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1. Star Trac Pro S TM Treadmill Star Trac Pro ® Treadmill Star Trac Elite TM Treadmill O WNER ’ S M ANUAL

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45. STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 43 * When the MINIMUM SPEED or MAXIMUM SPEED parameters are changed, the Treadmill will perform an auto calibration. To terminate the auto calibration and return the parameter to its default setting, press the S TOP key. ** Available on Pro / Elite Treadmills only. *** Available on Elite Treadmills only. Lowest Default Highest Item Value Value Value Meaning ELEVATION 25 57 170 Representation of voltage to elevation motor to obtain 15% (maximum) eleva MAX tion (incline). Multiply ELEV MAX by 0.019608 to get actual voltage. 120 volt treadmill = 57 230 volt treadmill = 80 LAST DECK 0 0 65,535 Number of miles (UNITS=English), or km (UNITS=Metric) since the running deck was last serviced or replaced. LAST BELT 0 0 65,535 Number of miles (UNITS=English) or km (UNITS=Metric) since the running belt was last replaced. LAST MOTOR 0 0 65,535 Number of miles (UNITS=English), or km (UNITS=Metric) since the motor brushes were last serviced or replaced. CS AUTO - OFF - ON=Automatic reporting of CSAFE state changes enabled. STATUS OFF= ON=Automatic reporting of CSAFE state changes disabled. MODEL 0 1 255 Model number used by CSAFE to distinguish between different models and equipment. Also enables and disables features depending on model. HR CALC - - - Maximum time in seconds allowed for HR calculation. TIME MANUAL 0 0 65,535 Number of times the Manual program was run since last reset. FOREST 0 0 65,535 Number of times the Forest Walk program was run since last reset. WALK** TRAIL ** 0 0 65,535 Number of times the Trail Blazer program was run since last reset. ALPINE PASS 0 0 65,535 Number of times the Alpine Pass program was run since last reset. RANDOM*** 0 0 65,535 Number of times the Mystery Hike program was run since last reset. 5K LOOP 0 0 65,535 Number of times the 5K Lake Loop program was run since last reset. 10K LOOP*** 0 0 65,535 Number of times the 10K Bay Run program was run since last reset. CUSTOM 0 0 65,535 Number of times the Palm PC Custom program was run since last reset. PALM** DYNAMIC HR 0 0 65,535 Number of times the Dynamic Heart Rate Control program was run since last reset. CONSTANT 0 0 65,535 Number of times the Constant Heart Rate Control program was run since last HR reset. QUICK-START 0 0 65,535 Number of time the Quick Start program was run since last reset. FITNESS 0 0 65,535 Number of times the Fitness Test program was run since last reset. TEST FIREFIGHTER 0 0 65,535 Number of times the Firefighter Test program was run since last reset. US ARMY 0 0 65,535 Number of times the Army 2 Mile Run program was run since last reset. TEST USMC TEST 0 0 65,535 Number of times the USMC 3 Mile Run program was run since last reset. USAF TEST 0 0 65,535 Number of times the USAF 1.5 Mile Run program was run since last reset. NAVY TEST 0 0 65,535 Number of times the Navy 1.5 Mile Run program was run since last reset.

52. STAR TRAC 14410 Myford Road Irvine, California 92606 Telephone: (800) 228-6635, (714) 669-1660 Fax: (714) 508-3303 http://www.startrac.com Part Number 620-7233 Rev C, December 2004

16. Rotate the handrail, if necessary, to align the drilled hole in the display handrail stub with the threaded hole in the handrail con- necting tube. Secure the handrail to the display handrail stub using two 1/4”-28 x 3/8” screws. Install the right handrail in a similar manner, as described in steps 5b and 5c, omitting instructions related to the S TOP switch cable. Place display and handrail assembly on frame assembly, aligning bottom of each handrail with its associated mounting hole in the frame assembly, and resting the neck on the frame neck tab. Once the display has been secured in place, route the display cables through the cutout in the neck, and into the motor compartment. 14 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL Step 5c Step 5d Step 5e

47. STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 45 SPEED CALIBRATION The Speed Calibration function allows for calibration of the treadmill's speed function. To enter the Speed Calibration function : 1. While in the Maintenance Mode, press the key. 2. The Information Window will display the message “ABC D E”, where ABC is between “233” and “241” (representing digital elevation at zero level), D is “3” and E is “0”. 3. Press the key. The Information Window will display the message “CAL 3 0”. The treadmill belt will begin moving as auto-calibration starts. 4. Verify the values in the Information Window changes as the treadmill speed reaches maximum (12.5 mph) and returns to zero. When calibration is complete, the Information Window will display the message “CAL 3 0”. 5. Press the S TOP key to exit the Speed Calibration function. ELEVATION CALIBRATION The Elevation Calibration function allows for calibration of the treadmill's elevation function. To enter the Elevation Calibrat ion function: 1. While in the Maintenance Mode, press the key. 2. The Information Window will display the message “AB D E”, where AB is between “233” and “241” (representing digi- tal elevation at zero level), D is “3” and E is “0”. 3. Press the key, as necessary, until the treadmill is at zero (0%) elevation. When minimum elevation is obtained, press and hold the key until a “Z” is displayed in the Information Window next to the value in the “ABC” field; “236Z” for example. 4. Press the key to accept the displayed value as elevation zero. The “Z” will be removed from the Information Window display. 5. Press the key until the treadmill is at maximum (15%) elevation. The Information Window will display the message “ABC D E”, where ABC is between “60” and “70” (representing digital elevation at maximum level), D is “3” and E is “0”. 6. When maximum elevation is obtained, press and hold the key until an “M” is displayed in the Information Window next to the value in the “ABC” field; “68M” for example. 7. Press the key to accept the displayed value as elevation maximum. The “Z” will be removed from the Information Window display. 8. Press the S TOP key to exit the Elevation Calibration function.

17. Position the bottom of each handrail over its associated mounting hole in the frame assembly. Insert one 5/16” x 7.5” screw, with a flat washer installed, through the bottom of the frame assembly, and thread into each handrail. Use a 1/2” wrench to tighten the screws. 6. Connecting the Display Cables For units with fan (PRO / ELITE), connect the cable tagged 715-3522 from the display to connectors J3A and P4A, respec- tively, on the 715-3549 PCB in the motor compartment. The display cable connectors are keyed, and can only be installed in one direction only. For 5HP AC motor units (PRO / ELITE), connect the cable tagged 715-3600 from the display to connector P3 on the 715-3575 (for 110-volt) or 715-3576 (for 220-volt) PCB in the motor compart- ment. The display cable connector is keyed, and can only be installed in one direction only. For 3HP DC motor units (PRO S), connect the cable tagged 715-3411 from the display to connector P3 on the 715-3397 (for 110-volt) or 715-3398 (for 220-volt) PCB in the motor compart- ment. The display cable connector is keyed, and can only be installed in one direction only. STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 15 Step 5f Step 6a Step 6b

15. (NOTE: Star Trac PRO Treadmill shown at right. Star Trac ELITE Treadmill will have a total of five cables: two fan cables, two weight scale cables, and one display (ribbon) cable.) Position the display on the neck, taking care not to pinch the cables between the neck and the display. Once the display is prop- erly positioned, install the two 5/16”-18 bolts to secure the display to the neck. Carefully install handrail connecting tubes into display handrail stubs (see step 5). 5. Installing the Handrails Locate the left handrail (the handrail with the S TOP switch). Connect the S TOP switch cable from the handrail to the display cable extending from the display handrail stub. Insert the handrail connecting tube into the display handrail stub, taking care not to pinch the S TOP switch cable between the handrail pieces. Make sure the handrail bottoms fully against the display handrail stub. STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 13 Step 4a Step 4b Step 4c Step 5a Step 5b

33. C ONTACT H EART R ATE M ONITORING You may use the heart rate contact grips to automatically check your heart rate. Just follow these steps: 1. Grasp the stainless steel heart rate contact grips; you do not have to squeeze tightly. 2. When a heart rate has been detected, the icon displays in the Information Window, indicating a calculation is taking place. 3. When your heart rate has been acquired, the icon will begin pulsating, and your heart rate in beats per minute (BPM) will be displayed in the Information Window continuously. 4. Release the Heart Rate grips if you wish to remove your heart rate from the display. NOTE: Contact heart rate may not give accurate BPM when exercising over 4.0 mph (6.4 kph). C HEST S TRAP H EART R ATE M ONITORING You may use the heart rate strap to automatically check your heart rate. Just follow these steps: 1. Before beginning your workout, or during a pause, moisten the back of the transmitter on the heart rate strap (not included). Place the strap snugly around your chest with the transmitter resting directly over your sternum. 2. When a heart rate has been detected, the indicator illuminates, indicating a calculation is taking place. 3. When your heart rate has been acquired, the indicator will begin pulsating, and your heart rate in beats per minute (BPM) will be displayed in the Heart Rate Window continuously. 4. Remove the heart rate strap, if you wish to remove your heart rate from the display. NOTE: The performance of the transmitter may be affected by body types, body oils, metal in clothing, and outside electrical inter- ference. Always be sure that the transmitter and skin are in good contact. Avoid operating other electrical equipment near your treadmill when you use the heart rate strap. STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 31

18. For units with scale system (ELITE), connect the cables 715-3595 and 715-3595 (tagged “TO LOAD CELL RIGHT” and “TO LOAD CELL LEFT”) directly to load cell cables 715-3667 RIGHT and 715-3667 LEFT. 7. Final Assembly Re-install the shroud over the motor compartment, and secure in place with the previously removed screws. Insert the four plastic buttons into the screw access holes at the bottom of the neck assembly. Securely tighten all hardware installed during assembly. If neces- sary, level your treadmill using the two adjustable feet under the tailroller. Loosen the lock nuts, rotate the feet until the treadmill is stabilized, and retighten the lock nuts. NOTE: Perform a visual inspection, and test the features and func- tions of the unit, prior to use. The weight scale system on your STAR TRAC ELITE Treadmill has undergone a detailed system calibration at our factory and does not require calibration after the unit has been removed from its original factory packaging. You have now completed the assembly of your STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL . 16 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL Step 6c Step 7a Step 7b

43. STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 41 Start Key : Updates (saves) the value of the displayed parameter in Flash memory. Alternatively, the key may be used (see below). Enter Key : Updates (saves) the value of the displayed parameter in Flash memory. Alternatively, the key may be used (see above). Number/Program Select Keys: Enter new data item values for numeric parameters. Stop Key : Exits Maintenance Settings Mode and restarts the treadmill greeting. The items that you may display and change with the previous keys are: Lowest Default Highest Item Value Value Value Meaning UNITS - English - English = units of pounds, miles, hours, minutes, seconds, feet, inches; Metric = units of kilograms, kilometers, hours, minutes, seconds, centimeters. MINIMUM 0.5/0.8 0.5/0.8 2.0/3.2 Minimum speed in mph (UNITS=English), or km/hr (UNITS=Metric). SPEED MAXIMUM 5.0/5.0 10.0/16.0 12.5/20.0 Maximum speed in mph (UNITS=English), or km/hr (UNITS=Metric). SPEED ELEVATION - ON - ON=Elevation function enabled. OFF=Elevation function disabled. TIME 5 99 99 Maximum time in minutes allowed for program, including warm-up. OPER HOURS 0 0 65,535 Total operating hours. DISTANCE 0 0 65,535 Total treadmill miles (UNITS=English), or km (UNITS=Metric). WEIGHT 0 155/70 500/226 Default (to user), typical weight in lb (UNITS=English), or kg (UNITS=Metric). SERIAL NO 0 0 65,535 Treadmill serial number. LANGUAGE - English - Language in English, Dutch, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Italian or Katakana. ENTRY - Units - Speed entry: First character is UNITS, or TENTHS. HEART RATE - BOTH - POLAR=polar receiver only CONTACT=hand contact only BOTH=polar receiver and hand contact METS - OFF - ON=METS display enabled. OFF=METS display disabled. PAUSE 30 45 120 Pause duration during a program, in seconds, either 30, 45, 60, 90 or 120. SCALE** - OFF - ON=Treadmill weight scale enabled. OFF=Treadmill weight scale disabled. INFRA RED - - OFF - ON=IR communication enabled. COM** OFF=IR communication disabled. CSAFE** - OFF - ON=CSAFE communication enabled. OFF=CSAFE communication disabled. FAN** - OFF - ON=Treadmill fan enabled. OFF=Treadmill fan disabled. AUTO STOP - OFF - ON=Auto stop feature enabled. OFF=Auto stop feature disabled. ENTERTAIN- - OFF - ON=Entertainment enabled. MENT OFF=Entertainment disabled. ACCELERA- 25 25 60 Time, in seconds, to reach maxmium speed from 0 mph (0 km/hr). TION TIME

14. 2. Installing the Neck Remove the four pre-installed neck mounting screws and washers from the motor shroud end of the frame assembly. Position the neck in place on the motor shroud end of the frame assembly, and re-install the four screws and washers to secure. 3. Removing the Motor Shroud Remove the 10-24 screws securing the motor shroud to the frame assembly, and lift the motor shroud off of the frame assembly. Retain the screws for use when re-installing the motor shroud. 4. Installing the Display Caution: To ensure proper routing of the display cables, it may be necessary to have one person support and position the display while a second person feeds the display cables through the neck assembly. With two people supporting the display, carefully feed the display cables into the neck. Reposition the display as needed during this step to ensure the display cables do not bunch or kink in the neck. Ensure the display cables feed completely through, and out the bottom, of the neck. 12 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL Step 2b Step 2a NECK MOUNTING SCREWS AND WASHERS Step 3 MOTOR SHROUD

7. M ESURES DE P RECAUTION Ces instructions sont destinées su propriétaire du TAPIS STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE . Assurez vous que votr personnel et vos adhérents les suivent toujours. STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 5 Encouragez vos adhérents à parler de leur programme d’en- traînement à un médecin ou un entraîneur, en particulier s’ils n’ont pas eu d’activité sportive pendant plusieurs années, s’ils ont plus de 35 ans ou s’ils ont des kilos superflus. Lisez le manuel avant fair fonctionner le tapis. Utilisez le tapis exclusivement aux fins don’t il est destiné. N’utilisez pas d’accessoires qui n’ont pas été recommandés par le fabricant. Attachez toujours vos lacets ets vêtements quand vous courez sur le tapis. Conserver la surface du tapis propre et sèche. Arrêtez si vous êtes pris de vertiges ou épuisé. Commencez toujours à une vitesse lente. Respectez les périodes d’échauffement et de récupération. Vérifier où se trouve l'interrupteur S TOP d'urgence et com- ment l'utiliser correctement. Entrez vos objectifs (voir chapitre 6). Complétez votre entraînement par un régime alimentaire. Suivez votre progrès grâce aux informations du tableau de bord. Essayez d’utiliser l’inclinaison afin de brûler plus de calories et de renforcer les muscles de membres inférieurs. Effectuez régulièrement l’entretien préventif du tapis. Mettez les fils électriques à l’abri de chaleur. Enlevez poussière, cheveux etc. de l’aération. Ne laissez pas d’enfants non-accompagnés sur le tapis. Une surveillance très stricte est néecessaire si des personnes invalides ou handicapées utilisent le tapis. Ne pas dépasser la charge maximum (226 kg) admise pour le tapis roulant. Ne laissez jamais le tapis sans surveillance s’il est branché. Débranchez le tapis si vous ne l’utilisez pas ou avant de mon- ter ou démonter des pièces. Ne pas porter de vêtements larges ou pendants lors de l'util- isation du tapis roulant. Utilisez le tapis uniquement avec des chaussures appropriées. Ne descendez pas ou ne montez pas sur un tapis qui est en fonction. N’utilisez ou ne stockez jamais le tapis à l’extérieur ou près d’une piscine. Ne laissez rien rentrer dans les ouvertures. Ne posez pas vos pieds sous l’appareil. Ne posez pas de bouteilles ou verres d’eau sur l’appareil sans être équipé avec le ( ) en option. N’utilisez pas le tapis dans les endroits ou des aérosols ou de l’oxygène ont été utilisés. Débranchez le tapis avant le nettoyage ou le changement de fusibles. N’enlevez pas de vis, ne modifiez pas l’appareil. Ne serrez pas trop fort la suface caoutchoutée. N’utilisez pas cet appareil si les fils ou la fiche sont endom- magés, s’il est tombé ou cassé. Appelez votre distributeur pour une révision ou réparation. ARRÊT (MISE HORS SERVICE) COURANT ALTERNATIF OUVRE FERME ON OFF I O ATTENTION: .LISEZ SOIGNEUSEMENT LE MANUEL D’UTILISATION AVANT D’UTILISER CE TAPIS ROULANT ATTENTION: DÉBRANCHEZ A LA SOURCE AVANT D’EFFCTUER UN ENTRETIEN DU UNE RÉPARATION ATTENTION: : CONTIENT DES PIECES MOBILES. GARDEZ LES MAINS ET LES PIEDS A L'ECART DE LA PARTIE INFERIEURE DU TAPIS ROULANT PENDANT SON FONCTIONNEMENT.

2. Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Chapter 1: Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Vieligheidsinstructies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Mesures de Precaution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Sicherheitsvorschriften . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Instruzioni di Sicurezza . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Instruções de Segurança . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Instrucciones de Seguridad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Sikkerhedsinstruktioner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Chapter 2: Assembly and Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Unpacking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Chapter 3: Operating Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Display Control Panel Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Hints and Tips for Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Quick Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Preset Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Training Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Cooldown Cycle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Calculation for VO2 Max . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Using the Cooling Fan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Using the Weight Scale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Heart Rate Monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Chapter 4: Training Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 The First Step to a Better Lifestyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Getting Started - Walkers and Runners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Climbing the Conditioning Ladder - Suggested Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 Program Variation on the PRO S / PRO / ELITE Treadmill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Tips to Stay Motivated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Chapter 5: Preventative Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Daily Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Weekly Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Bi-Weekly Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Monthly Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Rewax Belt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Chapter 6: Engineering and Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Manager Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Maintenance Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Calibrate Scale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Speed Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Elevation Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Chapter 7: Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Chapter 8: Regulatory Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 FCC and Other Domestic / International Regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 International Regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 I STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL T ABLE OF C ONTENTS

6. P RECAUTIONS These safety notes are directed to you as the owner of the STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL . For safety pur- poses, please train all your members and fitness staff to follow these safety instructions. 4 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL DO Do encourage your members to discuss their health program or fitness regimen with a health care professional, especially if they have not exercised for several years, are over 35, or have known health conditions. Do read all instructions in this manual before using your treadmill. Do use your treadmill only for its intended use, as described in this manual. Do check to ensure the belt is not moving prior to using the treadmill. Do keep the belt surface clean and dry. Do stop operating your treadmill if you feel dizzy, faint or exhausted. Do exercise slowly until you reach a level of comfort and secu- rity. Do be aware of the location and proper use of the emergency S TOP key. Do perform regular preventive maintenance as suggested in the manual. Do keep the electrical cord away from sources of excessive heat. Do keep the treadmill air openings free of lint, hair, etc. Do unplug your treadmill before doing any maintenance or cleaning. Do warm up and cool down before and after each workout. Do set your goals (see Getting Started in Chapter 6). Do complement your walking, jogging, and running with a nutritious diet. Do try charting your progress using the feedback from your treadmill. Do try using the incline feature to burn more calories and strengthen your lower-body muscles. DO NOT Do not let children operate your treadmill. Supervise invalids or disabled persons who use your treadmill. Do not exceed the maximum allowable weight limit (500 lbs. / 226 kg) for the treadmill. Do not leave your treadmill unattended when it is plugged in. Unplug it from the outlet when it is not in use, and before you remove or replace any parts or accessories. Do not use your treadmill without athletic shoes. Do not wear loose or hanging clothing while using the tread- mill. Do not step or jump on or off your treadmill if the belt is mov- ing. Do not use or store your treadmill outdoors or in an enclosed pool environment. Do not ever drop or insert any object, hands, or feet into any opening, or underneath this equipment. Do not place water bottles or cups on your treadmill unless you are using the designed holders for the treadmill. Do not use your treadmill where aerosol (spray) products are being used or where oxygen is being administered. Do not use attachments or parts not recommended by the manufacturer. Do not run the equipment with the motor shroud removed, or modify the equipment in any way. Do not overtighten the running belt. Do not operate your treadmill if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, if it has been dropped or damaged, or if the display shows an error code. Call your deal- er or Star Trac at (800) 503-1221, or USA 1-714-669-1660 for service. STOP (OF ACTION) ALTERNATING CURRENT ON OFF ON OFF I O CAUTION: READ THE OWNER’S MANUAL COM- PLETELY BEFORE OPERATING THIS TREAD- MILL CAUTION: BEFORE CLEANING OR SERVICING, DISCONNECT POWER SUPPLY CAUTION: MOVING PARTS, KEEP HANDS AND FEET FROM UNDER THE TREADMILL WHEN OPERATING

3. Welcome to the world of STAR TRAC . This Owner’s Manual will acquaint you with the assembly, operation and maintenance of your STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL , so that you may begin reaching your fitness goals. The PRO S / PRO / ELITE Treadmills provide the most comprehensive integration of user needs with the Club’s needs in the Club’s most used cardio vascular product, the Treadmill. Users will appreciate the multifunctional display of the Pro series for its sty le and utility. With a Walkman ® rest, reading rack, bottle holder and towel hanger stylishly integrated into the display, it is obvious that the design was generated with the user in mind. Further, the simplicity of these programmable treadmills understates their usability and feature-rich design. We highly recommend that you read this owner’s manual prior to setting up and using your treadmill. The information on the fol- lowing pages will enable you to begin easily, quickly and safely. I NTRODUCTION STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 1 WARNING Your STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL is designed for aerobic exercise in a gymnasium or health club environment. Please check with your physician prior to beginning any exercise program. Do not push yourself to excess. Stop if you are feeling faint, dizzy, or exhausted. Use common sense when walking or running on treadmill. Please read the owner’s manual in its entirety before operating the treadmill. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS WARNING This product will be wired for either 120 VAC nominal power input OR 230 VAC nominal input. It is factory-equipped with a specific electric cord and plug to permit connection to the proper electric circuit. Make sure that the product is connected to a dedicated power line having an outlet with the same configuration as that of the plug. NO adapter should be used with this product. If the product must be reconnected for use on a different type of electric circuit, the reconnection should be made by qualified service personnel. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS ATTENTION Star Trac recommends that treadmills be spaced a minimum of 20.0 inches (0.5 m) apart to allow safe and easy ingress and egress. More importantly, there must be at least 48 inc hes (1.25 m) of free space behind the treadmills . As with any motorized equipment, the area where treadmills are located must be free of obstructions and fixtures with sharp edges to prevent injury in the event that a user trips or loses balance and falls. DO NOT place tread- mill near wet areas (such as pools, showers, etc.). NOTE The STAR TRAC Elite treadmills are equipped with a system of measuring a user’s static weight. By no means is this system to be considered for use in trade, or for medical application.

39. STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 37 ADJUSTMENTS The running belt and its headroller, drive belt, tailroller, and running deck are designed to be self-centering, slip-free, and smoo th- operating without the need for frequent adjustments. Running belt sideward movement, slipping, or grinding after extended use, or thumping during initial use, may be corrected by the following procedures: Change Sideward Movement to TRACKING: If the running belt is not centered on the tailroller and is either too far left or right, adjust tracking using the following steps: 1. Turn the treadmill on. Increase treadmill speed to 3.0 mph (5.0 kph). 2. Adjust tracking by adjusting the tailroller Allen screws (located at the back sides of the tailroller) with a 1/4" Allen wrench in 1/4-turn increments. If the running belt is tracking to the left, adjust the running belt to track to the right. Tighten the left tailroller Allen screw by turning clockwise, or loosen the right tailroller bolt by turning counter-clockwise. If the running belt is tracking to the right, adjust the running belt to track to the left. Tighten the right tailroller Allen screw by turning clockwise or loosen the left tailroller bolt by turning counter-clockwise. 3. After the running belt appears to be tracking properly, increase the tread- mill speed to 10.0 mph (16.0 kph) and verify that the belt stays centered. Slipping-Running Belt: Remove the motor shroud and operate the treadmill slowly at 1 to 2 mph (2 to 3 kph). While observing the headroller, walk on the belt and try to slow it down by gently applying pressure with your feet while holding the handrails. If only the running belt, and not the headroller, slows down, tighten the running belt by turning both the right and left tailroller adjustment bolts clockwise 1/4-turn. Repeat this adjustment until the running belt no longer slips, ensuring that you turn both tailroller bolts an equal number of turns. Re-install the motor shroud. If the headroller and the running belt both slow down, tig ht- en the drive belt as described under “Slipping-Drive Belt”, below. Slipping-Driver Belt: Adjust the treadmill incline to 5% to provide clearance underneath. Set the ON/OFF switch to the OFF position and unplug the treadmill. Remove the motor shroud. With a 1/2" socket wrench, loosen the four motor bolts. Use the socket wrench to adjust the tension bolt in the middle of the motor brack- et 1/4-turn clockwise, stretching the drive belt. Tighten the motor bolts and re- install the motor shroud. Plug the treadmill in, turn it on, and test for slipping as described under “Slipping-Running Belt”, above. Repeat this step as necessary. Thumping: Turn the treadmill off. Turn the right and left tailroller adjustment bolts counter-clockwise with the 1/4" Allen wrench until the running belt is loose. Note the number of times each bolt is turned. Remove excess accumulated running deck wax from the tailroller with a credit card, a putty knife, or other flexible plas- tic implement. Tighten the running belt by turning the adjustment bolts clockwise the same number of turns as they were loosened. Turn the treadmill on and check for sideward movement and/or slipping of the running belt. Tighten the tailroller adjustment bolts further, if necessary, in 1/4-turn increments. NOTE: Thumping will not occur on the PRO and ELITE models as they are equipped with a waxless belt and deck system. REWAX BELT (P RO S O NLY ) CAUTION: Do no rewax the belt on your PRO or ELITE Treadmill, as these models are equipped with a waxless belt and deck system. Periodic running belt rewaxing virtually eliminates belt down time, and maximizes the life of the belt. Whenever the present dis- tance is 2000 miles (or 3000 km) more than the LAST DECK (last deck service), the start-up display will scroll REWAX BELT. This is a reminder to have your maintenance or service provider perform the 5-minute belt rewaxing procedure at your conven- ience. (Immediate service is not required). Wax is included with the PRO S treadmill. TOOLS & MATERIALS Bottle of Wax Powder (1) Clean Towel (1) Paint Stick or Ruler (1) Diluted All-purpose Cleaner (409), or Bristle Brush

4. This chapter includes fitness safeguards and precautions for the installation and use of the Pro S / Pro / Elite Treadmill. Thes e safety notes are directed to you as the owner of the Star Trac Pro S / Pro / Elite Treadmill. Please read this chapter carefully before installing or using your equipment and be sure to train all your members and fitness staff to follow these safety instructions. Safety instructions are provided in the following languages (in the order shown): n Dutch n English n French n German n Italian n Portuguese n Spanish n Swedish S AFETY I NSTRUCTIONS C HAPTER 1 2 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL

29. 5. You are prompted to enter your gender. n Press the key for “Male”; press the key for “Female.” n When your correct gender has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value and advance to the next parameter. 6. You are prompted to enter your age. n You may enter any age from 1 to 99 years. n You can enter your age using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter the desired age. n You can press the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease your age in 1 year increments. n When your correct age has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value and advance to the next parameter. 7. You are prompted with your maximum heart rate limit. n The treadmill displays a default upper heart rate limit based on 75% of your theoretical maximum heart rate (220 BPM - age). You cannot enter a new maximum heart rate. 8. The Information Window displays the mes- sage “BEGIN WARMUP AT 3.0 MPH AND 00% INCLINE FOR 3 MINUTES.” Press the S TART or key to continue. You are prompted with a 3 second countdown, then the treadmill begins the program. 9. At 2 minutes and 30 seconds into the warmup, the Information Window displays the message “TEST BEGINS AT 4.5 MPH AND 0% INCLINE, AND INCREASES IN 1-MINUTE STAGES.” followed by “TEST IS COMPLETE WHEN YOUR HR EXCEED ### (your maximum heart rate) FOR MORE THAN 15 SECONDS.” During the test, you MAY NOT adjust treadmill speed or incline, and you MAY NOT pause the program. If your heart rate exceeds your entered maximum heart rate for more than 15 seconds, the test will ter- minate automatically. 10. If desired, you can use the personal cooling fan during the F IT T EST (see “Using the Cooling Fan” for details). 11. When you have reached your workout goal, the treadmill will enter the Cooldown cycle (see “Cooldown Cycle” for more information). If you wish to exit your program before you have reached your workout goal, press the S TOP key twice. The treadmill will slow to a stop. (Press the S TOP key once during a Pause to exit the program.) Use the accompanying “Submaximal Treadmill Evaluation Conversion Table” to determine your score based on your Converted VO2 max (see “Calculation for VO2 Max” for more information). STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 27 SUBMAXIMAL TREADMILL EVALUATION CONVERSION TABLE Stage Time (begin) Time (end) Converted VO2max Speed (mph) Grade (%) 1 0:00 1:00 31.15 4.5 0 2.1 1:00 1:15 32.55 4.5 2 2.2 1:15 1:30 33.6 2.3 1:30 1:45 34.65 2.4 1:45 2:00 35.35 3.1 2:00 2:15 37.45 5.0 2 3.2 2:15 2:30 39.55 3.3 2:30 2:45 41.3 3.4 2:45 3:00 43.4 4.1 3:00 3:15 44.1 5.0 4 4.2 3:15 3:30 45.15 4.3 3:30 3:45 46.2 4.4 3:45 4:00 46.5 5.1 4:00 4:15 48.6 5.5 4 5.2 4:15 4:30 50 5.3 4:30 4:45 51.4 5.4 4:45 5:00 52.8 6.1 5:00 5:15 53.9 5.5 6 6.2 5:15 5:30 54.9 6.3 5:30 5:45 56 6.4 5:45 6:00 57 7.1 6:00 6:15 57.7 6.0 6 7.2 6:15 6:30 58.8 7.3 6:30 6:45 60.2 7.4 6:45 7:00 61.2 8.1 7:00 7:15 62.3 6.0 8 8.2 7:15 7:30 63.3 8.3 7:30 7:45 64 8.4 7:45 8:00 65 9.1 8:00 8:15 66.5 6.5 8 9.2 8:15 8:30 68.2 9.3 8:30 8:45 69 9.4 8:45 9:00 70.7 10.1 9:00 9:15 72.1 6.5 10 10.2 9:15 9:30 73.1 10.3 9:30 9:45 73.8 10.4 9:45 10:00 74.9 11.1 10:00 10:15 76.3 10 11.2 10:15 10:30 77 11.3 10:30 10:45 79.1 11.4 10:45 11:00 80

44. 42 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL Lowest Default Highest Item Value Value Value Meaning DECELERA- 20 20 60 Time, in seconds, to reach 0 mph (0 km/hr) from maximum speed. TION TIME LOCK OUT - OFF - ON=Treadmill lock out enabled. OFF=Treadmill lock out disabled. LOCKOUT ID 10000 12345 65535 Treadmill lockout ID. RAIL STOP - OFF - ON=Enables handrail stop switch. OFF=Disables handrail stop switch. 10 REV 220 307 740 Tenths of inches of running belt travel for 10 flywheel revolutions, always measured in tenths of inches. Nominal values are: n 1.6" pulley: 275 n 1.7" pulley: 291 n 1.8" pulley: 307 n 2.1" pulley: 358 CNT/REV 31 31 125 Number of counts for each motor shaft revolution. Values are: n RPM sensor at flywheel notches: 31 n RPM sensor at motor shaft optical disk: 125 MINIMUM 4 60 110 Pulse duty cycle to obtain the selected MN SPD. Divide MN PWM by 512 to PWM get % duty cycle. 1/2 MAXIMUM 50 260 340 Pulse duty cycle to obtain 1/2 maximum speed. Divide 1/2 MX by 512 to get % duty cycle. MAXIMUM 172 460 511 Pulse duty cycle to obtain the selected MX Spd. Divide MX PWM by 512 to get PWM % duty cycle. PERSON 1 150 150 NEED DESCRIPTION FOR THIS FUNCTION DETECT 1 PERSON 1 150 150 NEED DESCRIPTION FOR THIS FUNCTION DETECT 2 PERSON 1 150 150 NEED DESCRIPTION FOR THIS FUNCTION DETECT 3 DATE 1.00 1.98 12.99 Treadmill manufacture date. NO RAIL 0 0 65,535 Number of times Hand Rail Stop switch was down or disconnected on power- STOP up since last reset. KEY DOWN 0 0 65,535 Number of times key other than 5 or 8 was down on power-up since last reset. SPEED CHG 0 0 65,535 Number of times speed changed suddenly more than 2 mph (UNITS=English) or 2 km/hr (UNITS=Metric) since last reset. ELEV STALL 0 0 65,535 Number of times elevation failed to change (stalled) since last reset. ELEV RANGE 0 0 65,535 Number of times elevation was out of range (not between 0% and 15%) at power-up since last reset. ELEV LOST 0 0 65,535 After pressing S TART and reaching 0% reset, the number of times elevation went beyond 0% to 15%, since last reset. CHECK 0 0 65,535 Number of times the motor system was inoperable. MOTOR SYS CHECK 0 0 65,535 Number of times the speed system was inoperable. SPEED SYS ELEVATION 175 240 242 Representation of voltage to elevation motor to obtain 0% elevation. Multiply ZERO ELEV ZERO by 0.019608 to get actual voltage.

