CrossClimb is designed to maximise lower body muscular engagement Billed as 'the first ever cross-trainer and incline stepper hybrid' Pulse's CrossClimb combines cardio and strength training and is designed to maximise lower body muscular engagement.
Requiring a larger range of motion than a typical cross trainer the CrossClimb engages more muscles and burns more calories than a traditional cross trainer.
It also supports minimal impact to the lower body, reduces pressure on the knees, hips and ankles, making it accessible to users of all fitness levels.
Richard Sheen, commercial sales director at Pulse Fitness, says: "We are passionate about creative versatile and high performing fitness machines that will appeal to a wide variety of fitness levels from the deconditioned to the elite."
"The CrossClimb combines the very best of cardiovascular training alongside resistance exercise, providing users with an all-round workout. The CrossClimb is perfect for both those new to exercise as it feels easier than other equipment while offering greater benefits as well as those looking to strength train without putting additional strain on the joints."
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