lit and CAUTION : Always remove iFIT . com CDs and that the Time / Incline / Segment Time display is videocassettes from your CD player or VCR not flashing . If the Time / InclinelSegment Time when you are finished using them . display is flashing , press the Start button or the Speed A button on the console . • Adjust the volume of your CD player or VCR . If the volume is too high or too low , the con - sole may not detect the program signals . 19
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B Rsturn to the treadmill and stand on the foot rails . Find the clip attached to the key and slide the clip onto the waistband of your clothes . When the on - screen countdown ends , the program Our Web site at www . iFIT . com allows you to access will begin and the walkingbelt will begin to move . basic programs , audio programs , and video programs Hold the handrails , step onto the walking belt , and directly from the internet . Additional options are soon to begin walking . Dudng the program , an electronic be available . See www . iFIT . com for details . " chirping " soundwillalert youwhen the speed and / or incline of the treadmill is about to change . To use programs from our Web site , the treadmill must CAUTION : Always listen for the " chirp " and be be connected to your home computer . See HOW TO prepared for speed and / or incline changes . CONNECT YOUR COMPUTER on page 17 . In addition , you must have an internetconnection and If the speed or incline settingsare too high or ton an internet service provider . A list of specific system re - low , you can manually override the settingsat any quirements will be found on our Web site . time by pressing the Speed or Incline buttons on the console . However , when the next " chirp " ia Follow the steps below to use a program from our heard , the speed and / or incline will change to Web site . the next seffings for the program . _ 11 Insert the key into the console . To stop the walking belt at any time , press the Stop button onthe console . The Tirnellncline / See HOW TO TURN ON THE POWER on page 11 . Segment Time display will begin to flash . To restart the program , press the Start button or the Select the iFIT . com mode . 6 Speed _ . button . After a moment , the walking belt will begin to move . When the next " chirp " is When the key is in - heard , the speed and incline will change to the serted , the manual next settings of the program . mode will be seleoted . . , _ _ iO _ t qq To use a program from _ _ r v • i C _ t - - When the program is completed , the walkingbelt our Web site , press the willstopand the TimellnclinelSegment Time dis - Program button repeat - play will begin to flash . Note : To use another pro - edly until the iFIT . com indicator lights . gram , press the Stop button and go to step 5 . Note : If the speed or incline of the treadmill l _ lGo to your computer and start an internet connection . does not change when a " chirp " is heard , make sure that the iFIT . com indicator is lit and that Lq Start your web browser , if necessary , and go to the Time / Incline / Segment Time display is not our Web site at www . iFIT . com . flashing . In addition , make sure that the audio cable is properly connected , that it is fully plugged in , and that it is not wrapped around a [ ] Follow the desired links on our Web site to se - lect a program . power cord . Read and follow the on - lineinstructions for using a Follow your progress with the LED track and program . the displays . See step 5 on page 11 . r _ Follow the on - line instructions to start the program . ! _ 1 When the program has ended , remove the key . When you start the program , an on - screen count - down will begin . See step 6 on page 14 . 2O
