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GET FIT WHILE YOU SIT - Built specifically to be used while sitting, the Cubii Pro under-desk elliptical keeps you moving and active throughout your day. Work out at the office or in the comfort of your favorite chair at home. REAL-TIME BLUETOOTH TRACKING - Sync to the free Cubii app, Fitbit or Apple HealthKit to track your workouts in real time and measure progress. Record calories burned, RPM, strides, time and distance. WHISPER-QUIET - Designed and manufactured to be whisper-quiet discreetly work out without disturbing those around you. The low profile and smooth elliptical motion keeps your knees from hitting your desk. LOW IMPACT WORKOUT - Patented ergonomic angels provide a smooth elliptical motion with minimal impact on your joints. Ideal for home rehab. Select from 8 resistance levels, allowing you to adjust and control the intensity of your workout. EASY ASSEMBLY - Quick and easy assembly, right out of the box - just 4 screws and you re done Estimated assembly time is 3-4 minutes. EASY ASSEMBLY - Quick and easy assembly, right out of the box - just 4 screws and you re done Estimated assembly time is 3-4 minutes.
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Customer reviewsGreat low impact exercise for cancer patients.
So unlike almost everyone else in these reviews, I did not buy this for use under my desk. I was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 29 this past July, and as such, had to undergo chemo and more recently, surgery but chemo worked So it was worth all the misery . I unfortunately gained 15 lbs with chemo steroids and chemotherapy-induced menopause somehow outweigh the nausea, although I am eternally grateful for Zofran , and it also made me anemic, so the fatigue was a lingering side effect. Based on the recommendation of literally every health professional at my cancer center, exercise can actually counteract the fatigue and make me feel better about my recent weight gain. I knew after surgery I would be barred from exercise for awhile, but walking is pretty much always acceptable, and I knew the Cubii would be pretty low impact not require arm movement. I use it while watching tv and sitting on an exercise ball in a base, because I didn t survive cancer and cancer treatment just to roll away and break a leg , and it syncs to my Fitbit so I actually get steps counted versus my arm exercises that trick my Fitbit into thinking I m active . I love it. I actually wish I d gotten it earlier in treatment. So while I m sure it s a great at-work device, it s also great for cancer patients - it s made me feel more like a productive person if I can hit my basic goals and yes, it does somewhat help with the fatigue .