La Crosse, WI (WXOW) - Riverfront participants have a new way to achieve their fitness goals, thanks to the combined donations of the Great Rivers United Way, the Green Bay Packers Foundation, and the Gundersen Lutheran Health System.
Their generous contributions supported the purchase of a NuStep recumbent cross trainer, now in use at Riverfront's La Crosse facility.
The NuStep recumbent cross trainer is accessible and can be adjusted to accommodate a wide range of abilities. It simulates walking without the jarring forces and stress placed on joints during walking, and it will compliment other health and fitness opportunities available to Riverfront participants.
The Riverfront staff is trained to help every individual get the appropriate level of activity using the NuStep and achieve their fitness and healthy living goals.
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