36. PROGRAM VARIATION ON THE PRO S/PRO/ELITE TREADMILL Everyone can benefit from using treadmills because walking, jogging, and running provide results. The Star Trac PRO S / PRO / ELITE Treadmill gives you infinite workout possibilities. Here are some suggested programs for the deconditioned, average and ath- letic users. Deconditioned (beginning) Exercisers This group, which includes the overweight, cardiac rehabilitated and the senior population, requires more personal attention and one-on-one feedback for motivation rather than fancy programs built into the treadmill. Keeping everything simple is key. Before starting to exercise, becoming acquainted with basic treadmill features, including emergency stop button helps to make the exer- cise experience more fulfilling. The Quick Start program is a great place to start. The user, at all times has control of his/her work- out, and all basic information feedback is provided. Another program recommended for this group is the Heart Training program. This program is great for learning how the heart rate responds to various levels of intensity. However, knowing one’s target trai n- ing range is necessary to operate this program. Starting speed for this group ranges from 2.0 to 3.0 mph. The incline shouldn’t exceed 5% elevation unless instructed differently by a fitness professional. Progression of intensity and time is gradual (weekl y) and frequency progress may not occur until after 4 weeks. Average Exercisers This group is classified by those who live somewhat active lifestyles (exercising about twice a week) or fit into the age categ ory of 18-35. Confidence levels from this group are higher than the deconditioned group, therefore the willingness to try new or more advanced programs is greater. While most tend to enter immediately into a quick start, encouraging use of other programs may keep participation consistent and workouts more alive. The Forest Walk, Trailblazer or Alpine Pass offer great variations that make good use of incline, making a running or walking workout more interesting and challenging. The heart rate programs are a good way to monitor and challenge intensity ranges, which is great for achieving results in a cardiovascular endurance program. Starting speed for this group ranges from about 3.0 to 3.5 mph. Typically, exercisers in this category will not use elevation, how - ever, it is strongly encouraged for varied intensity and variability. Exercisers in this category may not be comfortable exceedin g 10% incline. Progression of intensity and time is gradual (weekly) and frequency progress may not occur until after 4 weeks. 34 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL Program I: Week Heart Rate (%) Duration (minutes) Workouts per Week 1,2 60 to 65 15 3 3,4 60 to 65 15 3 5,6 60 to 65 15 3 Program II: Week Heart Rate (%) Duration (minutes) Workouts per Week 1,2 65 to 70 20 3 3,4 65 to 70 20 3 5,6 65 to 70 20 3 Program III: Week Heart Rate (%) Duration (minutes) Workouts per Week 1,2 70 to 75 20 4 3,4 70 to 75 25 4 5,6 70 to 75 25 4 Program IV: Week Heart Rate (%) Duration (minutes) Workouts per Week 1,2 75 to 80 25 4 3,4 75 to 80 25 4 5,6 75 to 80 30 4 Program V: Week Heart Rate (%) Duration (minutes) Workouts per Week 1,2 80 to 85 30 4 3,4 80 to 85 35 4 5,6 80 to 85 35 4

40. PROCEDURE Apply wax powder while belt & deck are still warm (5 minutes minimum use) for optimum benefit. 1. CAUTION: TURN TREADMILL POWER OFF AND UNPLUG THE POWER CORD BEFORE REWAXING THE BELT. 2. CLEAN DECK & BELT: A. Using the paint stick or ruler, slide a towel under the middle of the belt from one side of the frame to the other. B. Hold the edges of the towel; pull to the tailroller; pull to the headroller; then pull the belt down to wipe the remaining belt. TIP: Fold the dirty towel and shake into trash. 3. LIFT BELT: Lift the left side (facing display) of the belt, about 12 inches down from the motor shroud (see figure). Hold the belt up to elevate the belt from the deck. 4. SPREAD WAX: Flip the nozzle on the cap of the wax bottle. Point the nozzle at the deck. Be sure that the bottle is tilted at a downward angle. Squeeze the wax bottle twice between the running belt and the deck. TIP: Gently shake the bottle between each squeeze. 5. Repeat steps 3 and 4, about 18 inches from the end of the deck. 6. Repeat steps 3 through 5, on the right side of the belt/deck. 7. WALK: Plug in the treadmill. Turn the treadmill ON/OFF switch to the ON position. Start the treadmill at 1 mph and walk on all sections of the belt and deck for 1 minute to ensure the wax has been evenly distributed and worked-in properly. 8. CLEANUP: Turn the treadmill power OFF . Remove any excess wax with diluted cleaner (409) and towel. TIP: Blow away extra wax first (like dust), then wipe. 9. DISPLAY UPDATE: Update the LAST DECK service mileage to remove the REWAX BELT message. A. Power ON the treadmill. B. Enter MAINTENANCE SETTINGS (see Chapter 8). C. Press the INCLINE DOWN key until the Information Window reads LAST DECK. D. Use the 0 ~ 9 keys to enter the present treadmill distance. E. Press the S TART key to enter and update the display. F. Press the S TOP key to exit MAINTENANCE SETTINGS. 38 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL

42. * When the MINIMUM SPD or MAXIMUM SPD parameters are changed, the Treadmill will perform an auto calibration. To ter- minate the auto calibration and return the parameter to its default setting, press the S TOP key. ** Available on Pro / Elite Treadmills only. MAINTENANCE MODE Your Service Representative may need to check accumulated data about the past usage of your treadmill, test its motor and dis- play controls, or investigate error messages. For these reasons, your treadmill is equipped with Maintenance Mode. Maintenance Mode includes all of the items available through Manager Mode, plus additional items for Service and Diagnostic use. To enter Maintenance Mode: 1. Press and hold the , , and S TART keys together. 2. Release the key. 3. A beep will sound and “MAINTENANCE MODE” will display momentarily in the Information Window. 4. Release the remaining keys. “UNITS” will display in the Information Window. The following keys are available in MAINTENANCE MODE: Incline Keys : Displays the next and previous parameter, respectively. Keys will repeat if held. Speed Keys : Adjust the value of the displayed parameter up and down, respectively, in increments of 1 unit or 0.01 unit, as appropriate for the parameter. These keys do not save the new value - see Start Key and Key below. 2 2 0 40 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL Lowest Default Highest Item Value Value Value Meaning ENTRY - Units - Speed entry: First character is UNITS, or TENTHS. METS - OFF - ON=METS display enabled. OFF=METS display disabled. PAUSE 30 45 120 Pause duration during a program, in seconds, either 30, 45, 60, 90 or 120. SCALE** - OFF - ON=Treadmill weight scale enabled. OFF=Treadmill weight scale disabled. INFRA RED - OFF - ON=IR communication enabled. COM** OFF=IR communication disabled. CSAFE** - OFF - ON=CSAFE communication enabled. OFF=CSAFE communication disabled. FAN** - OFF - ON=Treadmill fan enabled. OFF=Treadmill fan disabled. AUTO STOP - OFF - ON=Auto stop feature enabled. OFF=Auto stop feature disabled. ENTERTAIN- - OFF - This feature is currently unavailable. MENT ACCELERA- 25 25 60 Time, in seconds, to reach maxmium speed from 0 mph (0 km/hr). TION TIME DECELERA- 20 20 60 Time, in seconds, to reach 0 mph (0 km/hr) from maximum speed. TION TIME LOCK OUT - OFF - ON=Treadmill lock out enabled. OFF=Treadmill lock out disabled. LOCKOUT ID 10000 12345 65535 Treadmill lockout ID. RAIL STOP - OFF - ON=Enables handrail stop switch. OFF=Disables handrail stop switch.

10. I NSTRUÇÕES DE S EGURANÇA Estas observações de segurança destinam-se à você, proprietário de ESTEIRA STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE . Treine todos os membros e funcionários que utilizarão o equipamento para que sigam estas instruções de segurança. LEIA TODAS AS INSTRUÇÕES ANTES DE USAR SUA ESTEIRA ADVERTÊNCIA: para reduzir os rescos de choque elétrico, SEMPRE desconecte a esteira da tomada antes de limpá-la 8 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL ADVERTÊNCIA Este produto deve ser usado em um circuito com tensão nominal de 220 volts. Ele foi fabricado com um cabo de ali- mentação e plugue específicos para permitir a sua conexão com um circuito elétrico apropriado. Certifique-se de que o produto esteja conectado a uma tomada com as mesmas configurações do plugue. NÃO UTILIZE ADAPTA- DORES PARA ESTE PRODUTO. Se for necessário reconectar a produto para utilização em um tipo diferente de circuito elétrico, este procedimento deverá ser executado por pessoal qualificado. Pare de usar a esteira se você se sentir fraco ou com tontura. Conserve a superfície da correia limpa e seca. Reconheça seus limites. Desconecte a esteira da tomada antes de limpá-la ou antes de remover ou substituir qualquer peça. Utilize este equipamento única e exclusivament para o seu devido fim. Informe-se sobre a posição e o uso adequado da chave de emergência S TOP . Faça manutenção preventiva regularmente. Mantenha o fio afastado de superfícies aquecidas. Espere até que a esteira esteja completamente parada antes de descer do aparelho. Mantenha as saídas de ar desobstruídas de fiapos de tecidos, cabelos e outros objetos. Nunca opere a esteira coma as saídas de ar bloqueadas. Desligue o aparelho com o interruptor de força. Não permita que crianças operem a esteira sem supervisão de um adulto. Não ultrapasse o limite de peso máximo permitido (226 kg) especificado na esteira. Não suba ou desça da esteira enquanto ela estiver em movi- mento. Não use roupas folgadas enquanto estiver utilizando a esteira. Não utilize a esteira ao ar livre. Não estique demais o tapete da esteira. Não opere esta esteira se o cabo de alimentação ou o plugue da tomada estiverem danificados, se ela não estiver funcio- nando perfeitamente ou se tiver sofrido queda ou danos. Procure seu revendedor autorizado STAR TRAC ou o depar- tamento de assistência técnica STAR TRAC pelo telefone 1 714 669 1660 ou acesse nosso “web site” no endereço http://www.startrac.com para fazer uma consulta ou conserto imediato. Não utilize a esteira sem calçar tênis. Não deixe cair nem introduza nenhum objeto, as mãos ou pés em nenhuma abertura do equipamento ou debaixo deste. Não coloque garrafas d’água nem copos na esteira se não estiver utilizando o devido acessório projetado para esse fim. Não utilize a esteira onde estejam sendo usados produtos de aerosol (spray) ou em lugares onde esteja sendo administrado oxigênio. Não opere o equipamento com a tampa do motor removida nem faça nenhuma modificação no equipamento. PARE (A AÇÃO) CORRENTE ALTERNADA I LIGAR O DESLIGAR ON OFF I O ATTENÇÃO: ANTES DE LIMPAR OU FAZER MANUTENÇÃO, DESCONECTE O APARELHO DA TOMA DA ATTENÇÃO: LEIA O MANUAL DE INSTRUÇÕES ANTES DE OPERAR A ESTEIRA CUIDADO: PROTEJA AS MÃOS E OS PÉS AO MOVER PEÇAS COM A ESTEIRA EM FUNCIONA- MENTO.

12. S IKKERHEDSINSTRUKTIONER Disse sikkerhedsbemærkninger henvendes til ejeren af STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE-TRÆDEMØLLEN. Sørg venligst for, at alle medlemmer og alt kondipersonale kender og følger disse sikkerhedsregler. LÆS ALLE INSTRUKTIONERNE, FØR DU BRUGER DIN TRÆDEMØLLE. ADVARSEL: For at mindske risikoen for at få elektrisk stød, skal du ALTID trække trædemøllens stik ud af kontakten, før du gør den ren. 10 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL ADVARSEL Dette produkt er beregnet til brug i forbindelse med et el-net med nominel effekt på 220 volt. Det leveres med særlig ledning og stik fra fabrikken, som kun passer til den korrekte type el-net. Sørg for, at produktet er sat til en stikkontakt, som har samme konfiguration som stikket. DER MÅ IKKE BRUGES ADAPTER TIL DETTE PRO- DUKT. Hvis produktet absolut skal omstilles til en anden slags el-net, skal omstillingen foretages af kvalificeret servicepersonale. SKAL Stig af trædemøllen, hvis du bliver mat i kroppen eller svim- mel. Kend dine begrænsninger. Håll löpbandets yta torr och ren. Træk trædemøllens stik ud af kontakten, før du gør den ren, eller fjerner eller udskifter en del. Brug kun produktet til det formål, det er beregnet til. Foretag forebyggende vedligeholdelse med regelmæssige mellemrum. Tänk på placeringen av löpbandet samt att du endast använ- der nödknappen S TOP när det är nödvändigt. Holdledningen fri af varmeanlæg. Vent til løbebåndet standser, før du stiger af trædemøllen. Hold ventilationsåbningerne fri for fnug, hår og lignende. Brug aldrig trædemøllen med blokerede luftventilationsåb- ninger. Sluk for elektriciteten på afbryderkontakten. MÅ IKKE Tillad ikke børn uden opsyn at bruge trædemøllen. Överstig inte maximalt tillåtna vikt (226 kg) för löpbandet. Stig ikke på eller af trædemøllen, mens den kører. Bär inga löst hängande kläder som kan fastna när du använ- der löpbandet. Brug ikke trædemøllen udendørs. Stram ikke løbebåndet for meget. Brug ikke trædemøllen, hvis ledningen eller stikket er beskadiget, hvis trædemøllen ikke fungerer rigtigt, eller hvis den er faldet ned eller væltet og er blevet beskadiget. Kontakt den autoreserede STAR TRAC , forhandler eller serviceafde- lingen hos STAR TRAC Ring på +1 71 46 69 1660 eller du kan få fat i os på vores web-site: http://www.startrac.com for øjeblikkeligt eftersyn eller reperation. Brug ikke trædemøllen uden kondisko. Undgå at tabe eller at stikke genstande, hænder eller fødder ind i en åbning i eller under udstyret. Stil ikke vandflasker eller kopper på trædemøllen, medmin- dre du har dertil beregnet tilbehør, som er specielt designet til trædemøllen. Brug ikke trædemøllen på steder, hvor der bruges aerosolprodukter (spray), eller hvor der administreres ilt. Udstyret må ikke køre uden motorafskærmning, og det er ikke tilladt at ændre udstyret på nogen måde. STOP (AF FUNKTION) VEKSELSTRØM TÆND SLUK ON OFF I O FORSIGTIG: AFBRYD EL-KABLET, FØR DU GØR RENT ELLER SERVICERER. FORSIGTIG: LÆS INSTRUKTIONSHÅNDBOGEN FØR BRUG FORSIGTIG: RÖRLIGA DELAR - LÅT INGA HÄNDER ELLER FÖTTER BEFINNA SIG UNDER LÖPBANDET NÄR DET ÄR IGÅNG

