The Story Of Bikes Through The Ages

 

The beginning of the exercise bike was very popular with cyclists training for races and for the person who wished to get fit and keep in shape. It was first named a Gymnasticon bike and was stationary and allowed you to cycle miles without moving from your location. Traditionally, it used for medical purposes and for the sick and not for the weight loss; we see it being used for today. The benefits were for physical therapy and to help the joints to become suppler and ensuring 100% full health after illness.
The Veoloer gometer bike provided cardio training, which tested and analysed the results to confirm Coronary Artery Disease, also for the use of astronauts in training. The early bikes were not adaptable for transportation so were not convenient to use.
The modern versions of today are much more easy to use in any location and can get from A to B, for the customer to use, becoming more adaptable. The elliptical trainer was designed to help stimulate the act of climbing the stairs and working the upper and lower of the body at the same time, as you would do in a real life situation.
If you visit a gym Williamstown or look on the internet for the best and suitable exercise bicycle, there are many new designs on the market and now, there are two in one bikes with the functions of a cross trainer and exercise with tension levels from one to sixteen, this being, to give the effect of cycling up the hills and to the latter, using leg power to move the impossible!
 Most products fold up and some don’t as the price commands, some have become adapted for aerobic purposes only and quite recently, fitted with blue tooth. Why do we use an exercise bike or cross trainer? It helps to improve the cardiovascular fitness and at the same time, toning the body to perfection. For a low impact activity, this is excellent for arthritis sufferers and giving the joints a gentle workout while sitting down, but always remembering to not overdo. Please check with your local gym instructor to do this safely. They are there to guide and help us to partake in this form of physical activity and get the results you are looking for.
 The tension levels refer to the resistance of the programme it has on it and how much your body can cope with. Starting with small steps and then more and finally to reach the aim you have set yourself. It can come with manual or programmed options that can be set for your work out. When there are more levels to use, more variations of training are available at the touch of your fingers, from easy to difficult. A selection of different ways can help weight loss, cardiovascular or aerobic training, which wasn’t on the early exercise bikes, decide and choose the best programme for you and always seek medical advise.