Aerobic / Cardio Exercises

  • Cross Trainer

    This machine has handles which you can push and pull in order to give your upper body a workout in addition to your lower body workout.

  • Elliptical

    This is virtually a non-impact exercise which is similar to running, so is a great way to cross train on your easy days.

  • Jump Rope

    Jumping rope is a hard cardio workout, especially once your coordination with the rope and your legs can keep you jumping continuously.

  • Jumping Jacks

    Jumping jacks give your heart a workout while strengthening your legs, core, and arms. They also help build bone density from the impact of the jump.

  • Recumbent Bike

    This bike supports your upper body with a back pad. Your legs are positioned in front of you instead of underneath you, so it is slightly different than an upright bike or spinning bike.

  • Rotating Climbing Wall

    A rotating climbing wall can give you practice with climbing and navigating holds when you do not have a full wall available to you.

  • Rowing

    This machine simulates rowing and works the legs and upper body.

  • Spinning

    Spinning inside can give you a more intense cardiovascular workout than cycling outside since you do not have to worry about cars or slippery roads and allows you to create hills when there are none and gain speed that you may not not reach outside.

  • Stair Climber

    A stair climber looks like a mini escalator which rotates so that you have to keep picking up your feet and put them down on the next steps in order to stay on the machine. It is an intense workout for your heart and legs.

  • Stair Stepper

    A stair stepper has two small platforms to step on which your feet will remain in contact with throughout your workout. It is a great cardio workout as long as you do not lean on the handrails with your arms.

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