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Owner's z _ WARNING / _ Exercise can present a health risk . Consult a physician before beginning any exercise program with this equipment . If you feel faint or dizzy , immediately discontinue use of this equipment . Serious bodily injury can occur if this equipment is not assembled and used correctly . Serious bodily injury can also occur if all instructions are not followed . Keep others and pets away from equipment when in use . Always make sure all bolts and nuts are tightened prior to each use . Follow all safety instructions in this manual . When calling for parts or service , please specify the following number . MODEL NUMBER 55 - 1771 CAUTION : STAMINA PRODUCTS Weight on this product should not exceed 250 Ibs . MADE IN CHINA Product May Vary Slightly From Pictured . This Product is Produced Exclusively by f 2040 N . Alliance , Springfield , MO 65803 Customer Service Number 1 ( 800 ) 375 - 7520 www . staminaproducts . com 2006,06 Â© 2006 Stamina Products , Inc .
TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Page 2 Maintenance 14 Safety instructions Before You Begin 4 Conditioning Guidelines 15 Hardware identification Chart 5 Warm - up and Cool - Down 16 Assembly instructions 6 Warranty 17 Using The Meter 11 Product Parts Drawing 18 12 Parts List 19 Set Up instructions 13 Notes 2i Operational instructions Storage 14 Fax / Mail Ordering Form 22 SAFETY iNSTRUCTIONS WARNING : To reduce the risk of serious injury , read the following Safety Instructions before using the 1771 Cross Trainer . 1 . Read all warnings posted on the 1771 Cross Trainer . 2 . Read this Owner's Manual and follow it carefully before using the 1771 Cross Trainer . Make sure that it is properly assembled and tightened before use . 3 . We recommend that two people be available for assembly of this product . 4 . Keep children away from the 1771 Cross Trainer . Do not allow children to use or play on the 1771 Cross Trainer . Keep children and pets away from the 1771 Cross Trainer when it is in use . 5 . It is recommended that you place this exercise equipment on an equipment mat . 6 . Set up and operate the 1771 Cross Trainer on a solid level surface . Do not position the 1771 Cross Trainer on loose rugs or uneven surfaces . 7 . Inspect the 1771 Cross Trainer for worn or loose components prior to use . 8 . Tighten / replace any loose or worn components prior to using the 1771 Cross Trainer . 9 . Consult a physician prior to commencing an exercise program . If , at any time during exercise , you feet faint , dizzy , or experience pain , stop and consult your physician . 10 . Follow your physician's recommendations in developing your own personal fitness program . 11 . Always choose the workout which best fits your physical strength and flexibility level . Know your limits and train within them . Always use common sense when exercising . 12 . Do not wear loose or dangling clothing while using the 1771 Cross Trainer . 13 . Never exercise in bare feet or socks ; always wear correct footwear , such as running , walking , or crosstraining shoes . Be sure that they fit well , provide foot support and feature non - skid rubber soles . 14 . Be careful to maintain your balance while using , mounting , dismounting , or assembling the 1771 Cross Trainer , loss of balance may result in a fall and serious bodily injury . 15 . Keep both feet firmly and securely or ] the pedal caps while exercising . 16 . The 1771 Cross Trainer should not be used by persons weighing over 250 pounds . 17 . The 1771 Cross Trainer should be used by only one person at a time . 18 . The 1771 Cross Trainer is for consumer use only . It is not for use in public or semipublic facilities . WARNING : Before starting any exercise or conditioning program you should consult with your personal physician to see if you require a complete physical exam . This is especially important if you are over the age of 35 , have never exercised before , are pregnant , or suffer from any illness . READ AND FOLLOW THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAN RESULT IN SERIOUS BODILY INJURY .
| US FIRST 875 - 7520 THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING THE 1771 Cross Trainer To help you get started , we have pre = assembled most of your 1771 Cross Trainer at the factory with the exception of those few parts left unassembled for shipping purposes . Simply follow the few assembly instructions set forth in this manual . Within a few minutes you will be getting your body into shape and on your way to achieving a happier and healthier lifestyle . Should you have any questions , please call our Customer Service Department toll = free number , 1 ( 800 ) 375 - 7520 Monday = Thursday , 7 : 30 A . M . = 5 : 00 P . M . , Central Time . Friday , 8 : 00 A . M . - 3 : 00 P . M . , Central Time .
