Nautilus, Inc. (NYSE:NLS) has released its Bowflex Max Total 16 cardio machine, a “premiere model” in its Max Trainer line, which includes a 16-inch embedded HD touch screen that integrates with the brand’s JRNY digital fitness platform.
The machine combines the low impact of an elliptical with the high intensity of a stepper. Features include six-hand position dynamic handles, oversized textured foot pedals and a magnetic resistance system with 20 resistance that can be adjusted by turning a dial. The equipment can be expanded to include the integration with Nautilus’ JRNY digital fitness platform.
Nautilus is offering a one-year complimentary JRNY membership for a limited time with the purchase of a machine.
“Our innovative Max Trainer has been one of our all-time best-selling products. It combines the benefits of an elliptical and stepper in a unique high-intensity interval trainer. Now, combined with the JRNY digital platform, it provides highly personalized, challenging and engaging workouts led by world-class trainers to help our customers reach their fitness goals,” said Jim Barr, CEO, Nautilus, Inc. “Millions of people have permanently changed their workout habits as a result of the pandemic and are realizing the convenience and benefits of working out at home, it’s our mission to continue to offer connected solutions across our line of cardio and strength products.”
The Bowflex Max Total 16 is the latest addition to Nautilus’ connected fitness portfolio. Since September 2020, it has released two bikes, three treadmills and two Max Trainers, each connected with the JRNY digital fitness platform and HD touchscreens.
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