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Buying Advice - Page 5 of 12 • Exercise Bike Reviews - Indoors Fitness

In this recumbent vs semi-recumbent exercise bikes comparison they go head to head to see how these two similar exercise bike types match up. This can affect the workout benfits you get. Both can give you a good low impact cardio workout. But they do have advantages and disadvantages when put up against each other….

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Most recumbent exercise bikes come with a console that measures calories burned as you exercise. The accuracy of this is something that does concern people especially if you want to use it to help you to achieve your weight loss goals. The lower end of the price range for the recumbent bikes have basic consoles…

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There are some very good solid recumbent exercise bikes under $200 available that provide you with an affordable way to exercise at home. However, you do need to keep your expectations realistic as to what you can get for your money (I guess I’m being a little negative here). By this I don’t mean that…

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This Exerpeutic 900xl vs Schwinn 270 Recumbent Bike comparison puts these 2 bestselling recumbent exercise bikes up against each other. With one of the bikes costing more than 2.5 times the other bike it is important to understand the differences between them. It helps in deciding if the extra cost is justified for the additional…

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In this Schwinn 230 vs Schwinn 270 compare and contrast post they are put up against each other to explain how these two recumbent exercise bikes differ to help to answer the big question as to whether the difference in price is really justified. At first look these bikes look remarkably similar. Which is to…

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To get straight into the big difference between these bikes before talking about the advanteges/disadvantages of each and how that determines who the bikes is for. A recumbent exercise bike differs mainly from an upright bike in how you are positioned as you exercise. With a recumbent you positioned along the floor with your legs…

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In this comparison of the Marcy ME 709 vs Exerpeutic 900XL are put up against each other side by side to match up their advantages/disadvantages . These are two very popular and highly rated recumbent exercise bikes at affordable prices. There are a number of similarities between the bikes but in this post the focus…

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Many recumbent exercise bikes they come hand pulse sensors as one of their extras. They are included in the handlebars that are on both sides of the seat. These sensors are there to detect your pulse to give you a measure of your heart rate that shows on the bike’s console. You are required to…

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In this comparison of Exerpeutic 900Xl vs 400XL they go up against each other to show their advantages and disadvantages to help in deciding which is the right one for you. Although similarly described there are a number of differences in how they are set up which need to be taken into consideration when choosing…

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As we all end up with busier and busier lives – more pressure at work and less time at home but more to fit in with various activities that have to be done there is even less time for exercise. This goes against what we are told we should be doing when it comes to…

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