A great way to improve your workouts is to track your pgoress. Keep you mind busy and motivation up with these fitness accessories.
What is Passport? Passport is a revolutionary workout experience with Virtual Active programming. The Passport Media Player is available on most Horizon Fitness treadmills, bikes and elliptical trainers. Choose from three separate video packs, each of which features six distinct destinations. Individual packs are loaded onto a USB stick. What it Does Run, hike or ride through your destination as dynamic, high definition video content is displayed on your television. The experience is further brought to life as you feel gradual terrain changes under your feet as you go up and down hills or stairs (on treadmills); and as you hear the ambient sounds of your destination through your speakers or headphones. Passport featuring Virtual Active offers an escape unlike anything else available today.
About this Destination The deserts of California's Death Valley. The splendor of Maine's Acadia National Park. The quintessential charm of parisian boulevards. The breathtaking glaciers in Canada's British Columbia. With Passport, you can see the sights you've dreamed of visiting, and you can return as often as you like. This selection of courses includes equal measures of history and majesty around every turn. Includes: Paris and Reims (France) Southern Utah (USA) Acadia National Park (USA) British Columbia (Canada) Rocky Mountains (USA) California Desert (USA) Individual packs are loaded onto a USB stick.
About this Destination New Zealand's dormant volcanoes. Arizona's crimson canyons. Italy's Alpine passes. New England's radiant fall colors. With this Passport course collection you can travel coast-to-coast in America, skip over to Europe and stop over in New Zealand all in a matter of days. Working out doesn't get any more worldly than this. Includes: Arizona (USA) Oregon (USA) Auckland & Wellington (NZ) California Coast (USA) New England (USA) Italian Alps (Italy) Individual packs are loaded onto a USB stick.
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