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1. 95TiTreadmill Console operation manual

4. T ABLE OF C ONTENTS Section Description Page 1. Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 1.1 Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 2. The Display Console and Activity Zone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 2.1 Display Console and Activity Zone Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 2.2 Display Console and Activity Zone Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 2.3 Reading Rack, Accessory Trays and Media Holder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 3. Heart Rate Zone Training ® Exercise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 3.1 Why Heart Rate Zone Training Exercise ? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 3.2 Heart Rate Monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 The Lifepulse TM System // The Optional Heart Rate Chest Strap 4. The Workouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 4.1 Workout Overviews . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 4.2 Using the Workouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Beginning a Workout // Selecting a Workout // Entering Workout Goals // Entering Workout Values // Using Marathon Mode // Changing/Ending A Workout 4.3 Workout Hierarchy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Workout Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Quick Start // Classic: Manual, Random, Hill // Heart Rate +: Fat Burn, Cardio, Heart Rate Hill TM , Heart Rate Interval TM , Extreme Heart Rate TM // Hill +: Around the World, Cascades, Foothills, Kilimanjaro // Advanced Workouts: Fit Tests (Life Fitness, Army PFT, Navy PRT, Marines PFT, Air Force PRT, Gerkin Protocol, Physical Efficiency Battery) // Sport Training TM : Sport Training (5K), Sport Training TM (10K), Speed Training, Speed Interval // Create Your Own (Speed Interval and Heart Rate Interval) Workout Landscape M Perspectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 4.4 Maximizing Workouts on a Life Fitness Treadmill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Selecting a Level // Cool Down 4.5 Additional Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Audio Cues // iPod ® Compatibility// Virtual Trainer // USB Connectivity // Zoom Feature // Media Center 5. Systems Options Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 5.1 Using the System Options Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 5.2 Configuration Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 Manager’s Configuration 1 Language // Units // Workout Duration Configuration // Standby Configuration Manager’s Configuration 2 Acceleration and Deceleration Rates // Custom Message // Program Timeout // Create Your Own Manager Configuration // Fit Tests // Marathon Mode // Audio Cues Manager Configuration Touch Screen Configuration Export / Import Settings 5.3 Configuration Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39 5.4 95 Ti Console Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40 5.5 Warranty Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41 2 © 2007 Life Fitness, a division of Brunswick Corporation. All rights reserved. Life Fitness, FlexDeck, and Heart Rate Zone Trai ning are registered trade- marks, and Go System, Sport Training, Heart Rate Hill, Heart Rate Interval, Extreme Heart Rate, Lifepulse and Lifespring are tr ademarks of Brunswick Corporation. Polar is a registered trademark of Polar Electro, Inc. Fitlinxx is a registered trademark of the Integrated Fitnes s Corp. Any use of these trade- marks, without the express written consent of Life Fitness or the corresponding companies is forbidden.

5. 3 This Operation Manual describes the functions of the following product:: Life Fitness Treadmill: 95Ti See "Specifications" in this manual for product specific features. Statement of Purpose: The treadmill is an exercise machine that enables users to walk or run, in place, on a moving sur- face. Health-related injuries may result from incorrect or excessive use of exercise equipment. Life Fitness STRONG- LY recommends seeing a physician for a complete medical exam before undertaking an exercise program, par- ticularly if the user has a family history of high blood pressure or heart disease, or is over the age of 45, or smokes, has high cholesterol, is obese, or has not exercised regularly in the past year. If, at any time while exercising, the user experiences faintness, dizziness, pain, or shortness of breath, he or she must stop immediately. Des problèmes de santé peuvent être causés par une utilisation incorrecte ou excessive de l'équipement. Life Fitness recommande FORTEMENT de consulter un médecin pour subir un examen médical complet avant de commencer tout programme d'exercice, et tout particulièrement si l'utilisateur a des antécédents familiaux d'hy- pertension ou de troubles cardiaques, s'il a plus de 45 ans, s'il fume, s'il a du cholestérol, s'il est obèse ou n'a pas fait d'exercice régulièrement depuis un an. Si, pendant l'utilisation de l'appareil, l'utilisateur ressent un malaise, des vertiges, des douleurs ou des difficultés à respirer, il doit s'arrêter immédiatement.

42. 5.4 S PECIFICATIONS L IFE F ITNESS 95T I C ONSOLE S PECIFICATIONS Console Option: 7” E 3 Integrated LCD TM System with Touch Screen Technology Resolution: 800x480 Headphone Jack: 300 milliwatt, 3.5mm Stereo Control Panel: Arrow Keys, Cool Down, Pause, Incline, Speed, Media, Volume, Channel, Change View, Change Workout, Virtual Trainer Touch Screen: 4-Wire Resistive Touch Screen Touch Screen Display: Quick Start, Select Workout, Virtual Trainer, USB Preset Selection, Workout Setup, Workout Progress, Workout Summary Information, Media Center, Language Select, Screen Lock/Unlock Workouts: Quick Start // Classic: Manual, Random, Hill // Heart Rate +: Fat Burn, Cardio, Heart Rate Hill TM , Heart Rate Interval TM , Extreme Heart Rate TM // Hill +: Around the World, Foothills, Kilimanjaro, Cascades // Advanced: Fit Tests (Life Fitness, Gerkin Protocol, Physical Efficiency Battery, Army PFT, Navy PRT, Air Force PRT, Marines PFT) // Create Your Own: Create Your Own (Speed Interval and Heart Rate Interval) // Sport Training TM : Sport Training (5K), Sport Training TM (10K), Speed Training, Speed Interval Levels: 20 (Hill, Random, 5K and 10K workouts) Manager-Defined/ User-Selected Languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French, German, Dutch, Russian, Chinese (traditional and simplif ied), Japanese, Turkish, and Korean Display Readout: Speed, Incline, Heart Rate, Pace, Elapsed Time, Time Remaining, Time in Zone, Time of Day, Distance, Distance Climbed, Distance Remaining, Calories, Calories per Hour TV Control Features: 125 available channels, Channel Controls, Previous Channel, Closed Captioning, Secondary Audio Programming, Mute, Volume, Channel Select iPod Compatibility: iPod video capability on optional Attachable TV iPod/iPod nano playlist management and LCD screen iPod/iPod nano power and charging 40

45. 95T Treadmill Base operation manual

26. 4.3 W ORKOUT D ESCRIPTIONS W ORKOUT H IERARCHY 24 Classic Heart Rate + Hill + Select Workout Manual Random Hill Fat Burn and Cardio Heart Rate Hill Heart Rate Interval Extreme Heart Rate Around the World Cascades Foothills Kilimanjaro

48. 3 © 2007 Life Fitness, a division of Brunswick Corporation. All rights reserved. Life Fitness, FlexDeck, and Heart Rate Zone Trai ning are registered trade- marks, and Go System, Sport Training, Heart Rate Hill, Heart Rate Interval, Extreme Heart Rate, Lifepulse and Lifespring are tr ademarks of Brunswick Corporation. Polar is a registered trademark of Polar Electro, Inc. Fitlinxx is a registered trademark of the Integrated Fitnes s Corp. Any use of these trade- marks, without the express written consent of Life Fitness or the corresponding companies is forbidden. T ABLE OF C ONTENTS Section Description Page 1. Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 1.1 Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 1.2 Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Electrical Power Requirements // Grounding Instructions // How to Position and Stabilize the Life Fitness Treadmill // Power Switch // Centering the Belt // Stride Sensor Auto-Shutoff System // Cable TV Hook-up // Power Cord Routing 2. Service and Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 2.1 Preventive Maintenance Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 2.2 Preventive Maintenance Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 2.3 Troubleshooting the Treadmill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 2.4 Troubleshooting the Lifepulse ™ System Sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 2.5 How to Adjust and Tension the Striding Belt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 The Belt Tensioning Bolts // Tracking (Centering) a Striding Belt // Tensioning an Existing Striding Belt 2.6 Proactive Belt Wear Notification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 2.7 How to Obtain Product Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 3. Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 3.1 Life Fitness 95T Treadmill Base Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20

49. 4 This Operation Manual describes the functions of the following products: Life Fitness Treadmills: 95T See "Specifications" in this manual for product specific features. Statement of Purpose: The treadmill is an exercise machine that enables users to walk or run, in place, on a moving sur- face. Health-related injuries may result from incorrect or excessive use of exercise equipment. Life Fitness STRONG- LY recommends seeing a physician for a complete medical exam before undertaking an exercise program, par- ticularly if the user has a family history of high blood pressure or heart disease, or is over the age of 45, or smokes, has high cholesterol, is obese, or has not exercised regularly in the past year. If, at any time while exercising, the user experiences faintness, dizziness, pain, or shortness of breath, he or she must stop immediately. Des problèmes de santé peuvent être causés par une utilisation incorrecte ou excessive de l'équipement. Life Fitness recommande FORTEMENT de consulter un médecin pour subir un examen médical complet avant de commencer tout programme d'exercice, et tout particulièrement si l'utilisateur a des antécédents familiaux d'hy- pertension ou de troubles cardiaques, s'il a plus de 45 ans, s'il fume, s'il a du cholestérol, s'il est obèse ou n'a pas fait d'exercice régulièrement depuis un an. Si, pendant l'utilisation de l'appareil, l'utilisateur ressent un malaise, des vertiges, des douleurs ou des difficultés à respirer, il doit s'arrêter immédiatement.

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51. O PERATION • Always follow the console instructions for proper operation. • Never insert objects into any opening in this product. If an object should drop inside, turn off the power, unplug the power cord from the outlet, and carefully retrieve it. If the item cannot be reached, contact Life Fitness Customer Support Services. • Do not reach into, or underneath, the unit or tip it on its side during operation. • Never place liquids of any type directly on the unit, except in an accessory tray or holder. Containers with lids are recommended. • Do not use this product in bare feet. Always wear shoes. Wear shoes with rubber or high-traction soles. Do not use shoes with heels, leather soles, cleats or spikes. Make sure no stones are embedded in the soles. • Keep all loose clothing, shoelaces, and towels away from moving parts. • Handrails may be held to enhance stability as needed, but are not for continuous use. • Never mount or dismount the treadmill while the running belt is moving. Use the handrails whenever additional sta- bility is required. In case of an emergency, such as tripping, grasp the handrails, and place the feet on the side plat- forms. • Never walk or jog backwards on the treadmill. • The system issues immobilization of the treadmill when a pre-defined hard key sequence has been activated by the club manager. This sequence is currently defined as 3 STOP key presses followed by 3 SPEED DOWN ARROW key presses. To prevent false toggling of the Immobilized feature, this sequence should be limited to a pre-defined time period (i.e. sequence must be done in a 5-10 second period). Sequence should also enforce that only PRESSED events are used (i.e. if HELD or RELEASED are detected during the sequence then, the sequence is rejected). Once the Workout Logic sees this event, it toggles the Immobilization configuration item, saves it in the registry, and then issues an ImmobilizationStatus event to the system. . SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. 6

53. 8 F ONCTIONNEMENT • Ne jamais placer aucun liquide directement sur l'appareil, sauf dans le plateau pour accessoires ou un support prévu à cet eff et. Il est recommandé d'utiliser des contenants munis de couvercles. • Éloigner les vêtements lâches, les lacets et les serviettes des pièces en mouvement. • Les rampes latérales peuvent servir à rétablir son équilibre, mais ne sont pas destinées à un usage continu. • Ne jamais monter sur le tapis de course et ne jamais en descendre pendant qu'il tourne. Utiliser les rampes latérales afin de ne pas perdre l'équilibre. En cas d'urgence, par exemple, en cas de trébuchement ou de faux pas, saisir les barres latérales et pl ac- er les pieds sur les plates-formes latérales. • Ne jamais marcher ni courir à reculons sur le tapis roulant. • Quand il est nécessaire d'immobiliser le tapis roulant, retourner à l'écran de bienvenue. (Appuyer deux fois sur la touche STO P ramène immédiatement l'appareil à l'écran de bienvenue.) Tenir brièvement la touche SPEED DOWN (ralentir), la relâcher et appuyer sur la touche PAUSE. (La touche VITESSE VERS LE BAS est la flèche pointant vers le bas à l'extrême droite du groupe de flèches sur le panneau de commande.) L'écran du tapis roulant affiche alors «Appareil immobilisé par le gestionnaire» Il ne peut alors plus fonctionner, Le moteur principal, et la la pente. Le tapis roulant restera immobilisé, même s'il est réinitiali sé, mis hors tension, puis remis sous tension, etc. Le mode de fonctionnement normal ne peut être rétabli qu'au moyen de la même séquence de touches : tenir brièvement la touche VITESSE VERS LE BAS enfoncée, la relâcher et appuyer sur la touche PAUSE. Le tapis roulant reviendra à l'écran de bienvenue. CONSERVER CES INSTRUCTIONS POUR LE CONSULTER À L'AVENIR.

25. 23 E NDING W ORKOUTS E ARLY To end a workout early, press COOL DOWN on the Control Panel. The COOL DOWN button changes into an END WORKOUT button. A user can stop a workout by pushing the END WORKOUT button; otherwise the cool down phase will automatically begin. The program will designate a cool down time period in proportion to the amount of time spent in the workout. Upon completion of cool down, a workout summary will appear, which includes the distance travelled, the total calories burned, average heart rate, average pace, and elapsed time. To exit the workout without a cool down, press the STOP button or select CHANGE WORKOUT, and then RESET. W ORKOUT S UMMARY Upon ending a workout, a workout summary will appear. The following information is displayed: Average Speed, Distance, Calories Burned, Average Heart Rate, and Elapsed Time. Users have the following three options regarding the workout summary: save the data to a USB stick for preset workouts and workout tracking by SELECTING USB; leave the work- out summary by selecting EXIT; or increase the time the summary is shown on screen by selecting MORE TIME. The duration of the Workout Summary screen defaults to one minute.

