Always consult a doctor before starting a new exercise program. Work directly with your physical therapist if you have an injury.
Best Excy Ergonomic Position for Lower Body Workouts
How to Pedal Excy as a Portable Recumbent Exercise Bike
How do I use Excy for small movements and range of motion post injury?
How do I cycle Excy on the floor with the Keeper?
How do I use Excy in the Unicycle and Step Cycle Position?
How do I use Excy for leg presses?
How to get started with Excy as a recumbent exercise bike after an injury?
How do I set up Excy on the floor to cycle from my chair?
How do I use the exercise ball with Excy?
What is the proper posture to use while cycling Excy from a chair?
Best Excy Ergonomic Position for Upper Body Workouts
What Are the Benefits of an Upper Body Ergometer Like Excy?
How Do I Use Excy from the Side Profile for Upper Body Range of Motion?
What Are the Proper Ergonomics of Using Excy as an Upper Body Ergometer?
How Do I Plank on Excy?
How do I use Excy as an Upper Body Ergometer from the Floor?
What Height Should I use Excy in for Hand Cycling and to Focus on Range of Motion?
How do I use Excy in the Rowing Position?
How do I use Excy as an Upper Body Ergometer from a Chair Without a Table?
How do I use Excy as an Upper Body Ergometer on the Table?
How do I use Excy for Curls and Biceps?
How do I use Excy to Simulate a Swimming Workout?
How to use Excy with Hand Pedals for Hand Cycling?
Featured Physical Therapists
With 17 years of focused experience in bike fitting, Erik Moen is nationally recognized as an expert in his field. His fitting philosophies are based on the science of pedaling biomechanics, individual musculoskeletal capabilities, and people’s unique cycling goals. This methodology is something he has developed from experience (not just from an ‘out of the box’ fit formula or taking a class). Erik also teaches bike fitting to physical therapists and industry specialists. Erik is one of the most sought-after bike fitters in the area due to his level of experience and knowledge. Combined with his physical therapy background, understanding of musculoskeletal dynamics, and extensive cycling background, a bike fit by Erik will be the best fit you can get. Erik’s fits regularly help patients overcome injury and improve performance.
Julie is the manager of the Biojunction Sports Therapy clinic in Wallingford. She attended the University of Puget Sound and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology in 2002 and continued on to receive her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2005. While attending the UPS, Julie played basketball and participated in track and field and was a graduate assistant coach responsible for the weight training program for the Women’s Basketball team. Julie has been involved in many sports over the years. She played soccer through high school, worked in Sports Information at UPS (and continues to do so at the University of Washington), and has been cycling for the past seven years. She is currently involved in officiating collegiate women’s basketball games up through Division 1. Julie has been a physical therapist for 8 years and has focused on manual therapy, gait analysis, custom foot orthotics, and orthopedic injuries. In addition, she has experience in Work Conditioning/Work Hardening Programs and Physical Capacities Evaluations.