The Best Recumbent Exercise Bike is the One You Will Use!
We made Excy easy to fold and transport as a gym quality portable recumbent exercise bike, upper body ergometer, and full body resistance trainer so that you can use it anywhere! In today’s live stream workout, we used Excy to turn a camping chair into a recumbent exercise bike while playing fetch with the dogs. There are days when you simply want to melt into a comfortable couch and pedal Excy as a recumbent exercise bike from the comfort and convenience of home, but don’t hesitate to take it outside. Follow those instincts to ditch the four walls in favor of the sun and a fresh breeze.
If you always do Excy in the same position, it might get easy to get in a fitness rut just like we all do when we hit the same gym machines like the treadmill, elliptical, and stationary bike. Excy offers over 100 different workouts that can be done inside or outside to challenge us to move in a variety of ways and the recumbent exercise bike position is one of our favorites done outside.
So, consider taking Excy with you to ride in the recumbent bike position during your next road trip, on the sidelines of the kid’s activities, or even at the dog park if you have a leg injury and the dogs need a good workout. Simply stepping outside and spending time enjoying nature can help breathe some fresh air into our exercise routine. Resistance is the name of the game on recumbent bikes, so don’t hesitate to crank it up for full and partial rotations. Excy has everything you’d want in a portable recumbent exercise bike at home, work, and on the go. Explore and have fun!
Getting Started with Excy as a Portable Recumbent Exercise Bike
Explore Other Excy Portable Exercise Bike Moves
There are amazing opportunities to explore Excy as a recumbent exercise bike with arm workouts for cardio and strength training.
You can see live and on-demand training at www.excy.live. If just getting started, explore the 30-Day Introduction to Excy Series. For more advanced moves, Explore the Excy HIIT Challenge or Excy Strength Training Challenge. Always consult a doctor before starting a new exercise program.