Technogym offers new workout equipment
Dubai, August 16, 2010
Technogym has introduced Crossover, a workout equipment which provides a complete upper and lower body training and ensures maximum glutes activation.
Thanks to a simple and converging lateral movement, Crossover is easy to use and engages muscles that are not normally called upon by conventional machines, said a company statement.
Complete muscle activation allows to optimise calories burning and, at the same time, to tone up legs and glutes. The dynamic, smooth, enjoyable movement offers a core intensive workout helping to optimise balance and coordination. Crossover is ideal for any user, at any performance level, guaranteeing a safe workout without stressing joints, it said.
“Exciting and absorbing, it allows a fixed-stride cyclical exercise and completes the Technogym Excite+ line with “Lateral Total Body”, making it the most complete Cardio line in the world,” said the statement.
“Crossover is an innovative machine for a total body workout, the right combination of lateral and elliptical movement; with its easy rear access and intuitive movement Crossover is an ideal training solution for all levels and types of workouts,” the company said. –TradeArabia News Service
More Health & Environment Stories
- Switch to energy-efficient lighting, UAE urged
- Neuroscience experts meet at Doha forum
- Unrest trauma on rise in Bahrain
- One more dead from SARS virus in Saudi
- Dubai Healthcare City inks deal with UAE universities
- University of Ain Shams opens MS treatment unit
- Bahrain's humidity could ease water crisis
- Visibility in Bahrain forecast to improve
- Bahrain-India venture plans hospitals in GCC
- Seha launches new health initiative
- Veolia backs Oman waste management meet
- Obesity rate at 72pc among Saudi adults
- Bahrain ideal for artificial rain experiment
- Riyadh 'among most polluted cities'
- CGM acquires 3 European healthcare IT providers
- The age of genomic medicine dawns, finally
- Over 300 exhibitors for Saudi healthcare event
- Mackeen unveils document management solution
- Seha opens new clinics in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain
- SARS virus claims one more victim in Saudi
- New support group comes to overeaters' rescue
- RAK Hospital launches urinary clinic for women
- NBAD backs Emiratis on Antarctica trip
- Cut sugar intake drastically urges WHO
- Al khaliji to fund Qatar recycling plant
- Qatar researcher in 360km breast cancer run
- New facilitator to open in DHCC
- Many countries lack capacity to prevent hearing loss
- QUIT NOW: Passive smoking hurts kids' arteries
- San Francisco to ban plastic water bottles