The new Octane Trifecta is now available to equip clubs and boutiques. Comprised of the Octane Rō, Max Trainer and AirdyneX exercise machines, the valuable Octane Trifecta facilitates HIIT, small group training, circuit workouts, individual training sessions and more with varied total-body, low-impact regimens.
Boasting ease-of-use and intuitive movements, the Octane Trifecta machines equally accommodate exercisers of different abilities and have similar consoles for instant familiarity. Users just get on and go for supreme efficiency in these effective workouts.
The intuitive, accommodating Octane Rō delivers progressive challenges via dual resistance and 10 resistance levels that boost intensity. Exercisers can find extra motivation from the enhanced console and dynamic calorie meter, which report real-time efforts.
Plus, the Octane Rō is exceptionally easy to use, with innovative features such as the patent-pending quick-release foot strap, MultiGrip handlebar and oversized handlebar catch.
Exercisers simply get on and go with the Max Trainer cardio machine, with no required adjustments, virtually unlimited resistance and immediate intensity changes based on the user’s efforts, making it ideal for HIIT workouts when every second counts.
Challenging beginners to athletes, the Max Trainer cardio machine inspires users to push themselves as they track their real-time performance metrics on the console and try to bury the needle on the compelling calorie meter. (This same, addictive calorie meter comes on the Octane Rō as well.)
The traditional air bike has a long heritage of performance, and the Octane AirdyneX bike further enhances this popular gym mainstay.
Exercisers benefit from a custom-designed, 26-blade performance fan and single-stage belt drive, which increase efficiency and generate more power. MultiGrip handlebars offer several hand placement options for variety, and users can isolate the upper body using the stationary foot pegs. The addictive tachometer on the AirdyneX bike invites intensity and showcases effort.