3. Before using this product, it is essential to read this ENTIRE operation manual and ALL installation instructions. It describes equipment setup and instructs members on how to use it correctly and safely. Avant d'utiliser ce produit, il est indispensable de lire ce manuel d'utilisation dans son INTÉGRALITÉ, ainsi que TOUTES les instructions d'installations. Ce manuel explique comment installer l'équipement et comment l'utiliser correctement et sans danger. FCC Warning - Possible Radio / Television Interference NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense. Class SB (Studio): Professional and / or commercial use. CAUTION: Any changes or modifications to this equipment could void the product warranty. Mise en garde : tout changement ou toute modification de ce matériel peut annuler la garantie du pro- duit. Any service, other than cleaning or user maintenance, must be performed by an authorized service representative. There are no user serviceable parts. 1

6. 1 G ETTING S TARTED 1.1 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read all instructions before using the treadmill. O PERATION • Always follow the console instructions for proper operation. • Never insert objects into any opening in this product. If an object should drop inside, turn off the power, unplug the power cord from the outlet, and carefully retrieve it. If the item cannot be reached, contact Life Fitness Customer Support Services. • Do not reach into, or underneath, the unit or tip it on its side during operation. • Never place liquids of any type directly on the unit, except in an accessory tray or holder. Containers with lids are recommended. • Do not use this product in bare feet. Always wear shoes. Wear shoes with rubber or high-traction soles. Do not use shoes with heels, leather soles, cleats or spikes. Make sure no stones are embedded in the soles. • Keep all loose clothing, shoelaces, and towels away from moving parts. • Handrails may be held to enhance stability as needed, but are not for continuous use. • Never mount or dismount the treadmill while the running belt is moving. Use the handrails whenever additional sta- bility is required. In case of an emergency, such as tripping, grasp the handrails, and place the feet on the side plat- forms. • Never walk or jog backwards on the treadmill. • The system issues immobilization of the treadmill when a pre-defined hard key sequence has been activated by the club manager. This sequence is currently defined as 3 STOP key presses followed by 3 SPEED DOWN ARROW key presses. To prevent false toggling of the Immobilized feature, this sequence should be limited to a pre-defined time period (i.e. sequence must be done in a 5-10 second period). Sequence should also enforce that only PRESSED events are used (i.e. if HELD or RELEASED are detected during the sequence, then the sequence is rejected). Once the Workout Logic sees this event, it toggles the Immobilization configuration item, saves it in the registry, and then issues an ImmobilizationStatus event to the system. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. 4

7. 5 1 D ÉMARRAGE 1.1 CONSIGNES DE SÉCURITÉ IMPORTANTES Lire toutes les instructions avant d'utiliser le tapis roulant. F ONCTIONNEMENT • Ne jamais placer aucun liquide directement sur l'appareil, sauf dans le plateau pour accessoires ou un support prévu à cet effet. Il est recommandé d'utiliser des contenants munis de couvercles. • Éloigner les vêtements lâches, les lacets et les serviettes des pièces en mouvement. • Les rampes latérales peuvent servir à rétablir son équilibre, mais ne sont pas destinées à un usage continu. • Ne jamais monter sur le tapis de course et ne jamais en descendre pendant qu'il tourne. Utiliser les rampes latérales afin de ne pas perdre l'équilibre. En cas d'urgence, par exemple, en cas de trébuchement ou de faux pas, saisir les barres latérales et placer les pieds sur les plates-formes latérales. • Ne jamais marcher ni courir à reculons sur le tapis roulant. • Quand il est nécessaire d'immobiliser le tapis roulant, retourner à l'écran de bienvenue. (Appuyer deux fois sur la touche STOP ramène immédiatement l'appareil à l'écran de bienvenue.) Tenir brièvement la touche SPEED DOWN (ralentir), la relâcher et appuyer sur la touche PAUSE. (La touche VITESSE VERS LE BAS est la flèche pointant vers le bas à l'extrême droite du groupe de flèches sur le panneau de commande.) L'écran du tapis roulant affiche alors «Appareil immobilisé par le gestionnaire» Il ne peut alors plus fonctionner, Le moteur principal, et la la pente. Le tapis roulant restera immobilisé, même s'il est réinitialisé, mis hors tension, puis remis sous tension, etc. Le mode de fonctionnement normal ne peut être rétabli qu'au moyen de la même séquence de touches : tenir brièvement la touche VITESSE VERS LE BAS enfoncée, la relâcher et appuyer sur la touche PAUSE. Le tapis roulant reviendra à l'écran de bienvenue. CONSERVER CES INSTRUCTIONS POUR LE CONSULTER À L'AVENIR.

47. Before using this product, it is essential to read this ENTIRE operation manual and ALL installation instructions. It describes equipment setup and instructs members on how to use it correctly and safely. Avant d'utiliser ce produit, il est indispensable de lire ce manuel d'utilisation dans son INTÉGRALITÉ, ainsi que TOUTES les instructions d'installations. Ce manuel explique comment installer l'équipement et comment l'utiliser correctement et sans danger. FCC Warning - Possible Radio / Television Interference NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense. Class SB (Studio): Professional and / or commercial use. CAUTION: Any changes or modifications to this equipment could void the product warranty. MISE EN GARDE : tout changement ou toute modification de ce matériel peut annuler la garantie du produit. Any service, other than cleaning or user maintenance, must be performed by an authorized service representative. There are no user serviceable parts. 2

17. 15 2.3 R EADING R ACK AND A CCESSORY T RAYS The display console design includes a built-in reading rack (A) allowing a book or magazine to be supported during the workout. Also included in the display console are three built-in accessory trays (B). Two side trays to accommodate large items such as water bottles and one center tray for smaller items such as personal media devices. NOTE: Since reading materials will be in front of the Touchscreen Display, use care when placing reading materials on the rack, and when turning pages, to ensure that buttons aren’t accidentally toggled.

19. 17 3.2 H EART R ATE M ONITORING T HE L IFEPULSE S YSTEM To use the treadmill’s Lifepulse system to check the heart rate during a workout, grasp the stainless steel sensors on the Ergo TM front handlebar. Two sensors are located on each of the handlebars. Contact must be maintained with all four sensors to obtain a heart rate. The console displays a heart rate within 20 to 30 seconds of contact with the sensors. Do not attempt to grasp the sensors at speeds above walking pace (usually above 4.5 MPH, or 7.2 KPH). For these speeds, the use of a heart rate chest strap is recommended. T HE O PTIONAL H EART R ATE C HEST S TRAP The Life Fitness Treadmill is equipped with Polar® telemetry, a heart rate monitoring system in which electrodes, pressed against the skin, transfer heart rate signals to the treadmill console. These electrodes are attached to a chest strap that the user wears during the workout. The chest strap is optional. To order it, call Life Fitness Customer Support Services at 1-800- 351-3737. See the diagram below for correct positioning of the strap. The electrodes (A), which are the two grooved surfaces on the underside of the strap, must remain wet to transmit accurately the electrical impulses of the heart back to the receiv- er. Moisten the electrodes. Then, secure the strap as high under the chest muscles as possible. The strap should be snug, but comfortable enough to allow for normal breathing. The transmitter strap delivers an optimal heart rate reading when the electrodes are in direct contact with bare skin. However, it functions properly through a thin layer of wet clothing. If it becomes necessary to re-moisten the chest strap electrodes, grasp the center of the strap, pull it away from the chest to expose the two electrodes, and re-moisten them. During the setup of a heart rate zone training workout, the user will be required to enter a start-up speed. If a heart rate chest strap is not detected, the maximum allowable speed is 4.5 mph. If a heart rate chest strap is detected, the maxi- mum speed is 14 mph. A A

41. 5.3 C ONFIGURATION S ETTINGS M ANAGER ’ S C ONFIGURATION 1 SETTING DEFAULT DESCRIPTION LANGUAGE ENGLISH The language of the Message Center display. Choices include English, German, French, Italian, Japanese, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, Korean, Russian, Turkish, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese. ENGLISH/METRIC UNITS ENGLISH The measurement unit type for weight, distance, and speed. MAXIMUM SPEED 14.0 (MPH) for 95Ti This is the fastest speed at which the treadmill can operate. MINIMUM SPEED 0.5 (MPH) This is the slowest speed at which the treadmill can operate. WORKOUT DURATION 60 MINUTES This feature enables fitness club managers to set workout duration limits during peak and non- peak hours of club traffic. If the setup is off, no duration limits are set. See the topic Section 5.1, Workout Duration Configuration. The allowed range is 1 to 99 minutes. STANDBY CONFIGURATION Enabled Inactivity Timer: Enables the LCD screen backlight to be turned off due to inactivity. See Section 5.1, Standby Configuration. M ANAGER ’ S C ONFIGURATION 2 SETTING DEFAULT DESCRIPTION DISTANCE CLIMBED DISPLAY OFF The total distance climbed, based on the incline and speed of the treadmill. FIT TESTS OFF Turning Fit Tests off only allows access to the Life Fitness Fit Test. Turning this feature on accesses the other 6 military fitness tests. SYSTEM BEEPS ON Enable/Disable System Beeps. PAUSE TIME 1 (minute) The amount of time the unit can be inactive before it reverts back to the Home Screen. The allowed range is 1 to 99 minutes. MAXIMUM % INCLINE 15.0 This option changes the maximum incline grade to a value lower than 15 percent. MARATHON MODE DISABLED Enable/Disable Marathon Mode. TELEMETRY ENABLED Switching on the telemetry feature makes it possible to use the Polar®-compatible Heart Rate Zone Training exercise chest strap for monitoring the heart rate. ACCELERATION RATE 3 The rate at which the treadmill accelerates to the selected speed, ranging from 1 (slowest) to 5 (fastest). CUSTOM MESSAGE SETUP ENABLED See Using the Custom Message Setup in this section. CREATE YOUR OWN ENABLED This feature allows the manager to enable or disable the Create Your Own Workout feature. STRIDE SENSOR ON This feature automatically pauses the workout if the user steps off the belt. PROGRAM TIMEOUT 60 Seconds The amount of time the user can go without touching the Touchscreen during workout setup, before the unit returns to the Home Screen. The allowed range is 20 to 255 seconds. DECELERATION RATE 3 The rate at which the treadmill decelerates to the selected speed, ranging from 1 (slowest) to 5 (fastest). BELT NOTIFICATION ICON OFF IF ENABLED, This option will alert a fitness club manager if a belt notification exists. 39

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27. 25 Fit Tests Military Advanced Create Your Own / Custom Sport Training Life Fitness Fit Test Gerkin PEB Army PFT Navy PRT Air Force PRT Marines PFT Sport Training 5K Sport Training 10K Speed Training Speed Interval CYO - Speed Interval CYO - Heart Rate Interval Custom - Speed Interval Custom - Heart Rate Interval Custom 1 Custom 2 Custom 3 Custom 4 Custom 1 Custom 2 Custom 3 Custom 4

15. 13 Users can access the following iPod options: iPod CONTROLS: If detected, use to access iPod data. Use the controls next to the menu item to navigate cate- gories, songs, movies, etc. Press SELECT to accept the highlighted list item. HIDE PLAYLIST: Press this button to hide the iPod playlist to view the workout profile. Hiding the playlist does not turn off the iPod. Additional information appearing in the Workout Progress Screen for different workouts: ENTER WEIGHT: Appears in the Quick Start workout. Choose ENTER WEIGHT FOR ACCURATE CALORIES so Calories Burned/Calories per Hour can be computed and displayed as workout statistics. TIME IN ZONE: Displays the accumulated time that the heart rate stays within the selected target zone for a Heart Rate Zone Training workout. See Section 3, Heart Rate Zone Training Exercise , for more information. SPEED INTERVAL: (Speed Interval workout only.) Allows the user to toggle between a jog and a run speed. See Section 4.3, Workout Descriptions, Sport Training, Speed Interval. PACE DISPLAY: Allows the user to track whether his or her pace is ahead, behind or on target with his or her desired pace.

32. 30 The computer will not accept: • heart rates less than 52 or greater than 200 beats per minute • body weights less than 75 pounds (34 kg) or greater than 400 pounds (181 kg) • ages below 10 or over 99 years • data input that exceeds human potential If an error is made when entering any Fit Test data, correct it by pressing CLEAR, inputting the correct information, and pressing ENTER. It is important to take the Fit Test under similar circumstances each time. Heart rate is dependent on many factors, including: • amount of sleep the previous night (at least seven hours is recommended) • time of day • time of last meal (two to four hours after the last meal is recommended) • time since last beverage containing caffeine or alcohol, or cigarette (at least four hours is recommended) • time since last exercised (at least six hours is recommended) For the most accurate Fit Test results, perform the Fit Test on three consecutive days and average the three scores. NOTE: To receive a proper Fit Test score, the work done must be within a training heart rate zone that is 60 percent to 85 percent of the theoretical maximum heart rate (HRmax). This rate is defined by the American College of Sports Medicine's "Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription" as equal to 220 minus an individual's age. The tables below list fit test results. R ELATIVE F ITNESS C LASSIFICATION FOR M EN Men Estimated VO2 Max (ml/kg/min) Per Age Category Rating 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60+ E LITE 52+ 51+ 48+ 45+ 42+ Excellent 50-51 48-50 46-47 42-44 39-41 Very Good 47-49 45-47 43-45 40-41 36-38 Above Average 44-46 42-44 40-42 37-39 33-35 A VERAGE 41-43 39-41 37-39 34-36 30-32 Below Average 38-40 36-38 34-36 31-33 27-29 Low 35-37 33-35 31-33 28-30 24-26 Very Low <35 <33 <31 <28 <24

56. 11 S TRIDE S ENSOR A UTO -S HUTOFF S YSTEM The Stride Sensor auto-shutoff system detects whether a user is on the belt/deck. If the user leaves the belt/deck during a workout, the system is triggered and the following message is displayed, "User not detected on belt - press “OK” to continue workout." If the user presses “OK” during this message the workout will continue without interruption. If the user does not press “OK” another message will be displayed, "User not detected on belt; RESUME WORKOUT / EXIT WORKOUT". At this point power to the belt will shut off as the treadmill enters Pause mode. If the user presses RESUME WORKOUT during the second message the workout will be resumed. If the user does not press RESUME WORKOUT, the treadmill will continue in Pause mode and eventually end the workout. This feature can be disabled in the Manager's Configuration. C ABLE TV H OOK -U P Note to the CATV Installer: This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that provides guide- lines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building as close to the point of cable entry as practical. NOTE: The TV aspect of the 15” LCD Console (95 Te) can only receive an analog signal. Digital cable must be external- ly converted to an analog signal. Life Fitness is not responsible for the installation of CATV service or components required for the delivery of CATV service. An external TV signal input via 75-ohm coaxial cable must be present before TV setup can occur. .

65. 20 3 S PECIFICATIONS 3.1 L IFE F ITNESS 95T T READMILL B ASE S PECIFICATIONS Designed use: Heavy/Commercial Maximum user weight: 400 pounds / 181 kilograms Speed range: 0.5 - 14.0 MPH (0.8 - 23 KPH) in 0.1 increments Elevation range: 0%-15% (in 0.1% increments) Drive train: AC motor with MagnaDrive™ motor controller Motor type: Variable Speed AC Motor size: 4.0 HP continuous duty Power requirements: Dedicated 120 volt, 20 amp (U.S.). See Electrical Requirements for requirements outside the United States. Rollers: 3.5 inch (9 centimeter) diameter, precision-crowned, front and back Striding Belt: 60" Length x 22" Width (152 cm Length x 55 cm Width) Waxing system: Lubricant-Infused Striding Belt Deck type: 3/4" medium density reversible fiberboard Shock Absorption System: Patented FlexDeck ® Shock Absorption System with Lifesprings TM Ergo TM Front Handrail: Ergonomically shaped, overmolded elastomeric grips Side handrails: 26" x 5” (66 cm x 12.7) long, flared, cantilevered, overmolded elastomeric grips Stop systems: Red and Yellow magnetic lanyard emergency stop system, Stride Sensor, and Session Stop Push Switch raised and prominently positioned Heart rate monitoring systems: Patented Lifepulse™ digital contact heart rate and Polar ® telemetry compatible heart rate monitoring system Ports (1): Type RJ45 Network ready connection CATV (1): F-type connector PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS: Base Only Console Only - 95Ti Console Only - 95Te Length: 83 inches / 211 centimeters Length: 25.5 inches / 64.7 centimeters Length: 25.5 inches / 64.7 centimeters Width: 37 inches / 94 centimeters Width: 3.75 inches / 9.5 centimeters Width: 3.75 inches / 9.5 centimeters Height: 56.5 inches / 144 centimeters Height: 15.25 inches / 38.7 centimeters Height: 15.25 inches / 38.7 centimeters Weight: 453 pounds / 204 kilograms Weight: 10 pounds / 4.5 kilograms Weight: 14.2 pounds / 6.4 kilograms Step-Up Height: 13 inches / 33 centimeters SHIPPING DIMENSIONS: Base Only Console Only - 95 Ti Console Only - 95 Te Length: 86.5 inches / 220 centimeters Length: 18.5 inches / 46.9 centimeters Length: 18.5 inches / 46.9 centimeters Width: 43.5 inches / 110 centimeters Width: 7.25 inches / 18.4 centimeters Width: 7.25 inches / 18.4 centimeters Height: 23.5 inches / 60 centimeters Height: 29.25 inches / 74.3 centimeters Height: 29.25 inches / 74.3 centimeters Weight:: 510 pounds / 231 kilograms Weight: 12.2 pounds / 5.5 kilograms Weight: 14.2 pounds / 6.4 kilograms

