Lifecore R88 Rowing Machine Owner's Manual

Lifecore R88 Rowing Machine Owner's Manual
User’s Product Manual
LifeCore LC-R88 Rower
Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of the R88 Rower. This product has been designed and
manufactured to meet the needs and requirements of domestic use.
By Choosing your R88 Rower, you have made a wise decision that will improve the health of you
and your family. Being fit and healthy will improve your energy level and your quality of life.
Cardiovascular training is vital for all ages and the R88 provides a more effective workout, producing
better results, and will encourage you to reach your fitness goals and maintain the body you have
always wanted.
In order to make your experience with LifeCore the best it can be, please review the enclosed user’s
manual prior to assembly and first use. Be sure to keep the instructions for reference and/or
maintenance.
We also offer a complete line of fitness equipment; please take a moment to review our other
excellent products at www.lifecorefitness.com. Should you have any questions, please contact us.
Your feedback and ideas about your experience with LifeCore are also very important to us. Write to
us at:
LifeCore Fitness Inc.
2575 Pioneer Ave. Suite 101
Vista, CA 92081
We wish you lots of success and fun while training!
Purchaser’s Reference Information
Serial Number is located on the frame
Please send in the attached warranty card and a copy of the original receipt or register online
at www.lifecorefitness.com within (10) days of purchase to register your product with
LifeCore Fitness.
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Table of Contents
Introduction…………………………………………………………………………………………..
1
Purchaser’s Reference Information ………………………………………………………………
1
Table of Contents………………………………………………………………………….…........
2
Safety instructions and Warnings…………………………………………………………………
3
Assembly Instructions.……………………………………………………………………………..
4
Getting Started ……………………………………………………………………………………..
6
Setting Up Your Rower ……………………………………………………………………..........
8
Correct Rowing Guide ………………………………………………………………………........
10
Console Operation Instructions …………………………………………………………………
12
Adjusting the Resistance …………………………………………………………………..……..
16
Care and Maintenance …………………………………………………………………………….
16
Warranty Card……………………………………………………………………………………….
17
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Safety Instructions & Warnings
The R88 Rower is designed and manufactured to meet or exceed all domestic and international
safety standards. However, certain precautions need to be followed when operating any exercise
equipment.
General safety instructions:
1. It is important to consult your physician before any exercise program.
2. Pregnant women should consult with their physician before beginning any exercise program.
He/she can help determine the exercise program that is the most appropriate for your age and
physical condition.
3. If you experience dizziness, nausea, chest pains or other abnormal symptoms during exercise,
stop the exercise session immediately. Consult your physician before continuing your exercise.
4. Keep your hands and feet away from all moving parts.
5. Keep children away from the equipment. Hands and feet may get caught in the pedals or other
moving parts, which could result in serious injury.
6. Always wear proper clothing and shoes when exercising. Drink plenty of fluids when exercising.
7. Always stretch and warm up before starting any exercise program.
8. Never operate this unit if it is damaged or broken. Contact your authorized dealer for service.
9. Place your equipment on a solid, level surface when in use.
10. Place your unit in an area with enough clearance to operate the equipment.
11. Make sure all components are fastened securely at all times.
Product safety instructions:
1. Start your exercise program gradually. Row only for a few minutes the first day to let your body
adjust to the new exercise.
2. Slowly increase your exercise time and intensity over the first two weeks. Do not row at full
power until you are comfortable with the technique. If you increase your intensity too rapidly, or
fail to warm up properly or use poor technique, you can increase the risk of injury.
3. Use of this machine with worn or weakened parts, may result in injury to the user. We strongly
suggest replacing it immediately. Use only the accessory attachments recommended by the
manufacturer.
4. Do not let handle fly into plastic cover. Place handle in its holder before letting go. Pull straight
back with both hands. Never twist strap or pull from side to side. Do not row with one hand only.
Abuse of the strap can result in injury.
5. Keep clothing free of seat rollers. Keep children and fingers away from seat rollers.
6. Place your feet on the footpads properly before rowing.
7. Perform proper maintenance as recommended in this manual.
8. Save this manual for future reference.
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Assembly Instruction
Step 1:
Clear a big enough working space before
unpacking your R88 Rower.
Step 4:
Extract the Rear Bracket (009)
Step 2:
Open the carton as shown in the diagram
below.
Note: To protect the Rower while assembling,
we suggest keeping the protective packing
material until it is assembled completely.
Step 5:
a) Reverse the Aluminum Beam Extrusion
(001) back to the front.
b) Slide the Seat (119) as shown in the
diagram.