13. UNPACKING Remove all parts from the shipping crate and verify that the following parts were included in your shipment: Description Qty. Frame Assembly w/ Motor Shroud . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Top Rail with Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Neck . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Side Rail w/ S TOP Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Side Rail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Button, Plastic** . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Screw, Button Head Socket Cap, 1/4”-28 UNC x 3/8”** . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Screw, Socket Head Cap, 5/16”-18 UNC x 1.0”* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Bolt, Hex-head, 5/16”-18 UNC_ x 3.0”** . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Washer, Flat, 5/16” I.D. x 1.5" O.D.** . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Washer, Flat, 5/16” I.D. x 1.2” O.D.** . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Washer, Split Lock, 5/16”** . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Screw, 5/16”-18 x 7.5”** . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Hex (Allen) key, 1/4”** . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Hex (Allen) key, 5/32”** . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Screwdriver, Phillips, #2** . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Screwdriver (blade-tip), 3/32”** . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Owner’s Manual with Warranty Registration Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 *Pre-inserted into frame assembly **Part of included STAR TRAC tool kit. Should any component not be present or if you have any operational questions, please call Star Trac’s Service department at (800 ) 503-1221 or USA 1-714-669-1660. Specifically refer to your treadmill serial number and model number listed below: Serial No._________________________________________________________________________ Model No._________________________________________________________________________ NOTE : The following assembly procedure applies to the PRO S, PRO and ELITE Treadmills. Illustrations show the ELITE Treadmill only. ASSEMBLY The following tools are required for assembly: Hex (Allen) Key, 1/4”; Hex (Allen) Key, 5/32”; Screwdriver, Phillips; Wrench, 1/2” (not provided). To assemble your STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL , just follow these steps. NOTE : Don’t fully tighten bolts and screws until all parts are assembled. 1. Unpacking and Positioning the Frame Assembly Remove all the packaging material so the treadmill is sitting, ready for assembly, on the shipping crate platform. With a helper, lift the treadmill frame assembly from the shipping crate platform and place it in the location where it will be used. Make sure the unit is placed near a power outlet. Caution: The motor shroud end of the frame assembly is very heavy. Two people may be needed to lift this end when moving the frame assembly. A SSEMBLY AND S ETUP C HAPTER 2 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 11 Step 1

8. S ICHERHEITSVORSCHRIFTEN Diese Sicherheitshinweise sind an Sie, den Besitzer des Laufbandes STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE , gerichtet. Bitte weisen Sie Ihre Mitglieder und Ihre Fitneß-Mitarbeiter an, sich an die folgenden Sicherheitsvorschriften zu halten. LESEN SIE ALLE ANWEISUNGEN VOR DER BENUTZUNG DEL LAUFBANDES. WARNUNG: Um das Risiko eines elektrischen Schlages zu vermeiden, nehmen Sie den Stecker des Laufbands vor dem Reinigen IMMER aus der Netzsteckdose. 6 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL WARNUNG Dieses Produkt ist für den Gebrauch an einer passenden Netzsteckdose mit 220 Volt Spannung bestimmt und werkseit- ig mit einer dafür vorgesehenen Netzleitung und einem Netzstecker ausgerüstet. Stellen Sie sicher, daß das Gerät nur an einem Anschluß mit gleicher Bauart wie der Stecker angeschlossen wird. VERWENDEN SIE DEINEN ADAPTER FÜR DEN BETRIEB DES PRO / PRO S. Wenn das Gerät zum Betrieb an einem anderen Stromnetz auf einen anderen Netzstecker umgerüstet werden muß, sollte die Umrüstung durch einen qualifizierten Elektriker durchgeführt werden. SIE SOLLTEN... Die Benutzung des Laufbandes beenden, wenn Schwindel oder Benommenheit aufritt. Au Ihre Grenzen denken. Das Laufband vor jeglichen Wartungsund Reinigungsarbeiten abschalten. Das Gerät nur für den vorgesehenen Verwendungszweck benutzen. Halten Sie die Oberfläche des Bandes sauber und trocken. Informieren Sie sich über den Ort und die korrekte Verwendung des Stoppschalters für den Notfall. Regelmäßige vorbeugende Wartungsarbeiten durchführen. Die elektrischen Leitungen von Wärmequellen fernhalten. Den Stillstand des Laufriemens abwarten, bevor Sie das Laufband auseinanderbauen. Die Lüftungsöffnungen frei von Staub, Haaren und Ähn- lichem halten. Das Laufband niemals mit verdeckten Lüftungsschlitzen betreiben. Die Stromversorgung immer am Netzschalter abschalten. SIE SOLLTEN NIEMALS... Kinder das Laufband unbeausfsichtigt benutzen lassen. Achten Sie darauf, die Höchstgewichtsgrenze (226 kg) für das Laufband nicht zu überschreiten. Schutzvorrichtungen entfernen oder das Gerät umbauen. Tragen Sie keine lockere oder herabhängende Kleidung, wenn Sie das Laufband benutzen. Das Gerät im Freien benutzen. Den Laufriemen überspannen. Das Laufband mit beschädigter Netzleitung betreiben, wenn es nicht richtig funktioniert, heruntergefallen ist oder beschädigt wurde. Für sofortige Reparaturunterstützung kontaktieren Sie einen autorisierten Händler oder den Kundendienst von STAR TRAC telefonisch unter +1 714 669 1660, bzw. Benutzen Sie unsere Web-Seite unter http://www.startrac.com. Das Laufband ohne die passenden Sportschuhe benutzen. Gegenstände in eine Öffnung am Gerät hineinfallen lassen. Gegenstände, Hände oder Füße in eine Öffnung am Gerät stecken oder diese unter das Gerät legen. Wasserflaschen oder Trinkbecher auf das Laufband stellen, es sei denn, Sie haben ein speziell für diesen Zweck und für dieses Laufband gedachtes Zubehörteil. Das Laufband in Räumlichkeiten benutzen, in denen Produkte in Aerosoldosen (Sprays) angewandt werden oder in denen Sauerstoff verabreicht wird. Das Laufband mit abgenommener Motorabdeckung laufen lassen, oder das Gerät auf irgendeine Art und Weise verändern. BEDIENUNG UNTERBRECHEN WECHSELSTROM EIN AUS ON OFF I O ACHTUNG: GERÄT VOR DEM REINIGEN ODER WARTEN VON DER STROMVERSORGUNG TREN- NEN ACHTUNG: VOR DER BENUTZUNG SICHER- HEITSVORCHRIFTEN LESEN VORSICHT: BEWEGLICHE TEILE - BEI BETRIEB HÄNDE UND FÜSSE VOM BEREICH UNTERHALB DES LAUFBANDES FERN HALTEN

37. STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 35 Athletic Exercisers The Manual program is ideal for speed training, or anaerobic training. If competition is an interest, the 5K and 10K runs offer th e user a route to follow and a means to monitor progress. While many of the programs include a warm-up phase, in the Manual Program make sure a warm-up and cool-down period is factored in. If you are doing a running workout, a good starting speed is 5.0 mph. If you are doing a walking or jogging workout, a good starting speed is 3.8 mph. Target Training Chart Use the following table for a quick glance at your target training zone for both heart rate and rate of perceived exertion. TIPS TO STAY MOTIVATED Set Goals and Reward yourself: Determine precisely what you want to achieve. By setting challenging, specific goals, you are setting yourself up to achieve them. When you achieve those goals, reward yourself. “It’s crucial (to reward yourself),” according to Lauve Metcalfe, Director of Program Development at the Campbell Institute for Health and Fitness in Camden, New Jersey. “Who quits a program because he’s having too much fun?” Example of tangible rewards: A new pair of running shoes if you knock a minute off your time in the mile. Schedule your workout: Get into the habit of working out at the same time each day. And, write that time on your calendar. Make keeping your workout schedule as important as eating or sleeping. Watch your progress: Follow your movement on the Graphic Display to help pass time and cut down on boredom. Plan an active vacation: If you know you’re going on a walking tour of Paris or on a mountain hiking trip next summer, you’ll look forward to getting into shape for it. Exercise in numbers: Get a workout partner or exercise in a group. This will offer you support and a level of accountability, (not to let your partner or group down for not showing up). Train for a race or enter an event: A race is a great goal toward which to work, and the excitement of competition is sure to keep you going. Try a 5K or a 10K run. Avoid too much too soon: Stress and discomfort of an over-aggressive program can be overwhelming and lead to injuries. Vary your workouts: Once accustomed to a program, vary the workout so that your routine doesn’t become mundane. It’s also important to recruit new muscle fibers to a new exercise to keep the body stimulated to make improvements.

24. 5. You can adjust the speed of the treadmill during the program: n You can specify a desired speed from 0.5 to 12.5 mph (0.8 to 20.0 kph), using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter your desired speed, then press the S TART or key to accept the entered speed. n You can adjust treadmill speed from 0.5 to 12.5 mph (0.8 to 20.0 kph), in 0.1 mph (or 0.1 kph) increments. Press the key to increase the treadmill speed; press the key to decrease the treadmill speed. 6. If desired, you can use the personal cooling fan during your workout (see “Using the Cooling Fan” for details). 7. You can pause the program during your workout by pressing the S TOP key once. The program will pause for a preset peri- od of time (either 30, 45, 60, 90 or 120 seconds, as set in the Manager Mode). Press the S TART key BEFORE the pause timer expires to resume your program. The treadmill returns to its minimum speed when you exit the pause mode. 8. When you have reached your workout goal, the treadmill will enter the Cooldown cycle (see “Cooldown Cycle” for more information). If you wish to exit your program before you have reached your workout goal, press the S TOP key twice. The treadmill will slow to a stop. (Press the S TOP key once during a Pause to exit the program.) TRAINING TOOLS The T RAINING T OOLS programs include the H EART R ATE T RAINING (Dynamic Heart Rate Control, Constant Heart Rate Control) and F ITNESS T ESTS (Fitness Test, Firefighter Test, Military Tests) programs. H EART R ATE C ONTROL P ROGRAMS NOTE : For best results, use a heart rate strap. If user is wearing a heart rate strap, the machine will automati- cally use the data from the heart rate strap. Contact heart rate grips may not give an accurate heart rate when exercising over 4 mph. To operate the Dynamic Heart Rate Control pro- gram: This heart rate feature is designed to gradually elevate your heart rate to the upper end of your selected training range, then gradually decrease your heart rate to the lower end of your selected training range using speed and incline. During the workout, this cycle will repeat sever- al times, creating an interval training effect that is cus- tomized to the user’s desired heart rate training range. During program setup, there must be at least an 18 BPM difference between the lower heart rate limit and upper heart rate limit to ensure an interval workout. By including interval exercise in your regular aerobic program, greater effects are noticed. Your heart and muscles will adapt to the increases in demand by utilizing stored calories for energy more effectively. Dynamic Heart Rate Control may potentially result in more calories expended. It will strengthen the heart, provide stress relief and variety to a workout. This program is mo re effective in training the body to remove excess lactic acid from the muscles. During program setup, you can use the key to return to a previously accepted parameter. 1. Stand on the running belt; press the key. 2. You are prompted to select the desired T RAINING T OOLS program. Press the key to select the HR T RAINING programs, then press the key when prompted to select Dynamic Heart Rate Control. 3. The Information Window displays the message “DYNAMIC PROGRAM VARIES SPEED AND INCLINE TO ALTER YOUR HEART RATE BETWEEN LIMITS.” Press the S TART or key to continue. 4. You are prompted to enter your weight. You may enter your weight manually as described below, or you may use the weight scale to enter your weight (ELITE only; see “Using the Weight Scale” for details). n If you do not use the weight scale to enter your weight, the treadmill will display a default weight of 155 pounds (70 kg). You may enter any weight from 1 to 500 pounds (1 to 226 kg). n You can enter your weight using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter your correct weight. 22 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL To calculate your training zone, use the following formulas: (theoretical max HR = 220 - Age) Heart Rate Training Range Upper Level _____________________x 0.75 = ___________________________ Your Theoretical Max Training Range Upper Limit Heart Rate Training Range Lower Level _____________________x 0.60 = ___________________________ Your Theoretical Max Training Range Lower Limit NOTE: Calculating your theoretical maximum heart rate using age is an approximation. For more information, please contact a fitness professional or doctor.

9. I STRUZIONI DI S ICUREZZA Queste indicazioni sono indirizzate ai proprietari del TREADMILL STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE . Chiedete a tutti I membri della vostra palestra e al vostro staff di seguire queste istruzioni di sicurezza. LEGGETE TUTTE LE ISTRUZIONI PRIMA DI USARE IL TREADMILL. ATTENZIONE: per redurre il rischio di scossa elettrica, staccate SEMPRE la spina della corrente del treadmill prima di pulirlo. STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 7 ATTENZIONE Questo prodotto è da usare su un circuito elettrico con una tensione nominale di 220 volt ed è fornito dalla fabbri- ca con un cavo elettrico e spina specifici per permettere il collegamento ad un circuito elettrico appropriato. Assicuratevi che il prodotto sia collegato ad una presa che abbia la stessa configurazione della spina. NESSUN ADATTATORE DEVE ESSERE USATO CON QUESTO PRODOTTO. Se il prodotto deve essere recollegato per l’uso su un circuito elettrico diverso, il ricollegamento deve essere effettuato da un elettricista qualificato. DA FARE Fermate il treadmill se vi sentite svenire o avete capogiri. Siate coscienti dei vostri limiti. Mantenere il nastro asciutto e pulito. Staccate la spina prima di pulire, spostare o cambiare qualsi- asi parte del treadmill. Usate questo prodotto solo per l’uso inteso. Assicurarsi di essere a conoscenza della posizione e dell'uso corretto del pulsante di emergenza S TOP . Eseguite la manutenzione regolare. Mantenete la corda elettrica lontana da fonti di calore. Aspettate fino a quando il nastro è completamente fermo prima di scendere dal treadmill. Pulite le prese d’aria da polvere, capelli e simili. Non usate mai il treadmill con le prese d’aria bloccate. Spegnete la macchina tramite l’interruttore. DA NON FARE Non permettete a bambini di usare il treadmill senza sorveg- lianza. Non superare il peso limite massimo consentito (226 kg) per il treadmill. Non salite o scendete dal treadmill mentre è in funzione. Non usatelo all’aperto. Durante l'uso del treadmill non indossare indumenti che pos- sano impigliarsi in organi in movimento. Non tirate troppo il nastro. Non usate il treadmill se il cavo elettrico o las spina sono danneggiati, se non funziona come dovrebbe o se è caduto o è danneggiato. Contattate il volstro rivenditore autorizzato STAR TRAC o l’assistenze clienti dello STAR TRAC al numero +1 714 669 1660 o visitate il nostro sito Internet a http://www.startrac.com, per esame o riparazione immediata. Usate il treadmill solo se calzate scarpe da ginnastica. Non lasciate cadere oggetti e non inserite mani or piedi nelle aperture o al di sotto del treadmill. Non appoggiate bottiglie d’acqua o bicchieri sul treadmill a meno che non stiate usando un supporto progettato apposita- mente per il treadmill. Non usate il treadmill in posti dove sono usati prodotti aerosol (spray) o dove è somministrato dell’ossigeno. Non accendete il treadmill con il coperchio del motore remosso, e non modificatelo in nessun modo. FERMA IL MOVIMENTO CORRENTE ALTERNATA ACCESO SPENTO ON OFF I O ATTENZIONE: PRIMA DI PULIRE O ESEGUIRE LA MANUTENZIONE, TOGLIETE LA SPINA ATTENZIONE: PRIMA DI USARE LEGGETTE IL MANUALE DELLE ISTRUZIONI ATTENZIONE: PARTI IN MOVIMENTO. DURANTE IL FUNZIONAMENTO DEL TREAD- MILL ALLONTARE MANI E PIEDI DAL SUO RAG- GIO D'AZIONE

