The Excy Resilience Building Exercise Challenge
Amid the current crisis of COVID-19’s impact on the world, building resilience feels more important than it ever. During this challenge, we’ll explore how exercise can help! Tune in live on Facebook. Workouts will be spontaneous vs. on a schedule. Tune in tomorrow, August 9 at 7:00 a.m. PT
You Can Also Watch Live Workouts on YouTube or Facebook!
Recent HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) Challenge
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Welcome to the Excy Fall Fitness HIIT Challenge! Explore what’s coming up here or download the calendar!
Summer Core and Cycling Challenge
Spring Health Anti-Sedentary Challenge
2019 New Year Challenge
21-Day December Challenge!
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Home Physical Therapy Exercises and Post Rehab Tips
(always consult your doctor and physical therapist)
Ideas to discuss with your physical therapist and doctor on how to use Excy as a recumbent exercise bike, upper body arm bike, or full body ergometer for rehab, post rehab, and sports performance to return to play. See more illustrations and videos.
Excy Live Lower Body Training
Combination of recumbent exercise bike, traditional exercise bike, full body ergometer training from a chair or couch
Excy Live High Intensity Interval Training
Combination of recumbent exercise bike, traditional exercise bike, upper body ergometer, full body ergometer training
Excy Fully Body Live Workouts
Combination of recumbent exercise bike, traditional exercise bike, upper body ergometer, and full body ergometer training
Excy Live Upper Body Workouts
Little Secret: You can burn just as many calories or more cycling your upper body as your legs! Put Excy to work as an upper body ergometer and strength trainer!
Excy Live Strength Training
Combination of recumbent exercise bike, traditional exercise bike, upper body ergometer, and full body ergometer training with high resistance. Warning: it is easy to get very sore muscles almost immediately doing high tension cranking motions that a person is not use to. Always consult a doctor before starting a new exercise routine and always start at an easy resistance level.
Get to Know Your Excy
Introduction to using Excy as a recumbent exercise bike, upper body ergometer, and full body ergometer for cardio and strength training.
Excy Quick Snapshot Tips