4 fitness equipment that is anything but effective

4 fitness equipment that is anything but effective

 



Do you think all gym equipment is effective for your body? 
Fiddlesticks! You'd better stay away from these 4 pieces of equipment.

  • Stepper

The stepper may help you get a shapely, tight butt and get your heart rate up. However, the training device is not suitable for building muscles. To build muscle, you need suitable resistance, which is not present on the stepper. In addition, the range of motion and movement patterns are anything but natural.

  • Arc Trainer

The Arc Trainer is a special form of a cross-trainer. It was designed to make cardio training easier for people with knee problems. The problem with this is that the motion sequence is so unnatural that the exercise physiological benefit is not too high. If you have problems with your knees, it is better to resort to swimming or cycling.

  • Crosstrainer

The cross trainer is one of the most popular pieces of fitness equipment, but in terms of effectiveness, it is still far behind. Why? Because the motion sequence on the cross trainer is just as unnatural as on the arc trainer. And in fact, this piece of exercise equipment is not overly strenuous. If you want to train your body holistically, it is better to get on the treadmill.

  • Recumbent bike

The recumbent ergometer can be found in almost every gym, and yet it is highly ineffective. Why is that? Because you're basically sitting on a padded chair that does the support work for your muscles. The only thing you have to do yourself has kicked your legs a little. Unfortunately, the power transfer is not optimal from this position, which reduces the effectiveness even more.

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