An elliptical trainer (also called a cross-trainer) is a stationary machine used to simulate the exercise benefits of climbing stairs, walking, and running. The stationary nature of the machine causes less pressure on joints.
A black and silver elliptical trainer is set upon a white background on a wood floor. Work away the worries and stresses of the day by hopping on the elliptical, choosing your workout style, and engaging in an effective cross-training routine.
This animal services provider page comprises information about animal services careers in the United States of America plus a photo of an animal trainer feeding a horse.
A cycling trainer is designed for cycling indoors when weather conditions are not optimal. Learn more and find links to cycling trainers and stationary bicycle manufacturers.
Elliptical trainers first became available to consumers in the 1990s, but a more compact trainer was invented by Larry Miller in 2004. Most elliptical trainers work both the upper and lower body.
Browse this pet training directory for information about pet trainers and pet training services throughout the United States of America. The photo on this page depicts a woman training a pet dog