The new Life Fitness Exercise Bike LifeCycle C1 Track+ Console display is the ideal beginning model in the world of the Life Fitness Lifecycle Bikes. A great Upright Bike, having al for a professional training beginning Life Fitness tools are well-known for being quiet and having an excellent workmanship as for instance the Ergometer C1. The new model C1 can be combined with the basic or the advanced console. the advanced-console has additional heart rate controlled training programs and further functions in contrast to the basic console.
The Life Fitness Exercise Bike LifeCycle C3 Track+ Console: solid, varied, and modern ! The Life Fitness ergometer C3 Track convinces even demanding athletes by its solid workmanship and complete equipement. The sturdy steel frame is made for intensive use and can be loaded up to 180 kg compared to the Life Fitness C1. Another improved feature of the Life Fitness ergometer C3 Track: saddle upholstery for a more comfortable workout. Thanks to a 14 times saddle adjustment, the Life Fitness ergometer C3 Track is easy to adapt to your height.
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An exercise bicycle or hometrainer, or stationary bicycle, or Exercycle is a device with saddle, pedals, and some form of handlebars arranged as on a bicycle, but used as exercise equipment rather than transportation. A cycloergometer, cycle ergometer or bicycle ergometer is a stationary bicycle with an ergometer to measure the work done by the exerciser.
An exercise bicycle is usually a special-purpose exercise machine resembling a bicycle without true wheels, but it is also possible to adapt an ordinary bicycle for stationary exercise by placing it on bicycle rollers or a trainer. Rollers and trainers are often used by racing cyclists to warm up before racing, or to train on their own machines indoors.
Types of exercise bicycle
Exercise machines resembling modern stationary bicycles have existed since the end of the eighteenth century; the Gymnasticon was a prominent early example. In recent years, many new stationary bikes have appeared, including those in recumbent positions, upright bikes and indoor cycling bikes which are bikes built for riding in indoor cycling classes. Some models feature handlebars that are connected to the pedals so that the upper body can be exercised along with the lower body. Most exercise bikes provide a mechanism for applying resistance to the pedals which increases the intensity of the exercise. Resistance mechanisms include magnets, fans, and friction mechanisms. Some models allow the user to pedal backwards to exercise antagonist muscles which are not exercised in forward pedaling. Many bikes now include attached television screens.
Mini exercise bikes comprise the pedal and resistance parts only, with no saddle or handlebars; they are intended for taking exercise, not for training for bicycle riding. They can be placed on the floor and pedalled by a user seated on a chair; the pedals can also be turned with the hands for a different form of exercise. These devices occupy less space than other types and are significantly cheaper; it can be problematic to install them in a way which prevents them from moving out of position when pedalling.