Navarre Elliptical ※TABLE OF CONTENTS

Navarre Elliptical ※TABLE OF CONTENTS
Navarre Elliptical
※TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. PRECAUTIONS................................. P2
2. BEFORE YOU BEGIN..............................
P3
3. SUPPLIED COMPONENTS / SUPPLIED HARDWARE.............. P4~P5
4. PARTS LIST................................. P6~P9
5. ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS........................ P10~P15
6. EXPLODED DIAGRAM........................... P16~P21
7. STABILIZER ADJUSTMENT.......................... .P22
8. TRANSPORT INSTRUCTION...........................P23
9. IMPORTANT STEPS.............................. P24
10. MUSCLE CHART............................... P25
11. STRETCHING ROUTINE............................ P26
12. WARRANTY............................... P27~P28
13. COMPUTER OPERATION......................... P29~P39
Yowza Technical Support: 877-969-9240
Serial Number:
________________________
Original Sales Order # ________________________
Purchase Date:
______________
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PRECAUTIONS
Open the boxes:
You are now ready to open the boxes of your new equipment. Make sure to inventory all of the parts that are included in the boxes.
Check the Parts List for a full count of the number of parts included for this product to be assembled properly. If you are missing
any parts or have any assembly questions call your local dealer or contact us directly.
Gather your tools:
Before starting the assembly of your unit, make sure that you have gathered all the necessary tools you may require to assemble
the unit properly. Having all of the necessary equipment at hand will save time and make the assembly quick and hassle-free.
Clear your work area:
Make sure that you have cleared away a large enough space to properly assemble the unit. Make sure the space is free from
anything that may cause injury during assembly. After the unit is fully assembled, make sure there is a comfortable amount of free
area around the unit for unobstructed operation.
Invite a friend:
Some of the assembly steps may require heavy lifting. It is recommended that you obtain the assistance of another person when
assembling this product.
User Weight Limitation:
Please note that there is a weight limitation for this product. If you weigh more than 330lbs/150kg, it is not recommended that you
use this product. Serious injury may occur if the user‟s weight exceeds the limit shown here. This product is not intended to
support users whose weight exceeds this limit.
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BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Before assembling or using the exercise cycle, please read the following instructions carefully. They contain important information for
use and maintenance of the equipment as well as for your personal safety. Keep these instructions in a safe place for maintenance
purposes or for ordering spare parts.
Product-Scope: This product is made for home use only and tested up to a maximum body weight of 330lbs.
Product-Performance: This ergometer is speed independent, i.e. the performance is independent from pedal frequency.
Product-Feature: The resistance can be changed by the computer.
Use-Scope: The exerciser may not be used by persons with a weight of over 330lbs.
Use-Scope: This product is designed for the physical exercise by adults. Please ensure that children only use it under the
supervision of an adult.
Use-Environment: Ensure that those present are aware of possible hazards, e.g. movable parts during training.
Use-Environment: Ensure that sufficient space is available to use the home exerciser.
Use-Environment: Place the home exerciser on an even, non-slippery surface.
Use-Environment: Please ensure that liquids or perspiration never enter the machine or electronic.
Use-Environment: Keep the equipment indoors, away from moisture and dust. Do not put the equipment in a garage or covered
patio, or near water.
Use-Environment: The product is made for home use only. Warranty and manufacturer's liability do not extend to any product or
damage to the product caused by commercial purposes.
User-Health: Consult your physician before starting with any exercise programs to receive advice on the optimal training.
User-Health: Incorrect/excessive training can cause health injuries.
User-Health: If you feel sickness, chest pain, fits of dizziness or breathlessness during your training, immediately stop the training
and consult your physician.
Product-Preparation: Ensure that training only starts after correct assembly, adjustment and inspection of the home exerciser.
Product-Preparation: Follow the steps of the assembly instruction carefully.
Product-Preparation: Only use suitable tools for assembly and ask for assistance if necessary.
Product-Preparation: Only use original Yowza parts as delivered (see checklist).
Use-Preparation: Tighten all adjustable parts to prevent sudden movement while training.
Use-Instruction: Please follow the advice to correct training as detailed in the training instructions.
Use-Instruction: Do not use the home exerciser without shoes or loose shoes.
Use-Safety: Be aware of non-fixed or moving parts whilst mounting or dismounting the home exerciser.
Use-Safety: Use the height adjustment caps on the rear tube to ensure stable position of the home exerciser
Use-Safety: Make sure the front wheels are placed in the correct position: see assembly instruction.
Product-Power-Safety: The unit requires a power supply of 100V – 125V / 50-60Hz. It should be connected to a safety socket
with a single 10A fuse. Before commissioning the appliance pay attention to the fact that the correct plug-in power supply unit
(observe marking) has been connected properly
Product-Maintenance: If the equipment is in regular use, check all its components thoroughly every 1 – 2 month. Pay particular
attention to the tightness of bolts and nuts. This applies especially to the securing bolts for saddle and handlebars.
Product-Maintenance: Incorrect repairs and structural modifications (e.g. removal or replacement of original parts) may endanger
the safety of the user.
Product-Maintenance: Damaged components may endanger your safety or reduce the lifetime of the equipment. For this reason,
worn or damaged parts should be replaced immediately and the equipment taken out of use until this has been done.
Product-Maintenance: Only use original Yowza spare parts.
Product-Maintenance: Do not under any circumstances carry out electrical repairs or alterations yourself. Always ensure that
such work is done by a properly qualified electrician.
Product-Maintenance: Disconnect the apparatus from the mains before doing repair, maintenance or cleaning work.
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SUPPLIED COMPONENTS
This list identifies the major components you will use to assemble this product.
No.
Description
341
Base Frame Cover #1
2
343
Base Frame Cover #2
2
701
Console Bottom Housing – Left
1
702
Pedal Arm Front Pivot Cover
4
703
Base Frame Front Cover
1
704
Undercarriage Cover – Left
1
705
Undercarriage Cover – Right
1
706
Nylon Bushing
2
707
Action Handlebar Cap
2
708
Console Bottom Housing – Right
1
709
Water Bottle Holder
1
Adaptor
1
A1
Console Assembly
1
A2
Base Frame Assembly
1
A3
Action Handlebar Assembly – Left
1
A4
Action Handlebar Assembly – Right
1
A5
Console Support Tube Assembly
1
A6
Main Frame Assembly
1
F
Qty.
341
343
704
F
A5
701
706
705
A1
A2
A6
702
707
703
708
A3
A4
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SUPPLIED HARDWARE
This list identifies the hardware you will use to assemble the product. To help distinguish between the various types of
screws and bolts, use the scale below to measure them and compare them to the sizes listed.
No.
Description
Qty.
