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Crosstraining 2

  • Size: Height Wall 2300 mm – height Pull up bar 1400 mm – height TRX rings 400, 1000 and 1400 mm
  • tube diameter Ø 33,7 mm
  • Stainless steel magnetic dumbbells of 4, 6 and 8 kg
  • Total length 11085 mm / width 800 mm
  • Colour: HEA frame in many different colours (standard is black, noir 2100), ropes and rings are standard in black
  • Area of movement: +- 54 m2
  • Free height of fall: 1300 mm
  • Installation: In ground / above ground
  • Main exercises: Bent over row / Front Raise / Goblet Squat / Mountain climber / Bulgarian Split Squat / Horizontal fly / Human flag post / Inverted row / Hanging leg raise
  • Many alternative exercises


Crosstraining is a training routine that involves several different types of exercise. This works more muscle groups, improves agility, and makes it easier to participate in a variety of recreational sports. Crosstraining may serve to improve specific aspects of your fitness or performance that can lend a hand to your primary sport. Cross-training doesn’t have to be super-intense, though. At its core, it’s all about pairing workouts that will support each other.

When you run, you’re constantly working your legs and arms, but to become a faster, stronger runner, that’s where cross-training comes in. Cross-training can be high or low intensity exercise and is different than just tacking on more miles.

A fitness bootcamp is a type of group physical training program. These programs are designed to build strength and fitness through a variety of types of exercise. Boot camp workouts can vary. They generally include a fairly intense mix of aerobic, strength training and speed elements within each session. A boot camp workout is essentially a type of interval training — bursts of intense activity alternated with intervals of lighter activity.

Working out in the fresh air in a social group environment improves body and mind and quality of life!