Commercial Cross Trainers

Commercial Cross Trainers

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  • Bodytone IR1 Indoor Runner

    * Great Indoor running machine
    * Curved steel arms
    * Stainless steel 20k front wheel
    * Functions using a poly-v belt
    * Pedals made of non-slip rubber
    * Front wheels for easy movement

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    £1,795.00

  • Bodytone Evolution EVOE2 Commercial Elliptical

    * 13 Traning Programmes
    * Console display, speed, time, distance, calories, pulse
    * Pulse sensors on handlebars, chest strap optional
    * Quick data entry with 1 touch programme keys~
    * Cushioned gel pad pedals
    * 20 resistance levels

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    £4,799.00

  • Landice E9 Commercial Elliptical Trainer with Pro Trainer Console

    • Strong, durable commercial grade machines
    • Adjustable stride length (17”-23”) suitable for all user heights
    • Smooth, natural motion with 20 resistance levels
    • Easy to use entry level console with 5 built in programs and heart rate monitor

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    £5,299.00

  • Landice E9 Commercial Elliptical Trainer with Pro Sports Trainer Console

    • Strong, durable commercial grade machines
    • Adjustable stride length (17”-23”) suitable for all user heights
    • Smooth, natural motion with 20 resistance levels
    • LCD display, 5 built in programs and a numeric key pad for speedy data entry 

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    £5,699.00

  • Landice E9 Commercial Elliptical Trainer with Cardio Console

    • Strong, durable commercial grade machines
    • Adjustable stride length (17”-23”) suitable for all user heights
    • Smooth, natural motion with 20 resistance levels
    • Features an LCD display, heart-rate programs and integrated fitness tests

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    £6,199.00

  • Bodytone Evolution Commercial EVOE1 Elliptical with Touch Screen Monitor

    * Training Gym software and internet connectivity
    * Input and output jacks and media playback capabilities
    * Console display, time, distance, calories, resistance, pulse, speed
    Cushioned gel pad pedals
    Self Powered - hybrid braking system
    * 20 levels of resistance with 20" stride length

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    £6,350.00

  • Landice E9 Commercial Elliptical Trainer with Executive Console

    • Strong, durable commercial grade machines
    • Adjustable stride length (17”-23”) suitable for all user heights
    • Smooth, natural motion with 20 resistance levels
    • The Executive console features a 9” touch screen and a range of programs, motivational screens and fitness tests

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    £6,899.00

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Commercial Cross Trainers

At the end of the nineties Cross Trainers were the new kids on the block in terms of fitness equipment, and only a few manufacturers were producing them, and not all of them were getting it right first time.

Now cross trainers are firmly established as a favourite exercise machine in many thousands of households and gyms across the world.

In commercial gyms the design and layout that has dominated has been the rear wheel system, were the user is planted on footplates between the flywheel housing at the rear and the handlebars and console at the front.

In recent years front wheel designs have been developed for commercial use. This configuration can deliver a superb elliptical path and at the same time save some valuable space in the gym.

One drawback with both these configurations is that they require the user to mount the machine from the side, adding to the space requirement and reducing the number of cross trainers a commercial gym can put out for use.

Also, the user experience is not always great when mounting from the side as it can be an ungainly action and sometimes very difficult, and potentially bordering on hazardous.

Getting on a cross trainer becomes easier when the configuration of the machine is changed so that the user steps on from the rear onto footplates which are positioned on top of the axle which is connected to the drive mechanism.

Designs like this are more compact, too. They are not as long as the conventional front and rear wheel machines. And because the user steps on from the rear these cross trainers can be positioned closer together. The gym owner is in a win-win situation, these very popular machines take up less space and the user benefits from having a piece of exercise equipment that is easier to access.