408
4x15mm Screw – Cone Point
4
501
4x12mm Screw – Cone Point
4
502
M14 Nut
2
503
20.7x29.1x0.3mm Wave Washer
2
504
M8x16mm Allen Head CAP Bolt
4
505
20X91-M14X25mm Bolt
2
506
4x12mm Screw – Flat Point
4
507
M10x20mm Allen Head Bolt
4
508
8x27x1mm Plastic Washer
2
509
4x19mm Screw
2
510
4.5x15mm Screw
6
511
10x16x2mm Spring Washer
4
512
M5x12mm Screw
3
513
8x27xT2.0mm Washer
2
514
8x14x2mm Spring Washer
2
515
M8x20mm Allen Head Bolt
2
517
10x18xT2.0mm Washer
4
A
6mm Allen Key – L
1
B
8mm Allen Key
1
C
Spanner
1
D
5mm Allen Key
1
E
Screwdriver
1
H
6mm Allen Key
1
408
501
502
506
507
508
512
513
A
B
MILLIMETERS
514
C
503
509
504
510
515
517
D
E
505
511
H
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PART LIST
Item No.
NAVARRE-100
101
106
107
109
112
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
NAVARRE-200
210
212
214
215
216
219
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
NAVARRE-300
301
302
303
306
Description
Qty.
Part No.
Console Support Tube
Pedal Arm – Left
Pedal Arm – Right
Base Frame
Main Frame
Tension Wheel Bracket
Pedal Support Base
Pedal Buffer Set
Action Arm – Left
Action Arm – Right
Cover Support Tube
Magnet Bracket
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
NAVARRE-101
NAVARRE-106
NAVARRE-107
NAVARRE-109
NAVARRE-112
NAVARRE-115
NAVARRE-116
NAVARRE-117
NAVARRE-118
NAVARRE-119
NAVARRE-120
NAVARRE-121
Bearing 6004
Bearing 608zz
Bearing 6804
Bearing 2203
Pedal Fixing Base
Bushing 16x22.2x10.7mm
Flywheel Pivot
Bearing 6003
Aluminum Disk
Flywheel
Bearing 6300
Crank
Crank Disk
Crank Disk Oval Cap
Crank Pivot Bushing
Bearing 6005
Crank Disk Pivot
Bearing Holder
Belt
Level Adjuster
Magnet
Speed Sensor Base
Compression Spring
10x94 – M12x22mm Bolt
Overlay
4
8
4
2
2
4
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
NAVARRE-210
NAVARRE-212
NAVARRE-214
NAVARRE-215
NAVARRE-216
NAVARRE-219
NAVARRE-221
NAVARRE-222
NAVARRE-223
NAVARRE-224
NAVARRE-225
NAVARRE-226
NAVARRE-227
NAVARRE-228
NAVARRE-229
NAVARRE-230
NAVARRE-231
NAVARRE-232
NAVARRE-233
NAVARRE-234
NAVARRE-235
NAVARRE-236
NAVARRE-237
NAVARRE-238
NAVARRE-239
Fixed Handlebar End Cap
Hand Pulse Sensor Cover – Bottom
Hand Pulse Sensor Cover –Top
Action Handlebar End Cap
2
2
2
2
NAVARRE-301
NAVARRE-302
NAVARRE-303
NAVARRE-306
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PART LIST
Item No.
Description
307
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
324
325
326
327
328
331
332
333
334
336
337
338
339
340
341
343
346
347
349
NAVARRE-400
401
402
Console Housing – Lower
Computer Button Plate
Console Bottom Housing Cap
Speaker Housing – Upper
Speaker Housing – Lower
Fixed Handlebar Foam Grip
Action Handlebar Foam Grip
Action Handlebar Cover – LL
Action Handlebar Cover – LR
Action Handlebar Cover – RL
Action Handlebar Cover – RR
Switch Plate
Pedal Soft Cushion
Left Pedal
Pedal Buffer Cover
Vent Cover – Rear
Rear Shroud Inlet – Left
Rear Shroud Inlet – Right
Lift Handlebar End Cap
Wheel Cap 112x41.5mm
Wheel Cap 46x12mm
Wheel 140x51.86mm
Bearing Bracket
Oval Tube Cap
Vent Cover – Left
Rear Shroud – Left
Rear Shroud – Right
Vent Cover –Right
Base Frame Cover #1
Base Frame Cover #2
iPod Dock Bracket Cover – Top
iPod Dock Bracket Cover – Bottom
Right Pedal
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
NAVARRE-307
NAVARRE-309
NAVARRE-310
NAVARRE-311
NAVARRE-312
NAVARRE-313
NAVARRE-314
NAVARRE-315
NAVARRE-316
NAVARRE-317
NAVARRE-318
NAVARRE-319
NAVARRE-322
NAVARRE-323
NAVARRE-324
NAVARRE-325
NAVARRE-326
NAVARRE-327
NAVARRE-328
NAVARRE-331
NAVARRE-332
NAVARRE-333
NAVARRE-334
NAVARRE-336
NAVARRE-337
NAVARRE-338
NAVARRE-339
NAVARRE-340
NAVARRE-341
NAVARRE-343
NAVARRE-346
NAVARRE-347
NAVARRE-349
4x12mm Screw – Cone Point
3x12mm Screw – Cone Point
4
4
NAVARRE-401
NAVARRE-402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
414
Taper Fixing Insert
3x12mm Screw – Cone Point
8x14xT2.0mm Spring Washer
M12 Nylon Nut
4x15mm Screw – Cone Point
4x15mm Screw – Cone Point
4x12mm Screw
M8x20mm Screw
4x12mm Screw – Cone Point
M6x12mm Allen Head Bolt
Qty.
34
2
6
1
4
4
4
2
20
10
Part No.
NAVARRE-403
NAVARRE-404
NAVARRE-405
NAVARRE-406
NAVARRE-407
NAVARRE-408
NAVARRE-409
NAVARRE-410
NAVARRE-411
NAVARRE-414
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PART LIST
Item No.
Description
Qty.
Part No.
