Cable Cross Over Machine & Functional Trainers


    If weight training is your jam, then you’re going to love our collection of functional trainer machines! Not only are these elite strength-building machines a versatile, compact choice for any home or commercial gym, but their multi-use functionality means they’re great for all ages and ability levels.

    Whether you're a seasoned lifter or new to strength training, a functional trainer guarantees the tools to tackle your health and fitness goals head-on. Looking to build muscle, tone up, burn calories, or improve real-life agility and balance? A functional trainer delivers the workout to get you there!

    Here at World Fitness, we offer a diverse range of multi functional trainers, including cable trainers, pulley systems, and smith machine setups. All of our functional trainer machines have been carefully selected from industry-leading brands in Australia, including Body Iron, Bodycraft, Next Fitness, and Pivot, so no matter which machine you choose, you can be sure you’re getting nothing but the best.

    Whether you’re browsing for home or commercial use, our range of functional trainers truly has something for everyone. From simplistic functional trainers to cable crossover machines that are jam-packed with the latest and greatest top-of-the-range features, we offer a diverse array of gym cable attachments to maximise your workouts. We’ve made sure we have a machine and the perfect attachments to match the needs and budgets of all our customers. So, what are you waiting for? Take your workout routine to the next level and shop our range of functional trainer machines online now!

    Why People Love Functional Trainers

    • Total Body Training: Get ready to engage every muscle. From rows and curls to presses and countless other movements, cable crossover machines offer a complete workout experience thanks to their adjustable cables and pulleys.
    • Real-World Fitness: Go beyond just building muscle. Functional trainers develop balance, core strength, and agility that translate into better performance in sports and the activities of your everyday life.
    • Your Level, Your Workout: Functional trainers adapt to you. Whether you're just starting your strength training journey or a fitness veteran, easily adjusting weights and handles ensures your workout is always challenging and effective.
    • Rehab Friendly: Gradual progress and controlled movements are key to injury recovery, and that's precisely what functional trainers deliver. Build strength safely and effectively with their precise motion capabilities.
    • Home Gym Space Savers: Don't sacrifice a great workout due to limited space. Multi functional trainers pack a powerful training punch while maximising what space you have available.



    A functional trainer is essentially a piece of equipment that combines a range of different, separate machines. Generally, they look like a massive cage, chock-full of various weights, bars, pulleys and cables. Depending on the functional trainer you opt for, the inclusions may be different, but in short, even the most basic of these machines are some of the most versatile pieces of gym equipment ever conceived - and a definite must-have for any gym set up.

    If you ask us, functional trainers are worth every cent! They can be used by all ages and fitness levels, plus they offer practically endless workout options. Not to mention, functional trainers are also safer than most exercising equipment and much less intimidating, which is a huge win if you’re just getting started on your fitness journey. Basically, if you’re looking for a great full-body workout that accommodates your space, budget and goals, then a functional trainer is definitely worth your consideration!

    The real question is, what exercises can’t you do on a functional trainer! Being a multipurpose machine with a huge array of available attachments, the exercises you can and can’t do are really only limited by your own imagination. To list a few, some of our favourite functional trainer exercises are: chest press, seated shoulder press, standing bicep curl, glute kickback, tricep pushdown, ad crunch, pullups, and bent legged deadlifts.

    A cable crossover machine is a versatile piece of gym equipment that uses cables, pulleys, and adjustable weight stacks to target various muscle groups. It allows you to perform controlled movements that mimic real-life actions, building strength and coordination.

    Cable exercises are very effective for building chest muscles. They allow for a wide range of motion, targeting different chest areas, and provide controlled resistance for optimal muscle growth.

    Both free weights and cable machines have their advantages. Free weights offer greater exercise variety and can help develop explosive power, while cable machines provide safer, more controlled movements, making them ideal for beginners and targeting specific muscles. The best choice depends on your experience level and fitness goals.


    Plate-loaded machines offer several advantages, including affordability, flexibility to use your existing weight plates, and a higher weight capacity for very heavy lifting.


    Functional trainers are called "multi-functional" because they often include additional features beyond basic cables and pulleys, such as Smith machines for guided barbell workouts, pull-up bars, and dip stations. This allows for a broader range of exercises in a single piece of equipment.

    Functional trainers are great for everyone! Beginners benefit from the controlled movements, experienced lifters can challenge themselves, and those recovering from injuries can use them for precise, low-impact strength-building.

    Multi-functional trainers primarily focus on cable and pulley systems, sometimes with a few extra attachments. Multi-station home gyms are larger and offer a wider array of workout stations, like lat pulldowns, leg presses, etc.

    Yes! Many functional trainers are designed specifically for home gyms, offering a space-saving way to get a full-body workout compared to having multiple separate machines.

    The possibilities are almost endless! Examples include chest presses, flyes, rows, bicep curls, tricep extensions, shoulder raises, lat pulldowns, squats, lunges, leg curls, and core exercises like twists and crunches.