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APT 5 Active Passive Trainer on Hi-Low Stand


  • Active or Passive Training
  • Upper or Lower Body
  • EZ Click Components
  • Forward or Reverse
  • Spasm Detection
  • Adjustable Length Crank Radius

$6,044.50 incl. GST | $5,495.00 excl. GST


The Active Passive Trainer (APT) is a unique exercise rehabilitation trainer for the upper or lower limbs. APT is an electronically-powered trainer with both forward and backward rotation.

PASSIVE MODE – a powered movement at regulated speeds, for exercise of limbs that have limited or no muscle power.

A unique auto reverse feature ensures that in the event of a muscle seizure during exercise, APT senses that the pedals have locked and gently reverses direction to release the affected muscles.

ACTIVE MODE – enables a wide range of exercise, either workload dependent, where the resistance level is constant regardless of pedal speed, or isokinetic where resistance increases as speed increases.

The height and the length of the crank arms are easily adjusted to provide a variable range of motion, giving the APT exceptional versatility, with exercise options to meet most requirements.

Specially designed foot rests, leg supports, hand grips, support gloves can be interchanged quickly and easily, clipping firmly into the variable length crank arm with APT’s simple quick release fittings.

Offering a wide range of advanced features for both active and passive users, our fully digital, electric powered trainer is designed mainly for users with limited or no muscular strength. Whether disabled by injury, suffering from muscle atrophy or confined to a wheelchair, the Active Passive Trainer APT-5 caters to the different degrees of muscle incapability.

Fully digital, the Active Passive Trainer APT-5 enables complete control of speed, resistance, amount of spins and load levels. A remote control facilitates operation for users with limited movement abilities. Available accessories include heart rate monitor, special handle bars, hemi-gloves, footrests, and hand grips.

APT Features and Benefits:

Passive Users

  • Varying speeds and load levels for passive exercising.
  • Upper and lower limb training for passive, disabled users.
  • Allows application of physical force in passive training mode.
  • Improves circulation, muscle tone and range of motion.
  • Decrease atrophy, spasms and swelling.
  • Reduces total limb resistance to passive cycling.
  • Normalizes lower extremities muscle tone.
  • Motoric learning.

Clinical Applications:

  • Spinal cord injury
  • Spina Bifida
  • Cerebrovascular Incidence (CVA)
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Myopathies
  • Congenital Muscular Dystrophy

Active Users

  • Varying levels of resistance for Active exercising
  • Active training for upper and lower limbs
  • Adjustable crank-arm height and length
  • Improves blood circulation, strength, endurance and muscle-tone
  • Learn the motorics of cycling
  • Activate rhythmical locomotion patterns

Clinical Applications:

  • Senior citizens
  • Orthopedic pathologies (partial weight bearing)
  • Children with motoric disorders
  • Post traumatic brain damage
  • Parkinson
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Post Polio Syndrome
  • Post Cardiac Rehabilitation

APT-5 Technical Specifications:

  • Rotation Radius: 37.5/75/112.5/150 mm
  • Exercising positions (angle): 15/30/45/60
  • Rated voltage: 18 V AC
  • Power supply: 220-240V AC 50 Hz.
  • Rated Power: 100 VA

The APT (Active Passive Trainer) from Tzora is a revolutionary rehabilitation device designed to provide both active and passive exercise options for individuals with mobility impairments. Here are the key features and benefits of the APT:


  1. Dual Mode Operation: The APT offers both active and passive modes of exercise. In passive mode, the device assists the user’s limbs through a controlled range of motion, while in active mode, the user engages their own muscles to move against resistance.
  2. Adjustable Resistance Levels: Users can customize the resistance level according to their specific needs and abilities. This allows for gradual progression and adaptation as the user’s strength and mobility improve over time.
  3. Bi-Directional Movement: The APT enables bi-directional movement, allowing users to perform exercises in both forward and reverse directions. This helps target different muscle groups and provides a more comprehensive workout experience.
  4. Compact and Portable Design: The APT features a lightweight and compact design, making it easy to transport and store. Its small footprint makes it suitable for home use or clinical settings with limited space.
  5. User-Friendly Interface: The device is equipped with intuitive controls and a user-friendly interface, allowing users to easily adjust settings and monitor their progress during exercise sessions.
  6. Safety Features: Safety features such as emergency stop buttons and adjustable safety straps ensure a safe and controlled exercise experience for users, minimizing the risk of injury.
  7. Versatile Applications: The APT can be used for a wide range of rehabilitation purposes, including improving range of motion, muscle strength, coordination, and endurance. It is suitable for individuals recovering from stroke, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, and other neurological or musculoskeletal conditions.


  1. Improved Mobility: The APT helps improve mobility by increasing joint flexibility, muscle strength, and coordination. This can lead to greater independence and functional ability in activities of daily living.
  2. Enhanced Muscle Strength: Both active and passive exercise modes help strengthen muscles, improving overall muscle tone and endurance. This is particularly beneficial for individuals with muscle weakness or atrophy due to injury or prolonged immobility.
  3. Promotes Neuroplasticity: The APT facilitates repetitive movement patterns, which can help promote neuroplasticity and motor re-learning in individuals with neurological conditions such as stroke or spinal cord injury.
  4. Pain Reduction: Regular use of the APT can help reduce pain and discomfort associated with muscle stiffness, joint immobility, or overuse injuries. Gentle passive stretching can alleviate muscle tension and improve circulation, leading to pain relief.
  5. Convenient Rehabilitation: With the APT, users can conveniently perform rehabilitation exercises in the comfort of their own home or in a clinical setting. This promotes adherence to exercise programs and allows for more frequent and consistent training sessions.
  6. Progress Tracking: The device allows users and therapists to track progress over time, including range of motion measurements, resistance levels, and exercise duration. This feedback can help set goals, monitor improvements, and adjust treatment plans as needed.

Overall, the APT Active Passive Trainer from Tzora offers a versatile and effective solution for rehabilitation, providing customizable exercise options, safety features, and a user-friendly design to support individuals in their journey toward improved mobility and function.

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