Cross Trainer


Cross Trainer


Cross Trainer



A commercial gym standard cross trainer designed for outstanding performance, stability and noiseless motion.



  • Large Gym Standard Cross Trainer
  • Professional 21 Inch Stride
  • 17kg Flywheel, 16 Resistance Levels
  • 19 Programs + Design Your Own
  • Heart Rate Training
  • Suitable For All User Heights
  • Dimensions: 190(l) x 87(w)cm
  • 3 Year Repairs + Lifetime Frame Warranty



The JTX Zenith: Gym Cross Trainer is designed entirely for usability and performance at the most competitive price point. It is not about frills or gimmicks just high quality components throughout. The result is an effortlessly stable, professional cross trainer guaranteed to deliver fantastic performance for a lifetime.



Dimensions 190(l) x 87(w) x 173(h)cm

Stride Length    21 inch

Flywheel 17kg

Resistance    16 Levels of electro-magnetic resistance

Computer Console The advanced computer with a large colour display. Real-time feedback: time, distance, speed, calories, pulse, RPM and program profile. With Bluetooth and iConsole training support.

Workout Programs     19 Programs: 12 fitness workouts including hill and intervals. The difficulty of each workout profile can be adjusted to suit your current level of fitness. + 1 Manual mode. +4 Heart rate responsive programs. + 1 Watt program. + 1 Design your own.

Heart Rate Training    Via hand sensors or Polar chest strap (sold separately)

Q Factor 150mm

Max. User Weight  165kg

Machine Weight    90.6kg

Boxed Weight  90kg

Transport Wheels  Yes

Speakers Yes

Assembly time  45 Minutes

Boxed Dimensions     178(l) x 75(w) x 39(h) cm

Max. Pedal Height 36cm (Add this to your own height to estimate ceiling height requirements)

Cross Trainer Terminology


Cross trainer stride length is the maximum distance between the back of your front foot and the front of your rear foot.


Your natural stride length will increase as your workout becomes more intense. For example, a “running” action will use a longer stride length than a softer “jogging” action. You should also consider your height when choosing a cross trainer. If you want an intensive workout and/or you are tall, we would suggest that you buy a cross trainer with a stride length of 20″ or more.



Typically used in America, this is another name for a cross trainer.



The flywheel is the heaviest part of a cross trainer and it is used to create a smooth and stable workout. The size of the flywheel is a great way to gauge the quality of a cross trainer. We recommend that you buy a cross trainer with a flywheel of 10kg or more. You should also consider the total weight of the cross trainer when comparing product specifications.



The Q factor refers to the distance between the two foot plates. It is important when cross training that your stance is comfortable and your feet are a natural distance apart.



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