For Christmas one year, my partner bought me a stationary bike, and initially, I wasn’t sure how cheerful I would be with it.
I sad that cycling wouldn’t be a taxing enough workout, then however, I hastily learned that a bike is a really beneficial machine.
It provides aerobic exercise separate from serious impact on my feet, ankles, knees plus hips, but because of how often I run for exercise, I have trouble with aching joints. I am regularly looking for effective ways to burn calories that are not so jarring on my body… The bike elevates my heart rate, works my lungs plus inspires a fantastic sweat. I can pedal faster plus increase resistance for greater difficulty. The bike has an self-explanatory to navigate touchscreen plus offers numerous programs. I can target distance, time or calories burned as the end goal. Because the bike is super quiet, I am able to workout when the rest of the family is sleeping plus not startle anyone. I listen to music plus learn on my ipad while I pedal. The seat is super comfortable plus there’s a holder for my water bottle. The exercise is so fantastic that it feels like taking a day off. However, I can burn five hundred calories in an hour. Unlike riding an actual bike, I don’t need to worry about inclement weather, uneven pavement, mean cats, exhaust fumes, traffic or bugs. I have access to a bathroom plus control unit, plus I can be done whenever I want. The bike has turned out to be a main staple of my workout regimen.