54. 9 1.2 S ETUP Read the Operation Manual before setting up the Life Fitness Treadmill. Place the treadmill where it will be used before begin- ning the setup procedure. E LECTRICAL P OWER R EQUIREMENTS The Life Fitness Treadmill requires a dedicated* line according to the elec- trical configurations listed in the chart below. * One individual branch circuit for each treadmill per NEC article 210-21 (b) (1) and 210- 23 (or other appropriate, country specific electrical compliance guidelines). The hot, neu- tral and ground wires must each be routed independently (not looped or tied to other cir- cuits.)". NOTE: Do not modify the plug provided with this product. If the plug does not fit into an available electrical outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician. G ROUNDING I NSTRUCTIONS This Life Fitness product must be properly grounded. If the unit malfunctions or breaks down, proper grounding provides a path of least resistance for the electric current, which reduces the risk of shock to anyone touching or using the equipment. Each unit is equipped with an electrical cord, which includes an equipment grounding conductor and a grounding plug. The plug must be inserted into an outlet that has been properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordi- nances. A temporary adapter MUST NOT BE USED to connect this plug to a two-pole receptacle in North America. If a properly grounded, 20-amp outlet is not available, one must be installed by a qualified electrician. Models drawing 16 amps or more must be installed on a dedicated line. IL EST ABSOLUMENT INTERDIT d'employer un adaptateur temporaire pour brancher cette fiche sur une prise bipolaire en Amérique du Nord. Si aucune prise de 20 A correctement mise à la terre n'est disponible, en faire installer une par un électricien qualifié. Les modèles utilisant 16 A ou plus doivent être branchés sur un circuit spécialisé. DANGER: A risk of electrical shock may result from improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor. Check with a qualified electrician if in doubt as to proper grounding technique. DO NOT modify the plug provided with the product. If it will not fit an electrical outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician. Any modification to the electrical plug will result in a voided warranty. DANGER: Un branchement incorrect du conducteur de mise à la terre peut entraîner des risques de décharge électrique. Consulter un électricien si des doutes subsistent quant à la technique de mise à la terre. NE PAS MODIFIER la fiche fournie avec l'appareil. Si elle ne s'adapte pas à une prise, faire installer une prise correcte par un électricien qualifié. Toute modification à la fiche annule la garantie.

59. 14 2.2 P REVENTIVE M AINTENANCE S CHEDULE Follow the schedule below to ensure proper operation of the product. ITEM WEEKLY MONTHLY QUARTERLY BI-ANNUAL ANNUAL DISPLAY CONSOLE / ACTIVITY ZONE ASSEMBLY Hardware Inspect Console and Clean Inspect Activity Zone Overlay iPod Connector/Cable Clean/Inspect USB Port Inspect Accessory Cups Clean Inspect Emergency Clean/Inspect Switch/Magnet HANDLEBAR ASSEMBLY Hardware Inspect ErgoTM Front Handlebar Clean Inspect Side Hand Rails Clean Inspect Lifepulse Sensors Clean/Inspect FRAME ASSEMBLY Hardware Inspect Motor Cover Clean Motor Electronic Vacuum Clean Inspect Compartment Drive Belt Inspect Leg Levelers Inspect/Adjust Front Roller Inspect Rear Roller Inspect Side Step Area Clean Inspect GENERAL Machine Level *Inspect Striding Belt Inspect Centered Frame, Toe Guards, Visual Inspect Endcaps *Use leveler to inspect

35. 33 W ORKOUT L ANDSCAPE ™ P ERSPECTIVES Workout Landscapes provide users with three additional ways to visualize progress through a workout. Users can switch views by pressing the CHANGE VIEW key while in the Workout Progress Screen or by pressing the correspond- ing illuminated key on the Control Panel. 1) 400-M ETER T RACK (D EFAULT ) The 400-Meter Track appears whenever a workout begins. This Landscape shows the current workout as an indicator line that traces a path around a 400-meter track, marking off 100-meter intervals. Every time the user travels 400 meters, taking the indicator line all the way around the track, the lap counter in the lower left of the profile screen increases by one and the indica- tor line starts over at the beginning of the track. To return to the 400-Meter Track after selecting a Workout Landscape, touch the CHANGE VIEW button on the Workout Progress Screen and select 400-Meter Track. 2) C LASSIC P ROFILE Switch to the Classic Profile by touching the CHANGE VIEW button on the Workout Progress screen and selecting Classic Profile. This view shows the level of intensity in a workout-in-progress as proportional columns. The height of the column furthest to the left is proportional to the current level of intensity. 3) M OUNTAIN Switch to the Mountain Landscape by touching the CHANGE VIEW button on the Workout Progress Screen and selecting Mountain Landscape. This Landscape shows the current workout as an indicator line that traces a path up the face of a 2,000 foot / 610 meter high mountain. Every time the user climbs the equivalent of 2,000 feet / 610 meters, taking the indicator line to the top of the mountain, the mountain counter in the lower left of the profile screen increases by one and the indicator line starts over at the base of the mountain. 4) 5K N ATURE T RAIL Switch to the 5K Nature Trail Landscape by touching the CHANGE VIEW but- ton on the Workout Progress Screen and selecting 5K Nature Trail. This Landscape shows the current workout as an indicator line that traces a path around a 5-kilometer trail, marking off 1-kilometer intervals. Every time the user travels 5 kilometers, taking the indicator line all the way around the trail, the lap counter in the lower left of the profile screen increases by one and the indicator line starts over at the beginning of the trail.

37. 35 I P OD C OMPATIBILITY This compatibility makes it possible for iPod users to plug in and charge their iPods and iPod nanos, control their iPod playlists from the console and watch iPod-delivered video on the optional Life Fitness Attachable TV. Users can plug their headphones directly into the equipment console or their iPod while safely storing their player in the iPod holding tray. V IRTUAL T RAINER Life Fitness recognized the growing need to provide ongoing workout support for a broader range of exercisers. The 95 Series Treadmills provide exercisers with a unique tool at their fingertips - the Life Fitness Virtual Trainer - to motivate and educate over the duration of their workout. Created for beginners as well as the frequent fitness equipment user, the Virtual Trainer takes the intimidation out of beginning a new workout and provides ongoing encouragement. With the push of a button, a male or female face appears on the integrated LCD screen and advises the user on every aspect of the workout, from describing workout programs to updates on workout statistics including distance, calories and time. After selecting the desired Virtual Trainer, the Select Workout screen will appear and the user will be taken through the steps in Section 4.22. USB C ONNECTIVITY Users can create and save workouts and personal settings, such as weight, goals and speed on any USB stick so that they don’t have to enter the data again the next time they work out. This feature also enables users to track workout perfor- mance by allowing them to save their workout results to the USB stick at the end of the workout. Z OOM F EATURE Ability to enlarge the speed, incline and time displays and enables easier workout data viewing. M EDIA C ENTER Two entertainment options are available through the Media Center: Life Fitness Attachable Television and iPod. Users can control the channels and volume on the Life Fitness Attachable TV as well as access iPod data.

60. 2.3 T ROUBLESHOOTING THE T READMILL 15 Malfunction No Power Probable Cause On/Off switch. Insufficient power source. Damaged line cord. Line cord improperly seated in socket. Corrective Action Turn the switch to the ON position. Plug treadmill into a dedicated 20 amp circuit. Refer to the Operations Manual. Using a voltmeter, verify power at outlet. If no power exists, reset cir- cuit breaker at panel. Replace line cord. Contact Life Fitness Customer Support Services*. Inspect power connection at wall outlet and at machine for proper contact. * See Section 2.7, How to Obtain Product Service, for contact information.

61. Malfunction Striding Belt slips off-center Maximum speed is reduced Rubbing sound from underneath machine Display does not illuminate when machine is powered on Probable Cause Uneven floor surface. User is pushing striding belt. This occurs when the runner is running faster than the striding belt will travel, with the result of the striding belt being pushed with the runner’s feet. User is stalling striding belt. This will occur with heavier users at lower striding belt speeds. The striding belt will “stall” if the user is traveling slower than the striding belt speed. Striding belt/deck malfunction. The deck laminate worn through or the underside of striding belt glazed over (hard, glossy). Insufficient power source. Foreign objects may be stuck underneath the machine. Insufficient power source. Loose 10 pin connection at display console or DSP Motor Control Board. to wire. Loose 28 pin connector at display console. 10 pin to 10 pin under console bridge. Corrective Action Check levelers and level treadmill. Check striding belt & re-tension as neces- sary. Refer to Section 2.5 “How to Adjust and Tension the Striding Belt.” Instruct users not to push striding belt in either direction. Replace belt and deck. Plug treadmill into a dedicated 20 amp. cir- cuit. Inspect underneath striding belt and machine. Remove any debris or objects that may cause interference with the tread- mill. Plug treadmill into a dedicated 20 amp cir- cuit. Check all electrical connections for proper attachment. Contact Life Fitness Customer Support Services*. Contact Life Fitness Customer Support Services*. Contact Life Fitness Customer Support Services*. T ROUBLESHOOTING THE T READMILL (C ONTINUED ) 16 * See Section 2.7, How to Obtain Product Service, for contact information.

62. 17 T ROUBLESHOOTING THE T READMILL (C ONTINUED ) Malfunction Unit resets randomly or pauses Probable Cause Insufficient power source. Damaged ground prong on line cord. Line cord improperly seated in electri- cal outlet. Emergency stop magnet not engaged. Activity Zone membrane switch Pinched main wire harness. Open ground path. Inspect Stride Sensor system. Corrective Action Plug treadmill into a dedicated 20 amp circuit. (U.S. only) Replace line cord. Inspect power connection at electrical outlet and at machine for proper con- tact. Re-engage the emergency stop mag- net. Contact Life Fitness Customer Support Services* Contact Life Fitness Customer Support Services*. Contact Life Fitness Customer Support Services*. Contact Life Fitness Customer Support Services*. * See Section 2.7, How to Obtain Product Service, for contact information.

16. 14 A CTIVITY Z ONE The Ergo TM bar includes an Activity Zone which allows the user to quickly adjust the incline and speed during a workout. The Activity Zone also includes a QUICK START button, WALK, JOG and RUN preset buttons, and a STOP button. A3. INCLINE ARROW KEYS: Press these keys to increase or decrease the incline of the treadmill. B3 . SPEED ARROW KEYS: Press these keys to increase or decrease the speed of the striding belt. C3. WALK, JOG, and RUN preset buttons: Press these buttons to preset a walk (2 mph), jog (4 mph), or run (6 mph) pace. D3. QUICK START: Press this key to begin a manual workout immediately without having to select a workout program. Once the workout begins, use the ARROW KEYS to change the intensity level. The Life Fitness Treadmill is equipped with a manual emergency stop system. Use either of the two features described below to stop the treadmill immediately. E3 . A STOP button is located on the top of the ACTIVITY ZONE. Press the button to stop the striding belt and end the current workout. A STOP magnet is located on the bottom of the ACTIVITY ZONE. A cord with a clip is attached to this magnet. Before starting a workout, attach the clip to clothing. To stop the striding belt on the treadmill, pull the cord, removing the mag- net from the ACTIVITY ZONE. Replace the magnet to reset the system.

38. 5 S YSTEM O PTIONS M ENU 5.1 U SING THE S YSTEM O PTIONS M ENU Fitness club managers and other authorized personnel can use the Systems Options feature to change default settings, or to enable or disable certain programs or displays on the treadmill console, and to run systems checks. To enter the Systems Options, press SELECT WORKOUT and then touch the Life Fitness logo in the upper right hand corner of the screen three consecutive times. S YSTEM O PTIONS O VERVIEW S YSTEM T EST Allows technicians to run systems diagnostics. NOTE : These tests should only be used by (or with the express instruction of) a trained Life Fitness service technician. SYSTEM TEST MENU 1 SYSTEM TEST MENU 2 System Comm Test Stride Sensor Test Motor Modules EEPROM Test Key Pad Test CSafe Network Test Heart Rate Test CSafe Loopback Test iPod Test Test Engineering I NFORMATION System usage statistics on main motor. Allows authorized personnel to access statistics on machine usage (Statistics and Usage Log). All other information is designed for use by trained Life Fitness service technicians. Statistics Date and TIme Information Software Versions System Errors Main Motor Information Maintenance Information Lift Motor Information Usage Log Belt/Deck Information C ONFIGURATION Allows access to all of the configurable settings of the unit. Configurations which should only be changed by qualified technicians are password protected. Manager Create Your Own Manufacturer (password protected) Export/Import Settings Clock M AINTENANCE Allows service technicians to submit part replacements. Only for use by qualified service technicians. Replacing Belt and Deck Replacing Stop Switch Replacing Console Replacing Overlay Bezel Replacing Motor Controller Replacing Main Motor Replacing Lift Motor 36

58. 13 2 S ERVICE AND T ECHNICAL D ATA 2.1 P REVENTIVE M AINTENANCE T IPS The Life Fitness Treadmill is backed by the engineering excellence and reliability of Life Fitness and is one of the most rugged and trouble-free pieces of exercise equipment on the market today. Commercial Life Fitness Treadmills are among the most popular of aerobic trainers, regularly standing up to marathon use - 18 hours a day, seven days a week - in health clubs, colleges and military facilities the world over. NOTE: Safety of the equipment can be maintained only if the equipment is examined regularly for damage or wear. Keep the equipment out of use until defective parts are repaired or replaced. Pay special attention to parts that are sub- ject to wear, as outlined below. REMARQUE : pour conserver un matériel sûr, il convient de l'inspecter régulièrement afin de déceler tout signe d'usure ou d'endommagement. N'utilisez pas l'appareil tant que les pièces défectueuses n'ont pas été réparées ou remplacées. Portez une attention toute particulière aux pièces qui s'usent, comme indiqué ci-dessous. The following preventive maintenance tips will keep the Life Fitness Treadmill operating at peak performance: • Clean the display console and all exterior surfaces regularly with mild soap and water or a mild household clean- er. Use only a soft cotton cloth. Apply cleaner to the cotton cloth and before cleaning. • DO NOT use ammonia or acid based cleaners. DO NOT use abrasive cleaners. DO NOT use paper towels, DO NOT apply cleaners directly to equipment surfaces.* • Check operation of the emergency stop system once a week. • Check the operation of the stop button and stop magnet once a week. • Inspect and vacuum the area directly surrounding and under the unit regularly. • Vacuum around the striding belt regularly to keep debris from accumulating. • Inspect exterior parts regularly for wear, particularly the striding belt, deck and line cord. • Check to make sure the unit is properly leveled. • Check the position (centering) of the striding belt. The optimum operating position of the striding belt is from 0.75 inches (19.05 mm) to 1.25 inches (31.75 mm) from either side of the frame. If the striding belt travels beyond this position, see Section 2.5, titled How to Adjust and Tension the Striding Belt , or contact Life Fitness Customer Support Services, for proper alignment instructions, 1-800-351-3737 (USA). *NOTE: When cleaning the exterior of the unit, a non-abrasive cleaner and soft cotton cloth are strongly recommended. At no time should cleaner be applied directly to any part of the equipment; use non-abrasive cleaner on a soft cloth and then wipe the unit. Contact Life Fitness Customer Support Services for more details (See Section 2.7 titled, How to Obtain Product Service ).

