Sports Art XT20 Cross Trainer Operation Manual

Sports Art XT20 Cross Trainer Operation Manual
XT20
2005.3
SPORTS ART COMMERCIAL GRADE XT20
X-TRAINER
TABLE OF CONTENTS
A. SAFETY GUIDELINES .......................................................................................
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B. INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................
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C. ASSEMBLING YOUR X-TRAINER
List of parts.......................................................................................................... 3
Step by step instructions...................................................................................... 4
D. UNDERSTANDING THE XT20 DISPLAY CONSOLE
Windows............................................................................................................... 10
Keypad................................................................................................................. 11
E. OPERATING YOUR X-TRAINER
Power Up the X-Trainer........................................................................................ 13
Quick Start............................................................................................................ 13
Entering User's Personal Information................................................................... 14
Power Standby Mode........................................................................................... 15
Turn Off the X-Trainer........................................................................................... 15
F. OVERVIEW OF PROGRAMS
Manual Mode........................................................................................................ 16
Random................................................................................................................ 17
WT Loss (HRC 65%) / CARDIO (HRC 80%)....................................................... 18
Conditioning and Advanced Conditioning............................................................ 19
Cool Down............................................................................................................ 20
Stop...................................................................................................................... 21
Displaying Workout Data...................................................................................... 22
G. SYSTEM DEFAULT SETTING
Setting Modify...................................................................................................... 23
Setting Weight Units............................................................................................. 23
H. RANGES OF VARIOUS SETTINGS.................................................................... 23
I. SETTING RANGES.............................................................................................. 24
J. MAINTAINING THE X-TRAINER.......................................................................... 24
K. GUIDELINES FOR EXERCISE
How long should I exercise?................................................................................ 24
How often should I exercise?............................................................................... 24
L. TROUBLESHOOTING
Load response issues.......................................................................................... 25
Appendix: Wiring Schematic................................................................................ 26
A. SAFETY GUIDELINES:
Please read and follow the following safety guidelines:
Keep this owner's manual for future use and reference.
Read this owner's manual and follow the instructions.
Assemble and operate the SportsArt XT20 Trainer on a solid, level surface.
Never allow children on or near the machine.
Check the machine before every use. Make sure all parts are assembled; all nuts
and bolts are tightened. Do not use the machine if the unit is disassembled in any
way.
Keep your hands away from moving parts.
Wear proper workout clothing. Do NOT wear loose clothing. Do not wear shoes
with leather soles or high heels. Tie back all long hair.
Don't rock the unit from side to side; take care when mounting and dismounting
the unit.
Do not use any accessories that aren't specifically recommended by the
manufacturer as these might cause injuries or cause the unit to fail.
Work within your recommended exercise level. Do NOT work to exhaustion.
If you feel any pain or abnormal sensations, STOP YOUR WORKOUT.
Consult your physician immediately.
Allow sufficient space on both sides of the trainer for users to mount and dismount
the machine.
If any parts fail or are defective, please stop your workout immediately and contact
your authorized dealer for repairs.
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B. INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on purchasing one of the finest pieces of commercial grade exercise
equipment in the market today, the SportsArt XT20. Constructed of high quality
materials and designed for years of trouble free usage, the XT20 will be an integral
part of your fitness regimen.
Before using your trainer, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with this
Owner's Manual. Whether you are a first time user of an X-trainer or a seasoned
"pro," understanding the correct use of the equipment will enhance your ability to
achieve your exercise goals safely and successfully.
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C. ASSEMBLING YOUR X-TRAINER
LIST OF PARTS:
1. One Display Support Tube
2. One Left Pedal
3. One Right Pedal
4. One Seat Back
5. One Seat Bottom
6. One Left Upper Body Bar
7. One Right Upper Body Bar
8. Two Upper Body Bar Inner Covers
9. Two Upper Body Bar Exterior Covers
10. Three 5/16"* L19 bolts for the Display Pedestal
11. Three 5/16"* L19 bolts for the Seat Back
12. Three 5/16*D20*t2.0 Flat Washers for the Seat Back
13. Four 5/16*L19 Bolts for the Seat Bottom
14. Four Flat Washers 5/16*D20*t2.0 for the Seat Bottom
15. Eight 5/16*L19 Bolts for Left and Right Upper Body Bars
16. Eight D18*d8.5*t2.0 Washers for Left and Right Upper Body Bars
17. Four Flat Washers D17*d8.3*t2.0 for Left and Right Upper Body Bars
18. Eight Spring Washers 5/16 *t2.0 for Left and Right Upper Body Bars
19. Eight Phillips Head Screws M4*L20 for Upper Body Bar Covers
20. One Screwdriver
21. One Hex Allen Wrench
22. One Open-ended Wrench
23. Three Fuses ( 2 AMP x 2 and 3 AMP or 3.15 AMP)
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STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS
Before assembling your X-trainer, make sure that you have all parts listed on the
previous page. Refer to the product illustration below.
