For the past nine years, Jacobs Ladder, LLC, has focused on one product — Jacobs Ladder. Using patented, air-flow technology, Jacobs Ladder offers users an engaging, challenging, functional and low-impact exercise. Jacobs Ladder has grown and is now in gyms across the country. Most recently, Jacobs Ladder was named to Gold’s Gym’s Preferred Vendor list.
Now, Jacobs Ladder, LLC, has announced the launch of its newest product, the Stairway. Using the same air-flow technology, they have created the ultimate stair climber. “We saw a need in the market for a stair climbing unit that was more reliable and less expensive,” explained Bob Palka, the president of Jacobs Ladder, LLC. “So, we took Jacobs Ladder, stood the user up and replaced the rungs with stairs. It was that simple.”
The Stairway has some real benefits compared to its competition. The Stairway is a self-powered unit, and the display features a 7-inch LCD panel showing Elapsed Time, Stairs Climbed and Rate (steps per min) and 2 to 3-inch displays showing Heart Rate (wireless chest strap) and Calories Burned. It maintains a normal step height of an 8-inch stair, but offers a lower initial step height of 11 inches, making it easier to get on and off the unit. Combining that with Jacobs Ladder’s patented Waist Belt Speed Control, which stops the unit when the user gets to the bottom, gives increased safety to the Stairway for all gym owners.
The Stairway is a stair climbing cardio machine designed specifically for the commercial environment — a perfect new addition to your club. The Stairway sports state-of-the-art features, including but not limited to:
• Initial step height of 11 inches.
• Step-to-step height of 8 inches.
• 30.5 inches wide x 54 inches long x
• 8.5-foot minimum ceiling height.
• Self-powered (no need for plug).
• Digital readouts: Elapsed Time, Steps
Climbed, Rate (Steps per min), Calorie
Burn, Heart Rate (wireless).
• Durable commercial construction.
• Warranty: 4 years on parts / 1 year
• User-controlled speed.
• Made in the U.S.
• Automatic stop.
For more information about the stairway, visit www.jacobsladderexercise.com, e-mail email@example.com or call 716.692.1455.