Air Bike

Air Bike M


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.

Muscle Group

Equipment Required

Air Bike Instructions

  1. Start by sitting on the air bike with your feet on the pedals and your hands on the handles.
  2. Adjust the seat height and handlebar height to ensure proper form and comfort.
  3. Begin pedaling with your feet, keeping your core engaged and your back straight.
  4. Gradually increase the resistance level to challenge yourself.
  5. Continue pedaling for a desired amount of time or until you reach your fitness goal.
  6. Cool down by gradually decreasing the resistance level and slowing down your pedaling.
  7. Stretch your legs and arms to prevent muscle soreness and injury.

Air Bike Form & Visual

Air Bike M

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
  • Quadriceps
  • Hamstrings
  • Glutes
  • Calves

Air Bike Variations & Alternatives

  • Assault bike
  • Airdyne bike
  • Fan bike
  • Stationary bike with air resistance