The Body-Works Commercial Elliptical Cross Trainer Machine is a full commercial product. This Elliptical was specifically engineered for any Home & Commercial environment, from its heavy-duty steel frame to its durable powder coat paint finish. Its design focuses on convenience, comfort, reliability, and aesthetic appeal.
A streamlined and sleek design provides effective workouts for a wide range of exercises. A smooth and natural-feeling ellipse path provides effective results.
The unique suspension design provides an exceptionally smooth feel, utmost comfort, and unmatched accessibility.
32 levels of resistance will keep you motivated and engaged as your fitness increases.
The console features easy to use motion controls and an LED-based display that focuses on the essential fitness stats that keep users informed and engaged. Easy cleaning and maintenance – it’s the perfect elliptical.
Carrying on in the tradition of reliability and service, the Commercial Elliptical Cross Trainer Machine is easy to clean and maintain with a covered ramp and rear drive housing, all to improve your ownership experience.
Built to withstand high traffic and high-intensity workouts, this elliptical trainer was designed with only the best commercial-quality components, including the frame, bearings, electronics, and drive system. The oversized rounded handlebars allow a wide variety of user heights to find the perfect fit without having to compromise on comfort. Plus, all components are low-maintenance and backed with our commercial warranty.
The models we carry-like those have without question the most bio-mechanically correct, fully adjustable technology available to make for an ideal fit for your specific needs. This guarantees a great workout without stressing your knees, back, and hips. What’s more, it means a more enjoyable workout off for you, and a greater ability to reach your goals.
Why choose to invest in an elliptical, instead of a treadmill or a semi-recumbent bike?
The elliptical can be considered a middle ground product when comparing it to other forms of cardiovascular exercise. A reason to choose this over a treadmill would be the lack of impact on the joints. Another advantage is that along with strengthening your heart, you can also focus on strengthening all lower body muscles by increasing the resistance necessary to complete the ellipse pattern.
The advantage over a semi-recumbent bike is that this form of exercise is full weight-bearing. This means that along with strengthening your muscles, you will maintain or increase the bone density in your lower body.
Commercial Use / Home Use Self-Generating Cross Trainer Elliptical
Benefits of Cross-Trainers / Ellipticals
There are many pieces of cardio you can pick from in the gym. But what do you pick? The treadmill? the stepper? The bike?
While the elliptical Cross-Trainer is something that is often used a lot, it still goes unforeseen how beneficial it can be for exercise.
We all know that the elliptical is a great multi-muscle calorie burning machine. In terms of the calories burnt, it is similar to that of the treadmill- which by all means, is still a great workout.
However, it must be said it can often feel easier to work the larger groups of muscle. The seeming- less movement of working the upper body with the Cross-Trainer mechanics really puts you through your paces and does deliver a satisfying full body workout.
A huge benefit of the Cross-Trainer is the protection of joints. The motion of the Cross-Trainer means that it is a very low impact, meaning it is great for people who experience joint problems and pain, particularly the hips and knees- this is called ‘closed chain movement’. Close chain movement refers to the co-contraction of multiple muscle groups, the quadriceps, hip flexors and hamstrings.
People recovering from surgically repaired impacts are at the greatest benefit from this and physicians often advise this after surgery.
This is by no means medical advice and you should always speak to a medical professional about anything health related.
Amongst being great for your overall health capacity, did you know that the Cross-Trainer provides a great way to engage the core? You wouldn’t think it, but to work the abs, simply letting go of the handles while keeping balanced will put emphasis on that core working efficiently.