Hoggan Sprint Upper Body Ergometer (UBE)

November 18, 2009 by  
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The HOGGAN Sprint Upper Body Ergometer (UBE) was designed for accessibility, ease of use and comfort. It provides a variety of options for upper body cardiovascular conditioning. This versatile unit is a perfect fit in any wellness, rehabilitation or educational facility. Features & Benefits ADA Compliant – Meets and exceeds standards set by the U.S. Department of Justice, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Easily removable seat for wheelchair access. Accessible “walk thru” design. Bi-directional moving arms for greater versatility. Adjustments allow the HOGGAN Sprint UBE to be used in a seated, standing or overhead position. Adjustable crank arms for user comfort and a precise fit. Easy to use, there are no complex or confusing programs to run. Utilizes friction free magnetic resistance technology, which provides a smooth and efficient workout. The HOGGAN Sprint Upper Body Ergometer is “human powered,” thus requiring no external power source. Rated for continuous heavy-duty commercial use. Designed, fabricated and assembled entirely in the USA by HOGGAN Health Ind., Inc.

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  1. We appreciate the endorsement.

    Thanks, Kevan – Marketing Manager

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