Cybex 750AT Arc Trainer

Condition: Refurbished



The Cybex 750A Arc Trainer is an excellent addition to any Health club or commercial gym’s cardio section. With superior bio-mechanic motion to a traditional elliptical; this machine produces a great workout with less joint stress than any other crosstrainer on the market.

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The Cybex 750A Arc Trainer is an excellent addition to any Health club or commercial gym’s cardio section. With superior bio-mechanic motion to a traditional elliptical; this machine produces a great workout with less joint stress than any other crosstrainer on the market. The Cybex 750A Arc Trainer allows full use of the hips without putting stress on your knees.

The Cybex 750A Arc Trainer provides a workout unmatched by a treadmill or traditional elliptical with the ability to glide, stride or climb with a wide range of resistance; all in one machine. Combining elements of a climber, hiker, and skier, the Cybex 750A lower body Arc Trainer produces gym-quality results in any environment, helping you get fit more efficiently than ever before. The 750A is technically a commercial machine, meaning it excels in the most demanding environment.

However, it’s also suitable for fitness-minded home users as well, with a compact footprint and a versatile, load-dependent design. Research shows that the Cybex Arc Trainer burns more calories than any other cross trainer or elliptical cross trainer on the market.

The machine accomplishes this through its Reverse Arc motion technology, which engages the muscles–the quads and glutes–that demand the most energy from the body when they’re called upon to work. That means a higher intensity and a bigger calorie burn, giving you a complete workout in the shortest time possible. The Cybex 750A is also load-dependent, meaning that it scales the resistance level to the user’s weight. This means that two users–one who weighs 250 pounds and the other 125 pounds–receive an equivalent workout when choosing the same program type.


  • Exercise Programs: Quick Start, Manual, plus 10 pre-set programs. Each program has 10 levels and controls both incline and resistance.
  • Incline Levels: 11
  • Stride Length: 23″
  • Resistance Range: up to 600 Watts
  • Drive type: Dual-stage drive
  • Brake: Eddy current brake
  • Power: Battery/Self Powered
  • Convenience Features: Split level display with magazine rack and tabs. Single water bottle holder. Utility tray.
  • Heart Rate Monitoring: Contact and wireless
  • Languages: 7 languages (English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Russian, Swedish)





Upper Body, Lower Body, Total Body

5 reviews for Cybex 750AT Arc Trainer

  1. Andrew Sterling

    This is easily the finest piece of cardio equipment I have ever used in my life. I am almost 53 years old and have been working out daily for close to 40 years. I never miss a workout. I have run 100 mile weeks for years, lifted weights like a psycho (bench press 490, 855lb squat, etc) so I have much experience in the gym. The bottom line is this; I focus on cardio and calorie consumption as I am aging. I used this piece of equipment this very morning; I burned 1408 calories in 60 minutes. That is astounding, as at 180 lbs (now; I used to weigh 300 when lifting weights, and 165 when running 100 mile weeks) I have to run just over TEN miles to burn those same number of calories. That takes over an hour and a half.

    NOTHING beats this piece of equipment. I use it at the gym. I wish I had the room for one in my home, but I do not, so for now, I use it daily at the gym.

  2. Doron Avizov

    I used to think Precor EFX ellipticals were the bomb until I tried this. Now I can’t go back. The only thing I can do that burns as many calories as using this machine is flat out running. But I can’t run as long as I can use this machine. I’ll still be going strong on this machine long after I would have passed out from exhaustion on a treadmill burning calories at the same rate. I work out using my own Polar heart rate monitor which tracks my pulse and calorie expenditure so I can quantify how many calories I burn on this. On the 750AT it’s too easy for me to burn 500 calories in 40 minutes without even realizing it. I can also run on a treadmill and burn the same amount in the same time but I’ll be huffing and puffing and in pain. The 750 AT does get me tired and I do sweat but I never experience any pain or pounding on it. I can use it every day, even twice a day and I’m always excited for more. I cannot run every day without feeling pain and soreness. It’s just so easy to get into a groove on the 750AT slowly raising the angle and resistance every few minutes until I’m really pushing it. After 30 minutes I’ll notice that I’m getting really tired and wonder why. Then I look at my heart monitor and realize that my pulse is somewhere between 150-160. I’m 40 and that’s the upper end of the recommended range in my age group.

    The only complaint I have about this machine is that the hands move with the feet instead of against them. If you’re running, when your left foot goes forward so will your right hand. On this machine when your left foot goes forward, if you’re holding the hand grips then your left hand goes forward too. It’s not the end of the world. When I have the incline cranked all the way up to 20 it acts more like an impact free step climber than an elliptical or treadmill. The resistance settings go from 1 to 200. I have yet to get it past 40. I have very strong legs and can’t imagine working my way past 100, let alone 200. Good luck outgrowing this machine.

    If your goal is to burn the most calories possible and go past the 30 minute threshold (the amount of time it takes your body to switch to burning stored fat) and not have any pain or soreness so you can do it again the next day, this machine is it. OK, jumping rope may burn more calories per minute and definitely costs less but good luck doing that 30 minutes a day.

  3. B. Bod

    I am 61 years old, do a lot of running and HIIT and I call this the KMA machine. KMA is an acronym for Kick My A**. The first time I used it I was blown away. Yes, I got a sweat out of it, but more importantly I got the lung burn. I don’t get the latter on either the Stepmill or a Precor AMT. This machine has a good deal of research behind it and is not for everyone. If you put it into Adaptive Power mode and then run a HIIT set it will kick your a** too.

  4. Seth Crosby

    I have been using the 750AT for years at my gym. I started using it because some spine trouble prompted my doctor to suggest I stop my high-impact running. My condition resolved, and even though I have returned to running, I still use the 750AT 2-3 times per week. The motion is glass-smooth. The work-out is spread over arms, legs and back. There is no burn or soreness because the workout is so diffuse. I could not recommend it more highly.

  5. N. Jacinto

    First, I will admit that I don’t like using machines. My preference is to run outdoors. At 42, I’ve managed to stay in shape by running 4 miles on Tue & Thu and 5 miles on Sat & Sun at about a 7:30/mile pace. I am telling you this to lay the foundation of my current level of fitness for your personal comparison.

    If I can’t run outside, I would hop on an elliptical machine. Still, after 40 minutes on an elliptical, I feel short-changed and sometimes barely break a sweat. I tried this Cybex Arc Trainer while I was staying at a hotel. They had one in their fitness center, and this machine really works. I cranked up the incline to max and increased the resistance thinking that this machine would be similar to the elliptical. After two minutes, I had to scale back on both the incline and resistance because this thing was kicking my butt. Two minutes into it, I was sweating like pig. After 40 minutes, I was completely soaked.

    Again, I still prefer outdoor running, but this Cybex Arc trainer is a great substitute in bad weather or if you prefer something easier on the knees.

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