11. I NSTRUCCIONES DE S EGURIDAD Estas notas sobre seguridad van dirigidas a Vd. Como propietario del TAPIZ RODANTE STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE . Haga que todos los usuarios y preparadores físicos cumplan estas instrucciones de seguridad. LEA TODAS LAS INSTRUCCIONES ANTES DE UTILIZAR SU TAPIZ RODANTE. ADVERTENCIA: Para reducir los riegos de sufrir una descarga eléctrica, desenchufe SIEMPRE el tapiz rodante antes de limpiarlo. STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 9 ADVERTENCIA Este producto está preparado para utilizarse en un circuito de 220 voltios y se suministra equipado de fábrica con un cable y un enchufe eléctricos específicos para permitir su conexión a un circuito eléctrico apropiado. Asegúrese de que el producto se conecte a una toma de corriente con la misma configuración que el enchufe. NO UTILICE NINGÚN ADAPTADOR CON ESTE PRODUCTO. Si este producto necesita ser modificado eléctricamente para utilizarse en un tipo diferente de circuito eléctrico, dicha modificación debe ser realizada únicamente por el per- sonal de servicio calificado. QUÉ HACER Detenga el tapiz rodante si se nota desfallecido o mareado. Mantenga la superficie de la cinta seca y limpia. Conozca sus limitaciones. Desenchufe el tapiz rodante antes de limpiar, quitar o cam- biar alguna pieza. Asegúrese de saber dónde está el interruptor de emergencia S TOP y cómo utilizarlo adecuadamente. Utilice este producto sólo para los usos que está diseñado. Realice un mantenimiento preventivo de manera regular. Mantenga el cable separado de fuentes de calor. Espere a que la cinta móvil haya parado antes de descender del tapiz rodante. Mantenga las entradas de aire libres de pelusa, pelo y simi- lares. No utilice nunca el tapiz rodante con las entradas de aire bloqueadas. Desconecte de la corriente por medio del disyuntor. QUÉ NO HACER No permita que los niños utilicen el tapiz rodante sin super- visión. No sobrepase el peso máximo permitido (226 kg) para la cinta andadora. No suba o baje del tapiz rodante mientras está funcionando. No lleve ropa suelta ni que cuelgue mientras utiliza la cinta andadora. No debe utilizarse en exteriores. No tense demasiado la cinta móvil. No utilice este tapiz rodante si tiene el cable o el enchufe daña- dos, si no funciona adecuadamente o si ha sufrido algún golpe o deterioro. Póngase en contacto con su vendedor autorizado de STAR TRAC , con el departamento de servicios de STAR TRAC llamando al número +1 714 669 1660 o accediendo a nuestra página de la web en http://www.startrac.com, para un examen o reparación immediatos. No utilice el tapiz rodante sin calzado deportivo. No deje caer ni introduzca ningún objeto, manos o pies en ninguna abertura del aparato o debajo del mismo. No deje botellas de agua ni tazas sobre su tapiz rodante excepto si utiliza el accesorio adicional diseñado para este fin. No. utilice su tapiz rodante en lugares en los que se están usando productos aerosoles (en spray) o en los que se está administrando oxígeno. No encienda este aparato con la cubierta del motor retirada, ni lo modifique de ninguna manera. PARAR (EL FUNCTIONAMIENTO) CORRIENTE ALTERNA ENCENDIDO APAGADO ON OFF I O ATENCIÓN: DESCONECTE EL SUMINISTRO DE CORRIENTE ANTES DE LIMPIAR O REPARAR ATENCIÓN: LEA EL MANUAL DE INSTRUC- CIONES ANTES DE SU UTILIZACIÓN ATENCIÓN: PIEZAS EN MOVI-MIENTO! MAN- TENGA LAS MANOS Y LOS PIES ALEJADOS DE LA PARTE INFERIOR DE LA CINTA CUANDO LA MISMA ESTÉ EN FUNCIONAMIENTO

35. STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 33 F.I.T. Principle Every cardiovascular program should be developed based on frequency, intensi- ty and duration. 1) Frequency - the number of exercise sessions per week. Regular exercise should be performed at least three or four days a week to be beneficial, although fewer sessions may be sufficient for some. Those in superior physical condition typically train five to seven days per week. 2) Intensity - how hard each exercise is. Intensity is dependent upon one’s fitness level. The range established by American College of Sports Medicine is 60% to 90% of maximal heart rate. If you are a beginning exerciser, maintaining an intensity level around 60% is beneficial. Typically, an estimated heart rate range is determined using a formula of 220-Age, factoring in resting heart rate, then multiplying by the desired percentage. See the accompanying chart on this page. The STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / elite TREADMILL offers both contact heart rate grips and heart rate strap compatibility, providing for easy moni- toring of your heart rate during your workout. However, if you need to moni- tor your pulse manually, find the carotid or radial artery with your index fin- ger, take a ten second count and multiply by six to determine your heart rate. Another common method for measuring workout intensity is Rate of Perceived Exertion (RPE). This method provides a scale in which an exerciser can sub- jectively determine how hard the exercise feels while working in a target training range. Descriptive words correspond with a 0 through 10 rating scale. The tar- get range to exercise is between 4 and 6 on the rating scale. (This is a great method to use for those taking medications that effect one’s heart rate and for those who want to fine tune how to be in touch with how their bodies respond to exercise). See the accompany- ing chart on this page. 3) Time - the duration of each exercise session. The optimum duration of an exercise session depends on the intensity. Typically, an exercise session lasts for at least 20 to 30 minutes, although highly conditioned individuals often train continuously for an hour or longer. The duration of training is sometimes increased while intensity is decreased. This happens early in the training program to prepare the musculoskeletal system for vigorous exercise and to reduce the chance of injury. REMEMBER: Use the F.I.T. principle as a guide to establish your program, however, make sure that you pay attention to how your body feels. Under-exercising may not be adequate for desired results. However, over-exercising can lead to injuries. Be sure to start slowly, and pace yourself. The Cool Down A gradual cool down helps prevent blood from pooling in your legs which may result in feeling light headed and dizzy. Active con - traction by continuous movement of your legs and arms during the cool down helps pump blood back to your heart and brain. It is also important to stretch your muscles during the cool down. Use stretching exercises similar to those done during the warm u p (see muscles listed in the warm up section). Stretching in this phase can be held for a longer period to help avoid muscle stiff ness. CLIMBING THE CONDITIONING LADDER - SUGGESTED PROGRAMS The programs outlined below were developed by the director of services at the Lutheran General Hospital in Illinois. They were developed to help maintain or improve one’s level of fitness, depending on the current fitness level. Follow each of the 6 week p ro- grams as they move in progression. Once Program V is achieved, continue at this same level of intensity for continued programs, however, add variety by changing around workouts per week, duration or add interval training (high intensity mixed with low intensity 70% - 90%). To add variety to intensity make, use of the incline feature on the Star Trac PRO S /PRO / ELITE Treadmill. This feature gives you an incline range from 0% to 15%. Determining your Target Heart Rate Range LO WER T ARGET HEAR T RA TE 220 - ________ Your Age = ________ Estimated Max. Heart Rate - ________ Your Resting Heart Rate = ________ Value X ________ 60% = ________ Estimated Target + ________ Your Resting Heart Rate = ________ Target Heart Rate @ 60% UPPER T ARGET HEAR T RA TE 220 - ________ Your Age = ________ Estimated Max. Heart Rate - ________ Your Resting Heart Rate = ________ Value X ________ 80% = ________ Estimated Target + ________ Your Resting Heart Rate = ________ Target Heart Rate @ 80% Lower Target Heart Rate Upper Target Heart Rate 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Nothing at all Very, Very Easy Very Easy Easy Moderate Moderate/Strong Strong Very Strong Very, Very Strong Extremely Strong Strongest RPE SCALE

5. V EILIGHEIDSINSTRUCTIES Deze veiligheidsinstructies zijn aan u gericht als de eigenaar van de STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE-HARDLOOPBAND . Train uw leden en fitness-personeel om deze veiligheidsinstructies te volgen. LEES ALLE INSTRUCTIES VOORDAT U DE HARDLOOPBAND GEBRUIKT. WAARSCHUWING: Om het resico van een elektrische schok te verminderen, dient u de stekker van de hardloopband ALTIJD uit het stopcontact te nemen voordat u hem schoonmaakt. STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 3 DOE DIT WEL Stop de bediening van de hardloopband als u zich duizelig voelt of het gevoel heeft dat u flauwvalt. Weet hoe ver u kunt gaan. Zorg ervoor dat het oppervlak van de band schoon en droog blijft. Neem de stekker uit het stopcontact voordat u de band reinigt of welk onderdeel dan ook verwijdert of vervangt. Gebruik dit product alleen voor het doeleinde vaarvoor het bestemd is. Zorg ervoor dat u weet waar de noodstop zit en hoe deze werkt. Verricht regelmatig preventief onderhoud. Houd het snoer bij verwarmingssystemen vandaan. Wacht totdat de lopende band stil staat voordat u van de hardloopband stapt. Houd luchtopeningen vrij van pluizen, haar etc. Bedien de hardloopband nooit met beblokkeerde luchtopeningen. Schakel de stroom uit bij de contactschakelaar. DOE DIT NIET Laat kinderen niet zonder toezicht de hardloopband bedi- enen. Zorg ervoor dat het maximaal toegestane gewicht (226 kg) niet wordt overschreden. Ga de band niet op af terwijl deze loopt. Niet buiten gebruiken. Draag geen loszittende kleding als u de lopende band bedient. Draai de lopende band niet te strak aan. Bedien de hardloopband niet als deze een beschadigd snoer of stekker heeft, als hij niet goed werkt of als hij gevallen of beschadigd is. Neem contact op met uw geautoriseerde STAR TRAC detailhandelaar of de onderhoudsafdeling van STAR TRAC op +1 (714) 669-1660 of bezoek onze website op http://www.startrac.com voor een onmiddellijke inspectie of reparatie. Gebruid de hardloopband niet zonder gymschoenen. Laat nooit objecten in het apparaat vallen en steek geen objecten, handen of voeten in welke opening van het apparaat dan ook of onder het apparaat. Plaats geen waterflessen of bekers op uw hardloopband tenz- ij u een houder heeft die speciaal ontworpen is voor hard- loopbanden. Gebruik uw hardloopband niet in een omgeving waar spuitbussen worden gebruikt of waar zuurstof wordt toegediend. Bedien het aparaat niet zonder de motorafscherming of pas het apparaat op geen enkele wijze aan. WAARSCHUWING Dit prodkt is voor gebruik op een circuit met een nominale waarde van 120 volt en is in de fabriek uitgerust met een speciaal elektrisch snoer en stekker om verbinding met een passend elektrisch circuit toe te staan. Zorg ervoor dat dit produkt verbonden is met een stopcontact dat dezelfde configuratie heeft als de stekker. GEBRUIK GEEN ADAPTER BIJ DIT PRODUKT. Als het produkt opnieuw verbonden moet worden met een ander type van elek- trisch circuit, dan moet deze verbinding gemaakt worden door gekwalificeerd onderhoudspersoneel. STOPPEN (VAN ACTIE) WISSELSTROOM AAN UIT ON OFF I O VOORZICHTIG: NEEM DE STEKKER UIT HET STOPCONTACT VOOR HET RENIGEN OF ONDERHOULD. VOORZICHTIG: LEES HET INSTRUCTIEHAND- BOEK VOORDAT U DE MACHINE BEDIENT. VOORZICHTIG: BEWEGENDE ONDERDELEN. HOUD UW HANDEN EN VOETEN ONDER DE LOPENDE BAND VANDAAN.

27. 9. If desired, you can use the personal fan during your workout (see “Using the Personal Fan” for details). 10. You can scroll through workout data during the program (see “Viewing Workout Data During a Program” for details). 11. If you wish to pause the program, stop pedaling.The bike will enter pause mode and display your workout results for one entire cycle. 12. When you have reached your workout goal, the treadmill will enter the Cooldown cycle (see “Cooldown Cycle” for more information). If you wish to exit your program before you have reached your workout goal, press the S TOP key twice. The treadmill will slow to a stop. (Press the S TOP key once during a pause to exit the program.) F ITNESS T ESTS P ROGRAMS NOTE : For best results, use a heart rate strap. If user is wearing a heart rate strap, the machine will automatically use the data from the heart rate strap. Contact heart rate grips may not give an accurate heart rate when exercising over 4 mph. To operate the Fitness Test program: The Fitness Test is a modified version of the Balke and Ware protocol for maximal VO2 treadmill testing. The original Balke-Ware protocol is a 20 minute test with a maximum elevation of 20%. Since most users prefer an 8-12 minute test and the Star Trac PRO S / PRO / ELITE Treadmills have a maximum elevation of 15%, the test has been modified to last 12 minutes with a maximum incline of 12%. This protocol is appropriate for all users but mostly used for older, deconditioned, or patient groups. During the Fitness Test, treadmill speed remains at a constant 3.4 mph. Treadmill incline is set at 0% during the first minute, increases to 2% during the second minute, and increases by 1% per minute for the remainder of the test. Your heart rate results are compared with charted data for your corresponding age and gender. Test results include your calculated VO2 max. VO2 max is a physiolog- ical measurement of a bodies ability to absorb oxygen and has specific correlation to your fitness level. See “Calculation for V O2 Max” for more information. NOTE: You must wear the heart rate strap during the Fitness Test to monitor your heart rate. During program setup, you can use the key to return to a previously accepted parameter. 1. Stand on the running belt; press the key. 2. You are prompted to select the desired T RAINING T OOLS program. Press the key to select the F ITNESS T ESTS programs, then press the key when prompted to select the Fitness Test. 3. The Information Window displays the message “THIS IS A SUB-MAXIMAL VO2 FIT TEST THAT WILL EVALUATE YOUR FITNESS LEVEL.” Press the S TART or key to continue. 4. You are prompted to enter your weight. You may enter your weight manually as described below, or you may use the weight scale to enter your weight (ELITE only; see “Using the Weight Scale” for details). n If you do not use the weight scale to enter your weight, the treadmill will display a default weight of 155 pounds (70 kg). You may enter any weight from 1 to 500 pounds (1 to 226 kg). n You can enter your weight using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter your correct weight. n You can press the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease the displayed weight in 1 pound (or 1 kg) increments. n When your correct weight has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value and advance to the next parameter. 5. You are prompted to enter your gender. n Press the key for “Male”; press the key for “Female.” n When your correct gender has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value and advance to the next parameter. 6. You are prompted to enter your age. n You may enter any age from 1 to 99 years. n You can enter your age using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter the desired age. n You can press the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease your age in 1 year increments. n When your correct age has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value. STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 25

