cross-trainer


Also found in: Wikipedia.

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.
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
CLAUDIO Bravo's video of himself working on a cross-trainer could yet prove to be of great importance to City's season.
Precor is an innovative company that invented the rowing machine, elliptical cross-trainer and the adaptive motion trainer or the AMT.
Bodies were feeling less sluggish thanks to the reacquaintance with a cross-trainer and rowing machine after a long-distance relationship over the festive season (the walk from our beds to the gym having felt akin to crossing the Atlantic in a pedalo).
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.
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.
a cross-trainer, like Reebok Scream 2.0 ($80, reebok.
One family owns a cross-trainer, a bouncer (small trampoline) and an exercise bike - none of which are ever used.
EXERCISE OF THE WEEK A firm favourite with exercise enthusiasts, you won't move an inch but will lose the inches with regular sessions on a cross-trainer. 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.
CROSS TRAINING: A firm favourite with exercise enthusiasts, you won''t move an inch but will lose the inches with regular sessions on a cross-trainer. BENEFITS: A cross-trainer combines the movements of a stair climber, treadmill and exercise bike in one.
"I come straight from school to the class; I like the cross-trainer and treadmill best."
Attended aqua-aerobics and also working out on cross-trainer at home Diet?