elliptical trainer


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elliptical trainer

n.
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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The Galaxy Watch Active can auto-detect select activities such as run, bike, row, elliptical trainers or a dynamic workout.
I would try non-impact activity as well, such as pool running with an aqua jogger, or using an elliptical trainer in the gym.
An elliptical trainer might have been a suitable alternative for a low-impact workout, except Pate longed to exercise outdoors.
And injured runners or others needing gait training will have a 45-foot running lane to complement the treadmills, bikes and elliptical trainer.
Who wants to go to the gym and shake that newly acquired belly on a stair-master or elliptical trainer?
It's basically an elliptical trainer on wheels so you can go forward just like a bike.
GEORGIA on the elliptical trainer. The aim is to burn 100 calories for 10 minutes.
This CT differs from a traditional elliptical trainer in two ways that warrant further discussion.
A randomized cross-over study design was used in order to establish how a familiarization session affects 30-s allout test performed on an elliptical trainer compared to a cycle ergometer by using repeated-measures, and 30-s tests were carried out with one day intervals between elliptical trainer and cycle ergometer trials.
WEEK 2 Following a warm up on the rowing machine, Gethin corralled me to the elliptical trainer. Of course, I had to lunge on alternate legs across the gym to get there, which added to the effort.
I would suggest non-weight bearing or low impact exercise, for example, swimming, cycling, elliptical trainer, walking and low impact aerobics are perfect.