About 3 Bar Crosstrainer

3 Bar Crosstrainer promises you will get the lean, sexy body you’ve always wanted if you use their fitness machine. They say the 3 Bar Crosstrainer combines barre, pilates, crossfit, and yoga exercises into one program that will give you results in weeks, not months.

They say 3 Bar Crosstrainer was designed and patented by  a company called Beverly Hills Fitness. However, there is no further information about the company on its website or the BBB.

How 3 Bar Crosstrainer Works

3 Bar Crosstrainer appears to be a fairly large and solid piece of exercise equipment; there is a curved metal unit that they call a “toning tower” that has 3 wood ballet bars and hooks for resistance coils/straps.

At the base of the toning tower is a padded platform which they say is made of high-quality wood and opens for storage of its loose items, which include a wood oblique bar, 6 lb body bar, ab ball, and (2) 3 lb dumbbells. There is even an iPad holder so you can watch the online videos that are included with your purchase.

They claim their combination of exercises (yoga, barre, crossfit, pilates) is unavailable with any other machine. They boast the 3 Bar Crossfit allows you to do hundreds of different moves from all 4 disciplines; they add that the padded platform will give you a cardio workout like no other.

They claim 3 Bar Crosstrainer will quickly give you the body you want. They say this machine will jumpstart your metabolism so you will quickly shed pounds and inches, and sculpt sexy buns, hips, and thighs. They exclaim it’s like having a fitness studio with a private coach in your own home.

3 Bar Crosstrainer includes:

  • 3 Bar Crosstrainer Fitness Machine
  • Owners Manual
  • Nutrition Guide
  • Instructional DVD with 3 workout DVDs
  • Online training videos

3 Bar Crosstrainer Pricing, Shipping, and Returns

They claim you can try 3 Bar Crosstrainer for 30 days for just $1 and it includes free shipping. If you decide to keep after the trial period, then you will owe $1287, which they say can be broken up into 13 “easy” payments of $99. (If you return it, you will have to pay to ship this heavy piece of equipment back.)

WARNING:  if you’re not careful (meaning you don’t check the opt-out box before clicking “Process Order”) you will also be signing up for a “Fitness Complete” daily supplement. They provide no other details, but it seems to be a monthly shipment of vitamins, the cost of which is unknown.

Pros

  • Claims to combine some of the most popular forms of exercises (pilates, barre, yoga, crossfit)
  • Made of solid materials
  • $1 to try for 30 days

Cons

  • Large unit
  • Expensive ($1287)
  • No reliable company information
  • No customer service information or number listed
  • Monthly vitamin subscription if you don’t opt-out
  • As Seen On TV products sometimes don’t live up to expectations

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1 Customer Review for 3 Bar Crosstrainer

Average Customer Rating: 5.0
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    3 Bar Crosstrainer

    • Austin, TX,
    • Jul 9, 2015

    I am shocked to see this review on a product that has not even officially come out for purchase. I can tell you that I work out at the gym that assisted in the concept of this piece of machine. I am able to get an awesome work out. Working up an insane sweat and get some serious shake in my legs and I don't need to do a million squats and heavy dead lifts to see results. Try it out for yourself.

    Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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    • Dec 26, 2014

      Mick

      On the You Tube clip we have 'Wendy' telling us how great this machine is, yet on the promotional video we now have the same woman who has now changed her name to 'Emily' showing us how great it is, I honestly didn't see anything there that could warrant spending a large amount of money on, especially here in New Zealand where that sort of money could get you around 3 years membership at a decent gym.

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