415
416
417
418
419
420
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
432
433
435
437
438
440
441
442
445
446
447
448
449
451
452
453
455
456
457
459
460
461
465
466
470
471
472
474
NAVARRE-500
501
502
M8x20mm Allen Head Bolt
M8x15mm Allen Head Bolt
M8 Nylon Nut
M8x20mm Bolt
Bushing 12x60mm
M8x90mm Allen Head Bolt
4.5x15mm Screw
M6x12mm Allen Head CAP Bolt
6x10x1mm Spring Washer
20x6x1.5mm Washer
M42 C Clip
M8x16mm Bolt
M10x20mm Bolt
10x16x2mm Spring Washer
M4 Nylon Nut
M10 Nylon Nut
16x25xT3.0 Washer
M6x12mm Screw
17x22xT1.5mm Plastic Washer
32x6x2.0 Washer
Bearing Bushing 10.2x16x8mm
M10x45mm Bolt
Pedal Arm Pivot
3/4” Nut
M8x30mm Allen Head CAP Bolt
M4x15mm Screw
4x25mm Screw
M4x45mm Allen Head CAP Bolt
M5x8mm Allen Head Bolt
M6x40mm Bolt
10x18x3mm Washer
M3x8mm Screw
Iron Plate Nut
M8x45mm Bolt
8x16xT1.0mm Washer
M6 Nylon Nut
6x14.5–M5x6.5mm Bolt
4x10mm Screw – Cone Point
6x8x8mm Rubber Washer
M5x50mm Bolt
4X15mm Screw
4x12mm Screw – Flat Point
1
14
8
4
4
4
6
3
11
3
2
8
2
2
2
1
4
6
3
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
1
1
4
12
3
3
1
2
4
2
3
8
8
NAVARRE-415
NAVARRE-416
NAVARRE-417
NAVARRE-418
NAVARRE-419
NAVARRE-420
NAVARRE-423
NAVARRE-424
NAVARRE-425
NAVARRE-426
NAVARRE-427
NAVARRE-428
NAVARRE-429
NAVARRE-430
NAVARRE-432
NAVARRE-433
NAVARRE-435
NAVARRE-437
NAVARRE-438
NAVARRE-440
NAVARRE-441
NAVARRE-442
NAVARRE-445
NAVARRE-446
NAVARRE-447
NAVARRE-448
NAVARRE-449
NAVARRE-451
NAVARRE-452
NAVARRE-453
NAVARRE-455
NAVARRE-456
NAVARRE-457
NAVARRE-459
NAVARRE-460
NAVARRE-461
NAVARRE-465
NAVARRE-466
NAVARRE-470
NAVARRE-471
NAVARRE-472
NAVARRE-474
4x12mm Screw – Cone Point
M14 Nut
4
2
NAVARRE-501
NAVARRE-502
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COMPUTER OPERATION
Item No.
Description
Qty.
Part No.
503
504
505
506
507
508
509
510
511
512
513
514
515
517
NAVARRE-600
601
602
603
607
609
610
612
615
617
618
619
620
624
629
632
633
634
NAVARRE-700
701
702
703
704
705
706
707
708
20.7x29.1x0.3mm Wave Washer
M8x16mm Allen Head CAP Bol
20x78–M14x35mm Bolt
4x12mm Screw – Flat Point
M10x20mm Allen Head Bolt
8x27x1mm Plastic Washer
4x19mm Screw
4.5x15mm Screw
10x16x2mm Spring Washer
M5x12mm Screw
8x27xT2.0mm Washer
8x14x2mm Spring Washer
M8x20mm Allen Head Bolt
10x18xT2.0mm Washer
2
4
2
4
4
2
2
6
4
3
2
2
2
4
NAVARRE-503
NAVARRE-504
NAVARRE-505
NAVARRE-506
NAVARRE-507
NAVARRE-508
NAVARRE-509
NAVARRE-510
NAVARRE-511
NAVARRE-512
NAVARRE-513
NAVARRE-514
NAVARRE-515
NAVARRE-517
8Pin Power Wire – Upper
8Pin Power Wire – Middle
8Pin Power Wire – Lower
Hand Pulse Sensor Wire – Upper
Hand Pulse Sensor Wire – Lower
PC Board
Receiver Wire
Receiver
Speed Sensor
Motor
DC Power Wire
Limit Position PC Board Wire
Magnetic Sensor
6Pin iPod dock Connection Wire
iPod dock
Speaker
Amplifier PC board
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
NAVARRE-601
NAVARRE-602
NAVARRE-603
NAVARRE-607
NAVARRE-609
NAVARRE-610
NAVARRE-612
NAVARRE-615
NAVARRE-617
NAVARRE-618
NAVARRE-619
NAVARRE-620
NAVARRE-624
NAVARRE-629
NAVARRE-632
NAVARRE-633
NAVARRE-634
Console Bottom Housing – Left
Pedal Arm Front Pivot Cover
Base Frame Front Cover
Undercarriage Cover – Left
Undercarriage Cover – Right
Nylon Bushing
Action Handlebar Cap
Console Bottom Housing – Right
1
4
1
1
1
2
2
1
NAVARRE-701
NAVARRE-702
NAVARRE-703
NAVARRE-704
NAVARRE-705
NAVARRE-706
NAVARRE-707
NAVARRE-708
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ASSEMBLY
CUT
CUT
CUT
CUT
4
3
5
6
2
1
(A) Remove your crosstrainer from the carton and place it on the floor in an open area.
(B) Remove the crosstrainer and all the components and hardware from the box.
(C) Check the quantities of all components and hardware with the component and hardware lists on pages 4-5.
(D) CAREFULLY separate by part number as many pieces are similar in size and shape. This is the most important step!
(D) After verifying inventory, if there are any missing parts please contact Yowza fitness at 877-969-9240.
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STEP1 ASSEMBLY
STEP1-A
343
408
109
341
408
341
704
STEP1-B
343
112
705
517
511
STEP1-C
8
507
507
H
517
511
8
STEP1-D
STEP1-A). Attach the Base Frame Lower Cover (341, 343) to the base frame, and
secure using Cone point screw (408).
STEP1-B). Remove the Undercarriage Cover (704, 705).
STEP1-C). Place Styrofoam block (8) under Main Frame to provide clearance to
position Main Frame (112) for assembly.
STEP1-D). Attach Base Frame Set to the Main Frame, and attach Allen Head
Bolt (507) with Spring Washer (511), Washer (517), then fully tighten
the bolt by 6mm Allen Key (H).
408
X4
507
X4
511
X4
517
X4
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STEP2 ASSEMBLY
STEP2-A
504
101
601
309
602
112
501
701
STEP2-B
501
512
708
309
101
504
603
512
601
101
112
STEP2-C
708
701
501
501
101
STEP2-A). Assemble the Console Support Tube (101) to the Main Frame and secure
using four Allen Head CAP Bolts (504). Connect the 8Pin Power Wire – Upper
(601) to 8Pin Power Wire – Middle (602). Be sure to slide plastic clip over
Connector one over plastic extrusion of connector two.
STEP2-B). Connect the 8Pin Power Wire – Upper (601) to 8Pin Power Wire – Lower
(603). Be sure to slide plastic clip over connector one over plastic extrusion
of connector two. Attach the Console to the Console Support Tube, and
secure using Screw(512).
STEP2-C). Attach the Console Bottom Housing (701, 708), and secure using cone point
screw (501).
