Second Hand Cross Trainers

The cross-trainer, also known as an elliptical trainer, is one of the wonderful gym equipment’s that works out the majority of your body, hence the name, cross-trainer.  If you are looking to lose weight and tone up your legs, hips and arms, then using a cross trainer is a great way to do this as you can burn around 8-12 calories per minute and it is the equivalent of going jogging, hiking and bike riding.

If you hate the idea of going the gym or exercising outside, buying a cross-trainer to use at home is a great way to exercise your whole body whilst being in the privacy of your own home. Also, having your own cross-trainer means you can use it whenever you wish, day or night, without having to wait for someone else at the gym to finish using it. Buying a brand new cross-trainer can be expensive, especially if you are looking to buy a more robust machine or a better brand/model. There are a few different types of cross-trainers on the market that come with a range of different features such as hiking modes, sprinting modes and that come with a seat should you start to feel tired!

Pro fitness Cross Trainer Exercise Bike Very Good Condition


Life Fitness Elevation 95X Discover SE Cross Trainer WiFi Ready Refurbished


Reebok cross trainer


Refurbished Precor EFX 821 Experience Series Cross Trainer Commercial Gym


Lifefitness 95xi Cross Trainer


XS SPORTS Exercise Bike Elliptical Cross Trainer 2 in 1 Cardio Workout Machi


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There are many people selling their second hand cross-trainers and they are a fraction of the price of brand new machines. This is a benefit to you if you are looking to buy a cross-trainer on a budget or have your heart set on an expensive machine but do not want to pay the expensive RRP. Another advantage of buying a used cross-trainer is that they can be in good condition because they may have been hardly used. A lot of people tend to buy exercise equipment, especially around the New Year, use it a few times and then stop using it. If you think you may only use the cross-trainer a few times before getting bored of it, you can sell the cross-trainer for roughly the same price you paid for it and therefore get most of your money back!