50. 1 G ETTING S TARTED 1.1 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read all instructions before using the treadmill. • DANGER: Risk of injury to persons–To avoid injury, stand on the siderails before starting treadmill. • DANGER: To reduce the risk of electrical shock, always unplug this Life Fitness product before cleaning or attempting any maintenance activity. • DANGER: To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury, it is imperative to connect each product to a properly grounded electrical outlet. • WARNING: Keep the area six feet (two meters) by three feet (one meter) behind the treadmill clear of any obstructions, including walls, furniture, and other equipment. • WARNING: Be sure the emergency stop lanyard is clipped to the user and in proper position on the tread- mill before beginning any workout. • To disconnect, turn power OFF at the ON/OFF switch, then remove plug from electrical outlet. • Never operate a Life Fitness product if it has a damaged power cord or electrical plug, or if it has been dropped, damaged, or even partially immersed in water. Contact Life Fitness Customer Support Services. • Keep the power cord away from heated surfaces. Do not pull the equipment by the power cord or use the cord as a handle. Do not run the power cord on the floor along the side of the treadmill. Refer to Section 1.2 for proper power cord routing. • If the electrical supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, an authorized service agent, or a similarly qualified person to avoid a hazard. L OCATION • Position this product so that the power cord plug is accessible to the user. • Never operate a Life Fitness product with the air openings blocked. Keep air openings free of lint, hair, or any obstructing material. • Do not use this product in areas where aerosol spray products are being used or where oxygen is being adminis- tered. Such substances create the danger of combustion and explosion. • Close supervision is necessary when used near children, invalids or disabled persons. • Do not use this product outdoors, near swimming pools or in areas of high humidity. • Use this appliance only for its intended use as described in this manual. Do not use attachments that have not been recommended by the manufacturer. 5

52. 1 D ÉMARRAGE 1.1 CONSIGNES DE SÉCURITÉ IMPORTANTES Lire toutes les instructions avant d'utiliser le tapis roulant. • DANGER: Risque de blessures - Afin d'éviter tout risque de blessure, se tenir debout sur les rails latéraux avant de démarrer l'appareil. • DANGER: Pour réduire les risques de décharge électrique, toujours débrancher cet appareil Life Fitness avant le net- toyage ou toute mesure d'entretien. • DANGER: Pour réduire les risques de brûlures, d'incendies, de décharges électriques ou de blessures, chaque appareil doit absolument être branché sur une prise électrique correctement mise à la terre. • AVERTISSEMENT: Conserver une zone de 2 m sur 1 m libre de toute obstruction derrière le tapis roulant (aucun mur, meuble ou autre appareil) . • AVERTISSEMENT: S'assurer que la dragonne d'arrêt d'urgence est attachée à l'utilisateur et fixée adéquate- ment au tapis roulant avant de commercer un exercice. • Pour débrancher, mettre l'appareil hors tension au niveau de l'interrupteur d'alimentation, puis retirer la fiche de la prise élec- trique. • Ne jamais faire fonctionner un produit Life Fitness dont la fiche ou le cordon d'alimentation est endommagé, ni aucun appareil qui serait tombé ou aurait été endommagé ou même partiellement plongé dans l'eau. Appeler le service clientèle de Life Fitness. • Tenir le cordon d'alimentation à l'écart de toute surface chauffée. Ne pas tirer l'appareil par le cordon d'alimentation; ne p as utilis- er le cordon comme poignée. Ne pas faire passer le cordon sur le sol, sous le tapis roulant, ni le long de l'appareil. Se repor ter à la section 1.2 pour la disposition adéquate du cordon d'alimentation. • Si le cordon d'alimentation électrique est endommagé, il doit être remplacé par le fabricant, par un réparateur agréé ou par u ne personne qualifiée afin d'éviter tout danger. E NDROIT • Placer ce produit de manière à ce que l'utilisateur puisse accéder à la fiche du cordon d'alimentation. • Ne jamais faire fonctionner d'appareil Life Fitness dont les orifices d'aération seraient bloqués. Les garder exempts de peluc hes, de cheveux ou de toute obstruction. • Ne pas utiliser ce produit dans des salles où des vaporisateurs aérosols sont employés ou bien où de l'oxygène est administré. Ces substances créent des risques de combustion et d'explosion. • Une surveillance étroite est nécessaire si l'appareil est utilisé près d'enfants ou de personnes invalides ou handicapées. • Ne pas utiliser ce produit à l'extérieur, près d'une piscine ou dans des endroits très humides. • Cet appareil ne doit être employé que pour l'usage auquel il est destiné, conformément aux directives du manuel. Ne pas utili ser d'accessoires qui ne sont pas recommandés par le fabricant. • Les instructions de la console doivent toujours être suivies pour obtenir un fonctionnement correct. • Ne jamais rien insérer dans les ouvertures de cet appareil. Si un objet tombe à l'intérieur de l'appareil, couper l'alimentati on élec- trique, débrancher le cordon de la prise et le récupérer avec précaution. S'il est impossible de l'atteindre, communiquer avec le service à la clientèle de Life Fitness. • Ne pas placer les mains sous l'appareil ou dans l'appareil, et ne pas le renverser sur le côté pendant le fonctionnement. • Ne pas utiliser cet appareil pieds nus. Toujours porter des chaussures. Porter des chaussures avec des semelles en caoutchouc ou offrant une très bonne adhérence. Ne pas utiliser de chaussures à talons, à semelles en cuir ou munies de crampons. S'assurer qu'aucun caillou n'est incrusté dans les semelles. 7

8. 6 2 T HE D ISPLAY C ONSOLE AND A CTIVITY Z ONE 2.1 D ISPLAY C ONSOLE AND A CTIVITY Z ONE O VERVIEW The computerized display console on the treadmill allows the user to tailor a workout to personal fitness abilities and goals and to monitor progress. With this easy-to-use console, the user can track fitness improvement from one workout to the next. a. Touchscreen Display: The Touchscreen Display (the LCD screen) allows the user to choose, set up, and monitor a workout. b. Activity Zone: The Activity Zone allows the user to quickly adjust the incline and speed during a workout using the UP and DOWN arrows. The Activity Zone also includes a QUICK START button, and WALK, JOG, and RUN preset but- tons. A STOP button is located on top of the Activity Zone. A STOP magnet is located on the bottom of the Activity Zone. c. Options Panel: The Options Panel allows the user to plug in headphones, iPod®, or USB stick. d. Control Panel: The Control Panel allows the user to control workout and media parameters without leaving the Workout Progress screen by pressing illuminated keys. e. Data Display: The Data Display allows the user to view distance, heart rate, and calories burned during the workout.

18. 3 H EART R ATE Z ONE T RAINING E XERCISE 3.1 W HY H EART R ATE Z ONE T RAINING E XERCISE ? Research shows that maintaining a specific heart rate while exercising is the optimal way to monitor the intensity of a workout and to achieve maximum results. That is the idea behind the Life Fitness Heart Rate Zone Training approach to exercise. Zone Training identifies an exerciser's ideal heart rate range, or zone, for burning fat or increasing cardiovascular fit- ness. The zone is a percentage of the theoretical maximum † (HRmax), and its value depends on the workout. The Life Fitness Treadmill features five exclusive workouts designed to take full advantage of the benefits of Heart Rate Zone Training exercise: • FAT BURN • HEART RATE HILL • EXTREME HEART RATE • CARDIO • HEART RATE INTERVAL Each workout offers different benefits, as discussed in Section 4, The Workouts . NOTE: Consulting a fitness trainer is recommended for defining specific fitness goals and designing a workout program . The Heart Rate Zone Training workout programs measure heart rate. Wear the optional telemetry chest strap, or grip the Lifepulse sensors, to enable the treadmill’s on-board computer to monitor the heart rate during a workout. The computer automatically adjusts the incline level to main- tain the target heart rate* based on the actual heart rate. To change the target heart rate during a workout, simply enter a new target heart rate by typing in the desired number on the numeric keypad or by pressing the Heart Rate button on the Touchscreen. To switch between programs during a workout, use the CHANGE WORKOUT button. † Defined by the American College of Sports Medicine's "Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription" as equal to 220 minus a n individual’s age. 16 * Target Heart Rate (THR) is a percentage of the theoretical maximum. For example, a 40-year-old user's THR for the FAT BURN workout is 117. This workout targets 65 percent of the maximum, so the equation would be (220-40)*.65=117.

57. P OWER C ORD R OUTING WARNING: Make sure the power cord is unplugged before attempting to route it around or through the treadmill. The POWER CORD (A) can be run to the user-front left or right sides. Excess POWER CORD can be bundled and tied to the pre-installed CLIPS (B) located under the front of the treadmill. The POWER CORD (A) can be run to the rear of the treadmill through the LEFT SIDERAIL (C). The POWER CORD should run under the LEFT UPRIGHT COVER and into the internal channel of the LEFT SIDERAIL as shown. NOTE: To accommodate treadmill incline, at least two feet (24”) of POWER CORD is required between the outlet and the last power cord CLIP (B) for outlets in front of the treadmill. WARNING: Make sure that there is a 6-foot clearance behind the treadmill. Contact Life Fitness Customer Service for an optional longer power cord if necessary . DANGER: Insure that the power cord (A) does not contact the striding belt or get pinched between the frame (D), lift arm (E) or under the wheels (F); failure to follow this warning may result in serious injury. AVERTISSEMENT: S'assurer que le cordon d'alimentation n'entre pas en contact avec le tapis et ne soit pas pincé entre le cadre, le bras de levage ou la roue. Le non-respect de cet avertissement peut provoquer de graves blessures. 12

23. 21 The Pace Goal feature is designed to allow the user to set the pace of a workout. The user sets a pace goal during the workout setup. Once the goal is met, the workout automatically goes into a cool down phase and ends afterward. A pace readout is displayed at the left of the screen showing numeric feedback regarding the user’s progress relating to the selected pace. To use this feature: 1. Select a workout. 2. In the Goal Time setup screen, choose MORE, select PACE, enter the desired pace goal, and select ENTER. 3. For Units, choose either ENGLISH (to set a p ace speed in miles/time) or METRIC (to set a pace speed in kilometers/time). 4. Enter the distance and time of the workout. 5. The console will calculate the pace the user must maintain to finish the workout in the desired time. 6. Select ENTER to approve the displayed pace or reenter the chosen time and distance. 7. Begin the workout. The Distance Climbed Goal feature is designed to allow the user to set a distance climbed of a workout . The user sets a distance climbed goal during workout setup. Once the goal is met, the workout automatically goes into a cool down phase and ends afterward. To use this feature: 1. Select a workout. 2. In the Goal Time setup screen, choose MORE, select DISTANCE CLIMBED, enter the desired distance climbed goal, and select ENTER. 3. Finish the setup steps for the selected workout. 4. Begin the workout. The Time in Zone Goal program enhances a workout by setting a certain duration within the target heart rate* as a workout goal. The program automatically alters the resistance to maintain a pace that will meet that objective within that duration. Once the objective is met, the workout automatically goes into a cool down phase. To use the Time In Zone Goal feature: 1. Select a workout. 2. In the Goal Time setup screen, choose TIME IN ZONE (some workouts require the user to choose the MORE option first), enter the desired amount of time, and select ENTER. 3. Finish the setup steps for the selected workout. 4. Begin the workout. NOTE: Time in Zone is directly correlated to fitness level. Since the program will continue to increase resistance until the goal is met, it may be wise to start low and work towards a higher goal. Choose COOL DOWN at any time, to exit the workout and immediately enter a cool down phase. For help setting TIME IN ZONE goals, consult a personal trainer. For more information on Heart Rate Zone Training, see Section 3.1, Why Heart Rate Zone Training? I NTENSITY L EVEL The Life Fitness Treadmill provides several different ways to adjust the intensity level of an workout. Press the INCLINE but- ton on the Workout Progress Screen to use the NUMERIC KEYPAD to enter the desired level and the press ENTER. Adjust the level as needed or desired during the workout by pressing the illuminated ARROW KEYS on the Control Panel under the INCLINE button. Intensity level: The Life Fitness Treadmill provides a selection of 20 intensity levels. Each level represents a range of incli ne percentages. (See Section 4.4 Maximizing Workouts on a Life Fitness Treadmill for a chart showing all 20 levels.) The Workout Profile Window displays the levels of intensity in a workout-in-progress as proportional columns. The height of the column furthest to the left is proportional to the current level of intensity. Selecting a low intensity level at first is recom- mended. As physical conditioning improves, the levels can increase. * Target Heart Rate (THR) is a percentage of the theoretical maximum. For example, a 40-year-old user's THR for the FAT BURN workout is 117. This work- out targets 65 percent of the maximum, so the equation would be (220-40)*.65=117

36. 4.4 M AXIMIZING W ORKOUTS ON A L IFE F ITNESS T READMILL S ELECTING A L EVEL The steps for setting up a CLASSIC HILL, CLASSIC RANDOM, HILL +, SPORT TRAINING 5K, and SPORT TRAINING 10K workout include selecting a level. The word “level” refers to a range of incline percentages. The treadmill features 20 levels, with Level 1 having the lowest average incline grade and Level 20 having the highest. LEVEL % Incline LEVEL % Incline 1 0.0 - 1.5 11 2.0 - 8.5 2 0.0 - 2.2 12 3.0 - 9.2 3 0.0 - 2.9 13 3.5 - 9.9 4 0.0 - 3.6 14 5.0 - 10.6 5 0.0 - 4.3 15 5.5 - 11.3 6 0.0 - 5.0 16 6.5 - 12.0 7 0.0 - 5.7 17 7.0 - 12.7 8 0.0 - 6.4 18 8.0 - 13.4 9 0.5 - 7.1 19 8.7 - 14.1 10 1.5 - 7.8 20 9.0 - 15.0 Within each level are seven incline percentages, or hills. During a workout, each hill appears in the CLASSIC PROFILE win- dow as rows of light stacked in a column. The number of lit rows within a column corresponds to an incline percentage. For example, in Level 5, the lowest incline is 0.0 percent and is represented as one lit row. The highest incline, 4.3 percent, is rep- resented by a column with all seven rows lit. In the CLASSIC HILL and CLASSIC RANDOM workouts, these varying hills occur for equal durations, as discussed in the CLASSIC HILL workout description. When the workout program brings up a new hill, the incline percentage changes automatically to match that hill. To change levels during a workout, press the illuminated ARROW KEYS on the Control Panel under the INCLINE button. C OOL D OWN Life Fitness' unique Cool Down Protocol automatically customizes every cool down based on each user's workout perfor- mance. Workout performance factors, such as speed, incline, duration, and heart rate, determine the duration and inten- sity of the cool down. 4.5 A DDITIONAL F EATURES A UDIO C UES Audio Cues alert users to stages of their workout. Note that audio events are disabled while the TV features are in oper- ation. The manager may also disable Audio Cues through the Manager's Configuration screen (See Manager’s Configuration for details). • Startup Sound: Plays when a workout begins, such as when the Quick Start key is pushed or the workout timer starts running on any other workout. • Pause Sound: Plays when a workout is paused and when a paused workout resumes. • Finish Sound: Plays when a workout enters the cool down phase, when a workout is complete, and when the Workout Summary is displayed. • Heartbeat Sound: Plays to prompt the user to grasp the contact heart rate sensors. 34

55. 10 H OW TO P OSITION AND S TABILIZE THE L IFE F ITNESS T READMILL Following all safety instructions in Section 1.1, move the treadmill to the location in which it will be used. See Section 3, titled Specifications, for the dimensions of the product footprint (assembled dimensions.) Allow a distance of eight inches, or 21 centimeters, between the treadmill and other units on either side. Allow a distance of six feet, or two meters, from the rear of the treadmill to any object or surface. After placing the unit where it will be used, check its stability. If there is even a slight rocking motion or the unit is not stable, determine which stabilizing leg is not resting on the floor. To adjust, loosen the JAM NUT (A), and turn the STABI- LIZING LEG (B) until the rocking motion ceases, and both stabilizing legs rest firmly on the floor. Retighten the JAM NUT. NOTE: It is extremely important that the stabilizing leg be correctly adjusted for proper operation. An unbalanced unit may cause striding belt misalignment. A bubble level is recommended to ensure proper leveling. P OWER S WITCH Located on the front panel at the base of the treadmill, the ON/OFF switch has two positions: "I" (one) for ON and "0" (zero) for OFF. C ENTERING THE B ELT After installing and levelling the treadmill, check the belt to ensure that it is tracking properly. First, plug the power cord into an appropriate outlet. See Electrical Power Requirements at the beginning of this section for details. Then, turn the treadmill ON. Have one person stand on the platforms on either side of the treadmill frame. Do not stand on the belt at this time. Press the QUICK START key, and increase the speed to 4.0 miles per hour (MPH), or 6.4 kilometers per hour (KPH), using the SPEED UP arrow. If the striding belt moves to the right while it is running, have a second person turn the right tension bolt a quarter-turn cl ock- wise, and then turn the left tension bolt (A) a quarter-turn counter-clockwise. See the illustration below. This action sets th e striding belt tracking back to center of the roller. If the striding belt moves to the left, turn the left tension bolt a quarter-turn clockwise and then turn the right tension bol t a quar- ter-turn counter-clockwise to start the striding belt tracking back to center of roller. Repeat these adjustments until the striding belt appears centered. Allow the belt to continue running for several minutes to be sure that the tracking is stabilized. NOTE: Do not exceed one full turn of the adjusting screws in either direction. If, after one full turn, the belt does not track properly, contact Customer Support Services. The phone numbers are listed in Section 2.7, titled How to Obtain Product Service .