504
X4
512
X3
501
X4
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STEP3 ASSEMBLY
704
705
STEP3-A
509
510
506
510
STEP3-B
703
510
506
510
705
509
112
704
510
703
STEP3-A). Lift the Pedal Arm and attach the Undercarriage Cover (704, 705) to the
Main Frame, and secure using Flat point screw (506), Screw (509),
screw (510).
STEP3-B). Attach the Incline Frame Front Cover (703) to the Incline Frame and secure
using two Screws (510).
506
X4
509
X2
510
X6
506
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STEP4 ASSEMBLY
STEP4-A
706
515 513
101
119
508 513 514 707
508 513
514
707 514 508
515
706
118
515
101
STEP4-B
101
118
STEP4-C
707
118
STEP4-A). Place the Nylon Bushing (706) into the Console Support Tube (101).
NOTE: THE EMBOSSED SHAPE OF NYLON BUSHING MUST BE
OUTWARD TO HANDLEBAR.
SETP4-B). Assemble the Action Handlebar – Right (118) to the Console Support Tube
(101) by Allen Head Bolt (515) with Spring Washer (514), Washer (513),
Plastic Washer (508).
515
X2
514
X2
513
X2
508
X2
STEP4-C). Attach the Action Handlebar Cap into the Handlebar.
Repeat the above procedure to assemble the Right side.
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STEP5 ASSEMBLY
STEP5-A
E
C
502 118 106 503 505 B
STEP5-B
702 118 106
702
702 502 118 106
503 505 702
STEP5-A). Slide the (505) with Wave Washer (503) through the
Pedal Arm – Left (106) and Action Handlebar – Left (118)
then secure using one M14 Nut (704).
505 X2
STEP5-B). Attach the Pedal Arm Pivot Cover (702) into the ends of the Action
Handlebar.
503 X2
Your cross trainer is now fully assembled.
502 X2
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EXPLODED DIAGRAM
317
313
301
708
403
306
303
501
306
302
701
501
402
303
515
403
627
401
515
706
314 707
315
512
514 513
508 210
627
316
118 502
702
706 401
317 210
504
504 101
702 502
119
508 513
514 318
707 314
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EXPLODED DIAGRAM
320
416
414
414
321
349
416
417
416
320
116
416
116 702
505 503
416
117
418
419 212
420
417
214
417 212
411
324
216 214 503 505 702
117
418
403 214
411
424 425
426 427
215
419
212
212
420 324
417
216
324
106
428
411
324 403 428
411
428
107
215 427
426 425
424
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EXPLODED DIAGRAM
221 437
425 334
438 222
438
416 405
438 425
416 405
223 224
451
437 425
222 334
429 332
517
331 430
426
115
442 225
441 433
617
425 459
414
112
446 447
227 624
448 233
432
417
230
410
230 229
226 440
425 414
228 405
232
460 417
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447
405 446
445
219 435
430
435
461
455
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445 226
435 333
238
415 406
507
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517
453 235
121
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424
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EXPLODED DIAGRAM
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510
408
343
403
408
341
341
408
403
403
509
343
704
408
403 457
506
463 471
338
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457
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705
510
409
510
472 403
463
326
457
407
328
409
506
457
120 449
325
407
409 340
328 113
449
423
407
336 234
337
403
327 339
403
407
409
411
319 234
336
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EXPLODED DIAGRAM
311 466
465 470
633 466
465
474
346 404
632 347
309
457
312 423
307
457
310
474
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WIRE DIAGRAM
633
311
634
611
629
610
607
612
615
603
307
607
309
603
601
609
620
609
609
602
617
619
601
602
619
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STABILIZER ADJUSTMENT
LEVEL ADJUSTMENT:
To adjust the level of the NAVARRE crosstrainer simply rotate the Level Adjusters clockwise or counter clockwise.
Tilt the crosstrainer to access stabilizers.
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TRANSPORT INSTRUCTIONS
TRANSPORT INSTRUCTIONS:
The casters located on the rear of the unit allow for easy transport. Simply lift the front of the unit until the wheels touch the floor. Then
roll the unit to a desired location.
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IMPORTANT STEPS
Warning:
Before using this product, please consult your personal physician for a complete physical examination. Frequent and strenuous
exercise should be approved by your doctor first. If any discomfort should result from your use of this product, stop exercising and
consult your doctor. Proper usage of this product is essential. Please read your manual carefully before exercising.
Please keep all children away from the equipment during use and when equipment is unattended.
Always wear appropriate clothing, including athletic shoes, when exercising. Do not wear loose clothing that could become caught
during exercising.
Make sure that all bolts and nuts are tightened when equipment is in use. Periodic maintenance is required on all exercise equipment
to keep it in good condition.
Before beginning:
How you begin your exercise program depends on your physical condition. If you have been inactive for several years, or are severely
overweight, you must start slowly and increase your time gradually, a few minutes per week.
Initially you may be able to exercise only for a few minutes in your target zone. However, your aerobic fitness will improve over the next
six to eight weeks. Don‟t be discouraged if it takes longer. It‟s important to work at your own pace. Ultimately, you‟ll be able to exercise
continuously for 30 minutes. And the better your aerobic fitness, the harder you will have to work to stay in your target zone. But
remember these essentials:
Contact your physician before starting a workout or training program. Have your doctor review your training and diet programs
to advise you of a workout routine you should adopt.
Begin your training program slowly with realistic goals that have been set by you and your doctor.
Supplement your program with some type of aerobic exercise such as walking, jogging, swimming, dancing and/or bicycling.
Monitor your pulse frequently. If you do not have an electronic heart rate monitor, have your physician show you the proper
way to manually check your pulse by using your wrist or neck. Establish your target heart rate based on your age and
condition.
Drink plenty of fluids during the course of your routine. You must replace the water content lost from excessive exercising to
avoid dehydration. Avoid drinking large amounts of cold liquids. Fluids should be at room temperature when consumed.
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MUSCLE CHART
Targeted muscle groups:
The exercise routine that is performed on this product will develop primarily lower body muscle groups. These muscle groups are
shown in gray color on the chart below.
MUSCLE GROUPS
A
Shoulder muscles
B
Pectoral muscles
C
Bicep muscle
D
Abdominal muscles
E
Forearm muscles
F
Quadricep muscles
Calf muscles
G
Trapezius muscles
H
Tricep muscles
I
Back muscles
J
Gluteal muscles
K
Hamstring muscles
L
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STRETCHING ROUTINE
Warm up and cool down:
A successful exercise program consists of a warm-up, aerobic exercise, and a cool-down. Do the entire program at least two and
preferably three times a week, resting for a day between workouts. After several months, you can increase your workouts to four or
five times per week.
