ProForm Hybrid Trainer

3 years 2 months ago #43 by Liam
ProForm Hybrid Trainer was created by Liam
I am liking the Hybrid bike and elliptical trainer from Proform. I need to strengthen my muscles due to back surgery I had a few months ago and I was hoping for something with lumbar support. This trainer is perfect. I can then use the elliptical mode when I am better able to.

I was wondering though do I need to plug this unit in? Does it require power?

The room I want to put it in doesn't have a plug and I don't want to run an extension cord.
3 years 1 month ago #45 by Barb
Replied by Barb on topic ProForm Hybrid Trainer
I have one. It is a great trainer.

It has no power cord. They use batteries instead to power the display panel. You need 4 AA batteries which will last in the machine a couple of months if you use it most days.
3 years 1 month ago #46 by Pickle
Replied by Pickle on topic ProForm Hybrid Trainer
I like the trainer as well though I use it sitting down much more than standing up. I find it much easier to use this way but then again I am overweight by about 100 lbs at the moment. I have lost 25 lbs though using the machine though and I do enjoy the work out.
2 years 9 months ago - 2 years 9 months ago #180 by bobmilaf
Replied by bobmilaf on topic ProForm Hybrid Trainer
The Hybrid Trainer Pro has many of the same great features as the original Hybrid Trainer.

:P Digital resistance allows you to adjust your workout resistance for increased higher intensity and calorie burn.

:S With several foot position options, you can settle in for a enjoy great traction control and great workout.

:blush: By using the elliptical for 25 minutes a day, 3 to 4 times a week, your cardio and stamina capacity will increase.
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