14. H2 . SPEED: Press this button to increase or decrease the striding belt speed. Use the illuminated ARROW KEYS on the Control Panel directly below SPEED to make changes without leaving the Workout Progress Screen. I2. WORKOUT STATISTICS: Continually updates workout progress by showing Distance, Pace in minutes per mile/kilo- meter, Calories Expended/Calories per Hour, Target Heart Rate (for heart rate programs), Heart Rate (on any work- out if the user is grasping the Lifepulse sensors or wearing a telemetry strap), and Time in Zone (if selected as a workout goal). Cal/Hr has a button above the display which give added functionality. This button can be used to lock the display or to force the display to toggle. To lock the display, (for instance, turn off the toggle so only calories burned is dis- played) simply press the button once while the desired setting is displayed. To toggle press the button twice in suc- cession. J2 . ZOOM: Select this button to view Incline, Time and Speed in a large, easy-to-read display. The workout profile is not viewable while ZOOM mode is active. K2 . TIME DISPLAY/ELAPSED TIME: Select this button to view the time of day, change the length of the workout, or to choose a different view for time. To change workout length, select ELAPSED TIME, use the arrow buttons or the numerical keypad to adjust the time, and then select ENTER. To change the time view, select ELAPSED TIME, choose a different time view (REMAINING TIME or HIDDEN TIME) and press ENTER. To change the length of a workout without leaving the Workout Progress Screen, use the illuminated ARROW KEYS on the Control Panel directly underneath ELAPSED TIME. NOTE: Changing the length of a workout by using the TIME ELAPSED button has no effect on the time elapsed, which is an ongoing measurement of the time already spent in a workout. L2. CHANNEL (ch): Channel icon for the optional Life Fitness Attachable TV and iPod. Press the illuminated ARROW KEYS next to the channel icon (ch) to change channel. M2. VOLUME: Volume icon for the optional Life Fitness TV and iPod. Press the illuminated ARROW KEYS next to this icon to adjust volume. N2. COOL DOWN: Workout programs end automatically in a cool down phase, which lowers the intensity level. In this phase of a workout the body begins to remove lactic acid and other accumulated by-products of exercise, which build up in muscles during a workout and contribute to muscle soreness. Press the COOL DOWN key to enter the cool down stage at any point during the workout. Each workout’s cool down level is automatically adjusted according to the individual user’s performance. (Cool down times are preset in proportion to the duration of a workout.) The cool down time can be changed by using the corresponding arrow keys on the Control Panel. At the end of cool down, a workout summary box appears. O2. PAUSE: Press this key to stop the belt and hold the current workout. A RESUME WORKOUT button and EXIT but- ton appear on the Touchscreen. Continue the workout by selecting RESUME WORKOUT or end the workout by selecting EXIT. P2. MEDIA: Press the MEDIA button to access the following options: Life Fitness Attachable TV and iPod. Users can access the following TV viewing options: CHANNEL CONTROLS: Use the illuminated UP and DOWN ARROW KEYS on the control panel that are next to the channel select icon on the control panel to change channels. NUMERIC KEYPAD: Use to enter a new channel selection. PREVIOUS CHANNEL: Select this button to change the channel to the immediately previous channel viewed. CC (CLOSED CAPTIONING): Press to activate Closed Captioning. SAP (SECONDARY AUDIO PROGRAMMING): Press to activate Secondary Audio Programming. MUTE: Press to silence the audio of the TV. CHANNEL SELECT: Accesses the Channel Select keypad. VOLUME: Use the UP and DOWN ARROW KEYS on the control panel that are next to the volume icon on the con- trol panel to adjust volume. 12

34. 32 At the MESSAGE CENTER prompts, enter the weight, age, gender, and desired speed, using the ARROW KEYS or the NUMERIC KEYPAD. Press ENTER after each entry. Then, begin the workout. To ensure an accurate test score, do not change these entries once the workout begins. For all FITNESS TESTS except GERKIN , after the distance goal is reached, the workout program goes into a cool-down. The duration of this phase depends on the amount of time taken to complete the test. For less than five minutes, the cool- down is one minute. For five to 15 minutes, the cool-down is three minutes. For longer times, the cool-down is five min- utes. The user can abort the Cool Down by pressing the STOP key. After the Cool Down is aborted or completed, the MESSAGE AREA displays the finishing time and a point score for the PEB, Army, Air Force, and Marines tests; or a quali- tative score, such as EXCELLENT, for the Navy test. For the Gerkin test, the time at which the heart rate reached the target heart rate and is maintained for 15 seconds, and a converted VO2 MAX value will be shown in the MESSAGE AREA during the workout summary. S PORT T RAINING SPORT TRAINING (5K) is a distance-goal workout that simulates an actual terrain with varying incline levels. It is designed to assist runners in training for a 5-kilometer, or 3.1-mile, race. SPORT TRAINING (10K) is a distance-goal workout that simulates an actual terrain with varying incline levels. It is designed to assist runners in training for a 10-kilometer, or 6.2-mile, race. SPEED TRAINING is a Hill workout in which the intensity level alternates between high and low levels very quickly to simulate a typical speed-training workout. SPEED INTERVAL allows the user to toggle between user defined jog and run speeds. The user can toggle the speeds at any time during the workout, or adjust the speeds “on the fly.” C REATE Y OUR O WN CREATE YOUR OWN workouts enable the user to design personalized workouts based on SPEED INTERVAL or on HEART RATE INTERVAL. CREATE YOUR OWN WORKOUTS may be disabled through the manager’s configuration screen (See Section 5.2, Configuration Menu, Manager’s Configuration 2, Create Your Own Manager Configuration, for details). Users cannot name and save their workout.

22. 4.2 U SING THE W ORKOUTS Select a workout. See the chart at the beginning of Section 4.3 for an overview of the steps required to set up each work- out. 1) B EGINNING A W ORKOUT There are three ways to being a workout: Quick Start, Select Workout (see Section 4.22) and Virtual Trainer (see Section 4.5). S ELECTING AND U SING Q UICK S TART QUICK START is the fastest way to begin exercising. It bypasses the steps of selecting a specific workout program. On the home screen, press the QUICK START button. The workout begins at an intensity level that remains the same unless manually changed. Choose ENTER WEIGHT FOR ACCURATE CALORIES so that Calories Burned/Calories per Hour can be computed and displayed as workout statistics. 2) S ELECTING A W ORKOUT P ress the SELECT WORKOUT button to begin the workout selection process. The touchscreen will bring up the top level workout categories which include CLASSIC, HEART RATE+, HILL +, and ADVANCED. Each workout button includes a listing of workout programs or an easy to understand description of the workout. Once a workout is selected, the corresponding Workout Setup Screens which include goal type (time, distance, calories, pace, and distance climbed), level, age, weight, distance, speed, incline, and target heart rate* will appear. Press ENTER after each selec- tion to record it. After values are set, the Workout Progress Screen appears and the workout begins. See Section 4.3 for detailed information on available workouts. 3) E NTERING W ORKOUT G OALS S ELECTING A G OAL T YPE Goal Type defaults to TIME (length of workout.) When prompted to enter a Goal Time, use the illuminated ARROW KEYS to increase or decrease the displayed time to the desired value, or key in the desired value with the NUMERIC KEYPAD, and press ENTER. Workouts can be programmed to target advanced goals other than the default time goal: • DISTANCE • CALORIES • PACE • DISTANCE CLIMBED • TIME IN ZONE (for heart rate workouts only) The Distance Goal feature is designed to build endurance. The user sets a distance goal during the workout setup. Once the goal is met, the workout automatically goes into a cool down phase and ends afterward. To use this feature: 1. Select a workout. 2. In the Goal Type setup screen, choose DISTANCE, enter the desired distance goal, and select ENTER. 3. Finish the setup steps for the selected workout. 4. Begin the workout. The Calories Goal feature is designed to promote weight loss and weight control. The user sets a calorie goal during the workout setup. Once the goal is met, the workout automatically goes into a cool down phase and ends afterward. To use this feature: 1. Select a workout. 2. In the Goal Time setup screen, choose CALORIES, enter the desired calorie goal, and select ENTER. 3. Finish the setup steps for the selected workout. 4. Begin the workout. 20 * Target Heart Rate (THR) is a percentage of the theoretical maximum. For example, a 40-year-old user's THR for the FAT BURN workout is 117. This work- out targets 65 percent of the maximum, so the equation would be (220-40)*.65=117

39. 5.2 C ONFIGURATION M ENU M ANAGER Allows the manager to set unit defaults, configure workout duration, set stand by, and program custom messages. Choosing Manager accesses Manager’s Configuration 1 . The forward button on the bottom right of the screen opens Manager’s Configuration 2 . Manager’s Configuration 1 accesses defaults for Language, Units (English or Metric), Maximum and Minimum Speed, Workout Duration Configuration, and Stand By Configuration. Manager’s Configuration 2 accesses defaults for Distance Climbed, Fit Tests, Telemetry, Pause Time, Max % Incline, System Beeps, Stride Sensor, Accel Rate and Decel Rate, Custom Message Setup, Program Timeout, Marathon Mode and Belt Notification Icon. T O S ET D EFAULTS Select appropriate buttons to select toggle settings. Use the arrow keys to modify variable default values. Select DEFAULTS to return all values to original factory settings. See chart 5.3 for an overview of adjustable configurations and factory defaults of the Life Fitness Treadmill. 1) M ANAGER ’ S C ONFIGURATION 1 L ANGUAGE (D EFAULT :E NGLISH ) To enable the Language option, select the Language button to enter the Language Setup screen. Toggle the mode from DISABLED to ENABLED. The following can be configured: 1. Default language 2. Names of the 13 languages available to the user 3. Order of the language flags appearing on the Home Screen 4. Flag choice representing those languages that may have multiple options The available language flags appear on the Home Screen. The user must select a language change before beginning a workout. If more than five languages are configured available, a MORE FLAGS button will appear which will open a lan- guage selection screen for the user. Upon selecting a language flag, the language will immediately become active and the selection screen will close. The following languages are available: English, German, French, Italian, Japanese, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, Korean, Russian, Turkish, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese. U NITS (D EFAULT :E NGLISH ) T oggle the default units displayed between ENGLISH and METRIC. Choose “User Selectable” to allow users to choose desired units on-screen during a workout. W ORKOUT D URATION C ONFIGURATION (D EFAULT : 60 M INUTES ) Workout Duration Configuration: Allows the manager to set a maximum workout limit. The default Max Workout Duration is 60 minutes. The time can be modified using the up or down arrow keys. S TANDBY C ONFIGURATION (D EFAULT :E NABLED ) I nactivity Timer — Under Stand By Configuration choose INACTIVITY TIMER, then select ENABLED. Set the desired amount of time of inactivity before the system automatically turns the LCD screen backlight off. The LCD screen will illu- minate the next time activity is detected. To turn off the Inactivity Timer, choose DISABLED. 2) M ANAGER ’ S C ONFIGURATION 2 A CCELERATION AND D ECELERATION R ATES (D EFAULT :3) These configurations allows for increase or decrease in the amount of time taken to bring the running belt to speed. The rate can be set from 1 to 5 in single digit increments; 1 being the slowest rate (most time taken) and 5 being the fastest rate (sho rt- est time taken). Use the arrow keys to adjust the value. 37

40. C USTOM M ESSAGE (D EFAULT :E NABLED ) This configuration allows for a custom message to be displayed across the Home Screen. Creating/Changing a Custom Message — Upon entering the Custom Message Setup screen, a message can be entered using the on-screen keyboard. Use the Shift button to input special characters and capital letters. The message will scroll across th e top of the screen as the message is being input, giving real-time feedback. Accepting a Custom Message — To accept the Custom Message, simply select the Main Menu button. Erasing a Custom Message — To erase a Custom Message, enter the Custom Message Setup screen. Select the Clear Message button and then select Main Menu. P ROGRAM T IMEOUT (D EFAULT : 60 S ECONDS ) Sets the amount of time the user can go without touching the Touchscreen while setting up their workout, before the console resets back to the Home Screen. Program Timeout can be set from 20 to 255 seconds. The unit default is 60 seconds. C REATE Y OUR O WN M ANAGER C ONFIGURATION (D EFAULT :E NABLED ) The Create Your Own Manager Configuration allows the manager to enable or disable the Create Your Own workout feature. F IT T ESTS (D EFAULT :O FF ) Choose ON to enable the six additional military fit tests. If Fit Tests are OFF, the only fit test that will appear is the Life Fitness Fit Test. M ARATHON M ODE (D EFAULT :D ISABLED ) Marathon Mode has no preset or setable goal. It allows the user to workout indefinitely. If enabled, a workout in Marathon Mode ends only if the user chooses to end it or a stop system is activated. A UDIO C UES M ANAGER C ONFIGURATION The Audio Cues Manager Configuration allows the manager to enable or disable the Audio Cues feature. 4) T OUCH S CREEN C ONFIGURATION Follow the instructions on the screen to recalibrate the Touchscreen. When finished touch anywhere on the screen to return to the Main Menu. 5) E XPORT /I MPORT S ETTINGS Brings up the Export / Import Settings screen which is used to import or export manager and manufacturer configurable set- tings. This can be advantageous when many or all optional features are enabled and configured. To Import or Export Settings: Insert a USB stick into the USB port. Enter the Import/Export Settings through the Configuration Menu. Select ”Import Settings to USB” or “Export Settings To USB”. Upon notification, remove the USB stick from the USB port. NOTE: It is important to turn the unit off before inserting or removing the USB stick. NOTE: Exported setting information is product specific. Treadmill settings can only be imported into other, same model treadmills. Treadmill settings cannot be used to update settings of any other product. NOTE: This method is not recommended for the setup of the optional Life Fitness Attachable TV. 38

10. 8 F. LANGUAGE SELECTION: Allows users to change the language of the interface to one of thirteen possible lan- guages. Select the appropriate language flag from the bottom of the screen. G. MORE LANGUAGES: Select this button to see additional language flags. See Section 5.2, Configuration Menu, Manager’s Configuration 1, Language, for language setup details. 2) C ONTROL P ANEL The Control Panel allows the user to control workout and media parameters without leaving the Workout Progress screen. H. ARROW KEYS: When in the workout phase, the illuminated UP and DOWN arrow keys are used in combination with the Touchscreen Display. These keys allow the user to make changes to a workout goal during the workout setup. Each set of arrow keys controls the goal located directly above it on the Touchscreen Display. Changeable information (i.e. a workout goal) either appears as a button (Time, Level, Incline, Target Heart Rate*, and Speed) or is accessible through CHANGE WORKOUT, CHANGE GOAL (Calories, Distance, and for heart rate programs, Time in Zone). Workout statistics are not changeable. For example, use the illuminated arrow keys under ELAPSED TIME (a workout goal) to change the goal time for the session. I. COOL DOWN: Workout programs end automatically in a cool down phase, which lowers the intensity level. In this phase of a workout the body begins to remove lactic acid and other accumulated by-products of exercise, which build up in muscles during a workout and contribute to muscle soreness. Press the illuminated key under COOL DOWN to enter the cool down stage at any point during the workout. Each work- out’s cool down level is automatically adjusted according to the individual user’s performance. (Cool down times are pre- set in proportion to the duration of a workout.) The cool down time can be changed by using the corresponding arrow keys on the control panel. At the end of cool down, or after pressing the END WORKOUT key, a workout summary box appears. J. PAUSE: Press the illuminated key below PAUSE to stop the belt and hold the current workout. A RESUME WORK- OUT button and EXIT button appear on the Touchscreen. Continue the workout by selecting RESUME WORKOUT or end the workout by selecting EXIT. K. MEDIA: Press the illuminated key next to MEDIA to access the following options: Life Fitness Attachable Television and iPod. L. VOLUME: Volume control for the optional Life Fitness Attachable TV and iPod. Press the illuminated UP and DOWN arrow keys next to the volume icon to adjust volume. * Target Heart Rate (THR) is a percentage of the theoretical maximum. For example, a 40-year-old user's THR for the FAT BURN workout is 117. This work- out targets 65 percent of the maximum, so the equation would be (220-40)*.65=117.

