University Recreation

eXercise

Versa Climber

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The following information is to be used as a guideline only. If any of the exercises cause any pain or discomfort, stop the exercise immediately and consult your physician. We strongly encourage you to consult with a physician before participating in any physical activity.

Primary Muscles: Glutes
Secondary Muscles: Abdominals, Abductor, Adductor, Biceps, Deltoids, Hamstrings, Quadriceps
Body Area: Arms, Core, Glutes, Legs, Shoulders
Modality Types: Machines Machines
Equipment: Versa Climber 108SM

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Proper Steps

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  • Read "Getting Started" before beginning any exercise
  • Support yourself by holding the stationary hand rails. Always step on the lower pedal first, applying enough weight to bring it to its lowest position.
  • While still holding onto the stationary hand rails, step up onto the other pedal and bring the pedals to an even or level position.
  • Select a hand position at approximately shoulder height.
  • Take a shallow 4-6 inch step height. (The average step height of a flight of stairs is only 7 inches)

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