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Maximize your cardio floor space by installing the new XT-One cross-trainer. The XT-One allows users to walk, run, hike or climb all on one machine.
Instead of installing multiple machines to fulfill the different modalities
Adjustable Incline Motion
Ready for a hike in the foothills or to tackle a mountain? The XT-One has 10 incline levels so users can replicate hiking or extreme climbing; with adjustability accommodating every exerciser’s capability and size.
Also, it’s simple to target different muscle groups by changing the incline level throughout the workout so members can quickly add variety to their workout
Replicate walking, jogging or running, and add new challenges with Octane’s signature SmartStride, which automatically adjusts the length of the stride from 20”-28” based on the user’s pace.
This smart technology optimizes variety and effectiveness for valuable customization, motivation and results, every workout. The adjustable stride length allows to fit any size user at your facility.
Facilities can choose a Smart Console, Smart Console with a Personal Viewing Screen (PVS), a Standard Console or a Standard Console with a PVS.
With intuitive navigation, the console provides valuable data and entertainment at one’s fingertips, so multi-tasking is simple and workouts fly by! Plus, Octane’s signature Workout Boosters are easy to activate for immediate interval training during any session, and multiple advanced training programs are just a push of a button
With a keen eye for details, Octane created the patented, one-of-the-kind Converging Path and MultiGrip handlebars to help exercisers better engage the upper body and ensure that these muscles are fully engaged.
MultiGrip handlebars offer exercisers a variety of positions to change their grip and target different arm, chest and back muscles. Digital contact heart rate sensors and fingertip controls on the handlebars make monitoring and adjusting intensity simple. And Converging Path handlebars follow the natural path of the arms when walking or running.