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Workout Profile and Goal Program
The Console lets you select the Profile Program and type of Goal for your workout (Distance, Time or Calories), and set the
Goal value.
1.
Stand on the machine.
2. Push the Increase(
c
) or Decrease(
d
) buttons to select the correct User profile.
3.
Push the Programs button.
4.
Push the Left(
e
) or Right(
f
) buttons to select a Category of Workout.
5.
Push the Increase(
c
) or Decrease(
d
) buttons to select a Profile Workout, and push OK.
6.
Use the Increase(
c
) or Decrease(
d
) buttons to select a type of Goal (Distance, Time or Calories), and push OK.
7.
Use the Increase(
c
) or Decrease(
d
) buttons to adjust the workout value.
8.
Push OK to begin the goal-oriented workout. The GOAL value will count down as the value for percent completed
increases.
Note:
During a Calories Goal, each column is for a 2 minute time period. The active column will advance across the screen
every 2 minutes. If the workout lasts for more than 30 minutes, the active column will fix to the last right column and push
the previous columns off the display.
Fitness Test Program
The Fitness Test measures the improvements of your physical fitness level. The test compares your power output (in Watts) to
your heart rate. As your fitness level improves, your power output will increase at a given heart rate.
Note:
The Console must be able to read the heart rate information from the Contact Heart Rate (CHR) sensors to work
correctly.
You can start the Fitness Test from the FEEDBACK category. The Fitness Test program first prompts you to select your fitness
level—Beginner ( “BEG” ) or Advanced ( “ADV” ). The Console will use the Age and Weight values for the selected User Profile
to calculate the Fitness Score.
Start to workout and hold the Heart Rate Sensors. When the test starts, the intensity of the workout slowly increases. This
means you will work harder, and as a result, your heart rate increases. The intensity continues to increase automatically until
your heart rate reaches the “Test Zone”. This zone is individually computed to be near 75 percent of the maximum heart rate
of your User Profile. When you reach the Test Zone, the machine holds the intensity steady for 3 minutes. This lets you reach
a stable condition (where your heart rate becomes steady). At the end of the 3 minutes, the Console measures your heart
rate and the power output. These numbers, along with information about your age and weight, are computed to produce a
“Fitness Score”.
Note:
Fitness Test scores should only be compared to your previous scores and not to other User Profiles.
Compare your Fitness Scores to see your improvement.
Sample