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How can I make my exercise bike more comfortable? by Dr. Gabe M. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:12pm 1 Comment Gabe Mirkin, M.D. I can think of two solutions. Switch to a recumbent stationary bike, or do short, intense workouts where you alternate between sitting and standing. When you ride a conventional stationary bicycle, you sit on a narrow bicycle seat because your legs have to reach around the seat down to the pedals. The pudendal nerve in ... Read on »
Stamina 15-0200 InTone Folding Recumbent Bike by Krizia MissK Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 01 May 2011 9:48pm Stamina 15-0200 InTone Folding Recumbent Bike Tone your hips, thighs, and buttocks while enjoying a terrific low-impact cardiovascular workout with the InTone recumbent bike from Stamina Products. The bike, which folds into a compact footprint for easy storage and transport, puts you in a ... Read on »
An Assessment Of The Very Best Schwinn Exercise Bike Models by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Sat 25 Aug 2012 5:13am Share This Page Schwinn are highly regarded for their range of exercise bikes and their ability to cater to different needs, but with this variation and acclaim how do you choose the right Schwinn bike for you? In order to write a helpful review comparing the best Schwinn exercise bikes, this article will take a closer look a ... Read on »
A bike for Sam: a happy insurance story by RaeAnn Collins Patient Expert Posted Tue 19 Jan 2010 9:34am I am so completely thrilled to announce that Sam is now the proud new owner of a DISCOVERY BIKE by Freedom Concepts! And better yet.... wait for it... wait for it.... I was able to get it covered by our medical insurance. For starters I should mention, for those of you who don't know, the Discovery Bike is an adaptive mobility devic ... Read on »
Biking for Health and Vitality - Walking is ok too but I love to ride, so if it makes me happy ..... by franklinb Posted Sat 02 Jan 2010 12:41am I know biking is not usually the best solution for exercise in the winter, unless you can afford to buy a good indoor stationary exercise bike.  But during the months where weather is favorable for biking, it is wonderful as a general all around activity to increase heart and lung capabilities. I recommend establishing a simple route through a ... Read on »
Recumbent bike riding is great exercise while riding in comfort by franklinb Posted Fri 12 Jun 2009 8:38am Here in the Denver area there are many bike trails and riders, especially on the weekend. My wife and I like to ride different trails each time we go out, and we are not in a hurry. She rides an upright transitional bike while I ride my recumbent and stay comfortable.   They did a story about me recently in our local YourHub Lakewood ma ... Read on »
4 Health Benefits of Bicycling by Kodjoworkout Posted Fri 19 Jul 2013 4:06pm It is clear that the 21st century has put driving on the map, in a way that has never been the case. Everyone and their grandmothers are driving everywhere. But driving has been contributing to less cardio vascular activity. Less cardio-vascular activity means more propensity for obesity. The fact of the matter is bicycling is one of the ... Read on »
Why Exercise Sucks - November 22, 2008 by Steve K. Patient Expert Posted Thu 07 May 2009 9:25pm It's a simple fact.I absolutelyloatheanddespiseexercise. Mind you, I don't object to DOING something that may involve exercise. In school I was an avid player of both basketball and soccer (football in the UK), and I had few issues aside from asthmatic shortness of breath in performing adequately. In my mid 20s I decided that it was damaging m ... Read on »
Traveling with your bike by Marni R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 24 Feb 2010 11:38am When Judy (Iron Girl VP) asked if I wanted to write an article about traveling with your bike, I was so excited. After I committed to the article, I called my mom. She's my travel agent and knows a bit too much about airlines, rental cars and hotels. Let's just say she puts me to ease when I consider traveling for a race. Next, I talked with ... Read on »
And The Best Cardio Machine Is… by Marci L. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 24 Aug 2009 11:24am With so many cardio machines out there, it’s really hard to distinguish the difference from one machine to another. One of the most common questions I get, as a trainer is,  “Which machine will I burn the most fat on?” Before I let you know what I recommend lets take a quick look at some of the popular choices. 1.  Treadmill The t ... Read on »