BEFORE YOU BEGIN Thank you for choosing the 1771 Cross Trainer . Although Stamina tries to manufacture its products We take great pride in producing this quality product with the finest materials and uses the highest and hope it will provide many hours of quality standards of manufacturing , occasionally a part that exercise to make you feet better , look better and enjoy does not fit , is the incorrect size , or is otherwise life to its fullest . inappropriate is found . Even with the highest Yes , it's a proven fact that a regular exercise inspection and quality controls in place , these things program can improve your physical and mental will happen occasionally . Please do not return the health . Too often , our busy lifestyles limit our time product . Contact us FIRST ! and opportunity to exercise . The 1771 Cross Trainer If a part is missing or defective , please call us toll provides a convenient and simple method to begin free at 1 - 800 - 375 - 7520 ( in the U . S . ) . Our Customer your assault on getting your body in shape and Service Staff is available to assist you from 7 : 30 A . M . achieving a happier and healthier lifestyle . to 5 : 00 RM . ( Central Time ) Monday through Thursday Before reading further , please review the drawing and 8 : 00 A . M . to 3 : 00 P . M . ( Central Time ) on Friday . below and familiarize yourself with the parts that are If you would like to contact us on - line , go to our labeled . website at www . staminaproducts . com and access the Customer Service section . Read this manual carefully before using the 1771 Cross Trainer . Be sure to have the name and model number of the product available when you contact us . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M . . . e . . t . e . . r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Foam Grip i f ii / i . , ' Foam Grip Left Handlebar _ " _ \ Pulse Sensor Plates _ Right Handlebar - - . . Tension Knob . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . f . z . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ; / Lower Pivoting Arm Upright Pedal Cap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Warning Label Pedal Arm Lower Pivoting Arm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L . . i . n . . k . . a . . g . . . e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I Wheel Left Cover Crank Disk Front Stabilizer Pedal Cap Leveling Cap _ Rear Stabilizer Pedal Arm THE FOLLOWING TOOLS ARE INCLUDED FOR ASSEMBLY : Alien Wrench ( dram ) Multi - opening Wrench
HARDWARE iDENTiFiCATiON CHART This chart is provided to help identify the hardware used in the assembly process . Place the washers , the end of the bolts , or screws on the circles to check for the correct diameter . Use the small scale to check the length of the bolts and screws . 3 / 16 " 1 / 4 " 5 / 16 " 3 / 8 " 1 / 2 " ( _ _ _ _ _ INCHES 0 1 / 2 1 1 / 2 2 1 / 2 3 1 / 2 4 1 / 2 5 1 / 2 6 , i , l , i i , l , i , , i in . 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 MILLIMETERS Â© 10 12 NOTICE : The length of all bolts and screws except those with flat heads is measured from below the head to the end of the bolt or screw . _ length Flat head bolts and screws are measured from the top of the head to the end of the bolt or screw . After unpacking the unit , open the hardware bag and make sure that you have all the following items . Some hardware may be already attached to the part . Part No . and Description Qty 62 Carriage Bolt ( MS Ã— 1.25 Ã— 75ram ) 63 6 Bolt , Button Head ( M8 Ã— 1.25 x 15ram ) 64 2 Bolt , Button Head ( M8 Ã— 1.25 Ã— 20ram ) 65 2 Bolt , Button Head ( M8 Ã— 1.25 Ã— 48ram ) 66 4 Bolt , Button Head ( M8 x 1.25 x 75ram ) 70 Bolt , He Ã— Head ( M6 x 1 Ã— 35ram ) 75 Screw , Round Head ( ME Ã— 15ram ) 79 Nylock Nut ( MS x 1.25 ) 84 4 Acorn Nut ( M6 Ã— 1 ) 85 2 Acorn Nut ( MS Ã— 1.25 ) 86 Arc Washer ( M6 ) 4 87 Arc Washer ( MS ) 10 88 Lock Washer ( M6 ) 4 89 Lock Washer ( MS ) 12 47 Large Washer ( M16 Ã— 0 . Emm thick ) 2 48 Large Washer ( MS x 28ram x 2ram thick ) 2
ASSEMBLY iNSTRUCTiONS Place all parts from the box in a cleared area and position them on the floor in front of you . Remove att packing materials from your area and place them back into the box . Do not dispose of the packing materials until assembly is completed . Read each step carefully before beginning . If you are missing a part please calt our toll - free number for assistance 1 ( 800 ) 375 - 7520 or e - mail us at : parts @ staminaproducts . com 62 _ 4 / / / G6 STEP 1 Attach the FRONT STABILIZER ( 2 ) onto the MAIN FRAME ( l ) with CARRIAGE BOLTS ( M8xl . 25x75mm ) ( 62 ) , ARC WASHERS ( M8 ) ( 87 ) , LOCK WASHERS ( M8 ) ( 89 ) , and ACORN N UTS ( M8xl . 25 ) ( 85 ) . STEP 2 Attach the REAR STABILIZER ( 3 ) onto the MAIN FRAME ( l ) with BUTTON H LAD BOLTS ( M8 Ã— 1 . 25 Ã— 75ram ) ( 66 ) , ARC WASHERS ( M8 ) ( 87 ) , and LOCK WASHERS ( M8 ) ( 89 ) . NOTE : You can adjust the LEVELING CAPS ( 54 ) on the REAR STABILIZER ( 3 ) to keep the 1771 Cross Trainer stable .
