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Cardio trainers are a type of gym apparatus used to help a person in efficiently performing exercise routines that work the body’s cardiovascular and respiratory systems in particular through often fast-paced motions. Such workouts have multiple benefits; aside from strengthening the heart and making one less prone to heart attacks and strokes, it has also been found to promote healthy respiration, fast weight loss, and even stress relief; it goes as far as not only reducing the likelihood but also mitigating the effects of depression on an individual.
There is a wide variety of cardio training machines in the market that are specifically made to aid the body in the achievement of an aerobic workout that also allows one to build complementary strength with it.
First off on the list, treadmills are a gym apparatus specifically made to allow a person to walk, jog, and run without changing direction without the need for a large space, as it keeps you in place as you do all these. The treadmill has been found to help exercisers burn significantly more calories than any other similar cardio training machine in the market that fall in the same category. This is due to the versatility that treadmill workouts present; you can adjust the intensity of the workout on the fly by switching between walking and running, as well as between going uphill or downhill.
Furthermore, they also excel in facilitating a constant workout pace without letting human error gets in the way, as most treadmills allow users to set a constant speed setting, which allows one to perform a workout that is ideal for keeping the heart rate up, not letting one’s tendency to rest suddenly when tired compromise one’s workout experience.
Next, on the list, we have the stair climber. As the name might suggest, the stair climber is a gym apparatus that allows an individual to mimic the movement of a person walking up a flight of stairs. This offers a significantly more strenuous workout than your average treadmill, which allows one access to a more challenging workout experience if need be. However, this does not come without detriments, as more strenuous workouts tend to stipulate that the exerciser gets fatigued significantly quicker than they otherwise would.
Be that as it may, stair climbers also offer an adjustment setting that allows one to change the pace of the exercise if needed, so the downsides are still somewhat mitigated. However, this may not be ideal for people with back pains, as using this machine may aggravate past back injuries, or cause new ones.
Stationary bikes are yet another option under cardio training equipment. These do a great job of emulating the motion of cycling and allows the exerciser to work out his lower body whilst achieving the aerobic effect needed to perform a proper cardio workout. Some models of the stationary bike have features that allow for exercises that involve both arm and leg motions, thus making up a complete and relatively new and exciting workout experience. As with other cardio trainers, these are ideal for improving heart health, respiration, muscle strengthening, and weight loss.