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THE INFORMATION MODE / DEMO MODE THE OPTIONAL CHEST PULSE SENSOR The console features an information mode that keeps An optionalchest pulse sensor adds even more fea - track of the total number of hours that the treadmill has tures to the console . The chest pulse sensor offers been operated and the total number of miles that the hands - free operation , end enables you to use the con - walking belt has moved . The information mode also al - sole's two heart rate programs . To purchase the lows you to switch the console from miles per hour to chest pulse sensor , call toll - free 1 - 800 - 734 - 2377 . kilometers per hour . In addition , the information mode allows you to turn on and turn off the demo mode . To select the information mode , hold down the Stop button while inserting the key into the console . When the information mode is selected , the following informa - tion will be shown : The Time / Incline / Segment _ " INCLINE Time display will show the total number of hours the o I1 - 1 . - _ 1 5 o l I - I ' - i treadmill has been used . SEGMENT T _ ME TIME The Distance / Laps displayerof wiltshow the total numb miles ( or kilometers ) that the IFC . ] walking belt has moved . OlST _ LAPS An ° E " for english miles oran " M " for metric kilometers will appear in the Speed / Min - Mile display . Press the Speed z _ SPEEO _ mlLe ( km _ _ button to change the unit of measurement . IMPORTANT : The Calories / I Fat Calories / Heart Rate dis - HEART RATE • I play should be blank . If a " d " O _ - FATCALS . CALS appears inthe display , the I console is inthe " demo " mode . This mode is intended to be used only when a treadmill is displayed in a store . When the console is in the demo mode , the power cord can be plugged in , the key can be removed from the console , and the displays and indicators on the console will automatically light in a preset sequence , although the buttons on the console will not operate . If a " d " ap - pears in the Calories / Fat CalodeslHeart Rate display when the information mode is selected , press the Speed V button so the display is blank . To exit the informationmode , remove the key from the console . 21
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HOW TO FOLD AND MOVE THE TREADMILL HOW TO FOLD THE TREADMILL FOR STORAGE Before folding the treadmill , adjust the incline to the lowest position . If this is not done , the treadmill may be permanently damaged , Next , unplug the power cord , CAUTION : You must be able to safely lift 45 pounds ( 20 kg ) in order to raise , lower , or move the treadmill , 1 . Hold the treadmill withyour hands in the locationsshown at the right . CAUTION : To decrease the possibility of injury , bend your legs and keep your back straight . As you raise the treadmill , make sure to lift with your legs rather than your back . Raise the treadmill about halfway to the vertical position , 2 . Move your right hand to the position shown and hold the Open treadmill firmly . Using your left hand , pull the latch knob to the left and hold it . Raise the treadmill until the catch is past the latch pin . Slowly release the latch knob . Make sure that the catch is securely held by the latch pin . To protect the floor or carpet from damage , place a Closed mat under the treadmill . Keep the treadmill out of direct sunlight . Do not leave the treadmill in the stor - age position in temperatures above 85 ° Fahrenheit . HOW TO MOVE THE TREADMILL Before movingthe treadmill , convert the treadmill to the stor - age positionas describedabove . Make sure that the catch is securely held by the latch pin . 1 . Holdthe handrails as shown and place one foot against a wheel . 2 . Tiltthe treadmillback until it mils freely on the wheels . Carefully move the treadmillto the desired location . Never move the treadmill without tipping it back . To reduce the risk of injury , use extreme caution while moving the treadmill . Do not attempt to move the treadmill over an uneven surface . 3 . Place one foot on a wheel , and carefullylower the tread - mill until it is resting in the storage position . Wheels 22
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HOW TO LOWER THE TREADMILL FOR USE 1 . Hold the upper end of the treadmill withyour right hand as shown . Using your left : hand , pull the latch knob to the left and hold it . Pivot the treadmill down until the frame is past the pin . Slowly release the latch knob . 2 . Hold the treadmill firmly with both hands , and lower the treadmill to the floor . Do not drop the treadmill frame to the floor . CAUTION : To decrease the possibility of injury , bend your legs and keep your back straight , 23
