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Choosing an Elliptical Cross Trainer


Elliptical cross trainers have been around for several years and their popularity grows continually. Elliptical cross trainers give you an impact-free, complete workout that seems less stressful than with other types of fitness equipment. You will expend just as much energy using an elliptical cross trainer, but you will feel as if you are not working quite as hard due to the minimal impact on the joints and the level of comfort you will feel while training. An elliptical cross trainer combines the benefits of a stair climber, treadmill, and a rowing machine. You can effective work several areas of the body at one time and expend less effort than if you did the exercises separately.

When choosing an elliptical cross trainer, you should look for a machine with upper body levers, both forward and reverse motions, and adjustable pedals and resistance. You can purchase an elliptical cross trainer for as little as $200 and as much as $3,500 or more. The type you choose will depend on the frequency in which you intend to use your elliptical cross trainer and the intensity and additional features you desire. If you intend to perform intense workouts with your elliptical cross trainer then you should expect to spend at least $100.

Elliptical cross trainers have replaced many of the more traditional types of fitness equipment found in gyms and in homes. You can get a highly effective workout with one simple machine instead of needing several items to achieve your fitness goals. There are several brands of elliptical cross trainers and a large price range from which to choose. Make sure the brand you choose is a well-known manufacturer and includes an excellent warranty.

Ken Austin is the webmaster at http://www.onlinehomegym.com and http://fitness-equipment.mynichesites.com


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