Step 3:
b) Reverse the Aluminum Beam Extrusion
(001) and place in the carton lid as shown in
the diagram below.
c) Remove 4 bolts (300) and 4 washers (401)
and 2 bolts (302) with the Tool provided.
Step 6:
a) Slide in the Rear Bracket (009)
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Step 7:
a) Reverse the Aluminum Beam Extrusion
(001) to the rear.
b) Assemble the Leg and Stabilizer (007) and
the Aluminum Beam Extrusion (001) with 4
bolts (300) and 4 washers (401).
c) Secure the Rear Bracket (009) with 2 bolts
(302).
Step 10:
a) Slide the Foot Pedal Bar (012) through Main
Frame (002) as shown in the diagram below.
b) Assemble the Left and Right Foot Pedal
(108) and Foot Pedal Bar (012) with 2 nuts
(202) and 2 washers (401).
Step 8:
a) Remove the Safety Strap Holder and
discard.
b) Tilt forward the Main Frame (002) as shown
in the diagram below.
c) Assemble the Stabilizer Tube-Front (005)
with 2 bolts (305) and 2 washers (405).
Step 11:
a) Remove 6 bolts (300) and 6 washers (401).
b) Assemble the Aluminum Beam Extrusion
(001) with the same 6 bolts and washers,
then tighten firmly.
c) Press the pop pins on the sides to connect
the computer arm cables to the computer.
Step 9:
Assemble the Stabilizer Tube-Middle (006) and
Main Frame (002) with 2 bolts (304) and 2
washers (405), 2 nuts (205) and 2 washers
(405).
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Getting Started
Folding and Unfolding the Rower
Your Rower can be folded and unfolded in a matter of seconds. It is very important you understand
the operation of the Clamp Knob – Lock Pin for folding and unfolding your Rower.
Clamp Knob – Lock Pin
The Clamp Knob-Lock Pin is located under the monorail at the front of the Rower.
Rotate the knob until it is free enough to pull down to release the monorail. The lock pin will
automatically engage when the monorail is in the horizontal (ready to use) or folded position. You
will hear a “click” when the lock pin engages. Always tighten the clamp knob firmly before use, when
folded or before transportation.
Unfolding for Use
If the Clamp Knob is not tight when you start to use your Rower, the front of Rower will lift a little.
The lock pin will also prevent the Rower from accidently folding. When the clamp knob has been
firmly tightened, you can start your workout.
Folding the Rower
Important Note: Before starting the folding procedure, roll the seat forward to the Front Seat Stop.
Loosen the clamp knob and pull the knob down to release the lock pin. Slowly lift the monorail to the
fully folded position. You will hear the lock pin engage. For safety reasons, remember to tighten the
clamp knob. You should also fold the monitor down to avoid the chance of damage.
1) With the Rower in the flat position, rotate the Clamp Knob counterclockwise five to seven turns.
2) While holding the Aluminum Beam, pull the Clamp Knob down releasing the safety lock and
allowing the Aluminum Beam to be rotated up.
3) With the Rower in the folded position, rotate the Clamp Knob clockwise and tighten firmly.
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Transportation and Storage
Your Rower has transportation wheels located at the front. This enables you to easily move the
Rower from room to room.
Dot not attempt to transport the Rower without the Clamp Knob firmly tightened.
From the folded position, grasp the Rear Leg of the Rower and tilt the machine until the wheels are
engaged with the floor. The correct angle for transportation is 45°.
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Setting Up Your Rower
Getting on Safely
1) Straddle the Aluminum Beam.
2) Correctly position the Seat beneath you.
3) Sit down taking care that the Seat has not moved.
Computer Angle Adjustment
The Computer and Computer Arm are designed to rotate and pivot giving you full adjustment to
almost any height and angle.
1) Hold the Computer with both hands as shown in below diagram. Rotate and pivot the Computer
to the desired height and angle.
Note: For safety reasons, while exercising avoid the Drive Strap from touching the Computer.
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Air Vent Adjustment
The Rower flywheel fan generates an air flow that can be directed with the adjustable air vent.
1) Rotate The Air Vent Control Knob to adjust the air flow direction.
2) To stop all air flow, rotate the Air Vent Control Knob fully down.
Handle Bar Holder
When you have finished your workout remember to store the Handle Bar into the Handle Bar Holder
as shown in the diagrams below.
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Foot Strap Release
Releasing the Foot Strap is made easy with the quick release tab.
1) Lift the Foot Strap Buckle Release Tab with your thumb as shown in the diagram below.
Correct Rowing Guide
Pulling the Body to the Handle
Fault
At the finish, the user, instead of pulling the handle to the body; pulls themselves forward to the
handle.
