Three Machine in One
The Cybex Arc Trainer offers broad incline and resistance ranges which
means it is really 3 machines in one. At the lower incline levels, the “glide”
is a cross country skier. In the mid-range levels, the motion is a “stride”
(like an elliptical except with proper positioning). At the high levels, the
“climb” of a stepper or climber. Glide, Stride, and Climb. And... lots of
programs also make the Arc Trainer fun to use.
Easy on the joints
No more “elliptical knees”. Unlike other cross trainers on the market
the patented Arc pattern of motion allows the hip and knee to move
synchronously while the foot stays under the knee reducing joint pains and
providing a more comfortable workout.
Lower Body Cross Trainer
Designed to concentrate on the lower body, this cross trainer is popular
with facilities looking to provide variety for their users. The versatility of the
625A Arc Trainer® means that a single unit can satisfy a diverse range of
user needs and desires.
Cross Trainers VS Ellipticals
Not all cross trainers are created equal. Cross training refers to using a
variety of tools and techniques to improve overall results. Cross trainers
are generally non-impact machines—sometimes called “ellipticals”—which
refers to a specific motion. All ellipticals are cross trainers but not all
cross trainers are ellipticals.
Burns more Calories
More results in less time. Research shows that the Cybex Arc Trainer
burns more calories than any other cross trainer or elliptical cross trainer
tested. The science behind the Arc Trainer’s big calorie burn is the Arc
motion. It engages the right muscles—quads and glutes—that demand lots
of energy from the body when they are called upon to work. That means big
calorie burn. And... because the Arc Trainer is demanding of the muscles—
not the joints, it can be used longer without putting a strain on the knees,
hip or back.
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