ASSEMBLY iNSTRUCTiONS Cable End . . . . Bracket - . , - z Spring Hook ! i _ ; } 28 STEP 3 Refer to the inset drawing . Lay the UPRIGHT ( 5 ) on the floor close to the front of the MAiN FRAME ( I ) . Set the TENSION KNOB ( 23 ) on the UPRIGHT ( 5 ) at position " 8 " , so the cable end extends out of the metal fitting as far as possible . Connect the CABLE END of the TENSION KNOB ( 23 ) into the SPRING HOOK on the end of the TENSION CABLE ( 22 ) . Pull the CABLE on the TENSION KNOB ( 23 ) firmly and insert the cable through the slot in the bracket . Then insert the METAL FITTING on the end of the CABLE of the TENSION KNOB ( 23 ) into the hole at the end of the slot in the BRACKET . Adjust the TENSION KNOB ( 23 ) and verify that the SPRING HOOK moves when the TENSION KNOB ( 23 ) is adjusted . STEP 4 Plug the SENSOR WIRE ( 28 ) firmly into the CONNECTION WIRE ( 27 ) . CAUTION : Be careful not to damage the SENSOR WIRE ( 28 ) and CONNECTION WIRE ( 27 ) when assembling the UPRIGHT ( 5 ) . STEP 5 Insert the UPRIGHT ( 5 ) onto the MAIN FRAME ( l ) and secure with BUTTON HEAD BOLTS ( M8xl . 25x15mm ) ( 63 ) , ARC WASHERS ( MS ) ( 87 ) , and LOCK WASHERS ( MS ) ( 89 ) . Do not tighten the bolts until STEP 10 .
ASSEMBLY iNSTRUCTiONS LEFT 42 J JJ J i i f i / / i ) Â© i ' / / i i i i i ! / : > . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . , . / . ' . _ . . 7 . . . . . . , . " . . . _ . . , , ' Â® / J I / 2 - Â® 7S i RIG HT _ S STEP 6 NOTE : 1 . There is a " L " decal on the LEFT PEDAL ARM ASSEMBLY ( 4L ) , and a " R " decal on the RIGHT PEDAL ARM ASSEMBLY ( 4R ) . 2 . The RIGHT PEDAL SHAFT ( 38 ) has right hand threads and is tightened by turning clockwise . The LEFT PEDAL SHAFT ( 37 ) has left hand threads and is tightened by turning counter clockwise . Place the front end of the RIGHT PEDAL ARM ( 4R ) on the ROLLER ( 56 ) . Connect the back end of the RIGHT PEDAL ARM ( 4R ) to the RIGHT CRANK ( 35 ) located inside the CRANK DISK ( 32 ) as shown . Thread the RIGHT PEDAL SHAFT ( 38 ) into the RIGHT CRANK ( 35 ) and tighten securely . Repeat on the left side . STEP 7 There is a " L " decal on the LEFT PEDAL CAP ( 42 ) , and a " R " decal on the RIGHT PEDAL CAP ( 43 ) . Attach the RIGHT PEDAL CAP ( 43 ) onto the RIGHT PEDAL ARM ( 4R ) with ROUND HEAD SCREWS ( M5xlSmm ) ( 75 ) . Repeat on the left side . NOTE : The LEFT and RIGHT PEDAL CAPS ( 42 , 43 ) have a raised lip on three sides . Attach the LEFT and RIGHT PEDAL CAPS ( 42 , 43 ) to the LEFT and RIGHT PEDAL ARMS ( 4L , 4R ) so that the side without the raised lip is on the outside .
ASSEMBLY iNSTRUCTiONS LEFT Look down from the top i . - â‚¬ > / Shaft STEP 8 : There is a " L " decal on the LEFT HANDLEBAR ( 6 ) , and a " R " decal on the RIGHT HANDLEBAR ( 7 ) . To assemble the RIGHT HANDLEBAR ( 7 ) , place a SPACER ( 46 ) and a LARGE WASHER ( M16 ) ( 47 ) onto the right side of the SHAFT on the UPRIGHT ( 5 ) . Slide the RIGHT HANDLEBAR ( 7 ) onto the SHAFT and secure with a LARGE WASHER ( MS ) ( 48 ) , LOCK WASHER ( M6 ) ( 89 ) , and BUTTON HEAD BOLT ( MSxl . 25x20mm ) ( 64 ) . Repeat on the left side . STEP 9 : Attach the LOWER PIVOTING ARMS ( 8 ) to the LEFT and RIGHT HANDLEBARS ( 6 , 7 ) with HEX BOLTS ( M6x35mm ) ( 70 ) , ARC WASHERS ( M6 ) ( 86 ) , LOCK WASHERS ( M6 ) ( 88 ) , and ACORN NUTS ( M6xl ) ( 84 ) . Attach the LOWER PIVOTING ARMS ( 8 ) to the LINKAGES ( 9 ) on the PEDAL ARMS ( 4 ) at both sides with the PLASTIC WASHERS ( MS ) ( 44 ) , BUTTON HEAD BOLTS ( MSxl . 25x48mm ) ( 65 ) , and NYLOCK N UTS ( M8x1 . 25 ) ( 79 ) . STEP 10 : Look down from the top of the UPRIGHT ( 5 ) to make sure the pivot tubes on the HANDLEBARS ( 6 , 7 ) are parallel to the FRONT STABILIZER ( 2 ) and the PEDAL ARMS ( 4 ) are crossing the ROLLERS ( 56 ) properly â€¢ Tighten the BUTTON HEAD BOLTS ( MSxl . 25xlSmm ) ( 63 ) on the UPRIGHT ( 5 ) .
