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Pro Fitter 3D Cross Trainer by FitterFirst PF2

$749.99 $699.99

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Pro Fitter 3D Cross Trainer PF2
Better balance, Coordination Balance and Agility

Designed by a former ski racer and president of Fitter, Louis Stack, The Pro Fitter is the company's leading total body strengthening and motor skill enhancement training equipment. 

Develop Dynamic Strength and 3-D Stability at Home or at the Gym

Pro Fitter by FitterFirst includes the advantages of the Ski Pro Fitter and has some extras:

The Pro Fitter Includes:

  • A laminated exercise guide and DVD with 20 functional exercises for upper body, core and lower body exercises
  • Independently flexing and rotating foot pads
  • Six different, easily interchangeable levels of difficulty
  • Attachable soft ankle board for sitting, standing and upper body work
  • Support information on general conditioning and rehabilitation

 

*Weights sold separately

 

Around the world, Pro Fitter is found in more than 10,000 sports medicine and rehabilitation centers where it is used for restoring coordination, agility, strength and endurance with patients suffering from the effects of illnesses such as head injuries, strokes and ACL tearing.

In the sports world, athletes drawn from almost every sport depend on the Pro Fitter to help them improve their quickness, agility and functional strength.

The Pro Fitter is versatile, easily adjustable, quiet, and user-friendly. Master the basic exercises on a Pro or Ski Fitter and your personal confidence will sky rocket.

Motivation is the key to a successful fitness or rehab program. Pro Fitter is challenging yet fun and easy to learn! Individuals of all ages quickly discover that skill building with Pro Fitter is more like a sport than an exercise!

Since 1985, athletes and medical experts world wide have depended on Pro Fitter for maximizing sports performance. If you and your family want to maximize an active lifestyle, then get these proven benefits from the Pro Fitter MDM (multi-directional movement) cross trainer:

  • Better balance, coordination and overall agility
  • Enhanced functional core strength and stability
  • Faster and more precise reaction skills
  • Improved cardiovascular endurance
  • Improved proprioception reducing the risk of sports injury
  • Maximize functional leg strength and power.
  • Obtain faster and more precise reaction skills.
  • Develop effective upper and lower body strength programs.

OPTIONAL BALANCE AIDS
FOR ADDED SECURITY IN BALANCE TRAINING

Fitter self-standing Balance Aids are a popular item used to assist first time users, individuals with limited balance, and individuals in early rehabilitation for additional safety and support. Designed to be used for touch reference as singles or in pairs. Sold as Pairs.

  • Lightweight 51" poles with self standing 9" bases
  • Suited for use with Pro Fitters, balance boards and balance pads
  • Can be used as an indoor walking aid
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