Exercise bikes have it all: they're great for keeping you fit, they take up little space, and anyone can use them!
As indoor cycling is a zero-impact activity, it's a great choice for people who can't do other sports for health reasons.
No matter your age or physical fitness, anyone can give it a go.
And remember that just because it's zero-impact, that doesn't make it a cop-out.
Mix up the intensity and duration of your workouts to really get the most out of your exercise bike.
But exactly which muscles does it work?
You won't be surprised to learn that your thighs bear the brunt of the effort when you pedal.
Your quadriceps (front of your thighs) and hamstrings (back of your thighs) are some of the most heavily used muscles on an exercise bike. Their role is to bend and extend your upper leg.
Over the course of your workouts, your skin will become smoother and you'll gain power. Isn't that what we all dream of?
So forget those miracle creams and trendy workouts promising you the world.
All you need is an exercise bike! You'll see guaranteed results while having fun.
Obviously, the healthier your lifestyle and diet, the greater and longer lasting the results will be. So remember to take care of your health even after getting off your bike!
While we generally think of it as focusing on the calves and thighs, the exercise bike actually trains various other parts of your body too.
Now that you know which muscles get worked by your exercise bike - and the benefits of this - all that remains is to adapt your workouts to suit your fitness and goals.
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