ASSEMBLY iNSTRUCTiONS fi / / / / 2 ? ' â€¢ â€¢ \ \ \ , \ / ' / / ' / STEP 11 Install two AA batteries into the METER ( 24 ) , two batteries included . See page 11 for detailed battery installation instructions . Connect the PULSE SENSOR WIRE ( 25 ) and CONNECTION WIRE ( 27 ) to the METER ( 24 ) . Slide the METER ( 24 ) onto the bracket on the UPRIGHT ( 5 ) . CAUTION : Be careful not to damage the PULSE SENSORWlRE ( 25 ) and CONNECTION WIRE ( 27 ) when sliding the METER ( 24 ) . 10
USING THE METER POWER ON : Pedal movement or press any button . POWER OFF : Automatic shut off after 4 minutes of inactivity . Resets all values to zero . Upper Display FUNCTION BUTTONS : MODE : Press and release to select each function for display on Upper Display or preset target values . Lower / Press the button and hold it down for three Display seconds to reset all functions to zero . SET : Press to set target values for TIME , DISTANCE , CALORIES , and PULSE . RESET : This button will reset each function to zero . To reset all functions to zero , press the button / and hold it down for three seconds . PRESET VALUES OPERATION : Stop pedaling for four seconds . Press the MODE button to select functions for preset target values . The meter will cycle through the functions as follows and allow you to set the function values . Time ( 0 : O0 to 99 : 00 ) - - - - _ Distance ( 0.0 to 99.5 mile ) - - - - - _ Calories ( 0 to 9999 cal ) - - - - - _ Pulse ( 30 to 240 BPM ) Use SET & RESET buttons to enter desired values and press MODE button to confirm and move to next function for presetting . Or , just press the MODE button to pass the setting of some functions . Start to run the Meter functions by pedaling . FUNCTIONS : SCAN : Upper display automatically scans SPEED , TIME , DISTANCE , CALORIES , PULSE , and TEMPERATURE in sequence with a change every four seconds . Press and release the MODE button until " SCAN " appears on display . SPEED : Displays the current speed , from zero to 999 Mile / Hr . TIME : Counts upward to 99 : 59 in one second increments . Counts down from preset value . DISTANCE : Displays distance up to 99.99 miles in increments of 0.01 miles . Counts down from preset value . CALORIES : Displays the calories consumption , from zero to 9999 cal . Counts down from preset value . The calories readout is an estimate for an average user . It should be used only as a comparison between workouts on this unit . PU LSE : Displays your pulse rate in beats per minute . To display pulse , grasp the Pulse Sensors on the Stationary Handlebar , one in each hand . The heart symbol " _ " will begin flashing when the Electronic Meter senses your pulse . Your pulse will be displayed approximately five ( 5 ) seconds after the heart icon is displayed . If you do not place your hands correctly and 60 seconds passes without a pulse input , the Meter will turn off the pulse circuit . Press the MODE button to restart and place your hands back on the Pulse Sensors correctly , the pulse readout will appear again . If you preset the PULSE value , the Meter will warn you with an audible alarm when your pulse exceeds the set value . Stop exercising until your pulse comes down . TEMPERATURE : Displays the current environment temperature . AA Batteries @ HOW TO INSTALL AND REPLACE BATTERIES : e 1 . Open the Battery Door on the back of the meter . 2 . The meter operates with two AA batteries , two batteries included . Refer to the illustration to install or replace the batteries . G NOTE : 1 . Do not mix a new battery with an old battery . 2 . Use the same type of battery . Do not mix an alkaline battery with another type of battery . 3 . Rechargeable batteries are not recommended . 11
