Precor Incorporated

Precor Incorporated


For nearly three decades, Precor has driven fitness forward with a passionate focus on ergonomic motion, proven science, and superior engineering. We constantly study and anticipate the needs of the people and organizations we serve, and continually redefine the levels of innovation, quality, and service necessary to deliver the very best fitness experiences – all with the goal of improving the ways people improve themselves.

At Club Industry we will highlight a mix of our cardio, strength, and networked fitness products, including the following:

AMT with Open Stride
The innovative and premium design of the Adaptive Motion Trainer (AMT) 885 takes fitness to a whole new level with the addition of the Open Stride feature. This single piece of equipment fully engages exercisers of all fitness levels with an infinite range of stride paths to create a uniquely effective low-impact workout, making every workout a personalized experience.

Discovery Series
The new Discovery Series combines all the functional performance elements that you demand from a strength line, along with the design and attention to detail you expect from Precor. The Selectorized Line has a consistent low-profile tower height (59 in/150 cm) and a translucent shroud that create an open and inviting workout environment for you and your exercisers. The Plate Loaded Line has independent arm resistance and converging movement paths to provide a greater range of motion and muscle recruitment.

Networked Fitness
Preva is the Precor response to the Networked Fitness opportunity. Preva leverages the power of technology to meaningfully connect people with their lifelong fitness journey while delivering experiences that engage and motivate in ways that help exercisers achieve their fitness goals. For fitness operators Preva provides solutions that increase retention of exercisers, optimize asset management of fitness equipment and help drive more revenue.
Booth No. 1006

This company is an exhibitor at The Club Industry Show and an advertiser in the September 2012 issue of Club Industry.

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