Using this wheelchair ergometer you can also calculate wattage output.
The Invictus Active Trainer is also used as a tool to measure performance and muscles of wheelchair users – the trainer is able to connect to any smart phone or tablet via our mobile app and records speed, distance and heart rate. When we originally designed the trainer we used certain technology that is frequently used in the professional cycling world so we know data can be obtained from our wheelchair ergometer and measurements can be done.
You are able to measure the following:
- Speed and distance of wheelchair (mph or kpm).
- Heart rate can be recorded as the user is pushing.
- Independent arms – you can measure how each arm is performing and how they differ.
- Wattage – our rollers calibrate so you can calculate the wattage output of the wheelchair.
- Various burn and burn exercises already built into app.
Our mobile app already records this data – but we are keen to build on this and know there is a lot more potential in obtaining data on wheelchair ergometry, although there is certain degree of research already carried out.
We work with different Universities and clinics but are keen to work with all those interested and offer special packages and discounts to the professional sector for our wheelchair ergometer – contact us via email email@example.com to discuss in more detail.
What data does the app record?
The app record all the data you will need – speed, distance, heart rate and calories. It connects straight up to the bluetooth sensor on our trainer.
Fitness advice: the trainer is able to connect to any smart phone or tablet via our mobile app and records speed.
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Kuschall K- series wheelchairs have a “No Limits” approach. They offer exceptional strength and performance with unparalleled aesthetic appeal. The dynamic frames can cope with the rigours of active daily use and can even withstand some more extreme usage. This unique wheelchair adapts to your changing needs and desires. Additionally, there are many accessories and innovative options to transform this versatile wheelchair.
The name Kuschall is synonymous with innovative style in wheelchairs. The company originates from Switzerland and was founded by Rainer Kuschall, a tetraplegic himself. in 1985 Rainer was awarded the Designer Award by the New York Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) for the Kuschall Competition. This was the first wheelchair to have a minimal frame design and the start of things to come. The company has launched many successful models and they remain at the leading edge of wheelchair design. In 1995 they became part of the Invacare Corporation. Now they produce and distribute in fourteen European countries. The original Kuschall K-series wheelchair was launched in 1997 and the new generation design appeared in 2010.