SportsArt G576U UPRIGHT CYCLE
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G576U STATUS ECO-POWR UPRIGHT CYCLE
SportsArt’s ECO-POWR™ Status line is the embodiment of design, technology, sustainability, and cardiovascular excellence. The sleek angles and premium features combine with state of the art energy generating technology to produce the most engaging workout users can feel good about. The G576U Upright Cycle features a low-profile shroud design for ease-of-access, vertically and horizontally adjustable seat, and multiple resistance adjustment points with both fingertip and toggle controls.
- ECO-POWR™ integrated inverter
- Console toggles and fingertip controls for easy resistance adjustment
- Multi-point seat adjustment
- 3-speed fan
LEADING THE GREEN FITNESS REVOLUTION
SportsArt’s patented ECO-POWR™ technology is revolutionizing the way we think about cardio workouts. The built-in technology drives a connection between our individual actions and the impact those actions have on the environment by turning workouts into clean, renewable energy. With ECO-POWR™ we build healthier bodies and healthier environments⎼one workout at a time.
- Convert up to 74% of human energy produced into clean, renewable energy
- Motivate members with meaningful impact metrics like watts generated
- Generate up to 220 wH of electricity per hour workout, offsetting energy consumption
- Simplify cord and outlet management through daisy chain capabilities
ECO-POWR™ ELECTRICITY BASICS
When initially turned on, similar to standard appliances, ECO-POWR™ products draw a small amount of electricity. As a workout begins, the units almost instantaneously stop consuming electricity and, within seconds, enough energy is being produced to power the unit and to send excess electricity back into the facility’s grid through a standard outlet. That energy is then used to power other machines and devices within the facility, offsetting the power needed from the utility company.