This is a self generating powered bike with a space effective walk through design and 15 workout programs to keep you busy ..
Fitnex B55 SG Upright Bike. A self generating bike packed with features.
Fitnex B55 SG Upright Bike Specifications:
– Self Generating
– Console: LCD with Blue and Green display
– 15 Programs – Manual, 4 User Programs, 4 Heart Rate Programs, Control Programs and 6 Preset Programs of Interval, Fat Burn, Rolling, Mountains, Ramp and Valley Programs
– 16 Levels of Resistance
– Display Feedback: Time, Distance, RPM, Heart Rate, Workout Level, Watts, Speed, Calories, Target Heart Rate, Odometer
– Convenient Bottle Holder
– Watt Range: 25 to 400
– Space effective with “Walk-through” design
– Contact Heart Rate
– Dimensions: 96cm(L) x 58cm(W) x 142cm(H)
Fitnex B55 SG Upright Bike
Regular physical exercise helps you manage your weight, boosts your immune system and reduces your risk of developing chronic disease. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends 150 minutes of moderate-intensity cardio exercise weekly for adults. You can fulfill this recommendation and experience all the health benefits and more with a stationary bike. Beginners at working out can easily manage moderate activity on a stationary bike and people who are more in shape can easily increase the intensity to achieve a solid workout.
A half hour on a stationary bicycle helps up your daily calorie burn. Burning a greater number of daily calories means that you will have an easier time managing your weight. If you go at a moderate pace for 30 minutes and weigh 155 pounds, expect to burn about 260 calories. If you weigh more, or work at a higher intensity, you’ll burn even more.
Many types of aerobic activity, such as jogging or team sports, can be hard on your joints because of the impact involved. A stationary cycle enables you to get your heart pumping without putting undue stress on your joints. The Cleveland Clinic notes that a bike is especially good for people who are more than 50 pounds overweight because it reduces mechanical stress on the back, hips, knees and ankles — even when compared to walking. You can indulge in daily exercise with a lower risk of injury.