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TROUBLESHOOTING Most treadmill problems can be solved by following the simple steps below . Find the symptom that applies , and follow the steps listed . If further assistance is needed , call toll - free 1 - 8O0 - 4 - MY - HOME ® ( 1 - 800 - 469 - 4663 ) . PROBLEM : The power does not turn on SOLUTION : a . Make sure that the power cord is plugged into a surge suppressor , and that the surge suppressor is pluggedinto a properlygroundedoutlet ( see page 9 ) . Use only a single - outletsurge suppressor that meets all of the specificationsdescribed on page 9 . Important : The treadmillis notcompatible with GFCl - equipped outlets . b . Afterthe power cord has been plugged in , make sure that the key is fully insertedintothe console . Check the reset / offcircuit breaker located on the C . treadmill near the power cord . If the circuit breaker protrudesas shown , the breaker has tdpped . To reset the circuitbreaker , wait for five minutes and Reset _ then pressthe breaker back in . PROBLEM : The power turns off during use SOLUTION : a . Check the reset / offcircuit breaker located on the treadmillframe near the power cord ( see c . above ) . If the circuitbreaker has tdpped , wait for five minutesand then press the breaker back in . b . Make sure that the power cord is plugged in . Ifthe power cord is plugged in , unplug it , wait for five minutes , and then plug it back in . c . Remove the key from the console . Reinsertthe key fully into the console . d . If the treadmillstill will not run , call toll - free 1 - 800 - 4 - MY - HOME ® ( 1 - 800 - 469 - 4663 ) . PROBLEM : The speed display on the console does not function properly SOLUTION : a . Remove the key and UNPLUG THE POWER CORD . a 64 • 37 Carefully lower the Uprights ( 64 ) to the floor . Remove the three indicated Small Screws ( 37 ) . Raise the Uprights ( 64 ) to the vertical position . Pivot the Hood ( 1 ) off . 24
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Locate the Reed Switch ( 18 ) and the Magnet ( 101 ) on the left side of the Pulley ( 78 ) . Turn the Pulley until the Magnet is aligned with the Reed Switch . Make sure that the gap between the Magnet and the Reed Switch is about 118 " , If necessary , loosenthe 3 / 4 " Screw ( 24 ) and move the Reed Switch slightly . Retighten the Screw . Re - attach the hood , and run the treadmill for a few minutes to check for a correct Top View _ = = _ = _ speed reading . PROBLEM : The walking belt slows when walked on SOLUTION : a . Use only a single - outlet surge suppressor that meets all of the specifications described on page 9 . b , If the walking belt is overtightened , treadmill perfor - b , _ mance may decrease and the walking belt may be - _ . - 3 - 4 come damaged . Remove the key and UNPLUG THE POWER CORD . Using the allen wrench , turn both rear roller adjustment bolts counterclockwise , 1 / 4 of a turn . When the walking belt is properly tightened , you should be able to lift each side of the walking belt 3 to 4 inches off the walking platform . Be careful to keep the walking belt centered . Plug in the power cord , in - sert the key and run the treadmill for a few minutes . Rear Roller Adjustment Bolts Repeat until the walking belt is properly tightened . c . If the walking belt still slows when walked on , call toll - free 1 - 800 _ . - MY - HOME ® ( 1 - 800 _ . 69 - 4663 ) . PROBLEM : The walking belt is off - center or slips when walked on SOLUTION : a . If the walking belt is off - center , first remove the key a and UNPLUG THE POWER CORD . If the walking belt has shifted to the left , use the allen wrench to turn the left rear roller bolt clockwise 1 / 2 of a turn ; if the walking belt has shifted to the right , turn the bolt counterclockwise 1 / 2 of a turn . Be careful not to overtighten the walking belt . Plug in the power cord , insert the key , and run the treadmill for a few minutes . Repeat until the walking belt is centered . b , If the walking belt slips when walked on , first remove b the key and UNPLUG THE POWER CORD . Using the allen wrench , turn both rear roller bolts clockwise , 1 / 4 of a turn , When the walking belt is correctly tight - ened , you should be able to lift each side of the walk - ing belt 3 to 4 inches off the walking platform . Be careful to keep the walking belt centered . Plug in the power cord , insert the key and carefully walk on the treadmill for a few minutes . Repeat until the walking belt is properly tightened . PROBLEM : The incline of the treadmill does not change correctly or does not change when iFIT . com CDs and videos are played SOLUTION : a . With the key inserted in the console , press one of the Incline buttons . While the incline is changing , remove the key . After a few seconds , re - insert the key . The treadmill will automati - cally riseto the maximum incline level and then return to the minimum level . This will recalibrate the incline system . 25
