Released just in time for the New Year is the FreeStep LT3 Recumbent Cross Trainer, designed to help users users with joint and mobility issues obtain a low-impact, full-body workout.

The unit offers technology available in high-end commercial physiotherapy steppers used by physical therapists but in a home-use solution, according to Teeter in a media release.

Features include:

UltraGlide Bearings for long-lasting frictionless motion at each pivot point.

SoftStep Pedals with a cushioned yet durable grip surface for added traction and control.

SureGrip Handles with high-grade rubberized coating for unmatched durability and a sweat-resistant surface that is easy to clean.

ComfortSelect Seat for thicker, more cushioned support and more positioning options.

It also features Patented Stride Technology engineered to mimic a stepping motion rather than a cyclical motion, completely taking the pressure off the ankles, knees, and hips.

In addition, the arm handles are adjustable to move with the motion of the legs for full upper body toning and the option for full body exercise or HIIT training. The user can also adjust their resistance level with one simple dial to change the intensity of their workout for best results.

“When we launched nearly two years ago, we never fathomed the outstanding demand for the FreeStep,” says Rylie Teeter, CEO of Teeter, in the release.

“We’re thrilled now to expand our FreeStep line-up with the LT3 so customers have even more options when shopping for low-impact exercise solutions.”

[Source(s): Teeter, PR Newswire]