Product Illustration
Electronics Package
Leg Resistance Switch
Upper Body Handle
Electronics Display Pedestal
Handlebar end cap
Magazine Tray
Arm Resistance Switch
Pedal
Seat Back
Front Cover
Crank Access Cover
Seat Adjustment Lever
Front Cover Label
Transport wheel
Charger
Seat
Storage Tray
Front Cross Frame Cover
Seat Back
Adjustment Lever
Floor Level Adjustment
Front Cross Frame
Base Frame
Rear Cover
Base Frame Cover
Upper Body Bar Covers
Rear Cross Frame
Rear Cover Label
Floor Level Adjustment
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The following steps explain how to assemble your SportsArt XT20. Please read
every step thoroughly. Follow the directions completely to ensure correct assembly.
1. Remove the trainer from the box and separate packing material from the trainer
parts.
2. Place all parts on a flat surface so that they can be found more easily.
3. Connect the data cables (female to male) between the pedestal and the trainer
frame. Install the Pedestal to the trainer frame. Install the pedestal to the trainer
frame. Firstly attach the top bolt A provide, don't tighten yet. If it is a bit to insert
the bolt A into the hole, please hold the pedestal to align the bole. Then attach two
bolts B below as well, don't tighten either. Finally fasten bolt A, then bolt B
clockwise to secure them completely.
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4. Install right and left Pedals to right and left crank arms respectively, using the
wrench provided. Be careful to distinguish L from R . Left is the user's
left, as he or she exercises on the equipment. After installation, rotate pedals
counterclockwise to secure them (see the following illustration).
5. Install the Seat Back onto the seat post by using the bolts and washers provided.
Make sure the bolts and washers are tightened to secure the Seat Back. Install
the seat to the handlebar mounting plate; fix the seat with the bolts and washers
provided. Secure the bolts from underneath the seat, with two bolts in front and
two in back, through the handlebar mounting plate. Tighten the bolts (see the
following illustration).
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6. Insert right and left upper body bars into their respective connector tubes. Secure
the bars with the four bolts attached. Connect the wires in the upper body bars.
Attach the exterior enclosure firstly that two ribs on it go into the holes on the
bottom of upper body bars as step , then put the interior enclosure in placement
as step . Finally tighten 4 bolts provided as step . (Please fasten the top right
or left bolt firstly and keep the bolt to align the rib for easy assembly. See Fig. A)
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7. Floor Level Adjustment
If the trainer is unsteady on the floor, turn the levelers on the front and rear feet.
Raise or lower the levelers to steady your trainer on the floor. Secure the
adjustment level with the washers attached, as illustrated below:
8. Seat Back/ Seat Bottom Adjustment
The XT20 is equipped with a two-piece seat, allowing you to adjust the angle of
the seat back and bottom. To adjust the seat back, pull the right lever by the seat
and press the seat back backwards to find the most comfortable position for you.
Then release the lever.
To adjust the seat bottom to the appropriate position for you, sit on the trainer with
both feet in the pedals, extend one leg as far as possible, and pull the left lever by
the seat. Move the seat forward or backward until you find yourself comfortable
with your position. Then release the lever.
Please see the following illustration.
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9. The marking on the seat rail is there to assist the user to record his or her favorite
position (as shown in the following illustration).
The XT20 Trainer is now assembled and ready for use.
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D. UNDERSTANDING THE XT20 DISPLAY CONSOLE:
The SportsArt XT20 display console provides user-friendly control of all X-trainer
functions.
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OVERVIEW OF THE DISPLAY CONSOLE
WINDOWS
a. 65% HR Target. The weight loss program adjusts resistance to keep the user's
heart rate at 65% of the maximum heart rate. This provides the optimum weight
loss workout.
b. HEART RATE shows the user's current heart rate.
