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Cybex 620a Arc Trainer

$ 2,350.00

The new revolutionary Cybex Arc Trainer offers an intense workout that will blow you away.

Club members and owners have given the Cybex Arc Trainer rave reviews. The Arc Trainer packs a punch by combining elements of a climber, cross-trainer and cross-country skier. Like all Cybex fitness equipment, the Arc Trainer is designed to put the least amount of stress on joints while maintaining the highest level of performance. Add it all up and the Arc Trainer offers an effective workout that's sure to satisfy your clients.


Cross-training works various parts of the body by combining different exercises in a variety of ways. The Cybex Arc Trainer is like combining 3 machines in one, with broad incline and resistance ranges. At the lower incline levels, the "glide" is a cross country skier. In the mid-range levels, the motion is a "stride" (like an elliptical except with proper positioning). At the high levels, the "climb" of a stepper or climber. This one machine trains for strength, power, endurance, cardio, and weight loss.


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The Cybex Arc Trainer is a commercial high end cross trainer for the user who wants to concentrate on lower body training only. Popular with coaches and trainers, the Lower Body Arc is often chosen because it gives added workout flexibility (i.e. a strength coach found players could lean forward and "drive back" with their legs unhindered by the arm movement). The Lower Body Arc Trainer has all of the features of the Total Body Arc Trainer without the Arm motion. 

This used Arc Trainer was developed with the "correct arc of motion", a user-friendly path that reaches new heights in biomechanics. It delivers a safe, effective workout based on body basics, not fitness fads.

The CYBEX Arc Trainer - winner of the "Product of the Year" award two years in a row - is biomechanically suited to the human body - allowing the user to get better results in less time. 




Cross-training in fitness refers to working various parts of the body by combining different exercises in a variety of ways. Typically one activity or sport trains certain parts of the body but not others. Cross-training aims to eliminate this. With the CYBEX Arc Trainer, broad incline and resistance ranges mean that users are really getting 3-4 machines in one. At the lower incline levels, the "glide" is a cross country skier. In the mid-range levels, the motion is a "stride" (like an elliptical except with proper positioning). At the high levels, the "climb" of a stepper or climber. One machine ...the CYBEX Arc Trainer... trains for strength, power, endurance, cardio, and weight loss.




After an Arc Trainer workout, the burn is just where is should be - on the muscles, not on the joints. And with correct load application, workouts burn calories and strengthen muscles without putting strain on the joints. This means less perceived exertion and the least stressful workout of any cardio trainer on the market. It's OK for workouts to be tough, but not on joints.




The CYBEX Arc Trainer combines elements of a climber, hiker, and skier to produce an unmatched number of workout combinations. By varying resistances and inclines, the same area can be targeted in different ways, to build muscle, burn calories ... or both. For users stepping onto a cross trainer for the first time, or professional athletes who demand a high intensity workout, the unparalleled versatility of the CYBEX Arc Trainer is a workout designed to achieve each user's personalized fitness goals.






Product Number 620a

(L x W x H) 81” x 38" x 60"
206 cm x 96 cm x 153 cm

Machine Weight 451 lbs (204 kg)

Power Available as self powered or in optional AC form in standard voltage/plug configurations. 

Maximum User Weight 400 lbs. (181 kg)

Incline Levels 11

Stride Length 24” (61 cm)

Resistance Range 15 Watts (0 with AC adaptor) up to 900 Watts

Drive type Dual-stage drive


Load dependent 
The Arc Trainer is load dependent which means that resistance is scaled to the user's weight. Two exercisers, one who weighs 250 lbs and the other 125 lbs, both get the same workout when they enter the same program levels and their own weight. The perfect workout ... and only Cybex has it.

Reverse Arc Motion 
This is what makes an Arc an Arc. The unique Reverse Arc motion - a patented advanced stride technology - never places the user’s toe behind the knee (when the toe moves behind the knee significantly more stress is applied to the knee joint). The Reverse Arc motion moves legs in a biomechanically correct pathway - reducing stress at the knee while offering a complete range of motion for both the knee and hip.

Muscle Targeting 
Using both resistance and incline makes the Arc Trainer unique in its ability to emphasize specific muscle groups. The quadriceps are targeted in the highest incline position and gluteus is emphasized as the primary muscle group in the lowest incline position.

Glide, Stride, and Climb Zones 
The Arc Trainer offers three exercise zones for the ultimate in variety: Low position is for the “Glide”; Medium position called the “Stride” and High position for the “Climb”.

Resistance Type 
15 Watt minimum resistance provides self-powered operation for virtually any level of user.

Simple and intuitive to use, the Arc Trainer programs have a convenient split level display, HR monitoring, and an exceptional range of choices to satisfy even the most diverse training needs.

Custom Colors 
Why stick with silver grey when you choose from any of our five standard colors (white, black, platinum sparkle, metaltone gold, black chrome)? Or select from over 180 custom colors to match any decor.

We offer color customization on our used Cybex Arc Trainers.



There is a basic, first situation when it’s not a good idea to do intensity prescriptions. That’s when the lifter is a newbie. And there are two really simple reasons for that. First is, that such powerlifters either don’t have 1RMs to base the on or the 1RMs they have are not correct. The latter reason occurs due to a mix of multiple factors. Such as limited technical ability, limited mobility, poor neurological efficiency, and the weak power of will. Secondly, new powerlifters usually progress very quickly to the next routines of the There are millions of ways on how to compose good weightlifting workout programs. Some coaches stay true to few basic plans on such training. They simply tweak them to be fit for different skills and experience levels. But we are sticking to quite a different plan. We put our focus on intensity (actual weights) prescriptions for any specific powerlifter. I personally am sure there are times when both approaches are applicable, even within the same workout session…