Wheelchair Training Rollers
The Invictus Active Trainer
The Invictus Active Trainer is the ultimate wheelchair training rollers and has been tried, tested and highly recommended by hospitals and rehab centres worldwide. Now, you can enjoy all the benefits that this wheelchair roller offers, in your own home. Whether you are looking to improve your balance, to lose weight, or to build muscle strength, the Invictus Active Trainer is an unparalleled training asset for wheelchair users.
The concept is simple, but the benefits are enormous. You just guide your wheelchair up the ramps, position your large wheels on top of the rollers, and start using your arms as if you are powering yourself along. The four independent rollers allow you to exercise each arm individually, or you can use both arms together to simulate ‘on-road’ pushing. Some wheelchair users develop a dominant arm, and using the Invictus Active Trainer can help you to balance the force in both arms so preventing potential injury to the previously weaker side.
The Invictus Active Trainer wheelchair training rollers was designed by wheelchair users, for wheelchair users, to help themselves, and you, to regain health and vitality and to enjoy that invigorating feeling that a good workout can produce.
Increases your mobility difficulties
During a 30-minute workout, you can burn up to 350-kcal. That means that the Invictus Active Trainer can help you to lose weight, especially when combining an exercise routine with a healthy diet. Due to the sedentary nature of being in a wheelchair, it can be difficult to find ways to use up sufficient calories every day to stop the pounds from accumulating. This excess weight not only increases your mobility difficulties, it can, of course, lead to other health problems.
A daily workout on your wheelchair training rollers will improve both cardiac and respiratory functions, increasing your general level of fitness. With regular use, you will develop better coordination, balance and technique, all of which will assist you in your daily movements in your wheelchair. Ramps and inclines will no longer be such as challenge for you, so extending the places that you can reach in your wheelchair.
The Invictus Active Smart Trainer
The Invictus Active Trainer is an important part of the training programs of wheelchair athletes helping them to achieve their maximum potential in their chosen sport. A high-intensity workout helps to increase their speed on the racetrack, their agility on the basketball court and their capacity to reach those long balls on the tennis court.
The phone app that is available with the Invictus Active Smart Trainer allows you to keep a record of the distance you cover, the speeds you reach, and your heart rate. This will help you to monitor your progress and to set yourself new goals to achieve.
The Invictus Active Trainer is lightweight and portable, so you can take it anywhere with you. It is really easy to set up and you can use it both indoors or outside. Some people choose to set it up in front of a window, while others place it in front of the TV. It doesn’t matter where you put it, although you will probably find that as you feel the benefits of your workouts you will be spending more time each day on your wheelchair roller. It is suitable for all kinds of wheelchair users, both young and old and irrespective of your starting level of fitness.
The word Invictus comes from the Latin meaning invincible of unconquered, and that is exactly what you will be with the new-found fitness, strength and energy that your wheelchair roller will bring you. Take the plunge and start your new healthy lifestyle today, you won’t regret it.
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