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CONDITIONING GUIDELINES ergy . Onlyafter the first few minutes does your body begin to use stored fat calories for energy . If your goal is to burn fat , adjust the speed and incline of the tread - mili until your heart rate is near the lowest number in your training zone . For maximum fat burning , adjust the speed and incline of the treadmill until your heart rate is near the middle number in your training zone . Aerobic Exercise If your goal is to strengthen yourcardiovascular sys - tem , your exercise must be " aerobic . " Aerobic exercise is activity that requires large amounts of oxygen for The following guidelines will help you to plan your ex - prolonged periods of time . This increases the demand ercise program . For more detailed exercise informa - on the heart to pump blood to the muscles , and on the tion , obtain a reputable book or consult your physician . lungs to oxygenate the blood . For aerobic exercise , adjust the speed and incline of the treadmill until your EXERCISE INTENSITY heart rate is near the highest number in your training zone . Whether your goal is to burn fat or to strengthen your cardiovascular system , the key to achieving the WORKOUT GUIDELINES desired results is to exercise with the proper intensity . The proper intensity level can be found by using your Each workoutshould includethe following three parts : heart rate as a guide . The chart below shows recom - mended heart rates for fat burning and aerobic exercise . A Warm - up - - Start each workoutwith 5 to 10 minutes of stretching and light exercise . A proper warm - up in - creases your body temperature , heart rate and circula - HEART RATE TRAINING ZONES tion in preparationfor exercise . AEROBIC 165 155 145 140 130 125 115 MAX FAT BURN t45 138 130 125 118 110 103 Training Zone Exercise - - After warming up , increase FAT BURN 125 120 115 110 105 95 90 Age 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 the intensity of your exercise until your pulse is in your training zone for 20 to 60 minutes . ( During the first few weeks of your exercise program , do not keep your pulse in your training zone for longer than 20 minutes . ) To find the proper heart rate for you , first find your age Breathe regularly and deeply as you exercise - never near the bottom of the chart ( ages are rounded off to hold your breath . the nearest ten years ) . Next , find the three numbers above your age . The three numbers define your " train - A Cool - down - - Finish each workout with 5 to 10 min - ing zone . " The lower two numbers are recommended utes of stretchingto cool down . This will increase the heart rates for fat burning ; the higher number is the flexibility of your muscles and will help prevent post - ex - recommended heart rate for aerobic exercise . ercise problems . To measure your heart rate during exercise , use the EXERCISE FREQUENCY pulse sensor . To maintain or improve your condition , complete three Fat Burning workouts each week , with at least one day of rest be - tween workouts . After a few months , you may com - To burn fat effectively , you mustexercise at a relatively plete up to five workouts each week if desired . The key low intensity level for a sustained period of time . to success is to make exercise a regular and enjoyable During the first few minutes of exercise , your body part of your everyday life . uses easily accessible carbohydrate calories for en - 26
