The Fit Anti-Gravity Treadmill, new from Fremont, Calif-based AlterG, features a reimagined design along with some key improvements at a lower cost for more accessibility to a broader range of users, according to the company.

Among the features to help enable pain-free physical rehab and training is a lower step-up height than ADA requirements for stairs along with a new, open-back cockpit design with light and easy height adjustment and inseam set-point measurements to help ensure simple enter and use of the treadmill.

Additional features are a magnetized, snap-up air chamber closure that lays flat for ease of entry as well as a new window design.

“We are incredibly excited to bring our patented form of Differential Air Pressure technology to market with an aggressive price and compelling new features that will deliver greater access to this technology for people that can benefit from the AlterG experience,” says Charles Remsberg, chief executive officer for AlterG, in a media release from the company.

Along with easier patient ingress and egress, the Fit offers treadmill speeds of 0-12 miles per hour and body weight adjustment from 100% to as little as 40% for users 85 to 350 pounds, per the release.

For more information, visit AlterG.

[Source(s): AlterG, PRWeb]