Solution
At the finish the user leans back slightly, holds the legs down and draws the handle to the body
using the upper body as a firm platform.
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Flying Elbows
Fault
The user’s elbows are sticking out from the body at the finish and the handle is at chest level.
Solution
Draw the handle to the body. The wrists are flat and the elbows pass close to the body. Elbows
extend behind the body as the handle is drawn to the waist.
Locking the Knees
Fault
At the end of the stroke, the user locks the knees making the legs straight.
Solution
Always keep the legs slightly bend in the fully extended position. Do not lock the knees.
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Console Operation Instructions
Please read the console operation instruction thoroughly and get familiar with the console layout.
Practice using this console before you start in order to get a better understanding of the functions.
Below is the console layout and detailed operation instructions.
1.
CONSOLE LAYOUT
Program
window
Dot matrix
profile window
Data display
windows
Data display
windows
Function keys
2.
DISPLAYS
This console is powered by 2 x AA 1.5V batteries; located on the front of the equipment. If the
battery is getting low, the low battery display (a battery shape graphic) will flash on the dot matrix
window to indicate it’s time for replacement.
When it first powers up, you can set the current time and date. The information will be stored in the
console and displayed during power save mode. The console will prompt you through the setting
process; use UP/DOWN to adjust the setting and ENTER to confirm.
Power save mode: If no key is pressed, no RPM or pulse is detected for 4 minutes; the console will
shut down and enter “power save mode” to save power. The dot matrix profile will display current
date, time and room temperature. To resume, simply press a key or row again.
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a.
Dot matrix profile window: Displays resistance level during manual program and your pace
vs. PC boat’s during race program.
b.
Data display windows: There are 6 data display windows displaying Time & Time/500M,
SPM, Distance, Strokes/Total Strokes, Watts/Calories and Pulse. During program setting, the
appropriated data window will blink to indicate which data you are setting currently. Press UP/DOWN
key to adjust the value and ENTER key to confirm the value.
Time display: It represents the remaining program time. During program, time display will be
showing on both time display window and big window below the dot matrix.
Time/500M display: It represents the total time to row 500M distance with your speed.
SPM display: It represents strokes per minute.
Distance display: It represents the total distance in meters.
Strokes display: It represents your total rowing strokes at current program.
Total strokes: It represents your total rowing strokes since the beginning. It accumulates
continuously throughout the battery life even if you reset the console. It will only reset to 0, after you
change the battery.
Watt display: It represents your workout effort in figures.
Calories display: It represents the calorie count during your workout.
Pulse display: It represents your current heart rate. It can preset during program setup as a target
goal. The heart rate monitor will only work with wireless transmission system.
Note:
1) During data displaying, time window will display time & time/500M each for few seconds;
switch back & forth. Same as strokes/total strokes and watt/calories display.
2) Time, distance, strokes and calories can also be set as goal during program. Setting a
number besides 0 in those slots will count the number down. If it’s set at 0, it will count up.
3) A+ represents the average value when it shows in the display window. If the program is
paused or ended, each data display will flash back & forth of the current value and its
average value.
c.
Program window: There are two programs: Manual and Race. They will display at this
window and blink for selection.
3.
KEYS: There are 6 function keys for program operation.
a.
START/STOP key: Pressing the START/STOP key once will execute the programs and all
data will start counting. Pressing the START/STOP key one more time will enter program pause
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mode and all data will stop counting. “STOP” will blink in the program window to indicate the
program is paused. To exit pause mode, simply press START/STOP one more time to resume
program.
b.
RESET key: Pressing the RESET key once will reset and return back to program selecting
mode. All data will be reset to 0, except total strokes. If you are in the middle of a program, you will
have to pause the program first before you can reset the console.
Pressing and holding the RESET key for a couple of seconds will reset the console back to current
date and time setting.
c.
ENTER key: Press ENTER key to confirm the program setting, selection or data entry.
d.
UP/DOWN key: Press UP/DOWN key to adjust the date & time value; go to the next
program selection or adjusting data entry during program setting.
e.
RECOVERY key: This is a function designed to see how much time it takes for the heart to
recover after a workout and therefore recommends a fitness level. The program will take 60 seconds
to figure out your fitness level and present a fitness score.
Press RECOVERY key after a workout, the time display will start counting down from 60 seconds
and pulse display will display your current heart rate. Do not press any key or row during the 60
second period. After 60 seconds, the dot matrix display will show your fitness score. Below is a chart
for the fitness level vs. score.