49. FCC AND O THER D OMESTIC / I NTERNATIONAL R EGULATIONS The PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILLS have been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pur- suant to Part 15 of FCC rules. Under the FCC guidelines, operation is subject to the following two guidelines: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. The Star Trac PRO S / PRO / ELITE Treadmills generate and use radio frequency energy. If the products are not installed and used in accordance with the instructions provided in the owner’s manual, interference with radio communications may occur. Likewise, if unapproved accessories are installed, interference with radio communications may occur. The intent of the FCC Class A limit is to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. However, there is no guar - antee that interference may not occur in a specific installation. In the event that interference is experienced, turn off the uni t to verify that it is in fact the source. If the interference clears with the unit off, then try each of the following measures and c ombi- nations thereof: n Reorient or relocate the treadmill. n Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna of your television, radio, and / or VCR recorder. n Connect the unit to a different power outlet. n Consult Star Trac Product Support, your authorized dealer, or a qualified radio / television technician for assistance. This product has been tested to meet the following standards: n UL 1647 (Safety for Motor operated Message and Exercise Machines). n CAN/CSA – E335-1/3E -94- Safety of household and Similar appliance INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS This product conforms to the requirements of the European Council directives: n 89/336/ECC, Electromagnetic Compatibility n 92/590/EEC, General Product Safety Directives n 73/23/EEC, Electrical equipment Low Voltage Safety Directive Under the Directive and in addition to Domestic standards, the product also has been tested to meet the following international standards: EN 60355-1 Safety of the household and Similar Electrical appliance EN957-1 Safety of Machinery EN55022 Conducted and Radiated Emission Class A EN55014-1 Disturbance power EN55014-2 Immunity EN60947-5-1 Positive opening mechanism :VDE approval (pending) EN61000-3-2 Harmonics Current Emission EN61000-3-3 Flicker and Voltage Fluctuation EN61000-4-3 Radiated Immunity/ Conducted Immunity EN61000-4-2 ESD EN61000-4-4 EFT EN61000-4-5 Surge EN61000-4-11 Voltage Dip & Interruption STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 47 R EGULATORY I NFORMATION C HAPTER 8

46. CALIBRATE SCALE The Calibrate Scale function allows for calibration of the treadmill's integral weight scale. This function requires a calibrate d weight set or your known current weight. Additionally, your current weight must be at least 150 pounds. To enter the Calibrate Scale function: 1. While in the Maintenance Mode, press the key, as necessary, until “CALIBRATE SCALE” is shown in the information window. 2. The Information Window will display the Calibrate Scale menu: “1 = INPUT SPAN WEIGHT - 2 = CAL SPAN WEIGHT - 3 = CAL ZERO WEIGHT - 4 = VERIFY WEIGHT - PRESS STOP TO EXIT”. 3. You may calibrate the weight scale using either your body weight, or the calibrated weight set. When calibrating the weight scale using your body weight, you must know your current body weight. 4. To calibrate the weight scale using your body weight: n Press the key. The Information Window will display the message “REF WEIGHT = 155”, followed by the message “STEP ON WEIGHT PADS - PRESS OK TO BEGIN”. n Stand on the weight scale. If your weight is other than 155 units (pounds or kilograms, as appropriate), press the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease the reference weight value in 1 pound (or 1 kg) increments until your actual weight is displayed. ( IMPORTANT: You must know your current weight to the pound . If you don’t know your current weight, you must weight yourself on a know accurate scale prior to calibration .) n When your correct weight has been entered, press the E NTER key and remain standing on the weight scale. The Information Window will display the message “CALIBRATING”. n When calibration is complete, the Information Window will display the message “SPAN CAL = XXX”, followed by the message “PRESS OK TO ACCEPT - PRESS STOP TO REJECT”. n Press the key to accept the displayed value. The Information Window will return to the Calibrate Scale menu. Proceed to step 6. 5. To calibrate the weight scale using the calibrated weight set: n Press the key. The Information Window will display the message “PLACE CAL WEIGHT ON WEIGHT PADS”, followed by the message “PRESS OK TO BEGIN”. ( IMPORTANT: DO NOT use free weights found in clubs for cali- bration. Weights used for calibration must be approved to the standards of the National Institue of Standards and Technology (NIST)). n Place the calibrated weights (125 lbs. per weight) on each foot pad, then press the key. The Information Window will display the message “CALIBRATING”. n When calibration is complete, the Information Window will display the message “WEIGHT ###”, followed by the mes- sage “OK TO ACCEPT -STOP TO REJECT”. n Press the key to accept the displayed value. The Information Window will return to the Calibrate Scale menu. Proceed to step 6. 6. Press the key. The Information Window will display the message “REMOVE WEIGHT ON WEIGHT PADS”, followed by the message “PRESS OK TO BEGIN”. 7. Remove the calibrated weights from the weight scale, then press the key. The Information Window will display the message “CALIBRATING”. 8. When calibration is complete, the Information Window will display the message “WEIGHT ###”, followed by the message “OK TO ACCEPT -STOP TO REJECT”. 9. Press the key to accept the displayed value. The Information Window will return to the Calibrate Scale menu. 10. Press the key. The Information Window will display the message “WEIGHT = 0”. Stand on the weight scale and ver- ify the Information Window displays your correct weight (±2 lbs). Step off the weight scale. 11. Place the calibrated weights on the weight scale and verify the Information Window displays 250 pounds, or, stand on the weight scale and verify the information window shows your correct weight. 12. Press the S TOP key to exit the Calibrate Scale function. 44 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL

21. QUICK START Quick Start lets you begin your workout by simply pressing one key. Quick Start uses a default weight of 155 pounds and a time limit of 99 minutes. YOU control the treadmill speed, incline and distance for up to the maximum allowed program time. To operate the Quick Start program: 1. Stand on the running belt and press the Q UICK S TART key. The running belt slowly accelerates to its minimum speed of 0.5 mph (0.8 kph). 2. You can adjust the incline of the treadmill during the program: n You can adjust treadmill incline from 0 to 15%, in 0.5% increments. Press the key to increase the treadmill incline; press the key to decrease the treadmill incline. 3. You can adjust the speed of the treadmill during the program: n You can specify a desired speed from 0.5 to 12.5 mph (0.8 to 20.0 kph), using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter your desired speed, then press the S TART or key to accept the entered speed. n You can adjust treadmill speed from 0.5 to 12.5 mph (0.8 to 20.0 kph), in 0.1 mph (or 0.1 kph) increments. Press the key to increase the treadmill speed; press the key to decrease the treadmill speed. 4. You can pause the program during your workout by pressing the S TOP key once. The program will pause for a preset peri- od of time (either 30, 45, 60, 90 or 120 seconds, as set in the Manager Mode). Press the S TART key BEFORE the pause timer expires to resume your program. The treadmill returns to its minimum speed when you exit the pause mode. 5. When you have reached your workout goal, the treadmill will enter the Cooldown cycle (see “Cooldown Cycle” for more information). If you wish to exit your program before you have reached your workout goal, press the S TOP key twice. The treadmill will slow to a stop. (Press the S TOP key once during a Pause to exit the program.) PRESET PROGRAMS The ELITE Treadmill offers 15 preset programs to add variety and challenge to your workout. The PRO Treadmill offers 9 preset programs; the PRO S Treadmill offers 6 preset programs. A LPINE P ASS , F OREST W ALK , T RAILBLAZER AND R ANDOM H ILL The climbing programs were designed for optimal interval training. By taking you through various terrains, your caloric expenditu re is maximized and your cardiovascular capacity is improved. When wearing the heart rate strap, or grasping the heart rate contacts , your heart rate is constantly monitored and displayed in the Heart Rate Window to assist you in getting the most efficient work out possible. The F OREST W ALK provides an easy workout, while the T RAILBLAZER and A LPINE P ASS offer progressively higher levels of inten- sity. The R ANDOM H ILL program offers 250 different terrain configurations to add variety to your workout. To operate a climbing program: During program setup, you can use the key to return to a previously accepted parameter. 1. Stand on the running belt; press the , , or key, as desired. You are prompted to enter your weight. You may enter your weight manually as described below, or you may use the weight scale to enter your weight (ELITE only; see “Using the Weight Scale” for details). n If you do not use the weight scale to enter your weight, the treadmill will display a default weight of 155 pounds (70 kg). You may enter any weight from 1 to 500 pounds (1 to 226 kg). n You can enter your weight using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter your correct weight. n You can press the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease the displayed weight in 1 pound (or 1 kg) increments. n When your correct weight has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value and advance to the next workout parameter. 2. You are prompted to enter a time goal. n The default time goal is 20 minutes. You may enter any time goal from 5 minutes to the maximum allowed program time. n You can enter your time goal using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter the desired time goal. n You can press the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease your time goal in 1 minute increments. STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 19

23. To operate the 5K L AKE L OOP or 10K B AY R UN programs: During program setup, you can use the key to return to a previously accepted parameter. 1. Stand on the running belt; press the or key, as desired. You are prompted to enter your weight. You may enter your weight manually as described below, or you may use the weight scale to enter your weight (ELITE only; see “Using the Weight Scale” for details). n If you do not use the weight scale to enter your weight, the treadmill will display a default weight of 155 pounds (70 kg). You may enter any weight from 1 to 500 pounds (1 to 226 kg). n You can enter your weight using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter your correct weight. n You can press the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease the displayed weight in 1 pound (or 1 kg) increments. n When your correct weight has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value. You are prompt- ed with a 3 second countdown, then the treadmill begins the program. 2. You can adjust the incline of the treadmill during the program: n You can adjust treadmill incline from 0 to 15%, in 0.5% increments. Press the key to increase the treadmill incline; press the key to decrease the treadmill incline. 3. You can adjust the speed of the treadmill during the program: n You can specify a desired speed from 0.5 to 12.5 mph (0.8 to 20.0 kph), using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter your desired speed, then press the S TART or key to accept the entered speed. n You can adjust treadmill speed from 0.5 to 12.5 mph (0.8 to 20.0 kph), in 0.1 mph (or 0.1 kph) increments. Press the key to increase the treadmill speed; press the key to decrease the treadmill speed. 4. If desired, you can use the personal cooling fan during your workout (see “Using the Cooling Fan” for details). 5. You can pause the program during your workout by pressing the S TOP key once. The program will pause for a preset peri- od of time (either 30, 45, 60, 90 or 120 seconds, as set in the Manager Mode). Press the S TART key BEFORE the pause timer expires to resume your program. The treadmill returns to its minimum speed when you exit the pause mode. 6. When you have reached your workout goal, the treadmill will enter the Cooldown cycle (see “Cooldown Cycle” for more information). If you wish to exit your program before you have reached your workout goal, press the S TOP key twice. The treadmill will slow to a stop. (Press the S TOP key once during a Pause to exit the program.) To operate the M ANUAL program: During program setup, you can use the key to return to a previously accepted parameter. When entering program parame- ters, use the keys to enter the desired value, or use the keys to scroll to the desired value. 1. Press the key. You are prompted to enter your weight. You may enter your weight manually as described below, or you may use the weight scale to enter your weight (ELITE only; see “Using the Weight Scale” for details). n If you do not use the weight scale to enter your weight, the treadmill will display a default weight of 155 pounds (70 kg). You may enter any weight from 1 to 500 pounds (1 to 226 kg). n You can enter your weight using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter your correct weight. n You can press the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease the displayed weight in 1 pound (or 1 kg) increments. n When your correct weight has been entered, press the key to accept the displayed value and proceed to the next parameter. 2. You will be prompted to select a workout time. n The default workout time is 99 minutes. You may enter any time from 5 to 99 minutes. 3. When your workout time has been entered, you are prompted with a 3 second countdown, then the treadmill begins the program. 4. You can adjust the incline of the treadmill during the program: n You can adjust treadmill incline from 0 to 15%, in 0.5% increments. Press the key to increase the treadmill incline; press the key to decrease the treadmill incline. STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 21

28. 7. The Information Window displays the message “TEST RUNS AT 3.4 MPH, ELEVATING FROM INCLINE 0 TO 12.” Press the S TART or key to continue. 8. The Information Window displays the message “TEST WILL TERMINATE IF YOUR HR EXCEEDS 150 FOR MORE THAN 1 MINUTE.” Press the S TART or key to continue. You are prompted with a 3 second countdown, then the tread- mill begins the program. 9. The F IT T EST runs for 12 minutes. During the test, the treadmill speed is set at 3.4 mph. The treadmill incline begins at 0% for the first minute, increases to 2% for the second minute, and increases by 1% thereafter for each remaining minute to a maximum incline of 12% during the final minute of the test. During the test, you MAY NOT adjust treadmill speed or incline, and you MAY NOT pause the program. If your heart rate exceeds 150 BPM for more than one minute, the test will terminate automatically. 10. If desired, you can use the personal cooling fan during the F IT T EST (see “Using the Cooling Fan” for details). 11. When you have reached your workout goal, the treadmill will enter the Cooldown cycle (see “Cooldown Cycle” for more information). If you wish to exit your program before you have reached your workout goal, press the S TOP key once. The treadmill will slow to a stop, and the test will terminate. To operate the Firefighter Test program: The Firefighter test found in the Star Trac Elite Treadmill and Star Trac Pro Treadmill is based on the Gerkin Protocol develop ed by Dr. Richard Gerkin of the Phoenix (Arizona) Fire Department. It is a sub-maximal graded treadmill evaluation used by many Fire Departments across the United States to assess the condition of the firefighters. The program operates as follows: n Warm-Up: During warm-up, the treadmill runs at 3.0 mph (4.8 kph), 0% incline for 3 minutes. n Stage 1: At 3 minutes, treadmill speed increases gradually to 4.5 mph (7.2 kph). The test begins at 4.5 mph (7.2 kph). During the test, heart rate is continuously monitored. n Stage 2: After one minute, treadmill incline increases to 2%. n Stage 3: After one minute, treadmill speed increases to 5.0 mph (8.0 kph). n Stages 4 through 11: After every odd minute, treadmill incline increases an additional 2%. After every even minute, tread- mill speed increases by 0.5 mph (0.8 kph). Once the user's heart rate exceeds the target HR (85% of maximum), the individ- ual continues the evaluation for an additional 15 seconds. During this 15 second period, the evaluation remains at the stage where the target HR is exceeded, with speed or grade unchanged. If the HR does not return to or below the target HR, the evaluation ends and the final evaluation stage is recorded. If the HR returns to or below the target HR, the program contin- ues at the point where it would have been had the program not stabilized for 15 seconds. n Test Completion: The test is completed when user heart rate exceeds target for more than 15 seconds or the user completes all 11 stages, whichever occurs first. The treadmill will enter a Cooldown cycle for 3 minutes at 3.0 mph (4.8 kph), 0% incline. NOTE: You must wear the heart rate strap during the Firefighter Test to monitor your heart rate. During program setup, you can use the key to return to a previously accepted parameter. 1. Stand on the running belt; press the key. 2. You are prompted to select the desired T RAINING T OOLS program. Press the key to select the F ITNESS T ESTS programs, then press the key when prompted to select the Firefighter Test. 3. The Information Window displays the message “THIS IS A SUB-MAXIMAL VO2 FIT TEST THAT WILL EVALUATE YOUR FITNESS LEVEL.” Press the S TART or key to continue. 4. You are prompted to enter your weight. You may enter your weight manually as described below, or you may use the weight scale to enter your weight (ELITE only; see “Using the Weight Scale” for details). n If you do not use the weight scale to enter your weight, the treadmill will display a default weight of 155 pounds (70 kg). You may enter any weight from 1 to 500 pounds (1 to 226 kg). n You can enter your weight using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter your correct weight. n You can press the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease the displayed weight in 1 pound (or 1 kg) increments. n When your correct weight has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value and advance to the next parameter. 26 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL

