Being stuck at homes means if you’re a gym bunny you’re going to have to find an alternative way to break a sweat.
Not only do cross trainers help you work up a sweat by burning lots of calories, it also lets you tone up your muscles quicker depending on the intensity of your workouts.
Best cross trainers
If you’re looking for a machine that will work a beginner, look no further than the SportPlus cross trainer.
The compact machine features large, non-slip pedals, a wear-free chain drive with belt braking system for smooth operating and easy to operate training computer display. And the price makes it great value for money too.
This is a great option for anyone looking for an affordable and compact machine to use at home. The cross trainer will help you workout both legs and upper body and the console feedback allows you to track your speed, distance and calories burned.
A great machine for both gym newbies and regulars to use at home. Users get access to 16 levels of resistance and 12 pre-set programs that target specific muscle groups.
The compact and ergonomically-designed arms mean you’ll be able to work out effectively in comfort.
This well-built machine has the ability to store up to four user programs so your whole household can use it.
The sleek design features a LCD display that shows time, speed, distance, total distance and heart rate, while the scan feature allows you to track RPM, calories and watt/power output. There are 19 pre-set programs and you can keep track of your heart rate with the integrated hand pulse sensors.
The Reebok GX40 has 12 different programs to help you reach your fitness goals. The trainer features a 9kg rear-drive flywheel for smooth motion, five-inch LCD display to track speed, time, distance, calories and more.