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c. 80% HR Target. The cardio training program adjusts resistance to keep the user's
heart rate at 80% of the maximum heart rate. This provides the optimum cardio
training workout.
d. DOT MATRIX WINDOW shows operating instructions and workout feedback.
e. CALORIES or CAL/HR. When lit, the CALORIES indicator shows the total amount
of calories burnt since the beginning of the workout. When lit, the CAL/HR
indicator shows the average number of calories burnt per hour during the workout.
DISTANCE shows the accumulated distance covered during this workout.
METS/WATT. When the METS indicator is lit, the METS window shows the user's
workout level in METS (metabolic equivalents). One MET equals the consumption
of oxygen per 3.5 ml/kg/min. When the WATT indicator is lit, this window shows
the user's workout level in watts. WATT is the unit of measurement for power
output.
f. LEG RPM shows the speed at which the user pedals as revolutions per minute.
TIME shows the remaining time in the present workout, or, in QUICK START
mode, the accumulated workout time.
ARM RPM shows the speed at which the user strokes as revolutions per minute.
When the ARM RPM keeps below 40 RPM for a period of time, the message
"FOR GOOD BATTERY LIFE, PLEASE MOVE OVER 40 RPM" will be prompted
across the main display to remind the user to speed up.
KEYPAD
g. UP & DOWN (ARM WORK LEVEL). Press these buttons to input user information,
workout time, and arm resistance values.
h. START. Press this button to turn on the display. When the unit is powered, press
START to begin a workout. Press START anytime during a workout to input the
user's personal information.
i. DISPLAY LOCK. Press DISPLAY LOCK to constantly view CALORIES & METS or
CAL/HR & WATTS. If this button is not pressed, the feedback message will
alternate every four seconds from CALORIES to CAL/HR, CAL/HR to CALORIES,
METS to WATTS, or WATTS to METS.
j. ENTER. Press this button to confirm a selection.
k. NUMERIC KEYPADS. Press numeric keypads to input the user's personal
information or to set up the desired workout time length.
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l. STOP/RESET. In any preset exercise program, press this button to end that
program. When this button is pressed, the dot matrix panel will show STOP
for 3 seconds and beep for 0.5 second. TOTAL TIME + AVERAGE HR will
appear. Total CALORIES consumed and total DISTANCE accumulated will appear
in their respective windows. Total workout time will appear in the TIME window.
The HEARTRATE window will show the average heart rate measured during this
workout.
In cool down mode, hold the STOP/RESET button to end the COOL DOWN
period. The message SELECT PROGRAM OR PRESS START will scroll
across the dot matrix window. Program indicators will blink simultaneously. Select
one program to start that workout.
Hold the STOP/RESET button for 2 seconds to reset the display and see the
initial banner. The display cannot be reset if the system is in POWER STANDBY
MODE.
m. QUICK START. Press this button to start a workout promptly without entering the
user's personal information.
n. UP & DOWN (LEG WORK LEVEL). Press these buttons to input user personal
information, workout time, and pedal resistance level values.
o. PRESET PROGRAM SELECTIONS. Press MANUAL, RANDOM, WT Loss/
CARDIO CONDITIONING, or ADVANCE CONDITIONING buttons to start a
preset workout.
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E. OPERATING YOUR X-TRAINER
a. POWER UP THE X-TRAINER
Either press the <START> button, start pedaling, or start moving the arm
conditioner bars to activate the unit. "XT20" will appear on the dot matrix window.
No other messages will be shown on other windows at this time.
b. QUICK START
b-1. Press "QUICK START" on the console to start exercising promptly without
entering user personal information. 00:00 shows up in the TIME window.
Time starts counting once you pedal.
b-2. Preset values will show up as below: Age 35; Weight 75 kg or 165 lb. Arm
and leg resistance are both preset at level 1.
b-3. The following panel shows up:
Green dots
Red
Green
Orange
(Pattern 1)
Orange dot
: Green dots represent segments that have not yet been exercised.
: The orange dot represents segments started or now in motion.
b-4. the panel below appears during a workout:
Orange dot
Red
Green
Orange
Green dots
(Pattern 2)
Red dot
Red dots represent segments that have already been exercised.
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NOTES: 1. The blinking dot moves only when you pedal. It does not move if you
only exercise your arms.
2. The distance exercised per dot cycle is 0.25 mile or 0.4 km.
b-5. While exercising, press < > < > buttons to change pedal or arm resistance.
