The Bremshey CR5 Crosstrainer has a servo-adjusted brake system. It comes with 16 programmes as well as a heart rate chest belt option and transportation wheels to make it easier to transport.
Maximum user weight 135kg.
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Crosstrainer exercise tips
If you’d like toned and supple limbs but don’t like the high-impact, muscle-building effects of lifting weights, look into a crosstrainer. Perhaps you’ve seen them in a gym: those two-handed and two-footed pieces of equipment that mimic the actions of skiing. Crosstrainers are ideal if you want to lose some weight, become more flexible, or increase your everyday fitness.
Crosstrainers are a very effective way to burn calories without stressing your body. They work arms and legs at the same time, in addition to flexing your stomach and sides with gentle twisting movements. This leads to an all-over workout and burns calories more effectively than exercising arms or legs only. So crosstrainers are an ideal way to lose weight.
Staying flexible helps to maintain muscle tone and keeps all your muscles active – which means fewer mobility problems as you age. The range of movements on a cross trainer – side to side, up and down, and forwards and backwards at the same time – are called elliptical, because they move your body in ovals. As well as burning calories, elliptical movements build flexibility without risk.
A few sessions a week on a crosstrainer will improve your aerobic fitness – the basic conditioning that lets you walk, run, or swim without getting out of breath too quickly. Better aerobic fitness means more energy.