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Ski Machine Exercise
Cross Country Ski Machine Workouts
Ski machines simulate the movement of cross-country skiing in the comfort of our own home or the gym. A cross country skiing machine works the upper and lower body at the same time, for optimal cardiovascular benefits to increase the amount of calories burned. It is possible to raise the intensity of a ski workout as you become more fit and lean - just as you might do by real cross-country skiing.
How Many Calories Do Ski Machines Burn?
30 minutes on a cross-country ski machine burns about 250-350 calories. [This is based on a 150-pound woman. If you weigh more, youll burn extra calories; if you weigh less, youll burn fewer calories.]
How Do Ski Machines Help Weight Loss?
Fitness experts say that cross country ski machines are useful all-round workouts that work both the upper and lower body, raise the heart rate and burn more calories than if you used exercise equipment that works just one or the other area. These machines work the quadriceps, hamstrings and hips as well as the back, arms and shoulders.
How Often Should I Ski For Optimum Weight Loss?
Cross Country Ski Machines - How To Start
Ski simulators may be difficult to use in the beginning and may take some practice. Establishing a rhythm while moving the arms and legs can be difficult. To speed up the process, work on the leg motion alone, then practice the arm action by itself, before combining the two movements.
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