The values shown for LEG WORK LEVEL & ARM WORK LEVEL (in upper
left and right corners of the dot matrix window) will also change according to
your setting.
b-6. When a workout is completed, the display windows appear as they do when
you first start up the machine (See E. OPERATING YOUR TRAINER).
b-7. You can switch from QUICK START to a preset PROGRAM simply by
pressing any PROGRAM button. When you select one program, the related
LED indicator lights, and the workout time automatically shows 30:00
minutes. Press < > < > buttons or the numeric keypad to adjust the
workout time length. Press ENTER to confirm your choice and begin your
workout.
c. ENTERING PERSONAL INFORMATION
If you prefer to enter personal information, do not press QUICK START ; Press
the <START> button. The display prompts the user to input personal information.
Follow the prompts.
c-1. Setting Age
Press the <START> button. The dot matrix window prompts the user to
"ENTER AGE". Then "AGE" appears. The TIME window shows "35". The
AGE indicator lights up.
Use < >< > buttons or numeric keys to set user age, then press the
<ENTER> button.
If the entry exceeds this age range, WRONG NUMBER will scroll
across the display. (The age value can range from 12 to 99.)
After the user age is entered, corresponding 65% and 80% target heart
rates appear in the Personal Cardio Advisor area of the display.
c-2. setting Weight
After the user age is set, the dot matrix window prompts the user to "ENTER
WEIGHT". Then LB or KG appears. The TIME window shows either
"165" if the unit is preset in pounds or "75" if preset in kilos. The WEIGHT
indicator under the TIME window lights up.
Use < >< > buttons or numeric keys to set user weight; then press the
<ENTER> button.
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If the weight entry exceeds the weight range, "WRONG NUMBER" will
scroll across the display. (Weight values can range from 20 to 150 kgs or
from 50 to 330 lbs.)
c-3. Setting the Program
After the weight is set, "SELECT PROGRAM" scrolls across the dot matrix
window.
All program indicators on the left side of the display illuminate. Press the
desired program button to activate the program then press <ENTER> to
set workout time.
Time for CONDITIONING & ADVANCED CONDITIONING is preset (please
refer to descriptions of CONDITIONING & ADVANCED CONDITIONING 2).
The workout can be started now after you complete setting required
workout mode.
c-4. Setting Time
"ENTER TIME" scrolls across the dot matrix window, then "TIME" appears.
The time value appears as "30:00".
Use < >< > buttons or numeric keys to set workout time. Press the
<ENTER> button to confirm your choice.
If the exercise time value is not entered properly, "WRONG NUMBER" will
scroll across the dot matrix window. The minimum time setting is 5 minutes.
(The time value range is from 05:00 to 99:00.)
The time value counts down when the user starts to pedal. If the user does
not pedal, "PEDAL TO START" scrolls across the dot matrix window.
d. POWER STANDBY MODE
When the user has stopped pedaling for more than 30 seconds, or when no
buttons are pressed for 30 seconds, the trainer automatically enters standby
mode. Only two green dots move on the display. Press <START>, pedal, or
exercise your arms to resume workout operation.
e. TURN OFF THE TRAINER
Automatic: To turn off the trainer, do not pedal, exercise your arms, or press any
button. In two to three minutes, the trainer automatically shuts off.
Manual: Stop pedaling; simultaneously press and hold LEG WORK Level < > +
<ENTER> or ARM WORK Level < > + <ENTER> for one second. The
trainer will shut off.
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F. OVERVIEW OF PROGRAMS
a. MANUAL
a-1. The first time you enter the Manual Mode, both upper body resistance and
lower body resistance are preset at LEVEL 1.
a-2. Press the MANUAL button to enter Manual Mode. This is the default setting.
Once the manual mode program is selected, the dot matrix window displays
the following pattern (see Pattern 3), which is similar to the pattern seen in
Quick Start Mode. The dots at the bottom line of the dot matrix window
represent the user's current position in respect to the whole workout. Orange
dots will start to blink once you exercise your arms or pedal. Dots turn red
when that segment of the workout is completed. Green dots represent the
area which has yet to be completed.
Red
Green
Red
Red
Green
Orange
Orange dot
(Pattern 3)
a-3. Pedal and arm resistance levels can be adjusted anytime during the workout
by pressing corresponding < > < > buttons. LEG WORK LEVEL & ARM
WORK LEVEL values (shown in upper left and right corners of the dot matrix
window) will change according to the setting.
a-4. The time bar is located at the bottom of the dot matrix window. The time
represented by each dot is the <preset total workout time/ 25>.
a-5. After one cycle, the illustration in the middle of dot matrix window reverts to
that of the initial screen.
a-6. Time starts to count down in the TIME window. The COOL DOWN procedure
begins when the workout time reaches 0 (zero).
a-7. To stop, press <STOP/RESET> anytime during a workout.