Warming up is an important part of your workout, and should begin every session. It prepares your body for more strenuous
exercise by heating up and stretching out your muscles, increasing your circulation and pulse rate, and delivering more oxygen to
your muscles. At the end of your workout, repeat these exercises to reduce sore muscle problems. We suggest the warm-up and
cool-down exercises on the following pages:
Toe Touch:
Slowly bend forward from
your waist, letting your back
and shoulders relax as you
stretch toward your toes.
Reach down as far as you
can and hold for 15 counts.
Shoulder Lift:
Lift your right shoulder up
toward your ear for one
count. Then lift your left
shoulder up for one count as
you lower your right
shoulder.
Inner Thigh Stretch:
Sit with the soles of your feet
together with your knees
pointing outward. Pull your
feet as close into your groin
as possible. Gently push
your knees towards the floor.
Hold for 15 counts.
Hamstring Stretch:
Sit with your right leg
extended. Rest the sole of
your left foot against your
right inner thigh. Stretch
toward your toe as far as
possible. Hold for 15 counts.
Relax and then repeat with
left leg extended.
Side Stretch:
Open your arms to the side
and continue lifting them until
they are over your head.
Reach your right arm as far
upward toward the ceiling as
you can for one count. Feel
the stretch up your right side.
Repeat this action with your
left arm.
Calf-Achilles Stretch:
Lean against a wall with your
left leg in front of the right
and your arms forward. Keep
your right leg straight and the
left foot on the floor; then
bend the left leg and lean
forward by moving your hips
toward the wall. Hold, and
then repeat on the other side
for 15 counts.
Head Roll:
Rotate your head to the right
for one count, feeling the
stretch up the left side of your
neck. Next, rotate your head
back for one count, stretching
your chin to the ceiling and
letting your mouth open.
Rotate your head to the left
for one count, and finally,
drop your head to your chest
for one count.
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WARRANTY
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NOTE: Save this document for your records. This warranty include all YOWZA “NAVARRE” Products
TO OBTAIN SERVICE: CALL 877-969-9240 option #2 OR EMAIL SERVICE@YOWZAFITNESS.COM to report a service issue or
manufacturers defect. At the sole discretion of YOWZA FITNESS, Yowza will provide one of the following methods to resolve the
service claim: a) dispatching of an authorized independent service technician to repair the product in the home, b) reimburse the
customer at a rate of $75.00 per service issue. Service issue is defined as an approved service claim. Limit of one $75.00 payment
will be made on each service claim. All repairs must be authorized by YOWZA FITNESS prior to performance of work. Claims on
unauthorized repairs may be denied. Many oversights, which are not covered under this Agreement, can be due to simple
circumstances such as the Covered Product not being switched on, being unplugged, or a fuse blown at the junction box.
WHO IS COVERED: THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS OFFERED ONLY TO BUYER(s) WHO PURCHASED THE PRODUCT FROM
YOWZA OR ONE OF OUR AUTHORIZED DEALER‟S IN THAT AUTHORIZED TERRITORY. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS NOT
OFFERED TO BUYER(S) WHO PURCHASED THE PRODUCT FROM ANY OTHER SOURCE, The terms “ you” and “your” are
used in this Limited Warranty to refer to the original buyer who purchased the product form YOWZA or one of our authorized
dealers in that dealer‟s authorized territory, and any person receiving the product in an unused condition as a gift from such original
buyer. The terms “we“, “us” and “YOWZA” are used in this Limited Warranty to refer to YOWZA International, Inc.
WHAT IS COVERED: This Limited Warranty covers all products that are sold under the YOWZA “NAVARRE” name to buyers who
purchased the product from YOWZA or one of our authorized dealers in that dealer‟s authorized territory and used in United States
and Canada. Except as otherwise stated in this Limited Warranty, we will repair or correct any product or part defect occurring
during the stated WARRANTY PERIOD which we determine is related to materials or workmanship and is not due to normal wear
and tear.
WHAT IS NOT COVERED: THIS LIMITED WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER PRODUCTS PURCHASED FROM ANY SOURCE
THAN YOWZA OR ONE OF OUR AUTHORIZED IN THAT DEALER‟S AUTHORIZED TERRITORY. PRODUCTS SOLD, MOVED
OR USED OUTSIDE THE BORDERS OF THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES AND CANADA ARE SUBJECT TO THE TERMS
PROVIDED BY THE LOCAL DISTRIBUTOR AND ARE NOT COVERED BY THIS LIMITED WARRANTY. Product requires normal
maintenance including, but not limited to, regular inspection and wear component replacement. We do not warrant damage caused
by the lack of normal maintenance repairs such as those detailed within the Owner‟s Manual. We do not warrant any causes
beyond our control. Corrosion, oxidation or deterioration caused by product location, exposure or environment, or conditions
caused by unsuitable finishes, cleaners, or lubricants are not covered. Loss from natural disasters such as hurricanes, floods,
tornados etc. are not covered. Damage or breakage caused by unauthorized service, installation, alteration, modification, assembly
or disassembly, negligence, or conditions of use which are unintended for the product are not warranted. This Limited Warranty
does not cover cosmetic or surface corrosion resulting from chips or scratches in the paint. Extra expenses including, but not
limited to, loss of machine use and inconvenience are not covered. Due to varying conditions under which the product is used, we
offer no warranties, express or implied, as to the length of service. We do not warrant products that have not been paid for, or in the
event that we have offered a payment plan, products purchased by buyers who are in arrears on a payment plan. THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER UNINTENDED USE. See “INTENDED USE” below.
INTENDED USE: This Limited Warranty covers only defects that arise in the ordinary, intended use of the product. Products sold
under the YOWZA “KEEWADIN” name are intended for RESIDENTIAL USE ONLY. See further “Circumstances and use that will
void your warranty “below.
CIRCUMSTANCES AND USE THAT WILL VOID YOUR WARRANTY: Any use other than for residential purpose including but not
limited to: use in a commercial business, use in a member paid organization or association, use in an outside the home office or
location of any kind that is not the residence of the buyer, immediate household members or family. Willful disregard for the proper
maintenance, use and location of the equipment. Loss from natural disasters such as hurricanes, floods, tornados etc. are not
covered.
WARRANTY PERIOD: The warranty period begins on the date on the product was delivered to the original buyer. The warranty
period for lifetime frame and flywheel magnetic braking system, and five years on all other parts. The labor portion of the warranty
is two years from the date of delivery.
WHO WILL PAY LABOR AND TRANSPORTATION COSES: If we determine, during the first year of the warranty period, that the
product or any covered part must be shipped to the manufacturing facility for repair or service, all warranty repairs, including
transportation costs and labor, will be made at NO CHARGE to you; thereafter, you will be responsible for all costs of repair and
service, including labor and transportation costs.