24. 22 T ARGET H EART R ATE Target heart rate: Programs that calculate a target heart rate* base this number on the age of the user and the type of workout. The user accepts or adjusts the rate when setting up the workout. During the workout itself, the program reads the heart rate, which is transmitted via the Polar heart rate chest strap or the Lifepulse system sensors; and it uses this data to adjust the resistance. Manually raising the rate, by pressing the HEART RATE button on the CONTROL PANEL and typing the desired number with the NUMERIC KEYPAD, increases the intensity of the cardiovascular exercise. 4) E NTERING W ORKOUT V ALUES AGE: When prompted to enter Age, use the illuminated ARROW KEYS to increase or decrease the displayed age to the correct value, or key in the correct value with the NUMERIC KEYPAD, and press ENTER. Life Fitness Treadmill workout programs that set a target heart rate * zone first calculate the user’s theoretical maximum heart rate † by subtracting the user’s age from the number 220. The programs then calculate the target zone as a per- centage of the theoretical maximum. WEIGHT : Select weight and press ENTER. Entering an accurate weight allows for a more accurate calorie calculation. GENDER: Select gender and press enter. (Used for the Fitness Testing workouts.) 5) U SING M ARATHON M ODE If Marathon Mode is enabled, a Marathon Mode button will appear in the time entry screen when configuring a workout. Selecting Marathon Mode sets the workout to an unlimited time workout. The workout can then be ended only by the user or one of the emergency stop systems. Within a workout, Marathon Mode can be changed by pressing the Time Key. Pressing the Time Key makes it possible to set a time goal as long as it's not less than the time already spent in the workout. A new time goal must be set and entered to override Marathon Mode 6) C HANGING /E NDING A W ORKOUT S WITCHING W ORKOUTS “O N - THE -F LY ” It is possible during a workout, to switch to another workout program. After a switch, the console retains all the progress information about the workout since its beginning. To change workouts “on the fly,” simply press CHANGE WORKOUT and then choose a new workout. To switch to a new workout, and restart the progress information, choose CHANGE WORKOUT and then RESET. P AUSING W ORKOUTS Press the PAUSE key to stop the belt and hold the current workout. A RESUME WORKOUT button and EXIT button appear on the Touchscreen. Continue the workout by selecting RESUME WORKOUT or end the workout by selecting EXIT. The pause duration defaults to 1 minute (configurable by the manager), after which, the console returns to the Home Screen. A workout can also be paused by using ZEROUT speed control. If, during a workout, a user decreases the speed to the minimum and continues to hold the DECREASE SPEED ARROW, the speed falls to 0 (zero) MPH, which is pause mode. The minimum speed is 0.5 MPH, unless changed in the Manager’s Configuration. See section 5.3, Manager’s Configuration Setting 1 , for more information. † Defined by the American College of Sports Medicine's "Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription" as equal to 220 minus a n individual’s age. * Target Heart Rate (THR) is a percentage of the theoretical maximum. For example, a 40-year-old user's THR for the FAT BURN workout is 117. This work- out targets 65 percent of the maximum, so the equation would be (220-40)*.65=117

31. 29 H ILL + W ORKOUTS The Life Fitness patented HILL + workouts give even more ways to vary interval training. Based on the same principles as the CLASSIC HILL workout, Hill + workouts are customized to resemble different locations/training scenarios to add variety and challenge to Hill workouts. The AROUND THE WORLD workout is an interval-training workout in which the hills resemble scenes of various geographical areas. The CASCADES workout is a two-peak workout in which intensity levels gradually increase and decrease. The FOOTHILLS workout is a rolling hill workout with low intensity levels. The KILIMINAJARO workout is a hill workout in which the intensity levels gradually incline toward one ultimate peak and then gradually decline. A DVANCED W ORKOUTS F IT T ESTS L IFE F ITNESS F IT T EST The treadmill Life Fitness Fit Test program is another exclusive feature of this versatile treadmill. The Fit Test work- out measures cardiovascular fitness and can be used to monitor improvements in endurance every four to six weeks. The user must grasp the hand sensors (if equipped) when prompted or wear a heart rate chest strap, as the test score calculation is based on a heart rate reading. The workout duration will be five minutes at a 5% incline. Immediately afterward, the console will take the user's heart rate reading, calculate a fitness score, and display the score in the Message Area. The Fit Test is considered to be a submax VO2 (volume of oxygen) test. It gauges how well the heart supplies oxygenat- ed blood to the exercising muscles, and how efficiently those muscles receive oxygen from the blood. Physicians and exercise physiologists generally regard this test as a good measure of aerobic capacity. To set up the Fit Test: Choose ADVANCED, FIT TESTS, LIFE FITNESS FIT TEST. Go through the setup screens for the Fit Test, including Weight, Age and Gender. Press ENTER after each selec- tion to record the entry. (Gender does not require selecting Enter afterwards.) The setup screen for Speed will appear. (ENTER SPEED: 2-4.5 mph). Consult the following recommended fit test level chart for an appropriate effort level based on age, gender and activity level. Press ENTER after the selection. After the five-minute FIT TEST is completed, a FIT TEST score will be displayed. F IT T EST P ROGRAM S UGGESTED E XERTION L EVELS Inactive Active Very Active Treadmill Fit Test Level 2-3 mph 3-4 mph 3.5-4.5 mph 3.2-4.8 kph 4.8-6.4 kph 5.6-7.2 kph NOTE: Treadmill will incline to 5% after a one minute warm-up . Suggested exertion levels should be used as a guideline for setting up the Fit Test program. The goal is to elevate the user's heart rate to a level that is between 60%-85% of their theoretical maximum heart rate (220-age). Within each sug- gested range, these additional guidelines can be used: Lower Half of Range Upper Half of Range higher age lower age lower weight higher weight* shorter taller * In cases of excessive weight, use lower half of range.

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13. 11 4) W ORKOUT P ROGRESS The Workout Progress Screen opens automatically upon completion of the workout setup, signaling the user to start the workout. This screen allows the user to monitor the progress of the workout. It provides a visual representation of the workout as it proceeds and monitors distance, pace, elapsed time, heart rate, incline, speed, and calories expended/calories per hour. From the Workout Progress Screen, goals including Time, Incline, Speed and Target Heart Rate* (for heart rate pro- grams) can be changed at any point during the workout. Not every goal item is available in every workout. Only valid goal times are shown and accessible in the workout progress screen during a workout. This screen also allows access to the media center. A2. M ESSAGE AREA: Shows the user the workout type, prompts the user for needed information, and explains con- cepts. B2. WORKOUT PROFILE WINDOW: This window displays workout progress using one of four workout landscapes. C2. CHANGE VIEW: This button allows the user to toggle between four workout landscapes: 400-METER TRACK, CLASSIC PROFILE, MOUNTAIN, and 5K NATURE TRAIL. These can be toggled between at will without losing workout progress information. D2. CHANGE WORKOUT: Choose this button to go back to the workout selection screen and SELECT WORKOUT. To change workouts, choose the new program, enter any remaining values, and press ENTER. E2. VIRTUAL TRAINER: Choose this button to enable or disable the VIRTUAL TRAINER. F2. GOAL DISPLAYS HEART RATE: (Replaces level on heart rate workouts only.) Displays the target heart rate * the user has specified in the workout setup screens. Can be changed anytime during a workout, by touching the HEART RATE button on the Touchscreen, and accessing the Target Heart Rate Workout Setup Screen. ACTUAL HEART RATE: Displays the heart rate if the user grasps the Lifepulse sensors or wears a Polar-compatible heart rate chest strap. NOTE: Heart rate can be checked on any of the screens, whether before a workout begins, or during a workout. DISTANCE: Displays the accumulated distance traveled or distance climbed during a workout. CALORIES/CALORIES PER HOUR/PACE: Displays the accumulated calories burned, calories burned per hour, and the striding pace. G2. % INCLINE: Press this button to increase or decrease the incline of the treadmill deck. Use the illuminated ARROW KEYS on the Control Panel directly below % INCLINE to make changes without leaving the Workout Progress Screen. * Target Heart Rate (THR) is a percentage of the theoretical maximum. For example, a 40-year-old user's THR for the FAT BURN workout is 117. This work- out targets 65 percent of the maximum, so the equation would be (220-40)*.65=117.

63. 2.4 T ROUBLESHOOTING THE L IFEPULSE S YSTEM S ENSORS If the heart rate reading is erratic or missing, do the following: • Dry the hands if necessary to prevent slipping. • Apply hands to all four sensors, located at the front and back of the hand grips. • Grasp the sensors firmly. • Apply constant pressure around the sensors. 2.5 H OW TO A DJUST AND T ENSION THE S TRIDING B ELT Do not move treadmill or place hands under treadmill while it is plugged into an electrical outlet! T HE B ELT T ENSIONING B OLTS A 5/16-inch hex key wrench is required for this task. The Life Fitness Treadmill has access holes in the rear roller guards whic h allow access to the tensioning bolts. These tensioning bolts make it possible to adjust the tracking and centering of the striding be lt (A) with- out removing the guards. NOTE: It is extremely important that the treadmill be correctly leveled prior to any tracking adjustments. An unstable unit may cause striding belt misalignment. See the topic titled "How To Stabilize the Life Fitness Treadmill" in the Section 1.3, titled Set Up , prior to attempting any rear roller adjustments. Before proceeding, it is helpful to visualize the REAR ROLLER (B) pivot point (C). Each adjustment made to one side of the ROLL ER must be met with an equal and opposite adjustment (D) to the other side of the ROLLER to maintain an ideal belt tension at the pivot point. T RACKING (C ENTERING ) A S TRIDING B ELT Two people are needed to perform this procedure. 1. Locate the two access holes to the belt tensioning bolts on each of the rear roller guards. 2. One person stands on the side rails of the treadmill and straddles the belt. This person presses the MANUAL workout and sets the belt speed to 2.5 MPH (4.0 KPH). 3. If the striding belt has moved to the right, the second person turns the right tension bolt a quarter-turn clockwise and then turns the left tension bolt a quarter-turn counter-clockwise to make the striding belt track back to the center of the roller. If the striding belt has moved to the left, turn the left tension bolt a quarter-turn clockwise and then turn the right tension bolt a quarter-turn counter-clockwise to make the striding belt track back to the center of the roller. 4. Repeat the adjustments until the striding belt appears centered. Allow the machine to continue running for several minutes at 4.0 MPH. (6.4 KPH) to observe if tracking remains stabilized. NOTE: Do not exceed one full turn of the adjusting screws in either direction. If after one full turn the belt does not track properly, contact Customer Support Services. The phone numbers are listed in Section 2.7, titled How to Obtain Product Service . T ENSIONING AN E XISTING S TRIDING B ELT 1 Enter the Manual workout and operate the treadmill for five minutes at 5.0 MPH (8.0 KPH). NOTE: DO NOT RUN OR WALK ON BELT. 2 Reduce the speed to 2.0 MPH (3.2 KPH). Walk on the treadmill. Tightly grip the handrails and apply force with feet on the striding belt near the motor cover against the moving belt direction. If the belt slips, continue to Step 3. If it does not slip, the tension is correct. 3 Using the STOP key, stop the treadmill. Turn the belt tensioning bolts a quarter-turn clockwise for each side. 4 Repeat STEPS 2 and 3 until the belt no longer slips. Do not exceed one full turn (four quarter turns) per side when adjusting the belt tensioning bolts. 5 Enter the MANUAL workout and operate the treadmill at 2.0 MPH (3.2 KPH) check to insure proper tracking (See Section 2.5, titled How to Adjust and Tension the Striding Belt ). If the striding belt drifts to the left or right see the topic titled Tracking (Centering) an Existing or New Striding Belt. . Do not over-tighten the tensioning bolts while making belt adjustments. Over-tightening of bolts may over stretch and damage the striding belt or roller bearings. Do not exceed one full turn of either bolt in either direction. 18

11. 9 M. CH: Channel control for the optional Life Fitness Attachable TV and iPod. Press the illuminated UP and DOWN arrow keys next to the channel icon (ch) to change channel. N. CHANGE VIEW: Press the illuminated key next to CHANGE VIEW to toggle between four landscapes: 400-METER TRACK, CLASSIC PROFILE, MOUNTAIN, and 5K NATURE TRAIL. O. CHANGE WORKOUT: Press the illuminated key next to CHANGE WORKOUT to switch between four categories of workouts. P. VIRTUAL TRAINER: Press the illuminated key next to VIRTUAL TRAINER to turn trainer off. NOTE : Headphones are necessary to access the sound for the optional Life Fitness Attachable TV and iPod. The headphone jack is located on the lower center of the Activity Zone. The jack is a user-replaceable feature. Contact Life Fitness Customer Support Services for more information. (See Base Assembly Manual for contact information.) 3) W ORKOUT S ETUP Workouts are accessed through the SELECT WORKOUT button. Workouts are located under one of four workout cate- gories: CLASSIC, HEART RATE +, HILL + and ADVANCED. Workout options are listed to the right of each category label. Advancing through the categories will show individual workout descriptions. WORKOUT SETUP screens are accessed upon selection of a workout program button. They allow the user to enter val- ues or to choose a goal for the workout selected. These depend on the workout, but might include goal type (time, dis- tance, calories, pace, and distance climbed), level, age, weight, distance, speed, incline, and target heart rate* (for heart rate programs). A1. DATA DISPLAY: Displays the data input and value. B1. ARROW BUTTONS: Use the UP and DOWN arrows to adjust workout values/goals such as length of workout, weight, age, incline, speed, distance, target heart rate, and intensity level. Press ENTER (E1) to record the selec- tion. C1. NUMERIC KEYPAD: Another way for the user to enter workout parameters. Key in the desired number on the key- pad and press ENTER (E1). D1. CLEAR: Clears any entry and returns the default setting. E1 . ENTER: Press this button after entering a value to register the value and move to the next screen. * Target Heart Rate (THR) is a percentage of the theoretical maximum. For example, a 40-year-old user's THR for the FAT BURN workout is 117. This work- out targets 65 percent of the maximum, so the equation would be (220-40)*.65=117.

