Cardio-training: for a healthy heart, body, and mind
To get the most out of your training, you can’t leave out endurance training. It’s one of the most important aspects of keeping fit. To improve breathing, promote blood circulation, increase performance, and promote weight loss, there’s nothing like a good all-in-one cardio machine.
Take advantage of our wide range of cardio-training equipment and find the machine that best matches your goals.
Which cardio-training machine is right for me?
It’s worth considering the range of machines available, including treadmills, elliptical bikes, spinning bikes, AirBikes, and AirRunners. Of course, you need to know the type of training you’ll be doing (interval, short, medium or long distance, etc.). And it will also be important to consider your budget, history of injuries (if any), and training goals. Some machines are designed to work the thighs, glutes, and calves, while others work more on the biceps, triceps, chest, and back.
Before you decide on one machine over another, don’t hesitate to ask our experts for their opinion to help you make the best decision!
What muscles are used most during cardio training?
Many cardio-training machines work on both the lower and upper body. Take an elliptical trainer, for instance — you’ll be working your legs, glutes, and hamstrings all at the same time. In fact, you’ll also be working your arms and abs! Of course, the areas you might want to work on can vary depending on your objectives.
Again, our team is here to help you choose the machine best suited to your needs.
What are the main benefits of cardio training?
Cardio training at least twice a week can benefit your health in many ways. Achieving healthy weight goals, lowering cholesterol, lowering blood pressure, and improving mental well-being are among the undeniable benefits of cardio training!
Cardio training also improves your overall athletic performance and increases your level of vitality. What more could you ask for?
What are some good practices to adopt?
Be sure to warm up and stretch before starting any cardio activity. Also, be sure to take small sips of water regularly when you’re working out. It’s also important to know your limits and when to stop. And as far as possible, avoid smoking before and after any sports activity.
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