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NuStep, Inc.

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When it was conceived, the NuStep was specifically designed for the cardiac rehabilitation setting but also had wide appeal for physical therapy clinics, senior living communities, health and wellness centers. Soon many other settings recognized the versatility of the NuStep and embraced it because of its safe, comfortable, ergonomic design and effective workout.


Dick and Norma Sarns, founders of NuStep, Inc.  know firsthand about the versatility of the NuStep Recumbent Cross Trainers. Dick uses it to stay in shape and train for outdoor race walking, while Norma, who has progressive multiple sclerosis, uses the NuStep to improve her range of motion and maintain her strength.


The vision that guided Dick and Norma Sarns 20 years ago continues today as the driving force of the entire NuStep team - helping individuals, regardless of their age or physical abilities, transform their lives one step at a time. NuStep manufactures a recumbent cross trainer that is suitable for many users, including home users, health clubs and YMCA, Physical Therapist, Cardiac Rehab, Senior Living facilities and many more. Recumbent cross trainers and accessories are designed to be comfortable, safe and provide an effective workout for a wide range of users. NuStep has three models, the T4, T5 and T5xr.

Contact: Steve Sarns
5111 Venture Dr.
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Telephone: 734-769-3939 ext. 102
Email: ssarns@nustep.com
Website: www.nustep.com

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