Exercise Bikes

Lifespan_S2_Bike_SliderAs most of us are aware, regular physical exercise will do wonders to improve our lives. But too many of us don’t take that step to get going! A stationary exercise bike might be the answer, however; beginners can easily track and manage their progress, and those who are in better shape can increase their level of intensity.

Research shows that a half-hour on an exercise bike at moderate intensity will burn about 260 calories. It’s also easier on your joints than many other types of equipment. According to research from the Cleveland Clinic, a bike is good for people who are more than 50 pounds overweight, because it lessens the stress you’ll feel on your back, hips, knees and ankles. In many cases, it’s even easier on your system than walking.

Are you looking for the best selection of exercise bikes in Austin? Call or visit Fitness In Motion today. Our team has more than 25 years of expertise to pass along to you. Today’s the day to get started on a healthier you!

The many benefits of an exercise bike

LeMond G-Force Upright BikeRegular cardiovascular exercise will not only help you lose weight, but it will also regulate your blood sugar and may prevent heart attacks by increasing the amount of good cholesterol. If you ride your bike 30 minutes a day, five times a week, you’ll reap these benefits and many more!

Yes, the exercise bike has been around for a long time. But the newer models come with a variety of state-of-the-art technology and features, including cooling fans and LED screens. You can also choose from an upright model or a recumbent bicycle.

Did you own a stationary bike in the past but feel it’s now time to upgrade to a better model? We have a trade-in program that might be just what you’re looking for to get the old one off your hands.

Fitness In Motion can help you decide on just the right exercise bike for your needs. We have been a leader in both commercial and residential fitness equipment for more than 25 years, so we know the business extremely well!