SET UP iNSTRUCTIONS Place the 1771 Cross Trainer in the area where it will be used . It is recommended that the 1771 Cross Trainer be placed on an equipment mat . The maximum operation dimensions of the 1770 Cross Trainer are approximately 56 1 / 8 " long x 60 5 / 8 " tall x 26 1 / 8 " wide . ( These dimensions may vary up to one inch . ) An area 4 feet wide x 7 feet long is required for safe operation of the 1771 Cross Trainer . Make sure that adequate space is available for access to and passage around the 1771 Cross Trainer . LEVELING : Adjust the LEVELING CAPS ( 54 ) on the REAR STABILIZER ( 3 ) so that the 1771 Cross Trainer sets on the floor without rocking . MOVING : The 1771 Cross Trainer has a pair of WHEELS ( 55 ) on the FRONT STABILIZER ( 2 ) . Grasp the STATIONARY HANDLEBAR and tip the 1771 Cross Trainer forward to move . Stationary Handlebar . . . . . . . . . 23 _ ; 4 \ _ " . . . . . . . . . E . . q . . u . . ipment Mat FUNCTION INSPECTION : Visually inspect the 1771 Cross Trainer to verify that assembly is as shown in the above illustration . Check the function of the 1771 Cross Trainer . Stand on the foot pedals and place your hands at a comfortable position on the handlebars . Slowly move your highest foot forward and follow the natural path of the machine . Turn the crank slowly through one complete revolution to verify that the drive train functions properly . Adjust the TENSION KNOB ( 23 ) and verify that it functions properly . CAUTION : Locate and read the WARNING LABEL ( 93 ) on the 1771 Cross Trainer . Make sure that all users read the WARNING LABEL ( 93 ) . 12
OPERATIONAL iNSTRUCTiON LOAD ADJUSTMENT To increase the load , turn the TENSION KNOB ( 23 ) clockwise . To decrease the load , turn the TENSION KNOB ( 23 ) counterclockwise . NOTE : The load wilt increase as you pedal faster . i i f J J EXERCISE WORKOUT To start using the 1771 Cross Trainer simply stand on the foot pedals with the front of your shoes close to the front edge of the pedal cap . Place your hands at a comfortable position on the handlebars . Simply move your highest foot forward and follow the natural path of the machine . Start on a load level that is comfortable to familiarize yourself with the machine . Once you are comfortable start adjusting the load level to achieve the workout desired . Forward and Reverse The 1771 Cross Trainer can be used in the forward and reverse direction to vary the muscles that you work out . This will also vary your workout helping you to stay motivated . To change directions , simply stow the pedals down until they stop and switch directions . Load Level Adjustment The load level of 1771 Cross Trainer can be changed at any time during your workout . Adjusting your load level wilt allow you to increase or decrease your intensity level . 13
STORAGE 1 . To store the 1771 Cross Trainer simply keep it in a clean dry place . 2 . The minimum rest dimensions of the 1771 Cross Trainer are approximately 49 5 / 8 " tong x 61 " tall x 26 1 / 8 " wide . These dimensions may vary . Please measure your 1771 Cross Trainer if exact dimensions are needed . 3 . Move the 1771 Cross Trainer with the moving wheels on the FRONT STABILIZER ( 2 ) . Grasp the STATIONARY HANDLEBAR on the UPRIGHT ( 5 ) , tip the 1771 Cross Trainer forward and move slowly . 4 . To avoid damage to the METER ( 24 ) , remove the batteries before storing the 1771 Cross Trainer for one year or more . MAINTENANCE The safety and integrity designed into the 1771 Cross Trainer can only be maintained when the 1771 Cross Trainer is regularly examined for damage and wear . Special attention should be given to the following : 1 . Adjust the TENSION KNOB ( 23 ) and verify that the Magnetic System provides tension . The Magnetic System should provide many years of use . 2 . Verify that the WARNING LABEL ( 93 ) is present and legible . Replace the WARNING LABEL ( 93 ) if it is missing or damaged . 3 . It is the sole responsibility of the user / owner to ensure that regular maintenance is performed . 4 . Worn or damaged components shall be replaced immediately or the 1771 Cross Trainer removed from service until repair is made . 5 . Only Stamina Products supplied components shall be used to maintain / repair the 1771 Cross Trainer . 6 . Keep your 1771 Cross Trainer clean by wiping with an absorbent cloth after use . 14
CONDITIONING GUIDELINES How you begin your exercise program depends on your physical condition . If you have been inactive for several years or are severely overweight , start slowly and increase your workout time gradually . Increase your workout intensity gradually , too , by monitoring your heart rate while you exercise . Remember to follow these essentials : â€¢ Have your doctor review your training and diet programs . â€¢ Begin your training program slowly with realistic goals that have been set by you and your physician . â€¢ Warm up before you exercise and cool down after you work out . â€¢ Take your pulse periodically during your workout and