Another fantastic review of our Invictus Active Trainer from one of our users, ex British Forces.

I am paralysed from the chest down following an injury. I have used The Invictus Active Trainer for nearly a fortnight as I write. I cannot begin to express strongly enough what a success this has been. I am ex-forces and very used to an active lifestyle. It took me a few days of gentle 15 minute sessions to warm up tired and unused muscle groups but then I soon found my flow.

I am now training at nearly maximum capacity every day and my entire body feels like its had a proper workout after my 30-45 minute sessions. It is just wonderful to challenge myself and be so animated again. I use the Wahoo heart monitor and app to watch my distance, speed, heart rate, and calories burned. It is a fantastic addition to this great piece of very portable kit. It is the first time in a long time that my body has felt so pleasantly tired and utilised again.

I am finding my posture stronger and straighter following use and I am feeling sensations in paralysed abdominal muscles that I have not experienced in a long time. And my aerobic fitness is improving noticeably each day too. Along with this I am finally having a good nights sleep as well after my evening workouts. There is no reason not to invest in the Invictus Active Trainer. You will be very glad you did. Had I known of the existence of the Trainer sooner then I would’ve bought one years ago.

Highly recommended. Steve J Morgan

(Photo or video, regrettably I’m unable to do that with regards to my previous employment.)

“I am feeling sensations in paralysed abdominal muscles that I have not experienced in a long time.”

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“There is no reason not to invest in the Invictus Active Trainer. You will be very glad you did. Had I known of the existence of the Trainer sooner then I would’ve bought one years ago.”

 

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The Special Air Service (SAS) is a special forces unit of the British Army. It was founded as a regiment in 1941 by David Stirling and in 1950, it was reconstituted as a corps. The unit specialises in a number of roles including counter-terrorism, hostage rescue, direct action and covert reconnaissance. Much of the information about the SAS is highly classified, and the unit is not commented on by either the British government or the Ministry of Defence due to the secrecy and sensitivity of its operations.

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