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28. W ORKOUT D ESCRIPTIONS Q UICK S TART QUICK START is the fastest way to begin exercising, and it bypasses the specific steps of selecting a specific workout program. After the QUICK START button (Touchscreen Display) or key (Activity Zone) is pressed, a MANUAL workout begins. For Calories Burned/Calories per Hour to be computed and displayed during a workout, select the ENTER WEIGHT FOR ACCURATE CALO- RIES button which is required to calculate these values. The speed is set to the minimum level. To change the speed and stay in the Workout Progress Screen, press the illuminated ARROW KEYS on the Control Panel, corresponding to the SPEED button. Speed can also be changed by touching the SPEED but- ton on the Touchscreen Display, which accesses the NUMERIC KEYPAD. The incline level is set to zero by default. To change the incline and stay in the Workout Progress Screen, press the illuminat ed ARROW KEYS on the Control Panel, corresponding to the INCLINE button. Incline can also be changed by touching the INCLINE button on the Touchscreen Display which accesses the NUMERIC KEYPAD. C LASSIC W ORKOUTS M ANUAL The MANUAL program is a constant effort workout in which the user can change resistance level or speed at any time. R ANDOM The RANDOM program creates a terrain of hills and valleys that varies with each workout. More than one million differ- ent patterns are possible. H ILL The Life Fitness-patented HILL workout offers a variety of configurations for interval training. Intervals are periods of intense cardiovascular exercise separated by regular periods of lower-intensity exercise. The CLASSIC PROFILE WINDOW repre- sents these high and low intervals as columns of light, which together have the appearance of hills and valleys. The computer- ized interval training workout has been scientifically demonstrated to promote greater cardiorespiratory improvement than steady-pace training. The HILL workout goes through four phases, each marked by different intensity levels. The CLASSIC PROFILE WINDOW dis- plays the progress of these phases. As noted in the descriptions below, the heart rate should be measured at two stages in the workout to gauge its effectiveness. Wear the chest strap or continuously grip the Lifepulse handles. The Message Area does not display a request for a heart rate measurement, as it does with CARDIO, FAT BURN and the HEART RATE ZONE TRAINING programs. 1 Warm-up is a phase of low, gradually rising resistance, which brings the heart rate into the lower end of the target zone and increases respiration and blood flow to working muscles. 2 Plateau increases the intensity slightly, and keeps it steady, to bring the heart rate to the low end of the target zone. Check the heart rate at the end of this phase. 3 Interval Training is a series of increasingly steeper hills, alternating with valleys, or stints of recovery. The heart rate should rise to the high end of the target zone. Check the heart rate at the end of this phase. 3 Cool-down is a low-intensity phase that allows the body to begin removing lactic acid, and other exercise by-prod- ucts, which build up in muscles and contribute to soreness. Each column, as seen in the CLASSIC PROFILE WINDOW and the chart above, represents one interval. The overall duration of the workout determines the length of each interval. Each workout is made up of 20 intervals, so the duration of each interva l is equal to the duration of the entire workout divided by 20. 26

30. H EART R ATE I NTERVAL This workout combines the CLASSIC HILL workout profile with the concept of Heart Rate Zone Training. The default tar- get heart rate* is calculated as 80 percent of the theoretical maximum † (HRmax), but the user can adjust the target rate during the workout setup. The workout alternates between a hill, which brings the heart rate up to the target rate of 80 per- cent of HR max, and a valley, which brings the heart rate down to 65 percent of HR max. Af ter a standard three-minute warm- up, the workout progresses toward the first hill and heart rate goal. Once the goal is reached, the hill continues for three mi n- utes. Then, the level decreases into a valley. Once the 65 percent of HRmax goal is reached, the valley continues for three minutes, after which the next hill begins. The user's fitness level determines the number of hills and valleys encountered with in the duration. At the end of the duration, the workout goes into a cool-down phase. If the heart rate goes above the theoreti- cal maximum † for more then 45 seconds, the treadmill automatically goes into pause mode. If the user does not reach a heart rate goal after five minutes, the MESSAGE CENTER displays a prompt to increase or decrease speed, depending on whether the workout is in a hill or valley phase. The program does not proceed to a new heart rate goal until the user reaches the current goal. E XTREME H EART R ATE This workout is designed to help more experienced users to break through fitness improvement plateaus. The workout alter- nates between two target heart rates** as quickly as possible. The effect is similar to that of running sprints. The user must wear a chest strap or grip the Lifepulse sensors throughout the workout. NOTE: It is recommended that users who run at speeds faster than 4.5 MPH wear the chest strap and do not use the Lifepulse sensors. When setting up the workout, the user enters a target heart rate and selects a walk speed and a jog speed. After a stan- dard three-minute warm-up, the treadmill accelerates to the jog speed, and the incline increases, until the user reaches the target heart rate goal of 85 percent of the theoretical maximum † (HRmax). That target rate is maintained for a stabiliz- ing period. Then, the incline is reduced to 0 percent, and the treadmill slows to the walk speed. When the heart rate falls to the 65 percent of HR max goal, it is maintained there for a stabilizing period. The program repeats the alternating of speeds and incline levels, continuing this pattern throughout the duration. If the user does not reach a heart rate goal after five minutes, the MESSAGE CENTER displays a prompt to increase or decrease speed, depending on whether the workout is in a hill or valley phase. The program does not proceed to a new heart rate goal until the user reaches the current goal. Warm-up 65% HRmax HE A RT R A TE INTERV A L Workout Profile 80% HRmax Hill Hill Valley Valley Valley Hill 65% HRmax 80% HRmax 65% HRmax 80% HRmax 117 BPM 117 BPM 117 BPM User Example: 80 (40 year old / 144 recommended BPM) percent of theoretical maximum (HR ) max 144 BPM 144 BPM 144 BPM 117 BPM 28 Cool Down 118 BPM 65% HRmax 118 BPM 65% HRmax 118 BPM Jog S peed Walk Speed Jog S peed Walk Speed Jog S peed Walk Speed Jog S peed Walk Speed Jog S peed Walk Speed Jog S peed Walk Speed User Example (40 year old / 153 recommended BPM) 85 percent of theoretical maximum (HR ) max EXTREME HE A RT R A TE Workout Profile 85% HRmax Stabilizing Period Stabilizing Period Stabilizing Period Stabilizing Period Stabilizing Period Stabilizing Period 153 BPM 85% HRmax 153 BPM 85% HRmax 153 BPM Warm-up 118 BPM † Defined by the American College of Sports Medicine's "Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription" as equal to 220 minus a n individual’s age. * Target Heart Rate (THR) is a percentage of the theoretical maximum (HRmax). A 40-year-old user’s recommended THR for the Heart Rate Interval workout is 144, or 80 percent of the maximum; so the equation would be (220-40)*.80=144. ** Target Heart Rate (THR) is a percentage of the theoretical maximum. For example, a 40-year-old user's THR for the Extreme Heart Rate workout is 153. The workout program targets a standard 85 percent of the maximum, so the equation would be (220-40)*.85=153.

21. 19 ADVANCED WORKOUTS are customized workouts designed for the advanced user not used in connection with a per- sonal trainer. These workouts include: FIT TESTS workouts measure cardiovascular fitness and can be used to monitor improvements in endurance every four to six weeks. FIT TESTS LIFE FITNESS FIT TEST offers six different workouts to measure cardiovascular fitness compared to other people of the same age and gender. MILITARY FIT TESTS GERKIN PROTOCOL is a graded submaximal VO2 test used by the International Association of Fire Fighters to determine fitness for fire department duty. PHYSICAL EFFICIENCY BATTERY (PEB) is used by U.S. Federal Law Enforcement, and the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, and other federal organizations for the hiring and maintenance of federal jobs. ARMY PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST (PFT) is a 2.0 mile physical performance test used to assess muscular endurance and cardiorespiratory fitness. NAVY PHYSICAL READINESS TEST (PRT) is the running portion of the Navy PFT. It is a 1.5 mile distance goal test, based on the time needed to complete the required distance, and is used by the U.S. Navy and Naval acade- mies to measure aerobic capacity. AIR FORCE PHYSICAL READINESS TEST (PRT) is a 1.5 mile physical performance test used to assess muscular endurance and cardiorespiratory fitness. MARINES PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST (PFT) is a 3.0 mile physical performance test used to assess muscular endurance and cardiorespiratory fitness. CREATE YOUR OWN CREATE YOUR OWN workouts enable the user to design personalized workouts based on SPEED INTERVAL or on HEART RATE INTERVAL. SPORT TRAINING SPORT TRAINING (5K) is a distance-goal workout that simulates an actual terrain with varying incline levels. It is designed to assist runners in training for a 5-kilometer, or 3.1-mile, race. SPORT TRAINING (10K) is a distance-goal workout that simulates an actual terrain with varying incline levels. It is designed to assist runners in training for a 10-kilometer, or 6.2-mile, race. SPEED TRAINING is a Hill workout in which the intensity level alternates between high and low levels very quickly to simulate a typical speed-training workout. SPEED INTERVAL allows the user to toggle between user defined jog and run speeds. The user can toggle the speeds at any time during the workout, or adjust the speeds “on the fly.”

64. 19 2.6 P ROACTIVE B ELT W EAR N OTIFICATION The treadmill proactively notifies the facility manager about belt wear through diagnostics. An indicator icon is displayed on the treadmill console (if manager-enabled) when a belt check is required. This indicator icon is located in the lower left corner of the welcome screen. • Automatic belt check reminder at 30,000 miles (48,000 km) • Notification based on “Cannot Attain Target Speed” errors for specific user weights/speeds: (The actual error message is "UNABLE TO ATTAIN TARGET SPEED") T O CHECK FOR NOTIFICATIONS : To enter Belt/Deck Information, access the "System Options" menu as instructioned in section 5.1 in the Console User Manual. Select INFORMATION and then select BELT/DECK INFORMATION. If a notification has been trig- gered, the notification message "PLEASE CHECK BELT/DECK FOR SIGNS OF EXCESSIVE WEAR" will appear. If no notifications exist, the BELT/DECK INFORMATION area will display belt/deck information. NOTE: Notifications are automatically cleared once they have been displayed. 2.7 H OW TO O BTAIN P RODUCT S ERVICE 1. Verify the symptom and review the operating instructions. The problem may be unfamiliarity with the product and its features and workouts. 2. Locate and write down the serial number of the unit, which is located on a plate near the power switch. 3. Contact the nearest Life Fitness Customer Support Services group: For Product Service within the United States and Canada: Telephone: (+1) 847.451.0036 FAX: (+1) 847.288.3702 Toll-free telephone: 800.351.3737 For Product Service Internationally: Life Fitness Europe GmbH Telephone: (+49) 089.317.751.66 FAX: (+49) 089.317.751.38 Life Fitness (UK) LTD Telephone: (+44) 1353.665.507 FAX: (+44) 1353.666.719 Life Fitness Atlantic BV (Europe, Middle East & Africa except local Life Fitness offices) Life Fitness Benelux Telephone: (+31) 180.646.666 FAX: (+31) 180.646.699 Life Fitness Italia S.R.L. Telephone: 800.438.836 FAX: (+39) 0457.238.197 Life Fitness Austria Vertriebs GmbH Telephone: (+43) 1615.7198 FAX: (+43) 1615.7198. Life Fitness Asia Pacific Ltd (Asia & Australia, except local Life Fitness offices) Telephone: (+852) 2891.6677 FAX: (+852) 2575.6001 Life Fitness Latin America and Caribbean Telephone: (+1) 847.288.3964 FAX: (+1) 847 288.3886 Life Fitness do Brazil Telephone (+55) 11.4193.8282 FAX: (+55) 11.4193.8283 Life Fitness Japan Telephone: (+81) 3.3359.4309 FAX: (+81) 3.3359.4307 Life Fitness Iberia (Spain) Telephone : (+34) 93.672.4660 FAX : (+34) 93.672.4670

9. 7 2.2 D ISPLAY C ONSOLE AND A CTIVITY Z ONE D ESCRIPTIONS This section lists and describes the functions for the buttons on the Touchscreen Display on the Life Fitness Treadmill. See Section 4, The Workouts , for detailed information on using the console to set up workouts. T OUCHSCREEN D ISPLAY The Touchscreen Display, in combination with the illuminated Control Panel keys, allows the user to move from screen to screen by simply touching buttons to access other screens. Among many features, the Touchscreen Display enables users to access: 1) S ELECT W ORKOUT — choose a workout. 2) V IRTUAL T RAINER S ETUP — choose a Virtual Trainer for workout motivation. 3) USB P RESET S ELECTION — select a saved preset from a USB stick. 4) W ORKOUT S ETUP — enter workout values and goals. 5) W ORKOUT P ROGRESS —monitor progress, edit workout goals, and access entertainment. 6) W ORKOUT S UMMARY I NFORMATION — view and save workout summary information. 7) M EDIA C ENTER — setup media options (Life Fitness ATTACHABLE TV and iPod). 8) L ANGUAGE S ELECT — choose from various available languages. 1) H OME S CREEN A. QUICK START: Press this button to begin a manual workout immediately, bypassing any setup or goal setting. Once started, the user can then make adjustments to the workout. Once the workout is in progress choose SPEED, or INCLINE to determine the level of intensity, and ENTER WEIGHT FOR ACCURATE CALORIES so that Calories Burned/Calories per Hour can be computed and displayed. Select the COOL DOWN button on the bottom of the screen to enter a cool down phase when ready. B. SELECT WORKOUT: Allows the user to choose from up to twenty-eight different workout programs. See Section 4.1, Workout Overviews, for a description of each workout. C. VIRTUAL TRAINER: Allows the user to select a male or female trainer to assist during workout setup and provide audible feedback during a workout. D. USB: Allows the user to access previously saved workout setup data, bypassing the workout setup procedure and immediately entering a workout. E. SCREEN LOCK/UNLOCK: (Cannot be used during a workout.) Freezes the screen for the purpose of routine main- tenance/screen cleaning. The screen automatically unlocks after ten seconds. Pressing SCREEN LOCK a second time will unlock it as well.