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b. RANDOM
b-1. The first time you enter the Random Mode, the arm resistance is preset at
LEVEL 3 and the pedal resistance is preset at LEVEL 5. In this mode, the
workout always starts from column 10, as shown in the following illustration.
Leg Resistance
Level
Arm Resistance
Level
current location
exercise not yet
complete
Red
Green
Orange
(Pattern 4)
b-2. The orange dot starts to blink once you exercise your arms or legs. Dots turn
red to represent the completed part of the workout. Green dots represent
areas of the workout which have yet to be completed.
completed
not yet complete
Current location
Red
Green
Orange
(Pattern 5)
The base value of lower body resistance is LEVEL 4; the base value of upper
body resistance is LEVEL 9. The current location as illustrated above shows
lower body resistance at LEVEL 5 and upper body resistance at LEVEL 10.
b-3. Pedal and arm resistance base values can be adjusted anytime during the
workout by pressing < > < > buttons. The range that can be shown on the
display is from <BASE VALUE ~ BASE VALUE+7> as illustrated in Pattern 5.
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b-4. The workout illustration moves one column to the left every 10 seconds. The
dot at the current location blinks only when you pedal or exercise your arms.
The dot will be lit constantly if no action is taken.
b-5. Time starts to count down in the TIME window. The program begins the
COOL DOWN procedure when the time is 0 (zero).
b-6. To stop the workout, press the
STOP/RESET
button at any time.
b-7. During this mode, if the RANDOM button is pressed repeatedly, the
resistance levels will change randomly. The matrix display will be reset as
well.
c. WT Loss HRC 65%
/ CARDIO HRC 80%
Note: Some models of XT20 do not include the Heart Rate Control (HRC) function
explained below.
c 1. The Heart Rate Control function includes two settings: one for cardio
conditioning and another for weight loss conditioning. Press
CARDIO/WT to select the HRC function you desire, then press the
<ENTER> button to confirm your choice.
c 2. Once you enter the HRC program, 65% HR Target and 80% HR
Target windows will show maximum Heart Rate values which are calculated
according to the age input by the user. Once you begin the workout, the
center of the dot matrix window will show the Target Heart Rate, which is
obtained by the following calculation:
Maximum Heart Rate
Target Heart Rate
WT Loss: [(220-AGE) 65%]
CARDIO: [(220-AGE) 80%]
WT Loss: [(220-AGE) 65%]-25 (Minimum value is 84)
CARDIO: [(220-AGE) 80%]-25 (Minimum value is 84)
Note: If no age has been input, the dot matrix window prompts the user to
input his/her age so that a correct target heart rate can be obtained.
Press <ENTER> to confirm your choice and proceed to the next step.
c 3. If the parameter for MODIFY is preset to YES, the words MODIFY YOUR
HEART RATE LIMIT will scroll across the dot matrix window. Then
MDFY appears. The target heart rate will appear constantly in the TIME
window. Press
to adjust the target heart rate. The target heart
rate cannot be greater than the maximum heart rate or less than the
minimum heart rate, 84. Press ENTER to confirm your choice.
Note: If the parameter for MODIFY is preset to NO, the procedure described
above will not be implemented.
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c-4. It is not necessary to reset the target heart rate if you switch from a weight
loss to a cardio conditioning program. Simply press WT Loss/CARDIO, then
press <ENTER> to confirm your choice.
c-5. At the beginning of the cardio conditioning program, the preset arm resistance
level is 3, and the preset pedal resistance level is 5. The pedal speed is
preset at 50 RPM.
c-6. Once you enter the WT Loss/CARDIO program, the dot matrix window
appears as below:
Target Heart
Rate
Red
Green
Orange
Time bar
(Pattern 6)
c-7. In this mode, if the user's heart rate lags below the target heart rate,
SPEED UP will scroll across the dot matrix window.
c-8. If the user doesn't exercise his arms or pedal for more than five seconds, the
display will prompt PEDAL TO START twice. If no further action is taken,
resistance levels go back to preset values (pedal resistance is 5; arm
resistance is 3).