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SUGGESTED STRETCHES The correct form for several basic stretchesis shown at the right . Move slowlyas you stretch - - - never bounce . 1 . Toe Touch Stretch Stand withyour knees bent slightlyand slowly bend forward from your hips . Allow your back and shouldersto relax as you reach down toward your toes as far as possible . Holdfor 15 counts , then relax . Repeat 3 times . Stretches : Hamstrings , back of knees and back . 2 , Hamstring Stretch Sit withone leg extended . Bringthe sole of the oppositefoot to - 2 ward you and rest it against the innerthighof your extended leg . Reach toward your toes as far as possible . Holdfor 15 counts , then relax . Repeat 3 times for each leg . Stretches : Hamstrings , lower back and groin . 3 . Calf / Achilles Stretch With one leg in front of the other , reach forward and place your hands against a wall . Keep your back leg straight and your back foot flat on the floor . Bend your front leg , lean forward and move your hips toward the wall . Hold for 15 counts , then relax . Repeat 3 times for each leg . To cause further stretching of the achilles tendons , bend your back leg as well . Stretches : Calves , achilles tendons and ankles . 4 . Quadriceps Stretch With one hand against a wall for balance , reach back and grasp one foot with your other hand . Bring your heel as close to your buttocks as possible . Hold for 15 counts , then relax . Repeat 3 times for each leg . Stretches : Quadriceps and hip muscles . 5 . Inner Thigh Stretch Sit with the solesof your feet together and your knees outward . Pull your feet toward your groin area as far as possible . Hold for 15 counts , then relax . Repeat 3 times . Stretches : Quadriceps and hip muscles . 27
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PART LIST - - Model No . 831.294150 Rog0 A Key Key Key No . Qty . Description No . Qty . Description No . Qty . Description 85 1 Pulse Wire 1 1 Motor Hood 43 1 Right Foam Grip 2 2 Large Isolator 44 6 Base Pad 86 2 Staple Cover 87 1 Rear Roller 3 8 Pivot Nut 45 2 Platform Screw ( Rear ) 4 1 Motor Belt 46 1 Crossbar 88 1 Rear Foot ( Right ) 89 1 Motor Controller Wire 5 * 1 Motor Assembly 47 1 Ground Screw 90 1 iFIT . com Jack 6 1 Flywheel 48 1 Ground Washer 7 1 Motor 49 1 Upright Wire 91 2 Rear Roller Adj . Bolt 8 2 Frame Spacer 50 1 Right Cup Holder 92 2 Roller Adj . Washer 9 1 Hole Plug 51 1 Frame 93 1 Rear Endcap ( Right ) 94 1 Allen Wrench 10 1 Front Roller Adj . Bolt 52 1 Incline Motor Bolt 11 1 Motor Pivot Bolt 53 2 Caution Decal 95 1 Rear Foot ( Left ) 12 2 Lift Frame Pivot Bolt 54 4 Pulse Sensor 96 1 Rear Endcap ( Left ) 13 2 1 " Screw 55 2 Extension Leg 97 1 Warning Decalcrew 98 2 Latch Plate S 14 1 Motor Tension Nut 56 2 Wheel Bolt 99 1 Latch Plate 15 1 Motor Washer 57 2 Roller Star Washer 16 1 Motor Pivot Nut 58 2 Wheel 100 " 2 Extension Leg 17 1 Motor Tension Bolt 59 1 Incline Motor Assembly 18 1 Reed Switch 60 1 Stop Bracket 101 1 Magnet 19 1 2 " Incline Motor Bolt 61 1 Power Cord 102 1 Belly Pan Clip 20 1 Reed Switch Clip 62 1 Grommet 103 1 FrontEndcap ( Right ) 21 1 Lift Frame 63 2 Static Decal 104 1 RightBottomHandgrip 105 2 Isolator Bolt 22 1 Motor Star Washer 64 1 Upright 106 1 Ground Wire 23 1 Controller Bracket 65 1 Reset / Off 24 11 1 / 2 " Screw Circuit Breaker 107 4 EndcapScrew 25 1 Controller 66 1 Audio Wire Nut 108 1 FrontEndcap ( Left ) 26 1 Filter Wire 67 2 Isolator Bracket Cover 109 1 OpticSwitch Nut 27 4 Belt Guide Screw 68 1 Belly Pan 110 1 OpticSwitch 111 1 Optic Switch Bolt 28 2 Isolator Bottom Cap 69 1 Audio Wire 29 2 IsolatorTop Cap 70 2 Frame Pivot Bolt 112 1 Optic Disk 30 1 Key / Clip 71 2 Base Endcap 113 1 Optic Sensor Wire # 1 10 " Blue Wire , 2F 31 1 Left Foam Grip 72 4 Isolator # 1 4 " Blue Wire , 2F 32 1 Latch Assembly 73 2 Belt Guide 33 23 1 / 2 " Screw 74 * 1 Isolator Assembly # 1 4 " Blue Wire , M / F 34 2 Handrail Extension 75 4 Platform Screw # 1 8 " Red Wire , M / F 35 16 Extension Screw / 76 2 Foot Rail # 1 8 " BlackWire , M / F # 1 User's Manual Handlebar Screw 77 1 Walking Belt 36 1 iFIT . com Wire 78 1 Front Roller / Pulley 37 33 Small Screw 79 1 Console Ground Wire * Includesall parts shownin the box 38 1 Console Base 80 1 Walking Platform # These parts are not illustrated 39 1 Left Cup Holder 81 9 8 " Cable Tie If a part is missing , call toll - free 40 1 Console Back 82 1 Left Bottom Handgrip 1 - 800 - 999 - 3756 . 41 1 Book Holder 83 3 Tie Holder Clamp 42 1 Console 84 2 Releasable Tie
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