Score
F1.0 – 1.9
F2.0 – 2.9
F3.0 – 3.9
F4.0 – 4.9
F5.0 – 5.9
F6.0
Fitness Level
Excellent
Good
Fit
Average
Below Average
Challenge
Note: In order for this function to work, the pulse reading has to be active thru out the testing period.
4.
PROGRAMS
During program selection, programs will light up and blink; press UP/DOWN key to change the
selection and ENTER key to confirm.
a.
Manual program: When UP/DOWN key is pressed during program selection and Manual
indicator is lit & flashing; press the ENTER key to enter Manual program.
Quick Start: If you press the START/STOP once either before or after ENTER key is pressed to
confirm Manual program, the console will enter Quick Start program. The time will start counting up.
Simply start rowing and use adjusting knob to adjust the resistance level.
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Manual program: If you press ENTER key to confirm Manual program selection, the next step is
setting up program time. Time window will flash with 00:00; press UP/DOWN key to adjust the time
and ENTER to confirm. The range of time is 0:00 – 99:00 (min: sec). After time entry, the Manual
program set up is now completed; press START/STOP to begin this program.
Dot matrix display during program: There are 16 columns of LCD representing 16 segments of time;
each segment time = total program time divided by 16 columns. During exercising, a column of LCD
will blink to indicate the time segment you are currently in and show your workout progress.
There are also 6 rows of LCD representing 6 levels of resistance. Each row represents 1 level of
resistance. The appropriated row of LCD will light up when you adjust the resistance level on the
knob located below the rowing handlebar.
Note: Manual program can also work as a goal training program for Distance; Strokes; Calories or
Pulse. For the goal program set up; please make sure you only enter the value for the desired goal
and enter 0 for other values. For example, enter 20 meters for Distance value and 0 for others; this
will start the program as Distance goal program. The time will start counting up and the timer will
stop when you reach the 20 meter goal.
Please keep in mind, if you enter multiple values during set up, it will work as a multiple goals
program and whenever a goal is reached, the timer will stop.
b.
Race program: When UP/DOWN key is pressed during program selection and Race
indicator is lit & flashing; press the ENTER key to enter Race program.
Once you enter Race program, you will be asked to select the PC Boat speed first. The default
setting is L9; press UP/DOWN key to change the setting and ENTER to accept the setting.
PC Boat Speed List
L1
L2
L3
L4
L5
L6
L7
L8
L9
L10
L11
L12
L13
L14
L15
8:00
7:30
7:00
6:30
6:00
5:30
5:00
4:30
4:00
3:30
3:00
2:30
2:00
1:30
1:00
After selecting the PC Boat speed, you then are asked to pick a distance for the race from 500m –
10,000m. After distance entry, the Race program set up is now completed; press START/STOP to
begin this program.
Dot matrix display during program: The user and PC Boat progress will be displayed on this window.
The program will stop when one of you has reached the target distance; PC WIN or USER WIN will
be displayed.
Please note: you can adjust the resistance level on the knob anytime of this program.
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Adjusting the Resistance
“Air” is the principle resistance of the Rower. On level 1, the resistance is 100% air. As you rotate the
resistance knob clockwise, you gradually start to introduce the magnetic system in varying degrees
according to the setting.
Care and Maintenance
Your Rower is made of the highest quality materials. It is important that you take care of your Rower on
a regular basis.
1. Your Rower is for indoor use only and should not be used or stored in damp areas. Wipe all
perspiration from your Rower after each use.
2. The Rower should be dusted and cleaned on a regular basis to stop the build-up of dust. Use an
alcohol-based cleaner on a clean cloth on a regular basis. Do not use any abrasive cleaners, as
this will damage the surface.
3. To ensure that the seat runs smoothly; the roller track of the monorail and the rollers need
special cleaning with oil based furniture polish.
