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The MaxiClimber Sport is a fitness machine for men and women that'll work your entire body, including your arms, your legs, and your core. When you're on it, you'll mimic the motions of rock climbing, but in the comfort of your own home or wherever you choose to set up the machine. Each machine comes with elastic bands that can be adjusted to provide you with three different levels of resistance: minimum, medium and maximum.
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When you step on your MaxiClimber Sport, you can immediately begin moving alternate legs and arms up and down, as if you're climbing rocks or a ladder. This cardiovascular work will enable you to burn calories, even if you only do it for a few minutes at a time. Meanwhile, the resistance bands that each machine contains will enable you to tone almost every muscle in your body as you move. Even if you've adjusted the bands so that you only get a minimum amount of resistance, your muscles will end up being worked anyhow. Therefore, if you use this machine on a consistent basis, you'll be able to burn off body fat while making yourself look as toned as an athlete at the same time.
Each of these machines has a digital display that will show you how long you've been moving for, how many calories you've burned and how many steps you've taken. The timer will start as soon as you mount the machine and begin moving.
The MaxiClimber Sport doesn't just come in basic black. When you select one, you'll have a choice of black with red accents, black with blue accents or black with purple accents. While most of your machine will be black, the handles, foot pedals and part of the base will be either purple, red or blue.
The handles on each machine contain non-slip grip pads, so you won't need to worry about your potentially sweaty hands sliding off the machine and sending you crashing to the floor.
The height of each MaxiClimber Sport is adjustable, and it'll support users with a weight of up to 240 pounds. It's designed to be comfortable for people of all body shapes to use, not just people who are already lean and toned.
When you're done using this exercise machine, you'll be able to fold it up and store it almost anywhere, such as under your sofa or bed. It won't be hard for most users to carry around a room or even outside the home since each one is made of lightweight steel. If you need to transport it somewhere that's not within walking distance, it'll fit in most vehicles.
While some fitness machines will only work certain areas of the body, this one will work almost every muscle, except for maybe the ones in your neck and face. As a result, you'll no longer have to do separate exercises for your abdominals, glutes, triceps and the like, since one type of exercise will allow you to work everything.
You won't have to go to a gym to use this exercise machine, and if you have enough space in there, you might not even need to leave your bedroom. Since it doesn't have to be plugged in, you can take it outside if you want to enjoy a workout in your yard or on your deck. If you like watching television while exercising, you'll get to choose your own program instead of being forced to watch what's on the gym's TV.
Working out by using the MaxiClimber Sport won't require you to run, jump or pound any part of your body into the floor, so it's considered low-impact. Therefore, it's a great choice for people with stiff joints due to arthritis or previous injuries, or people who have difficulty with high-impact workouts due to their body weight.
Studies have shown that people can burn approximately 500 calories per hour while working out on this fitness machine and that users will continue to burn calories at rest for up to 24 hours afterward. More specifically, users will burn up to 45 percent more calories in that 24-hour period following a workout than they would if they'd skipped the exercise session.
If you're looking for more help with reaching your fitness goals, you can download a free fitness app to go along with your MaxiClimber Sport. This app is compatible with both Apple and Android smartphones and includes a 21-day exercise program, along with a meal plan. You'll also be able to track your progress towards reaching your diet and fitness goals with the app.
Each MaxiClimber Sport machine comes 90 percent assembled, but you'll still need to put a few pieces together yourself, which could be annoying if you don't like building things. This''ll also make you wait longer to do your first workout than you would have to if the machine was ready to go out of the box.
You'll need batteries to run your machine, especially for the digital display to work, but it doesn't appear that they're included with any machine. That means you'll need to obtain a set that's compatible with your machine, plus any future replacements that you need later on.
This fitness machine isn't ideal for very obese people to use since it'll only comfortably support a weight of up to 240 pounds. If you're heavier than that and try to use it, it could break while you're on it, which is unfortunate since you may be one of the people that needs it most. The same goes for anyone who is so muscular that their weight happens to be over 240 pounds.
Even if you're of an average weight and fitness level, if you haven't used a machine like this before, it could be difficult to balance on it at first. The action of moving the legs up and down while moving the arms at the same time may make some users feel uneasy. It would be helpful if each machine had a second set of arm handles that didn't move, so you'd have the choice of only moving your legs to start, but that's not the case.
The MaxiClimber Sport hasn't been designed with small children in mind, and working out on one of these could actually be harmful to a young child's muscles and joints. While most teens should be able to use this machine safely (supervise if you have any doubts), a caregiver should consult a medical professional before they consider letting a small child use one.
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