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Recumbent Exercise Bike Reviews and Best Models for 2017

The recumbent exercise bike often gets overlooked at the gym and isn’t typically considered a solid piece of equipment which is why people who enjoy working out at home often choose an upright stationary bike instead. So, why does the recumbent have such a bad rap? It’s pretty simple really. The bike just looks too comfortable. With its large padded back rest and saddle, the relaxed position in which the user rides and the low center of gravity, it doesn’t require the user to ride in a tense, upright position that’s much more aggressive. But realistically, this type of exercise bike can provide you with a really intense workout, just as long as you know what you’re doing as far as ride intensity, length and choosing the correct resistance levels.

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Home Exercise Program for a Shredded Body

Creating your own home workout program, and one that’s actually effective can be difficult if you’re not a personal trainer or don’t have much workout experience. A workout program must be based on a person’s fitness goals, the amount of time they have to work out, their age, and starting weight. As you can see, there are plenty of factors you’ll need to take into consideration before you create your fitness program. But once you understand the basics, it should be easy to create new workouts each week based on your progress and long-term goals.

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Recumbent Bike Exercise Programs & Tips

f you’re an avid cardio bunny, then you’ve probably never seriously considered using a recumbent bike. They probably don’t seem quite as hardcore as group cycle class or running. However, if you’ve ever seriously injured yourself then you know that you’re severely limited to the type of exercises you can do and the recumbent bike is the perfect place to turn. Not only does this bike offer a low-impact workout, but it will also allow you to get back in shape or continue to work out like before, so there’s no fear of muscle loss or weight gain.

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