Salt Lake City-based HOGGAN Health Industries Inc, an innovator and manufacturer of wellness equipment and medical diagnostic tools, recently introduced the HOGGAN Sprint Trainer at the ICAA Active Aging 2006 Conference in Las Vegas.
The HOGGAN Sprint Trainer is an equitable ADA-compliant resistance-training machine, suited for use in active aging centers and physical therapy environments. Designed for people of all abilities, HOGGAN Sprint Trainers offer an adjustable exercise position system that enables users and therapists to perform a variety of exercises on the same unit, while situated in a wheelchair, standing, or seated. In addition, by if HOGGANs wireless instrumented therapy cord system is used, the Sprint Trainer can provide immediate feedback to the user (including force, total repetitions, and the ability to set force thresholds).
After studying the need of physical therapists and wellness directors, we discovered the necessity of an ADA-compliant and fully-equitable resistance training machine, says Lynn Hoggan, chairman of HOGGAN Health Industries Inc. In addition to an easy-to-use and space-efficient design, our HOGGAN Sprint Trainer features instant biofeedback that is revolutionary to the industry.
For additional information, visit www.hogganhealth.com, or call (800) 678-7888.