WHAT YOU MUST DO TO OBTAIN WARRANTY COVERAGE DO TO OBTAIN WARRANTY COVERAGE: Retain proof of
purchase. All warranty repairs and corrections require proof of purchase. To obtain coverage, please contact YOWZA Technical
Support (877-969-9240) within seven (7) days after discovery of the defect and follow the directions provided to you by your
YOWZA Service Representative.
MODIFICATIONS TO WARRANTY ARE NOT AUTHORIZED: No one is authorized to modify, change, transfer or extend in any
way the terms of this Limited Warranty.
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WARRANTY
DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES AND LIMITATION OF REMEDIES: It is impossible to eliminate all risks inherently associated
with use of the product. Personal injury or other unintended consequences may result because of factors beyond our control. WE
MAKE NO OTHER WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND. EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OTHER THAN THOSE EXPRESSLY SET FORTH
WITHIN THIS DOCUMENT. ALL WARRANTIES OTHER THAN THE WARRANTIES EXPRESSLY PROVIDED HEREIN ARE
SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDED. IN THE CASE OF NON-CONSUMER BUYERS, ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED.
IN THE CASE OF A CONSUMER BUYER, THE DURATION OF ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTIES PROVIDED
WITHIN THIS DOCUMENT.
WE WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT OR INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, LOSSES OR
EXPENSES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO COMMERCIAL LOSSES, BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, OR DAMAGE TO
PROPERTY OTHER THAN THE PRODUCT OR PRODUCTS TO WHICH THIS LIMITED WARRANTY APPLIES.
EFFECT OF STATE LAWS: Some States do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation
may not apply to you. Some States do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above
limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which
vary from State to State. If there is a section in there Bout disputes it should read that all disputes must be litigated in Collier county
Florida.
ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION FOR NON-CONSUMER BUYERS: WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO MANDATE
ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION TO SETTLE ANY OR ALL CLAIMS RESULTING FROM THIS SALES TRANSACTION.
ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROCEEDINGS WILL BE CONSUCTED IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA ACCORDING TO
THE COMMERCIAL RULES OF THE AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION.
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COMPUTER OPERATION
H
A
B
C
D
G
F
E
LCD DISPLAY
A
B
RESISTANCE DOWN BUTTON
STOP BUTTON
C
D
MODE BUTTON
ENTER BUTTON
E
F
START BUTTON
RESISTANCE UP BUTTON
G
H
iPod VOL CONTROLS
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COMPUTER OPERATION
POWER ON
After connecting the power cord switch the power button on. The LCD screen will light up.
To switch back to the power on status after the machine has already been used press the stop button twice.
QUICK START
When the computer is in the POWER ON STATUS, press the start button to activate the QUICK START program, the TIME,
DISTANCE and CALORIES will count up when you start exercising.
SLEEP MODE
When the power is ON the computer will automatically enter SLEEP MODE if it is left idle for 3 minutes without receiving any input,
press any button to return to power on status when the computer is in the SLEEP MODE.
PAUSE MODE
While in the PROGRAM, without pedaling the machine for 30 seconds, the speed sensor located inside the machine can not detect
any RPM signal, the console will enter the PAUSE MODE. During the PAUSE MODE, if you start pedaling the machine or press the
START button, the console will return to the PROGRAM MODE and continue the original program. Press the STOP button to
PAUSE the program, press STOP button twice and the LCD will return to POWER ON status.
BUTTONS AND FUNCTIONS
START BUTTON
Press START to begin your exercise.
STOP BUTTON
Press STOP button to pause the functions during your exercise program.
Press STOP button twice the program will return to power on mode.
RESISTANCE UP BUTTON
Press the button to increase the resistance level or set up the program.
RESISTANCE DOWN BUTTON
Press the button to reduce the resistance level or set up the program.
ENTER BUTTON
Press ENTER button to confirm the program set up.
MODE BUTTON
Press the button to switch the display.
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COMPUTER OPERATION
6
5
1
4 3 2
14
7
15
8
9
10
11
12
13
To switch from Metric to English display please read the chapter Metric to English conversion. (2)
USER CODE (7)
Press the UP/DOWN to select the USER CODE from U1 to U9.
HEIGHT (6)
The HEIGHT display range is from 50 to 250 cm. The initial HEIGHT is 170 cm
The HEIGHT display range is from 20 to 100 inch. The initial HEIGHT is 67 inch.
WEIGHT (5)
The WEIGHT display range is from 20 to 200 kg. The initial WEIGHT is 68 kg.
The WEIGHT display range is from 44 to 440 lbs. The initial WEIGHT is 150 lbs.
AGE (4)
The range of AGE is from 10 to 99. The initial AGE is 35.
PROGRAM (10)
The range of the PROGRAM is from P1 to P9, the initial PROGRAM is P1.
PROGRAM LEVEL (7)
The range of the PROGRAM LEVEL is L1 to L8, the initial LEVEL is L1. The user can select circular and set up it. The program
diagram will be show as the computer previously setting up. Each level representing two resistance steps.
RESISTANCE LEVEL (8;15)
The range of the RESISTANCE LEVEL is from 1 to 16.
RPM DIAGRAM (14)
The display range of the RPM diagram is from 0 to150.
The RPM diagram will display by integer, For example, The RPM between 30 and 39, The LCD will display 30.
SPEED (7)
The range of the Speed is from 0.0 to 99.9 km/h; m/ph.
WATT (12)
The display range of the WATT is from 0 to 999.
PULSE (9)
The PULSE - display range is from 0 to 199.
RPM (1)
The RPM - display range is from 0 to 999.
DISTANCE / PROGRAM (10)
The DISTANCE display range is from 0.0 to 99 kilometres; miles.
The PROGRAM display range was from P1 to P9.
TIME (13)
The TIME display range is from 0:00 to 99. The initial TIME is “32:00”
GENDER (3)
Press the UP/DOWN button to select your gender
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COMPUTER OPERATION
PROGRAM
To select one of the User programs, you will need to select the USER CODE first, press the UP/DOWN button to select the USER
CODE from U1 to U9. This is shown in the SPEED display. Press the ENTER button to confirm the USER CODE. If the user
information has been previously input, press ENTER button and hold for 5 seconds, The computer will then skip the user
information set up procedure and enter the program select procedure. To input new information , please follow the below
procedure.
USER HEIGHT
After the USER Code has been confirmed the SPEED display will show HEIGHT or the previous setting and begin flashing. Press
the UP/DOWN button to adjust the user height information, and then press ENTER to confirm.
USER WEIGHT
After the HEIGHT has been confirmed the TIME display will show WEIGHT or the previous setting and begin flashing. Press the
UP/DOWN button to adjust the user weight information, then press ENTER to confirm.
