TREADMILLS AND CYCLOERGOMETERS
Lode treadmills are a reference in sports medicine and rehabilitation. They are a versatile solution, in various sizes, with high precision in speed settings and a robust design, ready for continuous use by subjects of all weights and heights.
They allow reaching a maximum speed of up to 40 km/h, their smooth acceleration mechanics and their multiple accessories make these treadmills a versatile and adaptable solution to all kinds of needs. Some of the main accessories are blood pressure and SpO2 modules, market leading ergospirometry systems, various handrails, seat belts, an automatic speed module, and a negative lift module.
Lode offers cycloergometers with the maximum performance, versatility, reliability, customization and robustness as its treadmills. They have numerous test protocols implemented, electric adjustable saddle and handlebar, force measurement at each pedal stroke and power adjustment with maximum precision.
The cycloergometer is a good device for measuring the physiological response to a standard rate of work production (power output) of a person whose weight has changed. Since most of the body weight is supported by the bicycle, resistance is relatively independent of body weight.
PUBLICATIONS AND SCIENTIFIC VALIDATION
VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY:
Validity and Reliability of the Lode Excalibur Sport Cycle Ergometer for the Wingate Anaerobic Test.
COMPARISON OF PHYSIOLOGICAL MEASURES:
Comparison of Physiological Measures obtained using the Lode Excalibur Sport cycle ergometer and Tacx i-Magic home training device.
RELIABILITY OF THE LODE EXCALIBUR:
Bertec instrumented treadmills allow researchers to record and analyze variables of interest continuously, easily and quickly. In addition, it saves space for gait and race evaluations that typically require larger dimensions.
These treadmills offer high data precision and precisely controlled speeds and accelerations. In addition to being a mat with very low vibrations, it allows obtaining the information of the belt divided into two independently controlled or synchronized mat, in two directions, forward and backward, with inclinations of up to 15 degrees. On the other hand, they allow reaching a maximum speed of up to 21 km/h and accelerations of up to 5 m/s2.