The winter cold and the inability to go to indoor gyms makes these 5 tools perfect for home workouts
Achieving good physical health is becoming increasingly difficult. The closure of gyms caused by the pandemic is combined with the little time allowed by work, the cold and bad winter weather. All these are obstacles that take us away from the desired form. In recent years, many pieces of equipment have arrived on the market that allow you to train indoors with different techniques and disciplines. Ropes, elastic bands, exercise bikes and treadmills are the most popular. Let’s take a look together at five new pieces of equipment that promise to improve the quality of your workout.
Schwinn AD Pro Aidryne Bike
The Schwinn Ad is a piece of equipment that manages to train the upper and lower body simultaneously. Based on the structure of a bike, it has a fan with 26 blades instead of the front wheel that regulates the resistance. It supports up to 150 kg and has an adjustable seat.
Wakeman Under Desk Indoor Exercise Bike
Wakeman is a space-saving alternative to the exercise bike. The machine consists of two pedals and a stand for stability. When closed it takes up the space of a file, when open it can be placed under your desk and used while you work. The design is also meant for use with your hands, providing a tool for arm training as well.
Yosuda Indoor Cycling Bike
The Yosuda is an indoor exercise bike characterized by its high robustness and versatility. With a maximum load of 122 kg is designed to adjust the resistance of the wheel and meet any type of workout desired.
Remaining into the bicycles, the most compact and functional tool among these is Breakaway. This indoor bike takes all the features of an electric exercise bike adding portability. Breakaway in fact folds up on itself and closes taking up very little space. The adjustable seat supports up to 110 kg and connects to popular fitness apps.
NordicTrack Commercial S22i Studio Cycle
The ultimate exercise bike is certainly the NordicTrack. The Commercial S22i Studio Cycle model has a 22-inch touchscreen where you can track your virtual workout, along with the physical parameters of your workout. NordicTrack manages to innovatively simulate slopes ranging from 20 degrees to -10 degrees of incline. On the screen you can follow specific training sessions for exercise bikes or other disciplines.
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