strive to stay within a range of 60 % ( lower intensity ) to 90 % ( higher intensity ) of your maximum heart rate zone . Start at the lower intensity and build up to higher intensity as you become more aerobically fit . â€¢ If you feel dizzy or lightheaded you should stow down or stop exercising . Initially you may only be able to exercise within your target zone for a few minutes ; however , your aerobic capacity will improve over the next six to eight weeks . It is important to pace yourself while you exercise so you don't tire too quickly . To determine if you are working out at the correct intensity , use a heart rate monitor or use the table below . For effective aerobic exercise , your heart rate should be maintained at a level between 60 % and 90 % of your maximum heart rate . If just starting an exercise program , work out at the low end of your target heart rate zone . As your aerobic capacity improves , gradually increase the intensity of your workout by increasing your heart rate . Measure your heart rate periodically during your workout by stopping the exercise but continuing to move your legs or walk around . Place two or three fingers on your wrist and take a six second heartbeat count . Multiply the results by ten to find your heart rate . For example , if your six second heartbeat count is 14 , your heart rate is 140 beats per minute . A six second count is used because your heart rate will drop rapidly when you stop exercising . Adjust the intensity of your exercise until your heart rate is at the proper level . Target Heart Rate Zone Estimated by Age * Age Target Heart Rate Zone Average 0Maximum % ( 55 % - 90 % of Maximum Heart Rate ) Heart Rate 10 20 years 110 - 180 beats per minute 200 beats per minute 25 years 107 - 175 beats per minute 195 beats per minute 30 years 105 - 171 beats per minute 190 beats per minute 35 years 102 - 166 beats per minute 185 beats per minute 40 years 99 - 162 beats per minute 180 beats per minute 45 years 97 - 157 beats per minute 175 beats per minute 50 years 94 - 153 beats per minute 170 beats per minute 55 years 91 - 148 beats per minute 165 beats per minute 60 years 88 - 144 beats per minute 160 beats per minute 65 years 85 - 139 beats per minute 155 beats per minute 70 years 83 - 135 beats per minute 150 beats per minute * For cardiorespiratory training benefits , the American College of Sports Medicine recommends working out within a heart rate range of 55 % to 90 % of maximum heart rate . To predict the maximum heart rate , the following formula was used : 220 - Age = predicted maximum heart rate 15
WARM - UP and COOL - DOWN Warm - up The purpose of warming up is to prepare your body for exercise and to minimize injuries . Warm up for two to five minutes before strength - training or aerobic exercising . Perform activities that raise your heart rate and warm the working muscles . Activities may include brisk walking , jogging , jumping jacks , jump rope , and running in place Stretching Stretching while your muscles are warm after a properwarm - up and again after your strength or aerobic training session is very important . Muscles stretch more easily at these times because of their elevated temperature , which greatly reduces the risk of injury . Stretches should be held for 15 to 30 seconds . Do not bounce . Suggested Stretching Exercises Floor Stretch Lower Body Stretch Place feet shoulder - width While sitting on the floor , apart and lean forward . open the legs as wide as Keep this position for 30 possible . Stretch the upper seconds using the body as a body toward the knee on the natural weight to stretch the right leg by using your arms backs of the legs . to pull your chest to your DO NOT BOUNCE ! thighs . Hold this stretch 10 to 30 seconds . When the pull on the back of DO NOT BOUNCE ! the legs lessen , try a lower Do this stretch 10 times . position gradually . Repeat the stretch with the left leg . Bent Torso Pulls Bent Over Leg Stretch Stand with feet shoulder - While sitting on the floor , have legs apart one leg width apart and lean forward straight and one knee bent . as illustrated . Using the Pull the chest down to touch arms , gently putt the upper the thigh on the leg that is body towards the right leg . bent and twist at the waist . Let the head hang down . DO NOT BOUNCE ! Hold this position at least 10 seconds . Repeat 10 times Hold the position a minimum on each side . of 10 seconds . Repeat pulling the upper body to the left leg . Do this stretch several times slowly . Remember always to check with your physician before starting any exercise program . Cool = Down The purpose of cooling down is to return the body to its normal , or near normal , resting state at the end of each exercise session . A proper cool - down slowly lowers your heart rate and allows blood to return to the heart . Your coot - down should include the stretches listed above and should be completed after each strength - training session . 16