c-9. If no POLAR signal is received, the words NO HEART RATE READING
PLEASE CHECK TRANSMITTER will scroll in the dot matrix window to
remind the user to wear the POLAR transmitter strap properly. Once the
user's heart rate is detected, the message will stop scrolling and the HRC
program will continue.
c-10. Once the user's heart rate reaches the target zone, the heart rate control
procedure begins. The message HEART RATE CONTROL STARTING
appears, and resistance adjusts automatically according to the Heart Rate
Control Program.
c-11. The time bar is located at the bottom of the dot matrix window. Once you
exercise your arms or pedal for a period of time (preset total workout
time/25), the blinking dots will move one column to the right as shown in
Pattern 6.
c-12. In the time window, the time starts to count down, and the COOL DOWN
procedure begins when the count down reaches zero.
c-13. Press <STOP/RESET> to stop at anytime during the workout.
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d. CONDITIONING and ADVANCED CONDITIONING
d-1. CONDITIONING and ADVANCED CONDITIONING programs each contain
four preset workout programs. Please refer to the following illustration.
Starting point of CONDITIONING:
press button once press button twice
press button three times
press button four times
TONING 20
TONING 30
STRENGTH 20
STRENGTH 30
(total 20 minutes)
(total 30 minutes)
(total 20 minutes)
(total 30 minutes)
Press return to go back
Starting point of ADVANCED CONDITIONING:
press button once
press button twice
press button three times
press button four times
ADV TONING 30
ADV TONING 45
ADV STRENGTH 30
ADV STRENGTH 45
(total 30 minutes)
(total 45 minutes)
(total 30 minutes)
(total 45 minutes)
Press return to go back
d-2. During this mode, workout time and resistance are preset, but can be
changed for the currently active segment once the workout begins.
d-3. Once the workout begins, the message WARM UP scrolls across the
display. Then the remaining time in WARM UP appears (time is counting
down in seconds). The Time Bar does not blink at this time; it starts to blink
only after the WARM UP period ends and the program enters the next phase.
Note: The warm up mode lasts for two minutes. During that time, the arm
resistance is fixed at three and pedal resistance is fixed at five.
d-4. After the warm up is completed, the workout procedure begins. The dot
matrix window appears as follows:
Preset workout
time (set to
count down)
Red
Green
Orange
(Pattern 8)
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Time
bar
d-5. The time bar is located at the bottom of the dot matrix window. Every dot
stands for <total workout time/25>.
d-6. In the time window, the time starts to count down, and the COOL DOWN
procedure begins when the countdown reaches zero.
d-7. Press <STOP/RESET> to stop anytime during a workout.
e. COOL DOWN
e-1. Once the workout time counts down to zero, the message, TOTAL TIME +
AVERAGE HR, scrolls across the dot matrix window. Other workout
feedback, including TIME, HEARTRATE, CALORIES, DISTANCE, stay on
screen. After that, the program enters a two-minute cool down period.
e-2. COOL DOWN
The message GOING TO COOL DOWN scrolls across the main window.
At this point, time counts down in the dot matrix window. And resistance
decreases by one level every ten seconds until arm resistance is at level 3
and pedal resistance is at level 5. Resistance is then maintained at that level
without further change.
NOTES: In COOL DOWN mode, press
for either the upper or lower body.
to lower the resistance LEVEL
e-3. When the COOL DOWN mode is completed, or when the <STOP/RESET>
button is pressed, the message SELECT PROGRAM OR PRESS START
scrolls across the dot matrix window. The PROGRAMS indicators will blink to
prompt the user to select one workout program.
f. STOP
In either workout mode, press <STOP/RESET> to stop the workout. The main
window shows STOP and the display beeps once. The message TOTAL
TIME + AVERAGE HR scrolls across the display. Other workout feedback
appears in other windows, including TIME, HEARTRATE, CALORIES, DISTANCE.
After that, the message SELECT PROGRAM OR PRESS START scrolls
across the display, and the program indicators blink to prompt the user to select a
program.
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g. Displaying Workout Data
To display workout data, press the <STOP/RESET> button any time during a
workout. The dot matrix window shows the prompt "STOP". The display shows
workout data as follows:
HEART RATE
DOT MATRIX
SPEED/DISTANCE
CALORIES/CAL HR
TIME
average heart rate
"XT20"
total workout distance
total calories burnt
total workout time
Pressing the <STOP/RESET> button terminates a workout program. A new
workout program can then be selected, but previous workout data is retained. The
message "SELECT PROGRAMS OR PRESS START" scrolls across the dot
matrix window. Simply press the desired PROGRAM for a new workout, or press
the <START> button to alter user information, and then press the <ENTER>
button before selecting a new workout.
