Portable Exercise Bike and Upper Body Ergometer for Full Body Strength and Resistance Training
Ready When You Are!
If you think you’re too old or out of shape to strength train, rest assured. People have successfully started strength and resistance training in their 70s, 80s, and even 90s, and you can too! The American Heart Association recommends strength training at least twice per week to give your muscles the ability to perform everyday activities and help protect your body from injury. Stronger muscles also lead to a boost in your metabolic rate, which means you’ll burn more calories even when your body is at rest. From the time you are born to around the time you turn 30, your muscles grow larger and stronger. But at some point in your 30s, you start to lose muscle mass and function. Resistance training or strength training with Excy can help! Simple to use, Excy works as a recumbent exercise bike, upper body ergometer, and full body cross trainer that offers low-impact total body exercise and allows strength training to progress at a natural pace.
The Excy XCS 200 Series offers higher resistance ranges of 2-70 pounds and four adjustable heights for the widest possible range of strength and resistance training Excy exercises.The Excy XCT 100 Series offers a powerful punch with 0-30+ pounds of resistance as is three pounds lighter for easier transport. Compare and contrast the models to discover your favorite approach. If you have back problems, osteoporosis or other health concerns, talk to your doctor before doing these core strength exercises. Always consult a doctor before starting a new exercise.
Start with a Strong Core
Low Impact, High Results Core Strength Training
Whether you are a cyclist working on a smooth pedal stroke, a swimmer tuned into spearing through the water, wanting to blaze a running trail, or simply engaged in basic activities of daily living, the necessary motions either originate in your core, or move through it. Weak, tight, or unbalanced core muscles can undermine you in any of these realms. Excy is designed to engage your core in an innovative cross training experience whenever and wherever you want. The variety of low-impact, high quality rotational, cranking, and quick bursts exercises are unmatched in a portable cycling device for building strength, endurance, and power.
Upper Body Cardio and Strength Training
No Gym Required
Often times when we think of wanting to burn calories or build muscle, we go right for exercises that impact the Gluteus Maximus (glutes) because it’s the largest muscle in the human body. But, a very close second is the bilateral latissimus dorsi muscles which are your “lats” and one of the widest muscles in the human body. So, we can’t forget to put our “lats” to work, especially after keeping our upper body confined all day working at a keyboard or holding our phones with our arms in a Tyrannosaurus Rex position! The variety of upper body ergometer workouts is limited by only your imagination and your pectorals, deltoids, lats, traps, biceps, triceps, and other associated muscle structures will thank you.
Get Strong Cycling Legs
Cycle, Rotate, Push, and Pull
Excy offers quick resistance training cycling workouts for building strength, endurance, and power. You can hammer out short, possibly misery-inducing interval bursts, to get the cardio benefits of a much longer workout to incinerate calories, plus tone. Or, you can take a leisure ride. Excy feels different than a spin bike, because there’s no flywheel, so it forces you to use controlled forces throughout the pedal cycle to constantly engage new muscle groups. Because resistance is equal in reverse, you can also train opposing muscles. Excy requires a new way of pedaling on an exercise bike that more closely resembles cranking up a hill on mountain bike at higher resistance levels vs. coasting or hammering on the flats. It is muscle confusion at its best. You are in complete control of the resistance, duration, and intensity. Varying one can change the other to help you find the perfect combination for reaching your goals, whether they are losing weight, building endurance or improving heart health.
Advanced Strength and Resistance Training Excy Moves
You Control Resistance Ranges for Strength Training