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Bravo 101: Adjustable Pulleys

  
  
  
  
Bravo 101

 

We've all seen a dual stack cable system before and you might think you already know the drill when looking at the Bravo functional trainer. However, there are two key features on the Bravo that are entirely unique.

What are these two features?

Cybex's own Ben Wilde will walk you through them in the video below.

 

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Comments

THE GYM THAT I WORK OUT @ HAS ARC TRAINER 630 IN THEIR AEROBICS AREA AND I USE THE iTRAINER MP3 PROGRAM ON MY iPOD.HOW DO I PUT THIS PROGRAM TO ITS OPTIMUM WHEN THE iTRAINER PROGRAM IS BASED ON THE ARC TRAINER 750?
Posted @ Saturday, October 01, 2011 3:07 PM by JOE SCHIMNOWSKI
Hi Joe, 
 
The Cybex Audio Coach was designed for the 750A and 750AT Arc Trainers but there are adjustments you can do to make it work for the 630A as well. The resistance for two models are the same but the incline is a bit different. On the 750A and 750AT, the max incline you can set is 21 while the max on the 630A is 10. So if the Audio Coach tells you to set your resistance to 10, you should set yours to about 5 on the 630A. 
 
Unfortunately, the Challenge Program is not possible on the 630A because that model does not have the 750AT's Adaptive Power Training mode. What you could do is manually enter increase and decrease the resistance as you increase and decrease your pace respectively. 
 
Let us know if you have any issues. 
 
Thank you again for commenting, Joe! 
Posted @ Wednesday, October 05, 2011 3:23 PM by Andrew Witts
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