Crossover, a new dimension in Total Body cardio training
Crossover delivers a completely new cardiovascular workout that combines upper body activation with a lower body lateral motion. It delivers a unique movement experience that is completely different from any other product on the market. It’s a training experience your clients can’t live without.
What makes Crossover a great training tool?
- It trains more and different muscle groups: it combines a lower body lateral movement with upper body engagement, stimulating more muscles than traditional single plane cardio activities.
- You’ll burn more calories in less time: with lateral training, users combine extension, abduction and external rotation to engage and challenge more muscles than traditional lower body movement. The result is maximum effectiveness.
- It trains balance and coordination: throughout the movement the direction of the lower body force shifts as the moving surface changes position, thereby producing stabilization and coordination benefits.
- It’s intuitive and natural: the pedals and upper body arms move in synch, providing a guided movement that feels fun also while ensuring a joint-safe, non-impact workout.
- It’s new and exciting: Crossover requires your center of mass to move, rotate, and adapt continuously on three planes, creating a stimulating and core challenging workout they won’t find on any other equipment.
- It's suitable for everyone: in a study conducting with Active Aging members, we found that participants experienced greater cardiac adaptation on Crossover than on other cardio equipment AND they improved their balance and proprioception.
During a recent demonstration of the Crossover at the Southridge Recreation Center in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, 245 members tried the Crossover and 91% (224 members) gave positive feedback. Here are just a few of the members’ comments:
- Used muscles I didn't know I had
- It's fantastic
- Good for skiing
- Burns more calories in less time
- Nice variety
- Buy one, buy two, buy three!
Still not sure if Crossover is right for you? GQ magazine recently ranked Crossover amongst its 100 best objects of 2010!