Pros and Cons of the Mini Exercise Bike

The mini exercise bike is a great exercise machine – it’s small and compact, but it also hold some disadvantages to it.

Do you need a small and a compact exercise machine to get a great workout on while you are on the move? If you are, the mini bike exerciser might just be the right exercise equipment for you. To help you make your decision, we will look at the pros and the cons of a mini bike exerciser. Here we go:

Pros

Here’s why you should say YES to the smaller exercise bike

Tones the upper and lower body

Most mini bike exerciser I’ve seen have the ability to exercise your upper body as well. Making the mini bike exerciser a full body toning and defining machine. You also get a cardio workout from using the mini exerciser.

Small, compact and portable

The mini workout bike is small, compact and portable. Making it great for when you are short on space or you need an exercise machine that you can take with you where ever you go.

Multi-tasker

Not only does the mini bike exerciser exercises your upper and lower body, but you can do it while watching your favorite show on TV or while playing your favorite game on your gaming console.

Cons

Here’s why you might say NO to the mini exercise bike

No hand railings for support

Unlike the normal exercise cycle, the mini bike exerciser doesn’t have handrails to hold on to. This can make balancing on the mini exerciser difficult and you may even fall off the mini exercise bike at first.

May be difficult to use

When you are used to the normal exercise cycle the mini exercise bike may be a bit difficult to get the hang off – especially to balance on the steps

Static intensity

Most models of the mini exercise only have one or a few intensities that you can exercise with – making it impossible to advance to higher levels and to get a more advanced workout.

I hope you know now whether the mini bike exerciser is the right choice for you or not. When you do decide to invest in the mini bike, make sure that you use it regularly and that it doesn’t become covered in dust. Schedule regular appointments with yourself and make sure that you meet those appointments.



Source by Suzie Parker

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