LiMiTED WARRANTY MODEL 55 - 1771 WARRANTY Stamina Products , Inc . warrants that this product will be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use , service and proper operation for a period of 90 days on the parts and three years on the frame from the date of the original purchase from an authorized retailer . THIS WARRANTY SHALL NOT APPLY TO ANY PRODUCT WHICH HAS BEEN SUBJECT TO COMMERCIAL USE , ABUSE , MISUSE , ALTERATION OF ANY TYPE OR CAUSE OR TO ANY DEFECT OR DAMAGE CAUSED BY REPAIR , REPLACEMENT , SUBSTiTUTiON OR USE WITH PARTS OTHER THAN PARTS PROVIDED BY STAMINA PRODUCTS , INC . Commercial use includes use of the product in athletic clubs , health clubs , spas , gymnasiums , exercise facilities , and other public or semipublic facilities whether or not the product's use is in furtherance of a profit making enterprise , and all other use which is not for personal , family , or household purposes . To implement this limited warranty , send a written notice stating your name , date , and place of purchase and a brief description d the defect along with your receipt to Stamina Products , Inc . P . O . Box 1071 , Springfield Missouri , USA , 65801 - 1071 or call us at 1 ( 800 ) 375 - 7520 . If the defect is covered under this limited warranty , you will be requested to return the product or part to us for free repair or replacement at our option . NO ACTION FOR BREACH OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY MAY BE COMMENCED MORE THAN ONE ( 1 ) YEAR AFTER THE DATE THE ALLEGED BREACH WAS OR SHOULD HAVE BEEN DISCOVERED . NO ACTION FOR BREACH OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY MAY BE COMMENCED MORE THAN ONE ( 1 ) YEAR AFTER DELIVERY OF THE PRODUCT TO THE PURCHASER . This limited warranty is not transferable . IF ANY PART OF THE PRODUCT IS NOT IN COMPLIANCE WITH THIS LIMITED WARRANTY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY , THE REMEDY OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AVAILABLE TO YOU . In the event that the purchaser makes any claim under this limited warranty or any implied warranty , the Warrantor reserves the right to require the product to be returned for inspection , at the purchaser's expense , to the Warrantor's premises in Springfield , Missouri . Return of the enclosed warranty registration card is not required for warranty coverage , but is merely a way of establishing the date and place of purchase . Stamina Products , Inc . SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE LOSS OF USE OF ANY PRODUCT , LOSS OF TIME , INCONVENIENCE , COMMERCIAL LOSS OR ANY OTHER INDIRECT , CONSEQUENTIAL , SPECIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES DUE TO BREACH OF THE ABOVE WARRANTY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY . This limited warranty is the only written or express warranty given by Stamina Products , Inc . This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also have other legal rights which vary from state to state . ANY OTHER RIGHT WHICH YOU MAY HAVE , INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE , IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY . The laws in some jurisdictions restrict the rights of manufacturers and distributors of consumer goods to disclaim or limit implied warranties and consequential and incidental damages with respect thereto . If any such law is found to be applicable , the foregoing disclaimers and limitations of and on implied warranties and consequential and incidental damages with respect thereto shall be disregarded and shall be deemed not to have been made to the extent necessary to comply with such legal restriction . 17