41. After having used your STAR TRAC PRO / PRO S TREADMILL for many workouts, you may wish to change some of its settings. MANAGER MODE The Manager Mode allows you to query and modify the basic settings of your treadmill. To enter Manager Mode: 1. Press and hold the , , and S TART keys together. 2. Release the key. 3. A beep will sound and “MANAGER MODE” will display momentarily in the Information Window. 4. Release the remaining keys. “UNITS” will display in the Information Window. NOTE: The system will automatically exit Manager Mode if no key is pressed for 30 seconds. The following keys are available in MANAGER MODE: Incline Keys : Displays the next and previous parameter, respectively. Keys will repeat if held. Speed Keys : Adjust the value of the displayed parameter up and down, respectively, in increments of 1 unit or 0.01 unit, as appropriate for the parameter. These keys do not save the new value - see Start Key and Key below. Start Key : Updates (saves) the value of the displayed parameter in Flash memory. Alternatively, the key may be used (see below). OK Key : Updates (saves) the value of the displayed parameter in Flash memory. Alternatively, the S TART key may be used (see above). Number/Program Select Keys: Enter new data item values for numeric parameters. Stop Key : Exits Manager Mode and restarts the treadmill greeting. The items that you may display and change with the previous keys are: STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 39 E NGINEERING & T EST STOP Lowest Default Highest Item Value Value Value Meaning UNITS - English - English = units of pounds, miles, hours, minutes, seconds, feet, inches; Metric = units of kilograms, kilometers, hours, minutes, seconds, centimeters. MINIMUM 0.5/0.8 0.5/0.8 2.0/3.2 Minimum speed in mph (UNITS=English), or km/hr (UNITS=Metric). SPD* MAXIMUM 5.0/5.0 10.0/16.0 12.5/20.0 Maximum speed in mph (UNITS=English), or km/hr (UNITS=Metric). SPD* ELEVATION - ON - ON=Elevation function enabled. OFF=Elevation function disabled. TIME 5 99 99 Maximum time in minutes allowed for program, including warm-up. OPER HOURS 0 0 65,535 Total operating hours. DISTANCE 0 0 65,535 Total treadmill miles (UNITS=English), or km (UNITS=Metric). WEIGHT 1 155/70 500/226 Default (to user), typical weight in lb (UNITS=English), or kg (UNITS=Metric). SERIAL NO 0 0 65,535 Treadmill serial number. LANGUAGE - English - Language in English, Dutch, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Italian or Katakana. C HAPTER 6

22. n When your desired time goal has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value and advance to the next workout parameter. 3. You are prompted to enter a maximum speed. n You may enter any speed from 0.5 to 12.5 mph (0.8 to 20.0 kph). n You can enter the maximum speed using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter the desired maximum speed. n You can press the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease the maximum speed in 0.1 unit increments. n When the desired maximum speed has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value and advance to the next workout parameter. 4. You are prompted to enter a maximum incline. n You may enter any incline from 0.0% to 15.0% n You can enter the maximum incline using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter the desired maximum incline. n Press the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease the maximum incline in 0.5% increments. n When the desired maximum incline has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value. You are prompted with a 3 second countdown, then the treadmill begins the program. 5. You can adjust the incline of the treadmill during the program: NOTE: Changing the current incline during a program will result in a corresponding change to the maximum incline specified during program setup. n You can adjust treadmill incline from 0 to 15%, in 0.5% increments. Press the key to increase the treadmill incline; press the key to decrease the treadmill incline. 6. You can adjust the speed of the treadmill during the program: NOTE: Changing the current speed during a program will result in a corresponding change to the maximum speed spec- ified during program setup. n You can specify a desired speed from 0.5 to 12.5 mph (0.8 to 20.0 kph), using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter your desired speed, then press the S TART or key to accept the entered speed. n You can adjust treadmill speed from 0.5 to 12.5 mph (0.8 to 20.0 kph), in 0.1 mph (or 0.1 kph) increments. Press the key to increase the treadmill speed; press the key to decrease the treadmill speed. 7. If desired, you can use the personal cooling fan during your workout (see “Using the Cooling Fan” for details). 8. You can pause the program during your workout by pressing the S TOP key once. The program will pause for a preset peri- od of time (either 30, 45, 60, 90 or 120 seconds, as set in the Manager Mode). Press the S TART key BEFORE the pause timer expires to resume your program. The treadmill returns to its minimum speed when you exit the pause mode. 9. If desired, you can jump to another climbing program if your remaining workout time is greater than 5 minutes. n To jump to another climbing program, press the , , or key, as desired. 10. When you have reached your workout goal, the treadmill will enter the Cooldown cycle (see “Cooldown Cycle” for more information). If you wish to exit your program before you have reached your workout goal, press the S TOP key twice. The treadmill will slow to a stop. (Press the S TOP key once during a Pause to exit the program.) M ANUAL , 5K L OOP AND 10K L OOP These programs were designed for the serious, as well as the recreational runner. You control the speed and incline to add variet y and challenge to your workout. The patented Soft Trac ® system protects ankles, knees, joints and back while providing a com- fortable run. When wearing the heart rate strap, or grasping the heart rate contacts, your heart rate is constantly monitored and displayed in the Heart Rate Window to assist you in getting the most efficient workout possible. The 5K L OOP and 10K L OOP provide workouts of a preset distance. The M ANUAL program lets you create and run a profile based on a desired time goal. 20 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL

32. n You can adjust treadmill speed from 0.5 to 10.0 mph (0.8 to 16.0 kph) for 110-volt units or 0.5 to 12.0 mph (0.8 to 19.3 kph) for 220-volt units, in 0.1 mph (or 0.1 kph) increments. Press the key to increase the treadmill speed; press the key to decrease the treadmill speed. 3. When the cooldown cycle ends, the treadmill will slow to a stop. If you wish to exit the cooldown cycle before it ends auto- matically, press the S TOP key. The treadmill will slow to a stop. USING THE COOLING FAN The PRO Treadmill is equipped with a built-in cooling fan to increase your comfort during a workout. You can control the fan spe ed during your workout. To operate the cooling fan: n Press the F AN key once to set the fan speed to low. n Press the F AN key a second time to set the fan speed to high. n Press the F AN key a third time to turn the cooling fan off. n The fan will remain at the set speed if you pause your program. The fan will turn off automatically if you exit your work- out, or when you complete your program. If the cooling fan is not available for use, the Information Window displays an advisory message when you press the F AN key. USING THE WEIGHT SCALE The ELITE Treadmill is equipped with a built-in weight scale to help you obtain an accurate weight during program setup. Since much of the workout summary data is based on your entered weight, it is important that this parameter is accurate. NOTE: The weight scale can be used while the treadmill is idle, or during program setup. The weight scale cannot be used while the treadmill is running, or in Pause mode. To use the weight scale: n Stand on the weight scale within 10 seconds of being prompted during program setup. n Wait for the weight scale to acquire your weight (this may take up to 10 seconds). n When your weight is acquired, it is displayed in the Information Window. During program setup, you can modify the acquired weight if necessary. Press the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease the acquired weight in 1 pound (or 1 kg) increments. When your correct weight has been entered during program setup, press the S TART or E NTER key to accept the displayed value. If you do not step on the weight scale within 10 seconds of being prompted, or if the weight scale is unable to acquire your wei ght, the treadmill will display a default weight of 155 pounds (70 kg). You will need to manually enter your correct weight. If the weight scale is not available for use, the Information Window displays an advisory message during program setup. You will need to manually enter your correct weight. HEART RATE MONITORING Heart rate monitoring allows you to determine if your treadmill workout is too challenging or not challenging enough. Monitoring heart rate is easy with the STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL , which provides both polar chest strap compati- bility, and heart rate grips that allow you to monitor your heart automatically. Your goal will be to keep your exercise heart ra te at 60 to 90 percent of the theoretical maximum for your age as listed on the Target Heart Rate table and graph in chapter 6. NOTE: The Heart Rate monitor is not a medical test, nor is it designed as a medical test. It is simply a guide to target heart rate training. Please consult with your physician prior to engaging in any strenuous physical activity. IMPORTANT: The manufacturer does not warrant the heart rate system performance on this product, as the heart rate system performance varies, based on a user’s physiology, fitness level, age, method of use and other factors. Furthermore, the heart rate system is not for medical use. 30 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL

19. Operating the STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL is very easy. Simply step onto the running belt, press Q UICK S TART , and begin walking or running naturally. Learning the features and incorporating the STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL into your members’ fitness pro- grams is just as easy. In this chapter, you will learn the display function and how to get the most out of every STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL workout. IMPORTANT: Before operating the treadmill, you must be familiar with the following equipment limitations and safety features. n Maximum Weight: Your STAR TRAC PRO SERIES Treadmill is designed for a maximum user weight of 500 lbs/226 kg. DO NOT exceed the maximum user weight. n Emergency Stop: In case of emergency, press the S TOP on the display, or the stop switch on the left-hand side rail. n Immobilizing the Running Belt: To power the unit, set the ON/OFF power breaker to the ON position. To turn the unit off, set the ON/OFF power breaker to the OFF position. When the unit is turned off, movement of the running belt is prevented. n Safety Lockout Feature: Allows you to lock out the treadmill. When the treadmill is locked, the display shows the message "TREADMILL LOCKED, ENTER ID TO UNLOCK". The user must press "0", enter a 5-digit ID number (default=12345), then press ENTER to unlock the treadmill. The treadmill will then operate as normal (NOTE: The treadmill will lock back up if it is idle for 30 seconds). Use the LOCK OUT option in MAINTENANCE SETTINGS to enable/disable the lock out feature; use the LOCKOUT ID option to change the default ID (see Chapter 8). DISPLAY CONTROL PANEL FEATURES Your STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL is equipped to provide you and your users unlimited exercise oppor- tunities. Experiment with its features to find the right combina- tion for your fitness regimen. The Display panel shown to the right provides the operating controls and display elements described in the following paragraphs: Q UICK S TART Key: Starts your treadmill run- ning belt moving using a default weight of 155 pounds and a time limit of 99 minutes. S TART Key: Allows for manual operation of the treadmill. The S TART key also serves as an “Enter” key in programming modes. S TOP Key: Pauses your treadmill when pressed once. Ends your workout when pressed twice. O PERATING I NSTRUCTIONS C HAPTER 3 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 17 Graphic Display Information Window Motivational Track Preset Program Keys Numeric Keypad

30. To operate the Military Test programs: The Military Test programs provide workouts of a preset distance, as required by the Army, Navy, USMC and USAF. As the names imply, the object of each test is to complete the run distance as quickly as possible. At the completion of the test, a time-based score (defined by the respctive branch of the Military) is returned to the user. Each test begins with treadmill incline at 1% (which best simulates outdoor running). NOTE: You must wear the heart rate strap during the Army 2 Mile Run to monitor your heart rate. During program setup, you can use the key to return to a previously accepted parameter. 1. Stand on the running belt; press the key. 2. You are prompted to select the desired T RAINING T OOLS program. Press the key to select the F ITNESS T ESTS programs, then press the key when prompted to select the Military Tests. Press the key corresponding to the desired test: n Press the key for the Army 2 Mile Run. n Press the key for the USMC 3 Mile Run. n Press the key for the USAF 1.5 Mile Run. n Press the key for the Navy 1.5 Mile Run. 3. The Information Window displays the message “THIS IS A # (distance) RUN TO BE COMPLETED AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE.” Press the S TART or key to continue. 4. You are prompted to enter your weight. You may enter your weight manually as described below, or you may use the weight scale to enter your weight (ELITE only; see “Using the Weight Scale” for details). n If you do not use the weight scale to enter your weight, the treadmill will display a default weight of 155 pounds (70 kg). You may enter any weight from 1 to 500 pounds (1 to 226 kg). n You can enter your weight using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter your correct weight. n You can press the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease the displayed weight in 1 pound (or 1 kg) increments. n When your correct weight has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value and advance to the next parameter. 5. You are prompted to enter your gender. n Press the key for “Male”; press the key for “Female.” n When your correct gender has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value and advance to the next parameter. 6. You are prompted to enter your age. n You may enter any age from 1 to 99 years. n You can enter your age using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter the desired age. n You can press the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease your age in 1 year increments. n When your correct age has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value and advance to the next parameter. 8. You are prompted to enter an initial running speed. n You may enter any speed from 0.5 to 12.5 mph (0.8 to 20.0 kph). n You can enter the maximum speed using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter the desired maximum speed. n You can press the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease the maximum speed in 0.1 unit increments. n When the desired maximum speed has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value. 8. The Information Window displays the message “YOU MAY CHANGE SPEED AND INCLINE DURING THE TEST”. for the Army 2 Mile Run, USMC 3 Mile Run and USAF 1.5 Mile Run, or “YOU MAY CHANGE SPEED DURING THE TEST.” for the Navy 1.5 Mile Run Press the S TART or key to continue. You are prompted with a 3 second countdown, then the treadmill begins the program. 28 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL

38. Star Trac strongly recommends performing regular preventive maintenance on your STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL . Without regularly scheduled maintenance, normal wear and tear may cause cumulative effects, such as misalign- ment or premature wear. This may result in downtime. For this reason, we highly recommend following the maintenance sched- ules.. Additionally, unusual symptoms, such as display codes and blown circuit breakers, should be reported to STAR TRAC PRODUCT SUPPORT DEPARTMENT at (800) 503-1221, or USA 1-714-669-1660. If any components are found to be worn or damaged, the treadmill should be removed from service until repairs can be made. Only components supplied or approved by Star Trac shall be used to maintain and/or repair the treadmill. DAILY MAINTENANCE n Remove excessive accumulations of dust, dirt, and other substances by using a clean soft cloth and a non-abrasive liquid clean- er, such as Formula 409 TM or FANTASTIK TM . Wipe down the display board, handrails, shroud and heart rate grips. NOTE: DO NOT spray the cleaner directly onto the display board or heart rate grips. Do not use liquid cleaner under the run- ning belt. n To ensure the longevity of the running belt, clean under the running belt with a soft, dry cloth. To clean, slide the cloth between the running belt and deck from one side of the frame to the other (you may need a ruler or similar tool to slide the towel unde r the belt), then, holding the edges of the cloth, pull the cloth from the headroller down to the tailroller. NOTE: DO NOT clean the running belt by activating the treadmill. n Inspect the running belt for alignment and tension. Do not tighten the running belt every day. If you notice slipping, adjust the running belt tension using the instructions provided in “Adjustments-Slipping-Running Belt” (later in this chapter), or contact Product Support as described at the beginning of this chapter. n Ensure the power cord is not under the treadmill and is positioned away from the elevation screws. This will prevent the power cord from being pinched or from binding up the elevation screws. WEEKLY MAINTENANCE n Vacuum the floor under and around the treadmill. Do so with the treadmill at its maximum elevation or moved to another spot. NOTE: Take care not to damage the power cord while vacuuming. n Inspect the inside surface of the running belt and the top surface of the running deck for unusual wear. Check the belt for a “glazed” condition (a smooth almost melted appearance). If the running belt appears glazed, replace the running belt and flip or replace the running deck. NOTE: Never install a new running belt on a used deck. n Inspect the display and handrail screws for security, and retighten if necessary. n Inspect the display panel/keypad for wear. BI-WEEKLY MAINTENANCE WARNING : To prevent personal injury, always turn the treadmill off and unplug the power cord before performing maintenance inside the motor compartment. n Remove the motor shroud and vacuum around the motor and its ventilation holes. Avoid bumping or damaging parts normal- ly protected by the shroud. MONTHLY MAINTENANCE n Wipe the elevation screws down with a clean dry cloth and coat them with silicon lubricant spray to prevent rust accumulation. 36 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL P REVENTATIVE M AINTENANCE C HAPTER 5

