This exercise involves using an air bike, which is a stationary bike that uses air resistance to provide a challenging workout. The output of the exercise is increased cardiovascular endurance, improved leg strength, and potentially weight loss.
Air Bike Instructions
- Start by sitting on the air bike with your feet on the pedals and your hands on the handles.
- Adjust the seat height and handlebar height to ensure proper form and comfort.
- Begin pedaling with your feet, keeping your core engaged and your back straight.
- Gradually increase the resistance level to challenge yourself.
- Continue pedaling for a desired amount of time or until you reach your fitness goal.
- Cool down by gradually decreasing the resistance level and slowing down your pedaling.
- Stretch your legs and arms to prevent muscle soreness and injury.
Air Bike Form & Visual
Air Bike Benefits
- Provides a low-impact cardiovascular workout
- Engages both upper and lower body muscles
- Can be adjusted to accommodate different fitness levels
- Burns a high number of calories in a short amount of time
- Improves overall endurance and stamina
- Can be used for interval training to increase intensity
- Helps to strengthen core muscles
- Can be used for rehabilitation purposes due to its low-impact nature
Air Bike Muscles Worked
- Abdominal muscles
- Oblique muscles
- Hip flexors
Air Bike Variations & Alternatives
- Assault bike
- Airdyne bike
- Fan bike
- Stationary bike with air resistance