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Precor Introduces the New Adaptive Motion Trainer® (AMT®) with Open Stride™
Adaptive stride length and adjustable stride height provide infinite range of motion paths
Woodinville, Wash. – Today Precor introduces the all-new Adaptive Motion Trainer (AMT) with Open Stride at the 2012 International Health and Racquet Sports Association (IHRSA) Trade Show in Los Angeles, CA.
The new AMT with Open Stride will quickly become a favorite – not only for facility operators but for exercisers. It has a low perceived exertion and achieves a higher caloric burn. Combined with greater personalization, exercisers stay engaged and work out longer, resulting in increased goal achievement.
Paul Byrne, President of Precor, comments, “We are extremely proud of our company’s history of innovation. When we first introduced the AMT in 2007, we didn’t just introduce a new product, we introduced a whole new category – adaptive motion. With the new AMT with Open Stride, we’ve done it again, as it offers a workout experience similar to other pieces of cardio, all on one machine. We feel confident that if you had to run a fitness facility with only one category of cardio equipment, you could do it with the AMT.”
The new AMT with Open Stride enables users to adjust their stride height from 6.8” to 10” (17 to 25 cm). Additionally, the new AMT has a longer adaptable stride length, increased from 27” to 36” (69 cm to 91 cm) to accommodate users of all sizes and fitness levels. These two innovative product improvements add up to provide more workout variety than any other piece of cardio equipment, delivering greater personalization of motion on the fly for exercisers.
The new AMT with Open Stride is available in two models, AMT® 885 and AMT® 835. The AMT 885 features a P80 console with a touchscreen and a simple and intuitive user interface that provides extensive personalization for the user. The AMT 835 has a P30 console which features a large LED display that focuses on essential fitness stats.
For more information about the new Precor Adaptive Motion Trainer (AMT), click here.
Founded in the Seattle, WA area in 1980, Precor designs and builds premium fitness equipment for effective workouts that feel smooth and natural. Precor continually redefines the levels of innovation, quality, and service necessary to deliver the very best fitness experiences – all with the goal of improving the ways people improve themselves.
Precor is a subsidiary of Amer Sports Corporation, the world’s largest sports equipment company, with internationally recognized brands Wilson, Atomic, Suunto, Salomon, Arc’Teryx and Mavic. Precor operates production, distribution and a headquarters facility near Seattle, with offices in the UK, Germany, Benelux, Spain, France, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Japan and China. All Amer Sports companies develop and manufacture technically advanced products that improve the performance of active sports participants. Amer Sports operates in 33 countries and employs over 7,000 staff worldwide. In 2011, Amer Sports' net sales were EUR 1.88 billion.