Now you can take your cardio workout with the Total Gym to the next level! The CycloTrainer 2 offers a variety of ways to train letting you incorporate aerobic training into your strength workout routine. By placing the CycloTrainer 2 on your Total Gym, it can be used as a recumbent bike or you can add a dynamic movement by opening the glideboard and activating the core muscles, quadriceps, hamstrings, glutes and more. Adjusting the angle or position of your body alters the workout allowing you to instantly work different muscle groups at once.
Item #: 4005-01
Compatible with XLS, Total Gym 14000, Total Gym 26000, Classic GTS & Classic PowerTower.
- Comfortable back support – low impact on your joints
- Get a complete workout in LESS TIME! Just minutes a day compared to other forms of cardio that takes 30 minutes a day.
- Great total body workout for strength + cardio + Abs + Legs and glutes
- Fun & easy for anyone of any age or fitness level
- Adjustable pedal straps
- Adds 32 inches to the bottom of your Total Gym
- Warranty: 6 months
- Shipping weight: 34 lbs.
Total Gym Accessory: Cyclo Trainer
The Total Gym Cyclo Trainer 2 is a great addition to the Total Gym workout equipment line. It is versatile and combines the bike workout with ab workout routines. It also has a small footprint, so it can be easily stored with the Total Gym which also folds into a small footprint for storage. My wife and I love the Total Gym with this new addition. Provides a wide array of workout routines and a small storage footprint for the equipment.
After reading every review I could find, I settled on the CycloTrainer 2 for its simplicity, smoothness, small footprint, and convenience. It has lived up to the reviews and my expectations.
The Cyclo Trainer 2 is an innovative, ingenious, and durable accessory for any Total Gym exercise system. For me, I had the desire to add a cardio element to my evolving workout regiment and decided to order the accessory on July 1st. Sadly, the carrier lost the original parcel and neglected to inform anyone. When I eventually contacted Total Gym about this, they immediately took steps to investigate and sent me a replacement. After six weeks, I finally had the chance to explore the device. Assembly took less than fifteen minutes and it stood impressively high like the squat stand and Pilates toe bar. As I laid on the glideboard and initially began the ultra-smooth pedaling, goodness, it felt like I was pedaling up a steep hill! I felt my quads working as if I were doing leg extensions until I realized that during assembly, I mistakenly set the resistance level to eight, the highest level! After setting it to a lower level, I found that I could isolate my calves by pedaling with the upper part of my feet, not just the middle. To me, this presented a more well-balanced distribution of work for my legs. As I continued, I lifted myself up with the glideboard, crunched my abs the majority of the time, and cycled at various intensities. At first, I didn't think it was very challenging but after a few minutes, I could feel my heart beating much stronger and my breathing deeper. In no time, I began perspiring heavily despite having my fan set on high. It really gets your blood moving. I continued to use the device for thirty minutes and was very satisfied with the overall effectiveness of the workout. I was drenched by the time I was finished. I read in the instruction manual that an advanced variation involves raising the hips off the glideboard to increase the aerobic intensity. Not only that, but it also allows the abdominals to contract uniquely well, excellent for added level of difficult as well as another opportunity to flatten those abs. It may take some effort to get to that level, but the result is a lovely cardio/isometric mixture that can help burn off that unwanted belly fat in a way that elliptical walkers and other stationary/recumbent cyclers cannot emulate safely. All in all: the Cyclo Trainer 2 is effortless to operate, exceptionally quiet, highly variable in light of the eight resistance levels (along with the gym's own incline resistance levels), incomparably comfortable in terms of back posture and safe usage, and flexible as well as fun. It is certainly worth the consideration and investment, especially if you are lacking that essential cardio element to your workout schedule. I am thrilled to finally have one, to be perfectly honest! Stay Fit everyone!