USER AGE
After the WEIGHT has been confirmed the SPEED display will show AGE or the previous setting and begin flashing. Press the
UP/DOWN button to adjust the user age information then, press ENTER to confirm. When the AGE is confirmed, the pulse data will
be adjusted automatically at the same time.
Estimated Normal pulse rate = (220 – AGE) X 65%
Estimated Maximum pulse rate = (220 – AGE) X 85%
USER GENDER
After assigning your user ID, the GENDER icon will display on the LCD, press the UP/DOWN button to switch between male and
female icon, then press ENTER button to select your GENDER.
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COMPUTER OPERATION
P 1- P 9 Program Selecting Procedure
After the gender has been set up and press the “ENTER” button to confirm, the LCD will display and flash “P1”, press “UP “and
“DOWN” to select. Then press the “ENTER” button to confirm and save.
P1: Target time program
After you have selected “P1-Target time program” press the “ENTER” button. The “TIME ”display will show the time of “32:00”,
press the “UP “or “DOWN” button to adjust target time, then press the “ENTER“ button to confirm. Press the “START” button to
begin the exercise program. To increase or decrease the RESISTANCE while exercising, press the “UP /DOWN“ button, The
program will count down the preset time, “DISTANCE and CALORIES” will count up.
To pause the program while exercising, press the STOP button. To resume exercising, press the “START” button. The time counts
down at the end of the program the computer will “beep”.
P2: Target distance program
After you have selected “P2- Target distance program”, The “DISTANCE“ display will show the DISTANCE setting of 5, press the up
and down button to adjust target DISTANCE, then press “ENTER” to confirm. Press the “START” button to begin the exercise
program. To increase or decrease the RESISTANCE while exercising, press the “UP and DOWN” button. The “DISTANCE” will
count down the preset DISTANCE, the “TIME and CALORIES“ will count up from 0.
To pause the program while exercising, press the “STOP” button, if the “STOP” button is pressed after pausing the program, the
computer will return to POWER ON status. The time counts down at the end of the program the computer will “beep”.
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P3: Target calories program
After you have selected “P3- Target calories program”, the CALORIES display will show the calories setting “50”, press the
“UP/DOWN” button to adjust target calories, then press “ENTER” to confirm. Press the “START” button to begin the exercise
program. To increase or decrease the resistance while exercising, press the “UP and DOWN” button. The target calories will count
down and the TIME, DISTANCE will count up from 0.
To pause the program while exercising, press the “STOP” button. To quit the program, press the “STOP” button twice. At the end of
the program when the preset target has been achieved, the computer will beep
P4: RANDOM program
After the user has selected “P4- RANDOM program”, The TIME will show the workout time setting of “32:00”, Press the ““UP
/DOWN” button to adjust workout time, Then press the “ENTER” to confirm. Press the “START” button to begin the exercise
program. The resistance display will show “1”. To increase or decrease the resistance while exercise, press the “UP/DOWN” button.
The target time will count down, the DISTANCE and CALORIES will count up from 0.
To pause the program while exercising, press the “STOP” button, To quit out the program, press the “STOP” button twice. At the
end of the program when the target has been achieved, the computer will beep.
P5: Fat burning program
After the user has selected “P5 Fat burning program “, the TIME display will show the workout time setting of “32:00”, press the “UP
/DOWN ” button to adjust workout time then press “ENTER” to confirm. Press the ”START” button to begin the “Fat burning program
”.
The aim of a FAT BURNING program is to exercise for a longer period of time at a reduced level of intensity. This will allow you to
burn more calories than if you were using a program that has higher levels of resistance over a shorter period of time.
The RESISTANCE display will show “1”. To increase or decrease the resistance while exercising, press the “UP/DOWN” button.
The target time will count down, the DISTANCE, CALORIES display will count up from 0.
To pause the program while exercising, press the “STOP” button. To quit the program, press the “STOP” button twice. At the end of
the program when the target has been achieved, the computer will beep.
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COMPUTER OPERATION
P6: INTERVAL program
LEVEL
After the user has selected “P6 INTERVAL program”, The SPEED display will show “L1”
Press the “UP and DOWN” button to adjust the Level from “L1” to “L8”, press the “ENTER” button to continue the program.
TIME
After you have set up the Level, press the “ENTER” button, The TIME display will show the workout time setting of “32:00 ”, press
the “UP and DOWN ” button to adjust the TIME, press the “ENTER ” button to confirm.
Press the “START” button to begin the exercise program .The RESISTANCE display will show the Level the user has set. To
increase or decrease the resistance while exercising, press the “UP/DOWN” button. The time will count down to the end. The
DISTANCE and CALORIES display will count up from 0.
To pause the program while exercising, press the “STOP” button. To quit the program, press the “STOP” twice. At the end of
program count when the target has been achieved the computer will beep.
P7: ENDURANCE program
LEVEL
After the user has selected “P7” ENDURANCE program, the “SPEED” display will show “L1”Press the “UP and DOWN” button to
adjust the Level from “L1” to “L8”, press the “ENTER” button to continue the program.
TIME
After you have set up the Level, press the “ENTER” button, The TIME display will show the workout time setting of “32:00 ”, press
the “UP and DOWN” button to adjust the time, press the “ENTER” button to confirm.
Press the “START” button to begin the exercise program. The RESISTANCE display will show the Level the user has set. To
increase or decrease the resistance while exercising, press the “UP /DOWN” button. The time will count down, the DISTANCE,
CALORIES display will count up from 0.
To pause the program while exercising, press the “STOP” button. Press the “STOP” button twice, the program will return to POW ER
ON status. At the end of the program when the target has been achieved, the computer will beep.
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P8: WATT CONTROL program
WATT setting
After the user has selected “P8 WATT control program”. The “WATT” display will show “20”. Press the “up and down” button to
adjust the “watt ” from “20” to “350” , press the “Enter ” button to continue the program. To increase or decrease the selected WATT
while exercising, press the “UP and DOWN” button.
TIME
After you have set up the WATT, press the “ENTER” button. The TIME display will show the workout time setting of “32:00 ”, press
the “UP and DOWN” button to adjust the time, press the “ENTER” button to confirm.
To pause the program while exercising, press the “STOP” button. To quit out the program, press the “STOP” button twice. At the
end of the program when the target has been achieved, the computer will beep.
