Most cross trainers come with variable resistance levels to cater for all users from the beginner to the advanced, with differences between machines including the options available on the display unit and the length of the stride motion. These are all important when considering which cross trainer to buy, and each product’s features is talked about in detail in our cross trainer product articles.
All three types offer an effective form of low impact exercise and are compact enough to be used either in home or commercial gyms. With so much variation in the types, features and price of exercise bikes it can be difficult to know which type is right for you. In the exercise bike product articles we compare a range of the best exercise bikes and find out what makes them so different.
With rowing machines now popular for home use as well as commercial gyms, companies are constantly coming up with better looking designs and interesting features.
One such example is WaterRower, who have revolutionised the design by creating rowing machines in a natural wood finish as well as having the resistance generated by water to provide a more realistic rowing experience.
Although the function is essentially the same, there are many differences between the types of treadmill available, including how easily you can increase and decrease your speed and incline, as well as some offering the ability to adjust to your heart rate automatically to keep you within your target range. These product articles aim to help you choose the treadmill that is best for your budget and training needs.