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Exercise Bikes in New Jersey

Some New Jersey residents have found it challenging to stick with an exercise plan. The main reasons are usually lack of time and lack of willpower. People lead busy lives and it is easy to allow less urgent activities to fall from the schedule. And, when it comes to getting out of bed at 4 a.m. to go jogging down a dark street, many find it easier to hit the snooze button on the alarm until it is time to get up to go to work. A small, one-time investment in an exercise bike can solve these issues, making it easier than ever to be consistent with a physical fitness program.

Exercise bikes are one of the most popular pieces of home exercise equipment, due to their safety in operating and the fact that they can be easily used by persons of any age. They can be placed anywhere in the home - the living room, family room, or bedroom, and the rider can receive an excellent cardiovascular workout at any time of the day or night that they choose. A cyclist can multitask while riding an exercise bike - it is easy to watch TV, listen to music, read a book, or keep an eye on the kids while working out. An exercise bike can also be used at the office, making it easy to remain physically fit during a lunch break or while checking emails. The mobility and versatility of exercise bikes make them an ideal choice for anyone in New Jersey who wants to achieve physical fitness goals.

Before purchasing an exercise bike, there are a few safety factors to keep in mind. First, make sure the bike being considered is stable. Any wobbling or shaking is a definite safety concern. A high quality bike won't move around at all, even when being ridden intensely. Also, if young children will be present when it is being used, make sure the bike has an enclosed chain. This will prevent little fingers from being pinched by moving parts. And last, choose a bike that is not excessively noisy due to air resistance. Not being able to hear other sounds above the noise of the bike could impact the safety of the rider and others in the vicinity.

Exercise bikes are gaining in popularity, because they are one of the most easily used pieces of exercise equipment.


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Exercise Bikes In The News

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The books, CDs and DVDs, video games and other materials are available to be checked out. But that's only some of what the new Warren County Library Southwest Branch offers. Consider the indoor play-s...

Published:  Sat, 22 Sep 2018 13:50:00 GMT

Some happy with proposed bike-riding ban on Riverwalk: "˜They're going too fast'

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Published:  Fri, 21 Sep 2018 18:36:00 GMT

Recharge your brain at work with exercise

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Published:  Sat, 22 Sep 2018 13:09:00 GMT

First Fatal Citi Bike Crash: Was the Bus Driver to Blame

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Published:  Mon, 17 Sep 2018 21:57:00 GMT

Exercise and DNA Studies as Crew Checks Spacesuits

Today, Flight Engineer Ricky Arnold strapped himself into an exercise bike and wore sensors to measure aerobic capacity, or how much physical exertion an astronaut can sustain in space. This helps doc...

Published:  Mon, 17 Sep 2018 12:51:00 GMT

Brothers hopping on e-bike trend by opening Palatine shop

SamCycle will have six e-bike models ranging from $1,300 to $3,000. Full-day rentals are expected to cost $80. "You want to get your exercise, still," said Matt Sammons, 56, of Ingleside in unincorpor...

Published:  Fri, 14 Sep 2018 13:40:00 GMT

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