elliptical trainer

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elliptical trainer

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A piece of stationary exercise equipment that provides resistance for aerobic exercising while limiting stress placed on the joints, typically having foot pads that move in a horizontal ellipse and upright poles that move backward and forward. Also called cross trainer.
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Mr Obama played basketball, lifted weights, worked out on an elliptical machine or treadmill and played golf.
For some, particularly amid todays high-velocity news cycle, this daily routine may involve hitting a treadmill or elliptical machine while catching up on cable TV networks.
A great way to enhance your workout considerably is buying an inclined ramp on your treadmill or elliptical machine with cross-training handlebars from Charleston Fitness Equipment, the South Carolina's Premier Retailer of Life Fitness, Octane, Precor, Matrix and many more.
We perform most of the cardiovascular exercises on the treadmill and the elliptical machine.
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The elliptical machine can be less stressful on your knees, hips and back.
A good way to get started with HIIT is with a stationary bike, elliptical machine or treadmill with a timer.
Octane Fitness specializes in the elliptical machine, and offers the xRide recumbent elliptical, the LateralX, the Zero Runner, and the XT-One machines.
Icon had alleged that Octane infringed on Icon's patent, which covers an elliptical machine designed to minimize floor space and allow for adjustable stride length.
An anti-gravity treadmill and an elliptical machine that puts energy back into the grid arrived in Bellingham early this year.
Almost everything was the color gold: a hospital bed fitted with satin sheets, the artist's hospital gown, a hospital tray table, walls, outlets, and an elliptical machine.
2 miles per hour, using an elliptical machine, or doing a boot camp aerobics class (Harvard Heart Letter, 2004).