You don’t have to take a trip to the hospital or clinic to have your rehabilitative cardiovascular exercise instead, you can do it in your on home while watching television or listening to a radio unless necessary. The Phoenix 99605 Upright is designed for easy use and accessibility especially for beginners and intermediary athletes or doing rehabilitative exams.
The Phoenix Upright Magnetic bike provide users a more convenient way of doing cycling inside their house, like other stationary bikes, but of course, there is something unique with this device. It features an ultra-quiet magnetic resistance system that provides a quiet work out getting rid of the wheel-like sound and inviting the vibrant exercise appropriate for those who had cardiovascular diseases.
It is also equipped with a monitoring device so you could see and manage easily your speed, distance, time and estimated calories burned. It is also featured with your pulse rate from the hand sensor set along the handle of the contraption at the upper portion and in the lower portion, attached the wheel that helps in moving the bike where you wanted it to be placed on the time you would exercise. You can place it in front of the television while you are watching or besides the window for a great view of outside.
The magnetic bike has also provided an eight resistance levels. With it was an adjustment dial wherein you can control it manually while you are on work out, besides, you are in an upright position so you can easily regulate resistance levels.
- A large monitoring unit for all the data needed during the work out
- Each fitting pedal goes along with a foot strap to secure foot on the surface of it.
- It is attached with wheels at the front basis of the device for easy storage and mobility.
- It is not recommended for those users 250 pounds and above to use this device but aside from that, there is no other cause of inconvenience.
Overall, this magnetic exercise bike will definitely a must buy for all who wanted to have the stability they’ve always wanted.