PRODUCT PARTS DRAWING FRONT 59 26 24 _ _ 49 51 50 . . . . . . . < \ 27 \ 25 _ 26 25 64 _ 46 88 45 25 86 84 47 45 5 3O 6O 64 65 23 . 6O 27 79 9 69 57 56 6O 57 58 80 42 89 65 8O 87 22 58 57 64 56 89 28 57 41 58 91 69 87 89 62 75 39 4O 57 I 5 12 ! 1 35 52 987 85 71 77 43 68 67 . , _ 82 77 90 85 61 / 1 15 4 55 56 55 4O 59 54 52 71 32 / 71 52 54 / 89 53 66 BACK 18
PARTS LIST DIAGRAM # PART NAME QTY 1 Main Frame 1 2 Front Stabilizer 1 3 Rear Stabilizer 1 4 Pedal Arm 2 5 Upright 1 6 Left Handlebar 1 7 Right Handlebar 1 8 Lower Pivoting Arm 2 9 Linkage 2 10 Pulley and Axle 1 11 Bearing ( 6003Z ) 2 12 Bearing Washer ( M17 ) 1 13 C Ring ( 17mm ) 2 14 V - Ribbed Belt 1 15 Idler Arm 1 16 Idler Wheel 1 17 Idler Wheel Spacer ( o10 x o16 x 16mm ) 1 18 Tension Spring 1 19 Magnetic Resistance Unit 1 20 Eyebott 2 21 Tension Bracket 2 22 Tension Cable 1 23 Tension Knob 1 24 Meter 1 25 Pulse Sensor Wire 1 26 Pulse Sensor Plate 2 27 Connection Wire 1 28 Sensor Wire 1 29 Magnet 1 3O Left Cover 1 31 Right Cover 1 32 Crank Disk 2 33 Disk Cap 2 34 Left Crank 1 35 Right Crank 1 36 Flange Bolt ( M8 x 1.25 x 25mm ) 2 37 Left Pedal Shaft ( 9 / 16 " - 20 , Left Hand Threads ) 1 38 Right Pedal Shaft ( 9 / 16 " - 20 , Right Hand Threads ) 1 39 Pedal Arm Bushing 4 40 Axle Washer ( 1 / 2 " x 1 1 / 4 " ) 2 41 Axle Washer ( M8 ) 2 42 Left Pedal Cap 1 43 Right Pedal Cap 1 44 Plastic Washer ( el0 x o18 x 2mm thick ) 8 45 Handlebar Bushing 4 46 Spacer 2 47 Large Washer ( M16 x 0.5mm thick ) 2 48 Large Washer ( M8 x 28mm x 2mm thick ) 2 49 Dome Plug ( 38mm ) 2 19
PARTS LIST DIAGRAM # PART NAME QTY 5O 2 Foam Grip 51 2 Short Foam Grip 52 4 Cap Bushing 53 4 Securing Cap 54 2 Leveling Cap 55 Wheel 2 56 Roller 2 57 4 Bearing ( 6000z ) 58 4 Wave Washer ( O10 x O14 x 0.5mm Thick ) 59 2 Dome Plug ( 35mm ) 60 4 Round Plug ( 28.6mm ) 61 2 Oval Plug ( 20mm x 60mm ) 62 2 Carriage Bolt ( M8 x 1.25 x 75mm ) 63 Bolt Button Head 6 ( M8 x 1.25 x 15mm 64 Bolt Button Head 4 ( M8 x 1.25 x 20mm 65 Bolt Button Head 4 ( M8 x 1.25 x48mm 66 Bolt Button Head 2 ( M8 x 1.25 x 75mm 67 Bolt Button Head 1 ( MI0 x 1.5 x20mm 68 Bolt Button Head 1 ( M10 x 1.5 x 38mm 69 2 Bolt Button Head ( M10 x 1.5 x 98mm 70 4 Bolt Hex Head ( M6 x 1 x 35mm ) 71 4 Screw , Round Head ( M4 x 12mm ) 72 2 Screw , Round Head ( M4 x 15mm ) 73 5 Screw , Round Head ( M5 x 15mm ) 74 6 Screw , Small Round Head ( M5 x 25mm 75 4 Screw , Round Head ( M5 x 15mm ) 76 1 Screw , Round Head ( M5 x 0.8 x 60mm 77 4 Screw , Round Head ( M5 x 0.8 x 15mm 78 2 Nut ( M6 x 1 ) 79 4 Nylock Nut ( M8 x 1.25 ) 80 2 Nylock Nut ( MI0 x 1.5 ) 81 2 Thin Nylock Nut ( M10 x 1.5 x 7mm thick ) 82 2 Thin Nut ( 3 / 8 " - 26 x 0.16 " thick ) 83 2 Nut ( 3 / 8 " - 26 x 0.28 " thick ) 84 4 Acorn Nut ( M6 x 1 ) 85 2 Acorn Nut ( M8 x 1.25 ) 86 4 Arc Washer ( M6 ) 87 10 Arc Washer ( M8 ) 88 4 Lock Washer ( M6 ) 89 14 Lock Washer ( M8 ) 9O 4 Washer ( o16 x _ L Â° , 2x 0.5mm thick ) 91 2 Wave Washer ( o16 . 5 x 022 x 0.4mm Thick ) 92 Foam Pad 3 93 1 Warning label 94 2 Round Plug ( 24.8mm ) 95 1 Allen Wrench ( 6mm ) 96 1 Multi - opening Wrench 97 Manual 1 20
FAX / MAIL ORDERING FORM Please do not return the product . For your convenience , Stamina has a Customer Service Department with a toll - free number . Should a part be missing or a defective part found , please call 1 ( 800 ) 375 = 7520 ( in the U . S . ) between 8 : 00 A . M . and 5 : 00 P . M . Central Time , Monday through Friday or fill out the fax sheet ordering form below and fax it to ( 417 ) 889 - 8064 . Our Customer Service Department wilt be able to assist you with your problem and the part wilt be mailed directly to your house . MAIL TELEPHONE FAX ONLINE STAMINA PRODUCTS , INC . CUSTOMER SERVICE CUSTOMER SERVICE CUSTOMER SERVICE ATTN : Customer Service Tel : 1 ( 800 ) 375 - 7520 Fax : ( 417 ) 889 - 8064 parts @ staminaprod ucts . com P . O . Box 1071 www . staminaproducts . com Springfield , MO . 65801 - 1071 Detach and Mail or Fax the Form Below Stamina Products , Inc . P . O . Box 1071 Springfield , MO 65801 - 1071 Mr . / Ms : Address : Apt . # : City : State : Zip Code : iMPORTANT : We must have your phone number in order to process the order ! Phone # : ( ) Work Phone # : ( ) Date Purchased : Model # : Purchased From : iMPORTANT : Before filling out the form below make sure you have the right information . Refer to the parts list to make sure you're ordering the right parts ! PART # DESCRIPTION QUANTITY I EXAMPLE : 1 I Rear Unit Assembly I 1 i