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G. SYSTEM DEFAULT SETTING
In the initial screen, where the display shows "XT20", press LEG Work LEVEL < >
+ < > simultaneously for more than one second to enter the system default setting.
Please refer to the following procedure to determine default settings.
a. CHANGING DEFAULT SETTINGS THROUGH
MODIFY
The preset parameter of the SETTING MODIFY is NO. The message "PRESS
TO SELECT MODIFY HRC TARGET HR, PRESS ENTER" scrolls across the
dot matrix window. Then "MDFY" appears. Press either < > or < > to alter the
default setting. The HEARTRATE window will show no or yes at this time.
Press "ENTER" to confirm your setting and proceed to the weight unit default
setting.
b. UNIT of WEIGHT
Upon entering this function, the message "PRESS
TO SELECT LB/KG"
scrolls across the main window, and the previously set weight unit appears (LB or
KG). Press either < > or < > to alter the setting. Press <ENTER> to confirm
your choice and return to the initial banner.
Note: Press <RESET> at any time to go back to the initial banner if you do not
wish to alter default settings.
H. DISPLAYING RANGES
Work Level arm and leg :1 ~ 20
Time: 00 00 99 59 mm:ss
Distance: 0.0 9999 km or 0.0~ 9999 miles (relates to pedals only, not arm
Movements)
Cal/Hr (Calories): 0.0~ 9999 K-CAL
Calories: 0.0 ~9999
METS: 0.0 ~ 99.9
WATTS: 0.0 ~ 999
Weight: 20 ~ 150KG or 50 ~ 330LB
Age: 10~99
Arm RPM: 0~250
Leg RPM : 0~250
Heart Rate: 0 or 40-250
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I. SETTING RANGES
Work Level arm and leg : 1 ~ 20
Time: 5:00 ~ 99:00
Weight: 20 ~150 KG or 50 ~ 330 LB
Age: 10~99
J. MAINTAINING THE TRAINER XT20
The Sports Art XT20 requires little maintenance. But smooth operation does require
some cleaning.
Regular cleaning is recommended to keep your trainer XT20 at peak performance.
Before your workout, use a dry cloth to clean the surface of the display.
NOTE: NEVER POUR LIQUIDS ON THE DISPLAY.
To clean plastic parts, use a mild detergent, and make sure the unit is completely dry
before operating.
It is recommended that you keep all liquids away from the unit during operation.
Spillage of liquids onto or into the machine will void the warranty.
K. GUIDELINES FOR EXERCISE
How long should I exercise?
The duration of your exercise session is dependent on your fitness level. In general,
it is recommended that you maintain your heart rate in the training zone for at least
10 minutes to realize an aerobic benefit. As your fitness level increases, you will be
able to maintain your heart rate in the training zone for longer periods: usually
between 20 and 30 minutes.
When starting your workout, use the first several minutes to warm up, then slowly
increase your workload to bring your heart rate into your specific training zone. At the
end of your workout, gradually decrease your workload and exercise lightly as a
"cool down".
How often should I exercise?
To achieve the greatest benefits, aerobic exercises should be performed three to five
times per week. It is important to allow sufficient time, at least 24 hours, for your
body to recover after exercise.
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L. TROUBLESHOOTING:
If the REMOTE CONTROL UNIT does not function properly:
1. Replace the two "AAA" 1.5V batteries (see Fig. A. B. C. D. as below):
Fig. A: loosen the screws located insides
the handlebar and remove the end
cap of handlebar.
Fig. B: Remove the bottom cap of battery
set and then remove old batteries.
Fig. C: Place two new 1.5V "AAA" size
batteries into the battery set (pay
attention to positive end (+) and
negative end (-) according to the
indications). Press the battery
bottom cap back.
Fig. D: Place the handlebar end cap back
to its original location and tighten
it with screws.
2. If the unit still does not function properly after replacing the batteries, please
contact your authorized Sports Art dealer.
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Appendix: Wiring Schematic:
Note: the specification of Battery Charger is DC 16~20V/2A. The Battery Charger
is not shipped along with the trainer. Please buy the Battery Charger
directly from your market.
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