Although a bit intimidating, the elliptical cross trainer (also known as the elliptical trainer) is a great entry point when you're new to the gym. It makes muscles work the whole body and get the heart pumping to improve your cardiovascular fitness and burn calories. Also, the crosstrainer is almost always available in the gym, so you do not have to waste time looking after a range of equipment.
If you want to start with the crosstrainer all over again, this is the case It is important that you plan your training wisely so that you do not over-exert yourself too soon. The following four-week training plan is designed to guide beginners on an elliptical through their first month. Follow these instructions to fitter in an achievable manner that will allow enough rest days between workouts.
The plan should minimize the amount of soreness after exercise by gradually increasing the intensity of your workouts. Do not hesitate to take an extra break if your muscles are too stiff after the previous workout.
Each workout in the plan focuses on the total distance you travel. Once you become familiar with the Cross Trainer, you can do so. Use the resistance settings to increase the intensity of your workout. You can also try to cover the distance faster as you get fitter. In Weeks 2, 3 and 4 of the plan, the Tuesday lesson is a three-mile workout. So, try to complete this training with each week faster to demonstrate your improved fitness ̵
Cross-Trainer Workout Plan
|Tuesday||Cross-Train / Walk 2 miles|
|Wednesday||Cross-Train / Walk 3 miles  Thursday  Break|
|Friday||Railroad crossing / Footpath 2 miles|
|Sunday||Railroad crossing / Footpath 3 miles|
|Monday  Break|
|Tuesday||Railroad crossing / Footpath 3 miles|
|Wednesday||Railroad crossing / Footpath 3 miles|
|Friday||Railroad crossing / Foot march 4 miles|
|Sunday||Crossing the train / walking 4 miles|
|Tuesday||Crossing the train / walking 3 miles|
|19659008] Cross-tra in / walk 4 miles|
|Friday||Cross-Train / Walk 5 miles|
|Sunday|| Cross-Train / Walk 5 miles  Week 4