26. 3. If, for any reason, the treadmill does not detect your heart rate signal, the treadmill will gradually decrease the workout intensity. After the heart rate signal is re-acquired the interval training program will resume. To operate the Constant Heart Rate Control program: This heart rate feature is designed to maintain your heart rate at a constant level by varying the treadmill incline during you r workout. Please note that your heart rate may vary above and below your target heart rate during this program. 1. Stand on the running belt; press the key. 2. You are prompted to select the desired T RAINING T OOLS program. Press the key to select the HR T RAINING programs, then press the key when prompted to select Constant Heart Rate Control. 3. The Information Window displays the message “CONSTANT HR PROGRAM VARIES INCLINE TO MAINTAIN CON- STANT HEART RATE .” Press the S TART or key to continue. 4. You are prompted to enter your weight. You may enter your weight manually as described below, or you may use the weight scale to enter your weight (ELITE only; see “Using the Weight Scale” for details). n If you do not use the weight scale to enter your weight, the treadmill will display a default weight of 155 pounds (70 kg). You may enter any weight from 1 to 500 pounds (1 to 226 kg). n You can enter your weight using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter your correct weight. n You can press the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease the displayed weight in 1 pound (or 1 kg) increments. n When your correct weight has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value and advance to the next workout parameter. 5. You are prompted to enter a workout time. n The default workout time is 99 minutes. You may enter any time from 5 to 99 minutes. n You can enter a workout time using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter the desired workout time. n You can press the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease workout time in 1 minute increments. n When the desired workout time has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value and advance to the next parameter. 6. You are prompted to enter your age. n You may enter any age from 1 to 99 years. n You can enter your age using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter the desired age. n You can press the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease your age in 1 year increments. n When your correct age has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value and advance to the next parameter. 7. You are prompted to enter a target heart rate. The treadmill displays a default target heart rate that is based on 70% of your theoretical maximum heart rate (220 BPM - age). You may enter any value from 70 to 200 BPM. n You can enter a new target heart rate using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter the desired target heart rate . You may enter any value from 70 to 200 BPM. n You can use the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease the displayed target heart rate in 1 BPM incre- ments. n When the desired target heart rate has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value and advance to the next parameter. 8. You are prompted to enter a maximum speed. n You may enter any speed from 2.0 to 12.5 mph (3.2 to 20.0 kph). n You can enter the maximum speed using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter the desired maximum speed. n You can press the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease the maximum speed in 0.1 unit increments. n When the desired maximum speed has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value. You are prompted with a 3 second countdown, then the treadmill begins the program. 24 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL

31. 9. You can adjust the incline of the treadmill during the program: NOTE: You cannot change the incline for the Navy 1.5 Mile Run. n You can adjust treadmill incline from 0 to 15%, in 0.5% increments. Press the key to increase the treadmill incline; press the key to decrease the treadmill incline. 10. You can adjust the speed of the treadmill during the program: n You can specify a desired speed from 0.5 to 12.5 mph (0.8 to 20.0 kph), using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter your desired speed, then press the S TART or key to accept the entered speed. n You can adjust treadmill speed from 0.5 to 12.5 mph (0.8 to 20.0 kph), in 0.1 mph (or 0.1 kph) increments. Press the key to increase the treadmill speed; press the key to decrease the treadmill speed. 11. If desired, you can use the personal cooling fan during your workout (see “Using the Cooling Fan” for details). 12. When you have reached your workout goal, the treadmill will enter the Cooldown cycle (see “Cooldown Cycle” for more information). If you wish to exit your program before you have reached your workout goal, press the S TOP key once. The treadmill will slow to a stop, and the test will terminate. C ALCULATION FOR VO2 M AX VO2 is calculated for two work stages where heart rate is between 115 and 150 BPM using the following equation: VO2= HC + VC + 3.5ml/kg/min Where HC is the horizontal component and VC in the vertical component Using the two VO2 values, the slope, b, is calculated using the following equation: b= (SM2-SM1)/(Hr2-Hr1) where SM1 is the VO2 for the first stage, SM2 is the VO2 for the second stage, HR1 is the heart rate at the end of the first stage that was used to calculate VO2, and HR2 is the heart rate at the end of the second stage that was used to calculate VO2. VO2 max is then predicted using the following equation: VO2 Max = SM2+b(HRmax-HR2) where HRmax is the predicted max HR using the 220-age figure. Refer to the accompanying “Analyses of VO2 Max Scores” charts to determine your fitness level. COOLDOWN CYCLE Once you have completed your workout program, the treadmill enters a 2-minute cooldown cycle. To operate the treadmill during Cooldown: 1. You can adjust the incline of the treadmill during the program: n You can adjust treadmill incline from 0 to 15%, in 0.5% increments. Press the key to increase the treadmill incline; press the key to decrease the treadmill incline. 2. You can adjust the speed of the treadmill during the program: n You can specify a desired speed from 0.5 to 10.0 mph (0.8 to 16.0 kph) for 110-volt units or 0.5 to 12.0 mph (0.8 to 19.3 kph) for 220-volt units, using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter your desired speed, then press the S TART or E NTER key to accept the entered speed. 0 9 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 29 ANALYSES OF VO2 MAX SCORES Female (values in ml/kg/min) Age Low Fair Good Excellent Superior 1-19 <30.9 31.0 - 34.9 35.0 - 38.9 39.0 - 41.9 >41.9 20-29 <28.9 29.0 - 32.9 33.0 - 36.9 37.0 - 41.0 >41.0 30-39 <26.9 27.0 - 31.4 31.5 - 35.6 35.7 - 40.0 >40.0 40-49 <24.4 24.5 - 28.9 29.0 - 32.8 32.9 - 36.9 >36.9 50-59 <22.7 22.8 - 26.9 27.0 - 31.4 31.5 - 35.7 >35.7 60+ <20.1 20.2 - 24.4 24.5 - 30.2 30.3 - 31.4 >31.4 Male (values in ml/kg/min) Age Low Fair Good Excellent Superior 1-19 <38.3 38.4 - 45.1 45.2 - 50.9 51.0 - 55.9 >55.9 20-29 <36.4 36.5 - 42.4 42.5 - 46.4 46.5 - 52.4 >52.4 30-39 <35.4 35.5 - 40.9 41.0 - 44.9 45.0 - 49.4 >49.4 40-49 <33.5 33.6 - 38.9 39.0 - 43.7 43.8 - 48.0 >48.0 50-59 <30.9 31.0 - 35.7 35.8 - 40.9 41.0 - 45.3 >45.3 60+ <26.0 26.1 - 32.2 32.3 - 36.4 36.5 - 44.2 >44.2

34. To assist you in your training program, this chapter provides you with exercise principles, tips for training and hints to stay m oti- vated climbing up the conditioning ladder. THE FIRST STEP TO A BETTER LIFESTYLE With the STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL , you’ve taken an important first step to achieving your fitness goal. But, it’s important to have the right fitness tools to stay motivated and achieve results. About half of all people who start an exer- cise program quit within 6-12 months. What is the key to success for the other half? Motivation! As you may know, exercise reduces the factors associated with the development of heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, obesity and back disorders. Researchers have concluded that a healthful life-style including regular exercise can extend your life expectancy by as much as fifteen years! More importantly, exercise will help make all your years - no matter how may there are - productive and enjoya ble. What constitutes a regular exercise regimen? If you stick with a consistent workout program for 30 minutes, three times a week, f or 3 months, you will be on your way to a long-term fitness program. Part of the motivation for a regular exercise regimen will stem from the results you will both see and feel after three months. In fact, many exercisers start to experience results in as early as on e week! GETTING STARTED - WALKERS AND RUNNERS For fitness newcomers or veterans, the STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL offers tailormade walking and run- ning programs. The following information will be useful when developing your own exercise program. Assessing Fitness Level Conducting a cardiovascular endurance assessment is a great way to start an exercise regimen. With the simple 1 mile Fit Test on your Star Trac PRO SERIES treadmill, the results provide great baseline information to help determine your proper workout intensity levels, and it serves as a great motivational tool for showing improvements over time. Below is a simple test to follow . This assessment should only be used with apparently healthy adults. The Fit Test is a modified version of the Balke and Ware protocol for maximal VO2 treadmill testing. The Fit Test requires 12 mi n- utes to complete. During the Fit Test, treadmill speed remains at a constant 3.4 mph. Treadmill incline is set at 0% during the first minute, increases to 2% during the second minute, and increases by 1% per minute for the remainder of the test. Your heart rate results are compared with charted data for your corresponding age and gender. Test results are given on a scale of 1 to 10, and include your calculated VO2 max. VO2 max is a physiological measurement of a bodies ability to absorb oxygen and has spe- cific correlation to your fitness level. The Warm Up Warming-up prepares you for physical activity by increasing body temperature, allowing the muscles to relax and contract more smoothly and efficiently, and lubricating the joints. Good warm-up exercises include walking, bicycling, jogging and light calis- thenics. Proper warm-up may also help prevent injuries and reduce the likelihood of cardiac abnormalities. A mild sweat is a good indication that the body is sufficiently warmed-up. Pre-Exercise Stretching A flexibility program prior to walking or running is designed to help improve performance and reduce the risk of injury during the activity. When you are stretching, remember these simple rules: n An active warm-up is recommended prior to vigorous stretching exercises. If stretches are performed, they should be done with caution, so as to not over stretch muscles. n Do not force a stretch. The degree of stretching should not cause significant pain. n Hold the stretch for 10 to 15 seconds without bouncing. n Repeat each stretch two or three times for increased flexibility. n Try to maintain good posture and remember to breathe during the stretch. The following muscle groups should be stretched/warmed up for any walking or running program: n Quadriceps n Glutes n Chest n Hamstrings n Inner thighs n Shoulder muscles n Calves n Back muscles n Hip flexors 32 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL T RAINING I NFORMATION C HAPTER 4

25. n You can press the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease the displayed weight in 1 pound (or 1 kg) increments. n When your correct weight has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value and advance to the next workout parameter. 5. You are prompted to enter a workout time. n The default workout time is 99 minutes. You may enter any time from 5 to 99 minutes. n You can enter a workout time using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter the desired workout time. n You can press the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease workout time in 1 minute increments. n When the desired workout time has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value and advance to the next parameter. 6. You are prompted to enter your age. n You may enter any age from 1 to 99 years. n You can enter your age using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter the desired age. n You can press the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease your age in 1 year increments. n When your correct age has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value and advance to the next parameter. 7. You are prompted to enter your upper heart rate limit. n The treadmill displays a default upper heart rate limit based on 75% of your theoretical maximum heart rate (220 BPM - age). n You can enter a new upper heart rate limit using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter the desired upper heart rate limit. You may enter any value from 90 to 200 BPM. n You can use the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease the displayed upper heart rate limit in 1 BPM increments. n When the desired upper heart rate limit has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value and advance to the next parameter. 8. You are prompted to enter your lower heart rate limit. n The treadmill displays a default lower heart rate limit based on 60% of your theoretical maximum heart rate (220 BPM - age). n You can enter a new lower heart rate limit using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter the desired lower heart rate limit. You may enter any value from 70 BPM to 20 BPM less than the entered upper heart rate limit. n You can use the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease the displayed lower heart rate limit in 1 BPM increments. n When the desired lower heart rate limit has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value and advance to the next parameter. 9. You are prompted to enter a maximum speed. n You may enter any speed from 2.0 to 7.0 mph (3.0 to 11.0 kph). n You can enter the maximum speed using the numeric keypad. Use the keys to enter the desired maximum speed. n You can press the or key, as necessary, to increase or decrease the maximum speed in 0.1 unit increments. n When the desired maximum speed has been entered, press the S TART or key to accept the displayed value. You are prompted with a 3 second countdown, then the treadmill begins the program. n During the Workout 1. During the heart rate controlled workout, the treadmill will respond every 20 seconds to your heart rate. The treadmill uses your heart rate to adjust the intensity of the workout. The treadmill will adjust speed and (if necessary) incline to elevate your heart rate to the specified upper limit, then it will gradually decrease incline and (if necessary) speed to lower your heart rate to the specified lower limit. A typical 20 minute workout may repeat this pattern 3 to 5 times. 2. The program will display various motivational and informative messages throughout the workout. After the workout is complete, the program will scroll the summary workout information. STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL 23

20. Graphic Display: Traces your progress through each of the programs and allows you to anticipate changes in terrain. Display elements illuminate from left to right across the bottom of the display to indicate your progress through the course. At each st ep, display elements illuminate in columns to indicate your ascent up the gradient that is in effect. Motivational Track: Shows your progress counter clockwise around 1/4 mile (400-meter) course, starting from the bottom center. Speed Keys: Adjust running belt speed in 0.1 miles per hour (mph) or 0.1 kilometers per hour (km/hr) increments. To increase or decrease speed, press the or keys, respectively, until the desired speed appears in the Information Window, then, press S TART . Speed cannot be higher than the established “MAXIMUM SPEED” param- eter (see Chapter 8.) These keys repeat when pressed and held. Speed Window: Shows the speed at which the user is walking/running, from 0.5 mph (0.8 kph) to 12.5 mph (20.0 kph). Incline Keys: Adjust treadmill incline in 0.5% increments from 0% through 15% in manual operation. These keys repeat when pressed and held. Incline Window: Shows the incline that the user is ascending, from 0% (easiest) to 15% (most difficult). Numeric Keypad: Allow you to enter specific values for program parameters during program setup. The numer- ic keypad can also be used to adjust treadmill speed while the treadmill is operating. Time Window: Shows the duration of your workout thus far in minutes and seconds. Distance Window: Shows the total number of miles or kilometers you have walked or run thus far. Calorie Window: Shows your aggregate caloric expenditure thus far in your workout. Heart Rate Indicator: Pulsates to indicate your heart rate has been acquired through the use of the heart rate strap or heart rate grips. Fan Key: Allows you to control the speed of the personal cooling fan, either OFF, LOW or HIGH. Heart Rate Display: Shows your current heart rate in beats per minute (BPM) while wearing the heart rate strap or grasping the heart rate grips. PROGRAM Keys: Allow you to access a desired workout program. Information Window: Provides informational messages, prompts during program setup, notification when your workout is com- plete, and scrolling summarized workout data during and after a workout. Depending on the program completed and treadmill settings as set in Maintenance Settings mode, workout data may include: HINTS AND TIPS FOR GETTING STARTED The following hints and tips will assist in training your users to maximize the fitness benefits of your STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL . n Walk or run at a rate that feels comfortable and most natural, yet is sufficiently vigorous to get a good cardio workout. n Try different walking or running rhythms. In manual operation, adjust your pace from low speed to high speed, then back to low. As you become more comfortable with your treadmill, try going faster or using the preset programs. n Watch the Graphic Display to anticipate terrain changes. When you use the preset programs, the display shows changes in terrain as tall or short columns. The display also notifies you of incline changes with a series of beeps and a flashing display element. 18 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL n Time n Distance remaining - miles or kilometers n Laps completed n Calories expended per hour n Minutes per mile/kilometer n Vertical distance travelled - feet or meters n METS n Heart Rate

48. Star Trac recommends that you refer your questions about your STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL operation and suspected malfunctions to Star Trac’s Service Hotline at (800) 503-1221, or USA 1-714-669-1660. However, you may wish to investigate error messages that appear in the Information Window. You may do so by reviewing the information in this section. KEY DOWN: This error generally occurs when a key is held pressed while the ON/OFF switch is moved to ON . It may also hap- pen if a key becomes stuck. When you see KEY DOWN: n Set the ON/OFF switch to OFF ; wait 2 seconds. n Set the ON/OFF switch to ON . The treadmill should be operational again. Notify Star Trac if additional assistance is needed. NO STOP: This error generally occurs when the Stop Switch is not connected tightly to the circuit board of the Display Control Panel. It may also happen if the circuitry associated with the switch develops a fault. When you see NO STOP: n Set the ON/OFF switch to OFF ; wait 2 seconds. n Set the ON/OFF switch to ON . Notify Star Trac if additional assistance is needed. CHECK SPEED SYS and SPEED CHANGE: These errors generally occur when the running belt speed sensor is disconnected, faulty, or misaligned relative to the revolutions-per-minute (RPM) sensor of the motor. They may also occur if the speed sensor cable is damaged, or if the Motor Control Board (MCB) is misadjusted or faulty. When you see CHECK SPEED SYS or SPEED CHANGE: n Set the ON/OFF switch to OFF ; wait 2 seconds. n Set the ON/OFF switch to ON . Notify Star Trac if additional assistance is needed. ELEV STALL, ELEV RANGE and ELEV LOST: These errors generally occur when the elevation (incline) potentiometer is faulty or out of limits, or the elevation motor is disconnected or receiving low power. They may also occur if the Motor Control Board (MCB) is faulty or the motor gears are stripped. They are usually accompanied by failure of the treadmill to rise from an elevation other than maximum (or descend from an elevation other than minimum), with attendant beep indication. T ROUBLESHOOTING 46 STAR TRAC PRO S / PRO / ELITE TREADMILL O WNER ’ S M ANUAL C HAPTER 7

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