HealthBeat® Hand Cycler - Proper Use
Video features the proper use of the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Hand Cycler system.
[video: Scene fades into a man dressed in a warm up track suit standing next to a man seated in a wheelchair at the Hand Cycler system. Chris Nelson a certified fitness trainer explains the proper use of the exercise equipment.]
Chris: The Health Beat Hand Cycler. This piece of equipment it was designed to give those with limited lower body mobility an opportunity to get a cardio vascular work out.
[video: The man begins to rotate the hand holds forward in a cycling motion.]
Chris: To begin grip the handles and begin peddling forward. Resistance can be adjusted with the dial that’s on the hand cycler.
[video: the man continues to pedal the hand holds as Chris points to specific areas of the machine. He points to the resistance housing in the middle of the machine. Camera switches to a close-up of the resistances dial from over the man’s shoulder as he works out.]
Chris: This piece of equipment should be used for twenty to forty minutes to get a cardio vascular work out and also it can be used as a ten-minute warm up to start your circuit training.
[video: camera switches to a front view as they man continues to pedal the hand holds. Camera switches to a back view of the man as he works out. Camera switches to a side view of the man at the Hand Cycler system.]
Chris: This is also a great piece of equipment for those who are trying to build upper body endurance such as runners or tri athletes.
[video: camera focuses on the man’s as he rotates he hand pedals around the resistance housing unit.]
HealthBeat® Hand Cycler
Video features the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Hand Cycler system.
[video: scene fades into a close-up of the Hand Cycler informational sign with suggested body placement and movements. A woman speaks to another woman off camera.]
Woman 1: Do you feel comfortable?
Woman 2: Yeah.
[video: A woman helps situate an older woman seated in a wheelchair at the Hand cycler system. The woman in the wheelchair grabs the hand holds of the Hand Cycler. The camera zooms in across the work out area of the woman as she sits and rotates the handles of the cycler. Camera switches to a side view of the woman as she continues to pedal the Hand Cycler. Camera switches to a front view of the woman as she continues to work out. A woman holding the wheelchair leans down to say something to the woman working out. Scene switches to a front view of the Hand Cycler as a woman rotates the resistance dial on the top of the system. The camera pulls back for a view of the woman’s upper body as she quickly rotates the handles of the cycler. The woman smiles as she works out. Scene switches to a teenage girl as she rotates the hand holds of the cycler. She stops to change the resistance of the machine. The camera zooms in on the Cycler system as the girl continues to work out.]