Teeter FreeStep Overview with Rylie Teeter



See the Teeter FreeStep in Action! This is a recording of a Facebook Live presentation with CEO Rylie Teeter. Be sure to like us on Facebook to be notified the next time we go live! – https://www.facebook.com/TeeterFitness

The Teeter FreeStep™ Recumbent Cross Trainer brings a new level of ease to exercising in your own home with a stress-free, zero-impact cardio and strength workout. FreeStep takes the load off your back and joints, elevating comfort beyond traditional ellipticals, treadmills, and steppers while delivering exceptional calorie-burning results.

Teeter FreeStep Features:
Recumbent Training – The comfortable and naturally-reclined seated position reduces body fatigue and eliminates the stress on your joints and back while still delivering a full fat-burning cardio workout.

Patented Stride Technology protects the knees, with a natural step that follows a smooth, linear path. Dual Power Motion distributes muscle exertion throughout the body. Shift from working hard with your legs to focusing on your arms, so you can exercise longer without getting tired. That means a more comfortable total body workout that feels easier while burning more calories for faster results.

Whisper Quiet – Conveniently exercise indoors at any time of day or night without creating a noisy environment or straining to hear the TV during use.

Variable Magnetic Resistance – The easy-to-use system adjusts from lower to higher intensity with one simple dial, accommodating a range of ability levels.

Adjustable Seat – The cushioned seat reclines and adjusts to fit your height so you can position your body for optimal posture, muscle engagement and comfort.

Commercial-Grade Engineering – A virtually friction-free linkage system (tested to over 2.3 million cycles) means long-lasting performance in your own home.

Learn more about Teeter FreeStep Recumbent Cross Trainer: http://bit.ly/2XPrKJK

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