Regretting all of those heavy meals over summer vacation? Getting motivated to work out doesn’t come easily. Sure, a long run through Cedar Creek or Trexler Park followed by some weight lifting and crunches will keep you fit, but the reality is – there’s not always time to do a full blown workout four days a week. That’s why it’s important to make the most of the time you have and do the most effective workout in a short period of time.

Through full range of motion exercises, you achieve results in a much shorter time. “Full range of motion” simply means exercising through the greatest possible range of motion without sacrificing proper technique or safety. (You can learn more about the principles on  Cross trainer equipment, like the XLR8 ROM Machine, works your entire body in a short period of time. Here’s how it works:

  • Hit/Hiit Training. Trained athletes have been using short duration, high intensity training, or high intensity interval training, for years. This burns fat, not muscle, by working more body parts with more resistance. It’s the most effective way to exercise.
  • Full Range of Motion. In one motion, you’ll work your abs, chest, triceps, biceps, forearms, back, shoulders, and lats. The lower body workout engages your quads, gluts, hamstrings, and calves.  There’s no need to spend valuable time working each individual body part.
  • Resistance. With every movement, you get resistance, giving you a more intense workout in a shorter period of time.

Lehigh Valley gyms that are in the market for new workout equipment can contact XLR8 at 1-877-760-4994.


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