The Stamina 4825 Magnetic Resistance Recumbent Bike is a simple, effective exercise bike that is a great tool for boosting your metabolism and generally improving your fitness.
The built in technology of the product includes a large monitor that will display information such as speed, distance, calories and other important statistics that will help you develop your workout and become a better athlete. There are also pulse sensors in the handlebars that will give an accurate reading of your heart rate to help you determine exactly how hard you are working based on your heart rate.
The fact that this is a recumbent bike means that the design will support your back and arms which is a great bonus for anybody with a bad back or other problems that can be common in elderly people.
– Quiet, Smooth, Magnetic resistance
– Several Dials to Control the Intensity
– Large Monitor Displays Important Information
– 6 Preset Programs with Pace Guide
– Pulse Sensors Built Into the Handlebars
– Padded Seat Designed for Comfort
– Seat can be Adjusted to Suit the User
– Oversized, Weighted Pedals
– Maximum User Weight of 300 Pounds
Recumbent exercise bikes really are suited to people who require support while exercising because recumbent means lying down. Because you are practically lying down on the bike, it requires no balance or strain apart from in your legs when you are pedaling. Even when pedaling you can move at your own pace with the settings and options included to allow for slow or fast paced exercise.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does the machine fold up?
No, it remains as one sturdy shape.
How many tension levels are there?
There are 8 levels that can be set.
Does it have built in fitness programs?
Yes, there are six built in fitness programs to use.
In Summary the Stamina 4825 Magnetic Resistance Recumbent Bike is a great product that must be considered as a way to exercise for people who may find it physically demanding to use a traditional upright exercise bike. The fact that it is recumbent means that you will not be potentially hurting your back, neck or arms during a workout that will only require you to pedal with your feet at whatever speed you feel comfortable with.