4. Regularly check tightness of nuts, bolts and pin, etc.
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Warranty Card
LC-R88 Rower
This Limited Warranty applies in the United States to products manufactured or distributed by
LifeCore Fitness, Inc. under the LifeCore brand name. The warranty period for the original purchaser
is (lifetime) on the frame against defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and
conditions (excluding expendable parts such as paint & finish). Home 5 years parts, 1 year labor
warranty against manufacturer defects. This warranty does not cover wear and tear items such as,
but not limited to, transportation wheels, foot pedals, rubber grips, plastic end caps, scratched parts,
broken covers, and cosmetic damage. Wear items pertain to components that might need to be
replaced due to normal wear and tear as a result of normal usage. Labor warranty does not cover
improper installation, alterations and/or modifications, misuse, abuse, accident, improper
maintenance, noises such as: squeaks, clunks, thumps from a result of poor or lack thereof
preventive maintenance. LifeCore warrants that the product you have purchased for personal, family
household use from LifeCore, or from an authorized LifeCore reseller, is free from defects in
materials or workmanship under normal use during the warranty period. Your remaining warranty
can also be transferred to another purchaser, as long as the original purchaser has previously
registered their product with LifeCore, and submits a letter to LifeCore Fitness’s warranty registration
department to the address below, acknowledging the transaction and has the new owners name,
address and phone number along with the serial number of the product, this must be done within 30
days of resale. During the warranty period, the original purchaser’s remaining warranty is
transferrable, only one transfer during the warranty period is allowed. In order to validate the
warranty this product must have been registered through LifeCore Fitness Inc., and/or a copy of the
proof of purchase, transferred warranty letter, and serial number must be presented at time of
service. If these items are not presented at the time of requesting parts or service LifeCore Fitness
Inc. will not cover any warranty set forth. During the warranty period LifeCore will at no additional
charge, repair or replace (at LifeCore option) the part or product if it becomes defective,
malfunctions, or otherwise fails to conform with this Limited Warranty under normal personal use as
determined by a LifeCore technician. Any labor cost above the amount allocated by LifeCore is the
responsibility of the original purchaser. If a product is shipped, delivered or transported to an area
that is not a LifeCore Fitness Inc’s distribution area or is out of a serviceable area, it is the
purchaser’s sole responsibility to find service and pay for any fees associated with servicing of a
product out of LifeCore Fitness distribution or serviceable area. To obtain warranty service, you
must contact the original place of purchase. In repairing the product, LifeCore may replace defective
parts, or at the option of LifeCore, serviceable used parts that are equivalent to the new parts in
performance. All exchanged parts and products replaced under this warranty will become the
property of LifeCore. LifeCore reserves the right to change manufacturers of any parts to cover any
existing warranty. Any parts determined to be defective must be returned to LifeCore to obtain
warranty service. You must prepay any shipping charges, export taxes, custom duties and taxes, or
any other charges associated with transportation of the parts or product. In addition, you are
responsible for insuring any parts or product shipped or returned. You assume the risk of loss during
shipment. Any evidence of alteration, erasing or forgery of proof-of-purchase documents will be
cause to void this Limited Warranty. This warranty does not extend to any product not purchased
from LifeCore or from an authorized LifeCore reseller. This Limited Warranty does not extend to any
product that has been damaged or rendered defective; (a) as a result of accident, misuse, or abuse;
(b) by the use of parts not manufactured or sold by LifeCore; (c) by modification of the Product or
normal wear and tear; (d) operation on incorrect power supplies; or (e) as a result of service by
anyone other than LifeCore, or an authorized LifeCore service provider. Product on which the serial
number has been defaced or removed is not eligible for warranty service. Should any Product be
submitted for warranty service be found ineligible, an estimate of repair cost will be furnished and the
repair will be made if requested by you upon receipt of payment or acceptable arrangements for
payment. LIFECORE MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
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PURPOSE. LIFECORE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES NOT STATED IN THIS
LIMITED WARRANTY. NEITHER LIFECORE NOR ANY OF ITS AFFILIATES SHALL BE
RESPONSIBLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. PLEASE SEND IN THE
ATTACHED WARRANTY CARD WITHIN (10) DAYS OF PURCHASE TO REGISTER YOUR
PRODUCT WITH LIFECORE FITNESS. THANK YOU FOR YOUR BUSINESS! PLEASE MAIL
WARRANTY CARD TO: LIFECORE FITNESS, INC, 2575 Pioneer Ave. Suite 101. Vista, CA 92081.
Phone (760)599-4555, Fax (760) 946-7602 or register online at lifecorefitness.com, Customer
Service: 888-815-5559
LC-R88 Rower
Please Attach a Copy of the Original Receipt
Full Name:
_______________________________________________________________________
Address:
________________________________________________________________________
City: ______________________State: ________ Zip Code: ________________________
Daytime Phone No.:_______________ Cell Phone No.:___________________________
Email:
________________________________________________________________________
Dealer Purchased from: ____________________________________________________
Model: LC-R88 Rower
Date Of Purchase: _________________________________
Serial No._____________________________________
Environment Placed:
Residential
Light Commercial
Commercial
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Customer Service
Toll Free (888) 815-5559
Mon-Friday 7:30 - 5:30 PT
[email protected]
Lifecore Fitness Inc.
2575 Pioneer Ave. Suite 101
Vista, CA 92081
Visit our website for assembly videos: www.lifecorefitness.com
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