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.

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Reebok ZJET 460 Cross Trainer - RRP £500

Reebok ZJET 460 Cross Trainer - RRP £500

£149.99

Collection only (Exeter)

Reebok ZJET 460 Cross Trainer

Reebok ZJET 460 Cross Trainer

£150.00

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Collection only (Wakefield)

gym cross trainer

gym cross trainer

£100.00

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Collection only (Sutton)

NordicTrack E9.2 Elliptical Cross Trainer  Exercise Fitness machine

NordicTrack E9.2 Elliptical Cross Trainer Exercise Fitness machine

£150.00

Collection only (Cambridge)

Matrix E5X Elliptical Cross trainer. Commercial Gym Equipment

Matrix E5X Elliptical Cross trainer. Commercial Gym Equipment

£799.00

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£99.00 delivery

cross trainer

cross trainer

£45.00

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Collection only (Leatherhead)

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!

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!