Home Physical Therapy Exercise Bike and Ergometer
Safely Cycle Yourself Strong Anywhere
One High Quality Portable System. Endless Possibilities.
Turn Any Chair Into a Quality Stationary Recumbent Exercise Bike
Excy marries the power of low impact cardio with resistance training to meet the recumbent cycling needs of those looking to stay healthy, yet the system only weighs 14 pounds. Our patented approach prevents scooting, even at higher levels of intensity. Work with your physical therapist to connect what you do in the clinic to home, even while watching TV! Excy is quiet, so you will not disturb the family.
Hand Cycle Anywhere
Excy folds for easy storage and transport, yet offers 2-70 pounds of bi-directional resistance to simulate the same cardio and strength-training Upper Body Ergometer movements frequently used by rehabilitation centers, but with a minimal footprint at home, work, or on the go. Also, get on-demand ergonomic setup tips from physical therapists to connect rehab and post rehab to everyday life!
Functional Resistance Training for Balance and a Strong Core
Enjoy more time, places, and flexibility to get the benefits of resistance strength training without the barriers of big, expensive, and socially disconnected exercise equipment. You will never be isolated to a room, facility, or even four-walls again! Our bi-directional resistance is unmatched at 20X the resistance of other portable systems and 30X torque force. Excy has been engineered for maximum stability and holds up for rugged heavy-duty workout loads.
Advanced Stand-Up Unicycle and Stair Stepping
Turn long conference calls into opportunities for greater health by using Excy as a desk cycle or take quick high intensity interval breaks with Excy as a unicycle at your standup desk. Great way to take assigned home physical therapy exercises to work for more movement.
On-Demand, Live, and Guided Workouts
Free mobile coaching application offers up fresh new ideas and tracks results! It’s like having a personal trainer in your back pocket.
Bob, Marathon Runner Diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease Uses Excy to Help with Symptoms
Angie, Dental Hygienist Uses Excy for Wrists, Forearms, and Shoulders
Mary, Uses Excy Post Knee Replacement
Sue, Uses Excy Post Torn ACL for Upper and Lower Body Cycling Workouts for Range of Motion and to Build Strength and Endurance