The Dynamo Fitness Team

  1. GIVEAWAY TIME - Win This Reeplex WB960 Heavy Duty Combination Weight Bench / Squat Rack
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    GIVEAWAY TIME -  Win This Reeplex WB960 Heavy Duty Combination Weight Bench / Squat Rack
      Reeplex Deluxe Olympic heavy duty weight bench / squat rack .This heavy duty bench / squat rack incorporates the best features Reeplex has to offer with a strong heavy gauge steel fabrication and quality finish. This bench combines a variety of benching positions and a squat rack all in one compact design, add a preacher pad and leg extension and you have a great complete machine. Whether you’re starting out or looking at upgrading this deluxe heavy duty bench/ squat rack is a great addition your home gym. Specifications Heavy gauge steel fabrication ensuring stability and safety Adjustable back...
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  2. What is the difference between a Cross trainer and an Elliptical trainer?
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    History Cross trainers and elliptical trainers were first developed by Precor.  They developed them for their low-impact design, which limits tendon and joint stress, which in turn reduces the chance of injury. They were also created for their use in rehabilitation, as they are recommended by physio-therapists and doctors for those with past injuries or joint pains. Types There are different types of cross trainer / elliptical trainers on the market. The most common models are the rear-end drive and the front-end drive. Their name explains them well. The front-end drive machines work by having the fly wheel at the...
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  3. EXERCISE BIKES VS CROSS TRAINERS: what machine should you buy?
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    Exercise bikes and cross trainers we see them in every gym around the world and many people have tried them but have you ever wonder which machine is more beneficial for burning calories and loosing weight. Both exercise bikes and cross trainers provide a great aerobic/cardiovascular workout if used with moderate intensity. The difference between the two is where an exercise bike requires you to use your legs only to move through a set resistance a cross trainer allows you to incorporate your arms into the workout. By activating more muscles you in term increase your metabolic rate thus burning...
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