Resistance – Level – Watt Table
RPM L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6
10
1 2
2
3
3
4
20
5 6
8
10 13 16
30 10 13 14 20 25 33
40 13 19 23 30 39 51
50 14 26 32 45 60 76
60 18 32 41 57 78 96
70 24 34 48 71 96 122
80 29 44 65 92 122 148
90 39 57 81 108 140 172
100 42 64 87 118 154 197
110 45 73 99 136 176 206
120 48 78 105 144 183 217
L7
4
20
39
62
89
115
147
178
202
223
245
293
L8
7
24
49
74
105
139
177
213
241
266
294
342
L9
7
29
59
90
138
167
204
255
287
321
364
381
L10
8
32
67
105
150
187
239
282
318
348
378
399
L11
8
38
76
117
169
218
271
313
358
405
444
468
L12
9
43
82
135
192
240
301
343
394
442
483
515
L13
10
49
94
146
213
273
327
362
439
474
536
568
L14
11
53
105
164
228
296
359
396
480
514
583
621
L15
13
58
110
177
246
319
389
430
520
545
632
671
L16
15
63
121
195
266
345
413
462
555
586
669
715
P9: Target pulse program
Pulse setting
After the user has selected “P9 Target pulse program”. The “PULSE” display will show and flash “157”. Press the UP/DOWN button
to adjust the PULSE, after setting the PULSE, press the “ENTER” button to continue the program setting up.
Time
After you have selected “P9 Target pulse program”, the TIME display will show the workout time setting “32:00”. Press the
UP/DOWN button to adjust workout time then press ENTER button to confirm. Press START to begin the exercise program.
To pause the program while exercising, press the “STOP” button. To quit the program, press the “STOP” button twice. At the end of
the program when the target has been achieved, the computer will beep.
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WARM UP – Target pulse program
After completing the TIME set up and starting the program, there is a total 3 minute warm up section. The WARM UP section will
help you reach the target workout PULSE. The resistance will start from 2. When the “warm up” section starts, the LCD display will
show the words “warm up” three times.
When the user uses the “Warm up and Target pulse” program, the “DISTANCE and CALORIES” will count up from 0. The computer
will detect the user pulse and compare it with the preset estimate normal pulse every 15 seconds. The 3 minutes warm up program
will count down from the pre-set time. If the actual PULSE does not reach the target workout pulse, the resistance will increase one
level every 15 seconds.
If the computer does not detect the user actual PULSE, the computer will pause the compare function and stop increasing the
resistance. The LCD will show “NO PULSE”.
When the computer detects the actual pulse rate has reached the minimum target workout PULSE in the “warm up” section, the
resistance will stop increasing and continue at the same resistance until the 3 minute warm up is completed and then go into the
Target pulse main program.
If you cannot reach the minimum target workout pulse in 3 minutes, the program will continue the second 3 minutes WARM UP
section. If during the second WARM UP the user still cannot reach the minimum target workout heart rate, the computer will
continue to the third WARM UP section for 3 minutes. If the third WARM UP section still cannot bring up the actual pulse rate to the
minimum target workout pulse, the computer will sound a beep, meanwhile the program will STOP, and TIME display will show
“FAIL”, 10 seconds later, the program will return to power on status.
Target pulse main program
After the actual pulse rate reaches the minimum target workout pulse rate and completes the warm up section, the computer will go
into the main program and the time will count down from the pre-set time. During the main program, the computer will detect the
user pulse rate every 15 seconds. The RESISTANCE, DISTANCE, CALORIES will continue to count up from the “Warm up” section
into the Target pulse Program. To increase or decrease the selected Pulse rate while exercising, press the “UP and DOWN” button.
If the computer does not detect the user actual pulse rate, the computer will pause the compare function and stop increasing the
RESISTANCE. The LCD will show “NO PULSE”.
If the actual pulse rate cannot reach the maximum target workout pulse rate, the resistance level will be increased by 1 level every
15 seconds until the pulse rate reaches the maximum target workout pulse rate.
If the actual pulse is higher than the maximum target workout pulse rate, then the resistance will be reduced 1 level every 15
seconds until the actual pulse rate meets the maximum target workout pulse rate.
If the actual pulse is higher than the maximum target pulse rate for 3 minutes or over, the preset time counts down to the end, the
computer will stop the Target pulse program and then begin the COOL DOWN function.
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COOL DOWN –Target pulse program
After completing the Target pulse and the TIME counts down to zero there is a one-minute COOL DOWN program. The TIME
display will show „COOL‟ for 10 seconds and start flashing. The resistance will return to level 1 as the time counts down from 1:00
(including the 10 seconds „COOL‟ display time).
When the computer starts the COOL DOWN program, the RESISTANCE will return to the “1” Level, the “DISTANCE and
CALORIES” will continue in the “Target pulse” program display and count up continue.
To pause the program while exercising, press the “STOP” button. Press the “STOP” button twice and the program will return to
POWER ON.
You cannot use the “UP, DOWN, START, MODE“ buttons in the “COOL DOWN ” program.
Metric (KM) to English (ML) conversion
The computer display can show both English and Metric information, if you want to change from the Metric to English, Please follow
the below procedure:
When the computer is in the POWER ON status. Press and hold the “STOP” button then press the “UP” button. The LCD will
display E-I and the number 1, you can select 2 by pressing the UP/DOWN button. Press the START button during the selection
mode, the LCD will show the “KM/H” or “MPH”. Select set KM/H or MPH by pressing the UP/DOWN button, and then press the
ENTER button to confirm.
It was showing “KM/H” unit if the user do not set up the program. The computer will show distance with the unit which the user
setting. The computer just can use the “UP” ”DOWN” “STOP” button when setting the program.
Heart Rate Operation
The NAVARRE comes with EKG hand pulse sensors which can be found on the handlebars. To operate pulse rate function, place
the palms of your hands over the sensors. It will take a few seconds for your pulse rate to be displayed on the console. To keep
monitoring, keep gripping the sensors, if the readings are intermittent you may not have full contact with the sensors or not enough
of your palm on the sensor. Remove your hand and place it over the sensor again.
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Heart Rate Training
To maximize your results from training it is essential to monitor the intensity of your workout through your heart rate.
It is imperative that you accurately determine the target pulse rate within which to train in order that you may improve your fitness at
a safe, comfortable and sustainable level.
The following table on the next page is a rough guide to determine the level at which you should be exercising based upon your
maximum heart rate (MHR).
Heart Rate diagram
You can calculate the target-heartrate for your training as follows:
Maximum heartrate = 220 minus age
For the different trainingtargets you should train with the following percentage of your maximum heartrate:
Health/Fat Burning:
50 – 70% of your max. heartrate
Fitness/Bodyshaping:
70 – 80% of your max. heartrate
Performance:
80 - 90% of your max. heartrate
Example:
You are 25 years old and want to train for the target Fitness:
220 – 25 = 195
70% of 195 = 136,5
80% of 195 = 156
Your target-heartrate should be between 136,5 and 156 beats per minute.
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This information is for your reference only. To determine your individual training intensity or in case
you should have health restrictions please consult your physician before starting exercising.
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