Manual AsVIVA C28 Cross Trainer

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the difference between a cross trainer with the flywheel on the front or the back? Verified
Cross trainers that have th flywheel in the back are often smaller. On these cross trainers you can generally also make smaller steps. When the flywheel is in the front, the cross trainer is generally larger and allows you to make bigger steps.

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What muscles are trained when using a cross trainer? Verified
When correctly using a cross trainer you train almost all muscles. During a workout you use back, shoulder, arm, abdominal, gluteal and leg muscles.

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Is using a cross trainer stressful for my knees? Verified
No. During the exercise your feet stay on the pedals and you make smooth movements. This means no force is applied to the knees, as is the case with for example running.

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