Nautilus, Inc. Unveils New Products at Annual New York Event

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At the Nautilus, Inc. Find What Fits event in New York this week, the company is showcasing a range of new cardio and strength fitness products launching in 2017, including prototypes of two revolutionary products:

·         The Bowflex® HVT™ is the world’s first fitness machine to offer Hybrid Velocity Training, a new approach to fitness that combines cardio and strength training into one of the fastest and most effective workouts ever designed.

·         The Modern Movement® M-Pad is a smart balance board that uses 3D motions to improve balance and agility while strengthening leg and core muscles. The M-Pad integrates with mobile phones and the M-Trac app, which features smartphone-based software that tracks instability and movements, as well as measures balance ability.

·         The Bowflex® Results Series is a top-of-the-line cardio series that delivers the connectivity, technology and motivation users need to see incredible results. The BXT216 Treadmill and BXE216 Elliptical feature an innovative Burn Rate console, which shows users the total calories burned per minute – motivating users to work out harder and faster.

The event also features the new Nautilus® Performance Series, which includes the first RunSocial™capable treadmill for in-home use – as well as Octane Fitness®’ biggest showstoppers, such as the Zero Runner® and LateralX® Elliptical.

Additionally, Nautilus, Inc. recently conducted a survey to learn more about the fitness success of Bowflex® product owners, how frequently these customers see results and what motivates them to succeed. The survey found that Bowflex product owners are 10 percent more likely to lose weight than the general fitness consumer and 14 percent more likely to create a consistent exercise habit.

You can find additional information and product images here.

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