About Cardiovascular Training Equipment
Cardiovascular training equipment consists of the following types of machines:
Treadmills - A treadmill is one of the most popular workout machines. It simulates road running and helps cross-train for any sports or activities that involve walking or running.
Ellipticals - An elliptical is a combination of walking, running, and cycling. It provides an arms and shoulders workout in addition to lower body workout. This added exercise for the upper body on an elliptical provides a moderate-intensity workout, burning between 600 and 900 calories per hour.
Stair steppers - A stair stepper is great for firming muscles in the legs and buttocks. Its belt folds into a small flight of stairs, which creates a stair-stepping effect, much like an escalator. Stair steppers, often called step mills, have less impact on joints than a treadmill but more than an elliptical.
Rowing machines - A rowing machine spreads the workout between the arms, back, shoulders, legs, and core more evenly than any other machine, therefore helping in the workout of the entire body. It can burn over 1,000 calories per hour and is an ideal upper and lower body muscular endurance and cardiovascular workout.
Technavio’s analysts forecast the global cardiovascular training equipment market to grow at a CAGR of 4.34% during the period 2016-2020.
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The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global cardiovascular training equipment market for 2016-2020. To calculate the market size, the report considers the revenue generated from the sale of cardiovascular training equipment.
The market is divided into the following segments based on geography:
Technavio Announces the Publication of its Research Report – Global Cardiovascular Training Equipment Market 2016-2020
Technavio recognizes the following companies as the key players in the Global Cardiovascular Training Equipment Market: Cybex International, Inc., ICON Health and Fitness, Nautilus, Inc., Precor, Inc., Technogym.
Other Prominent Vendors in the market are: Accell Fitness, Asian Sports & Enterprises, Body Solid, Bullworker Enterprises, Fitness EM, Hudson Aquatic Systems, HydroWorx, Hydro Physio, Johnson Health Tech, Jerai Fitness, Life fitness, Rocky Mountain Fitness, Torque Fitness, and Vibrogym.
Commenting on the report, an analyst from Technavio’s team said: “Consumers are increasingly exhibiting a demand for instructor-led workouts that offer proper training as well as fun and creative ways to stay in shape. Health clubs and studios have started offering group fitness classes that combine various workout formats to make the exercise regimen more interactive. By 2016, equipment companies aim to deliver solutions that enable clubs and studios to create a variety of combined formats, such as cycling and boxing, treadmill running and strength training, and rowing and body-weight training. This will lead to an increase in demand for fitness equipment, including cardiovascular training equipment, in the future.”
According to the report, increased work pressure and busy schedules have forced people to resort to unhealthy eating habits, with no or little time for a workout. However, the increased awareness of the benefits of a healthy lifestyle is encouraging people to opt for healthy diets and daily exercise to remain healthy and avoid health issues. As a result, the demand for fitness equipment is on the rise.
Further, the report states that the rising interest among consumers toward yoga, high-intensity interval training (HIIT), aerobics, and swimming poses a challenge for the global cardiovascular training equipment market.
Cybex International, Inc., ICON Health and Fitness, Nautilus, Inc., Precor, Inc., Technogym, Accell Fitness, Asian Sports & Enterprises, Body Solid, Bullworker Enterprises, Fitness EM, Hudson Aquatic Systems, HydroWorx, Hydro Physio, Johnson Health Tech, Jerai Fitness, Life fitness, Rocky Mountain Fitness, Torque Fitness, Vibrogym.
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