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Stationary Bike



Who wouldn't want to exercise while watching their favorite TV show?? Stationary bikes are one of the most common exercisers for the home, due primarily to their space economy and ease of use.

But which one is right for you, and which features are important?

Stationary bikes come in as many different styles and with as many features as you could wish for. Whether you feel more comfortable on an upright or recumbent stationary bike is up to you. The best stationary exercise bike manufacturers make many versions of both.

Upright bikes put the user in a similar position as a traditional bicycle: user sits on small seat, his/her back is upright and unsupported, and legs are vertical to the floor with feet below user.

A recumbent model positions the user in a more reclined position with the legs horizontal to the floor and back supported by the seat.

Upright models take up less space than recumbent ones, and will simulate the feel of a traditional cycle better.

An upright model will emphasis the quadriceps. A recumbent model will typically be easier on the lower back and will emphasis the hamstring and glutes more than the upright.

Both provide the same level of cardiovascular training and calorie burning exercise.

With such a range of option in stationary bikes, be sure you find one that is comfortable for you and has the features you want. Browse through the different grades and styles of stationary bikes and choose the one that suits you best and for your needs.

Also, remember that all companies offer convenient shipping to most destinations in the US, UK, Canada and worldwide. Good prices and convenient shipping at your fingertips.

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