20. 4 T HE W ORKOUTS 4.1 W ORKOUT O VERVIEWS The following workouts are preprogrammed for the Life Fitness Treadmill. QUICK START is the fastest way to begin exercising and it bypasses the steps involved in selecting a specific workout pro- gram. After the QUICK START key is pressed, a constant level workout begins. The intensity level does not change automati- cally. CLASSIC workouts are workouts in which intensity levels increase and decrease in set patterns. The following workouts may be accessed with this button: MANUAL is a constant effort workout in which the user can change resistance level or speed at any time. RANDOM is an interval training workout of constantly changing intensity levels that occur in no regular pattern or progression. HILL is an interval training workout. Intervals are periods of intense aerobic exercise separated by regular periods of lower-intensity exercise. HEART RATE + workouts are workouts in which intensity levels increase and decrease in set patterns. The following workouts may be accessed with this button: FAT BURN is a low-intensity workout for burning the body’s fat reserves. The user wears a heart rate chest strap, or grasps the Lifepulse sensors continuously. The program adjusts the intensity level through changing the incline (elevation), based on the actual heart rate, to maintain the rate at 65 percent of the theoretical maximum † . CARDIO is a higher intensity workout for more fit users, emphasizing cardiovascular benefits and maximum fat burning. The user wears a heart rate chest strap, or grasps the Lifepulse sensors continuously. The program adjusts the intensity level, based on the actual heart rate, to maintain the rate at 80 percent of the theoretical maximum † . HEART RATE HILL takes the user through three different hills based on the target heart rate*. The user wears a heart rate chest strap, or grasps the Lifepulse sensors continuously. HEART RATE INTERVAL alternates between a hill and a valley based on the target heart rate*. The user wears a heart rate chest strap, or grasps the Lifepulse sensors continuously. EXTREME HEART RATE is an intense workout for more experienced users. It is designed to get the heart rate up and down as quickly as possible. The user wears a heart rate chest strap, or grasps the Lifepulse sensors continu- ously. HILL + are workouts in which intensity levels increase and decrease in set patterns. The following workouts may be accessed with this button: AROUND THE WORLD is an interval-training workout in which the hills resemble scenes of various geographical areas. FOOTHILLS is a rolling hill workout with low intensity levels. KILIMANJARO is a hill workout in which the intensity levels gradually incline toward one ultimate peak and then gradually decline. CASCADES is a two-peak workout in which intensity levels gradually increase and decrease. 18 † Defined by the American College of Sports Medicine's "Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription" as equal to 220 minus a n individual’s age. * Target Heart Rate (THR) is a percentage of the theoretical maximum (HRmax). A 40-year-old user’s recommended THR for the HEART R ATE HILL and HEART RATE INTERVAL workouts is 144, or 80 percent of the maximum; so the equation would be (220-40)*.80=144.

33. 31 R ELATIVE F ITNESS C LASSIFICATION FOR W OMEN Women Estimated VO2 Max (ml/kg/min) Per Age Category Rating 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60+ Elite 44+ 42+ 39+ 35+ 34+ Excellent 42-43 40-41 37-38 33-34 32-33 Very Good 39-41 37-39 35-36 31-32 30-31 Above Average 37-38 35-36 32-34 29-30 28-29 Average 34-36 32-34 30-31 27-28 25-27 Below Average 31-33 29-31 27-29 25-26 23-24 Low 28-30 27-28 25-26 22-24 20-22 Very Low <28 <27 <25 <22 <20 Life Fitness developed this rating scale based on VO2 max percentile distributions referenced in American College of Sports Medicine's "Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription" (6th Ed. 2000). It is designed to provide a qualita- tive description of a user's VO2 max estimation, and a means of assessing initial fitness level and tracking improvement. MILITARY When enabled the Life Fitness Treadmill features additional fitness tests based upon specific predefined protocols. (See Section 5.1 Manager’s Configuration, Fit Tests , for information on how to enable these tests.) ARMY PFT : 2.0 miles The U.S. Army Physical Fitness Test is a physical performance test used to assess muscular endurance and cardiorespiratory fitness. NAVY PRT : 1.5 miles The running portion of the U.S. Navy Physical Readiness Test is a distance goal test based on the time needed to complete the required distance and is used by the U.S. Navy and Naval academies to measure aerobic capacity. MARINES PFT : 3.0 miles The U.S. Marines Physical Fitness Test is a physical performance test used to assess muscular endurance and cardiorespiratory fitness. AIR FORCE PRT : 1.5 miles The U.S. Air Force Physical Readiness Test is a physical performance test used to assess muscular endurance and cardiorespiratory fitness. GERKIN : Submaximal VO2 The Gerkin Protocol is a graded submaximal VO2 test by the International Association of Fire Fighters to deter- mine fitness for fire department safety. PHYSICAL EFFICIENCY BATTERY : 1.5 miles The Physical Efficiency Battery is used by U.S. Federal Law Enforcement, U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, and other federal organizations for the hiring and maintenance of federal jobs. S cores for these tests are based on finishing time, age, and gender. To set up one of these tests, select ADVANCED workouts, FIT TESTS, MILITARY and choose the desired test. Then, press ENTER. If the selected test is either the NAVY or MARINES test, the MESSAGE CENTER displays a question as to whether the test is taking place below a certain altitude. For the NAVY test, the altitude is 5,000 feet above sea level; and for the MARINES test, the altitude is 4,500 feet above sea level. Using the ARROW KEYS, select the answer “ABOVE 5,000 FEET”( NAVY ) / “ABOVE 4,500 FEET”( MARINES ) or “BELOW 5,000 FEET”( NAVY ) / “BELOW 4,500 FEET”( MARINES ) by toggling between these words displayed in the MESSAGE CENTER. Press ENTER.

29. 27 1 to 9 minutes: A workout with a duration of less than 10 minutes is insufficient for the HILL program to complete all four phases adequately. The program, therefore, condenses a workout of this duration at various stages. 10 to 19 minutes: The interval durations initially are set at 30 seconds for a 10-minute workout. For every minute over 10, each interval increases by three seconds. A 15-minute workout consists of 20 intervals at 45 seconds each. 20 to 99 minutes: All intervals last 60 seconds. If the user adds minutes to the pre-set duration while the workout is in progress, the program adds hills and valleys that are identical to the first eight intervals of the Interval Training phase. Th is pat- tern repeats until the workout is completed. H EART R ATE +W ORKOUTS F AT B URN The FAT BURN workout is designed to maintain a user’s heart rate at 65 percent of the theoretical maximum † (HRmax) for optimal results. Throughout the workout, the user wears a chest strap or grasps the Lifepulse sensors. If the user is not wearing a che st strap, the WORKOUT PROGRESS SCREEN displays a heart shape, and the Message Area prompts the user to grasp the sen- sors. The console continuously monitors and displays the heart rate, adjusting the intensity level of the treadmill to reach an d main- tain the target* (See note below). This system eliminates over- and under-training, and it maximizes the aerobic benefits of ex ercise by using the body's fat stores for fuel. C ARDIO The CARDIO workout is virtually identical to FAT BURN ; however the target heart rate* is calculated at 80 percent of the theo- retical maximum † (HRmax). The higher target promotes cardiovascular improvement by placing a heavier workload on the heart muscle (See note below). NOTE: The intensity level is changed by incline. Speed can be only changed by the user. Change the target heart rate at any time by using the arrow keys under the THR, or by touching the THR button to access the Target Heart Rate Workout Setup Screen. H EART R ATE H ILL This program combines the CLASSIC HILL workout profile with the concept of Heart Rate Zone Training. The default target heart rate* is calculated as 80 percent of the theoretical maximum † (HRmax), but the user can adjust the target rate during the workout setup. All hills and valleys are percentages of HRmax. The workout consists of three hills that target three heart rate goals: The first hill brings the heart rate to 70 percent of HRmax. The second hill increases the rate to 75 percent of HRmax. The third hill matches the Target Heart Rate bringing the heart rate to 80 percent of HRmax. The valley always is defined as 65 percent of HRmax. After a standard three-minute warm-up, the workout progresses toward the first hill and heart rate goal. Once the user reaches 70 percent of HR max, the hill continues for one minute. When the minute expires, the level decreases into a valley. Once the user's heart rate falls to 65 percent of HR max, the valley continues for one minute. Then, the next hill begins with its corresponding heart rate goal. After the user completes the third hill/valley pair, the program returns to the first hill and repeats the cycle as long as the duration allows. At the end of the duration, the workout goes into a cool-down phase. If the heart rate goes above the theoreti cal maximum for more then 45 seconds, the treadmill automatically goes into pause mode. If the user does not reach a heart rate goa l after five minutes, the MESSAGE CENTER displays a prompt to increase or decrease speed, depending on whether the workout is in a hill or valley phase. The program does not proceed to a new heart rate goal until the user reaches the current goal. † Defined by the American College of Sports Medicine's "Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription" as equal to 220 minus a n individual’s age. * Target Heart Rate (THR) is a percentage of the theoretical maximum. For example, a 40-year-old user's THR for the FAT BURN workout is 117. This work- out targets 65 percent of the maximum, so the equation would be (220-40)*.65=117. For the CARDIO and HEART RATE HILL workouts it is 144, or 80 per- cent of the maximum; so the equation would be (220-40)*.80=144. 117 BPM 85% THR 65% HRmax 70% HRmax 75% HRmax HE A RT R A TE HILL Workout Profile 80% HRmax Hill Hill Hill Valley Valley Valley 65% HRmax 65% HRmax 65% HRmax 117 BPM 117 BPM 117 BPM 127 BPM 135 BPM User Example: 80 (40 year old / 144 recommended BPM) percent of theoretical maximum (HR ) max 144 BPM

12. 10 F1. GOAL TYPE: Select a desired workout goal type. Choose from Time, Distance, Calories, Pace, Distance Climbed, Time in Zone or Marathon Mode (if enabled). G1. BACK: Returns to the previous screen. H1. START OVER: Exits workout setup and returns to the Home Screen. T YPES OF W ORKOUT S ETUP S CREENS G OAL S ETUP S CREENS • Goal Type: The default setting of Goal Type is TIME (length of workout) allowing the user to set a predeter- mined length of time for the workout. Users may also choose a more advanced Goal Type such as DISTANCE, CALORIES, PACE, DISTANCE CLIMBED, or TIME IN ZONE (only available for heart rate programs). For Distance, Calories, Pace, Distance Climbed, and Time in Zone, the length of the workout depends on how long it takes to reach the goal. The workout continues until the goal is met. To exit early, either choose COOL DOWN from the bottom of the display to go immediately into the cool down phase, or choose CHANGE WORK- OUT to access a different program. For more information, see Section 4.2, Using the Workouts, Selecting a Goal Type. For information on how to set, and get maximum benefit from, these type of workout goals consult a Personal Trainer. For further information on Zone Training see Section 3.1, Heart Rate Zone Training, titled Why Heart Rate ZoneTraining Exercise. • Level: Choose the programmed intensity level of the workout. Levels range from 1 to 20. • Incline: Choose the amount of incline on the treadmill. • Speed: Use to set the striding belt speed of the treadmill. • Target Heart Rate * : (heart rate workouts only) Gives a recommended heart rate according to age. For Fat Burn , the target heart rate is computed at 65% of the theoretical maximum † heart rate. For Cardio , the target heart rate is computed at 80%. For more information on Target Heart Rate, see Section 3, Heart Rate Zone Training Exercise . V ALUE S ETUP S CREENS • Weight: Entering an accurate weight allows calories to be calculated, and enables Calories Burned and Calories per Hour to appear on the Workout screen. • Age: Allows heart rate programs to accurately determine target heart rate. • Gender: For accurate Fitness Testing. † Defined by the American College of Sports Medicine's "Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription" as equal to 220 minus a n individual’s age. * Target Heart Rate (THR) is a percentage of the theoretical maximum. For example, a 40-year-old user's THR for the FAT BURN workout is 117. This work- out targets 65 percent of the maximum, so the equation would be (220-40)*.65=117.

43. 41 5.5 W ARRANTY I NFORMATION W ARRANTY C OVERAGE 95T I *NOTE - Once any commercial product is placed in a private residence (home), it automatically becomes covered under that produc t category's consumer war- ranty. Warranty coverage begins at the original date of sale. MODEL Treadmills 95Ti 2 YEARS  Electronics (i.e. PCBs such as motor controller and console board) 7 YEARS  Drive Motor  Frame  Lifespring™Shock Absorbers 1 YEAR  Mechanical (i.e. belt and deck)  Electro-Mechanical (i.e. switches, lift motor, wax pump, electrodes)  Labor 6 MONTHS  Console Overlay  Line Cord  Plastic Parts  Wax Kit WHAT IS COVERED: This Life Fitness commercial exercise equipment (“Product”) is warranted to be free of all defects in material and workmanship. WHO IS COVERED: The original purchaser or any person receiving the Product as a gift from the original purchaser. HOW LONG IS IT COVERED: All coverage is provided by specific Product according to the guidelines listed on the chart accompanying this warranty card. WHO PAYS TRANSPORTATION & INSURANCE FOR SERVICE: If the Product or any covered part must be returned to a service facility for repairs, We, Life Fitness , will pay all transportation and insurance charges for the first year. You are responsible for transportation and insurance charges during the second and third years (if applicable). WHAT WE WILL DO TO CORRECT COVERED DEFECTS: We will ship to you any new or rebuilt replacement part or component, or, at our option, replace the Product. Such replacement parts are warranted for the remaining portion of the original warranty period. WHAT IS NOT COVERED: Any failures or damage caused by unauthorized service, misuse, accident, negligence, improp- er assembly or installation, debris resulting from any construction activities in the Product’s environment, rust or corrosion as a result of the Product’s location, alterations or modifications without our written authorization or by failure on your part to use, operate and maintain the Product as set out in your Operation Manual (“Manual”) . All terms of this warranty are void if this product is moved beyond the continental borders of the United States of America (excluding Alaska, Hawaii and Canada) and are then subject to the terms provided by that country’s local authorized Life Fitness representative. LIFETIME WARRANTY DEFINED AS FOLLOWS: Frame - excludes labor, handlebar assembly, bolted components or attached components that are not welded to the base powder coated frame. AC Motor - excludes labor, motor controller, bolted components or attached components to the AC motor. LifeSpring ™ Shock Absorbers - excludes labor and mounting hardware. WHAT YOU MUST DO: Retain proof of purchase (our receipt of the attached registration card assures registration of purchase information but is not required) ; use, operate and maintain the Product as specified in the Manual; notify Customer Support Services of any defect within 10 days after discovery of the defect; if instructed, return any defective part for replacement or, if necessary, the entire Product for repair. OPERATION MANUAL: It is VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU READ THE MANUAL before operating the Product. Remember to perform the periodic maintenance requirements specified in the Manual to assure proper operation and your continued satisfaction. WARRANTY REGISTRATION: Please COMPLETE and MAIL the attached registration card IMMEDIATELY . Our receipt assures that your name, address and date of purchase are on file as a registered owner of the Product. Failure to return the card will not affect your rights under this warranty. Being a regis- tered owner assures coverage in the event you lose your proof of purchase. In any event, always retain proof of purchase, such as your bill of sale. HOW TO GET PARTS & SERVICE: Simply call Customer Support Services at (800) 351–3737 or (847) 451–0036, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Central Standard Time, and tell them your name, address and the serial number of your Product. They will tell you how to get a replacement part, or, if necessary, arrange for service where your Product is located or advise you on how and where to ship the Product for service. Before shipping: 1. obtain a R eturn A uthorization Number ( RA# ) from Customer Support Services 2. securely pack your Product (use the original shipping carton, if possible) 3. write the RA# on the outside of the carton 4. insure the Product, and 5. include a letter explaining the defect or problem and a copy of your proof of purchase if you believe the service is covered by warranty EXCLUSIVE WARRANTY: THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND ALL OTHER OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES ON OUR PART. We neither assume nor authorize any person to assure for us any other obligation or liability concerning the sale of this Product. Under no circumstances shall we be liable under this warranty, or otherwise, of any damage to any per- son or property, including any lost profits or lost savings, for any special, indirect, secondary, incidental or consequential damages of any nature arising out of the use of or inability to use this Product. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of implied warranties or of lia- bility for incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. CHANGES IN WARRANTY NOT AUTHORIZED: No one is authorized to change, modify or extend the terms of this limited warranty. EFFECT OF STATE LAWS: This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may have other rights which vary from state to state. OUR PLEDGE TO YOU: Our Products are designed and manufactured to the highest standards. We want you completely satisfied with our Products and will do everything possible under the terms of this warranty to keep you secure in know- ing you have bought the best!

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