cross-trainer


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cross-trainer

also cross trainer (krôs′trā′nər, krŏs′-)
n.
1. A person who cross-trains, especially in different sports.
2. An athletic shoe designed for cross-training, as for running and court sports.
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Whether you want to start gently with a simple Swiss ball and yoga mat or go full throttle with a cross-trainer or rowing machine, we've found all the workout kit you need, and at knockdown prices too.
Precor is an innovative company that invented the rowing machine, elliptical cross-trainer and the adaptive motion trainer or the AMT.
The 49-year-old said her former Friends co-star got her hooked on using a cross-trainer machine at the gym when she could no longer do pilates because of an injury.
Benefits: A cross-trainer - sometimes known as an elliptical bike - is exercise equipment that combines the movements of a stair climber, treadmill and exercise bike into one.
AS a keen gym-goer I know that what Rihanna was wearing as she worked out on her cross-trainer was ridiculous.
Day three was completed on a cross-trainer, a stationary exercise machine used to simulate walking or running.
BENEFITS: A cross-trainer combines the movements of a stair climber, treadmill and exercise bike in one.
6am: Lesley takes amino acids before jumping on the cross-trainer for an hour.
If a joint, hip, knee or back injury has slowed you down, consider using an elliptical cross-trainer.
A total-body elliptical cross-trainer, the 91X, which lets apartment fitness facilities meet the varying cross-training preferences of its residents;
Based on an outdoor cross-trainer platform, the 45 GTX is for anyone who must spend long hours standing or walking, but who may also need to move out smartly in foot pursuits.
There is also the cross-trainer, which provides an alternative to the usual step and jogging machines.