Cross-training or hybrid treadmills are great for rehab, seniors, runners, and walkers who want to work multiple muscle groups without hurting their knees.

Treadmill cum Elliptical-Combo

ProForm - HIIT Trainers Sole - Steppers & Striders Precor - Adaptive Motion Trainers Nordictrack - Free Stride Trainers Bowflex - Max Trainers

Major Hybrids

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The elliptical targets the quadriceps, glutes, hamstrings, and calves and increases stamina and cardiac capability without straining joints.

 Eliptical Treadmill

Toning and improving endurance are the best reasons to invest in one of these machines which combine the benefits of a treadmill, elliptical, and stepper.

Hybrid Preference

M9 burns 2.5 times more calories than stair stepper and elliptical combined. It has a 10-inch HD touchscreen, 20 resistance levels and JRNY Digital Fitness Platform

Bowflex Max Trainer M9

A low-impact mix of elliptical, stepper, and HIIT. A Max Intelligence subscription app with on-demand trainer-guided exercises and more.

Bowflex Max Trainer M6

Its adjustable stride length allows for walking, running, and climbing providing low-impact, full-body workout targeting multiple muscle groups while being kind to joints.

Precor AMT 835

A high-end elliptical with a small foot print ideal for most home gyms. Focusing on iFit training, it is ideal for low-impact cardio and cross-training.

NordicTrack FS14

A full-body, low-impact exerciser with a vertical elliptical route, making it an elliptical/stepper hybrid with multi-grip handlebars for training arms and core also.

ProForm Pro HIIT H14

The Max Total 16 with 20 resistance levels. Users of all skill levels may work out to their hearts’ content.

Max Total 16

YOSUDA Climber Stepping Elliptical

This Yosuda Cardio Climber is perfect for small spaces-constrained locations like residences, gyms, or public spaces.

The elliptical treadmill combo has many benefits., and there is an abundance of options in the market.

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