3...2...1...Happy New Year!! Every year millions of people make New Year's resolutions, and just as fast as they are made they are quickly broken. Well, this year is different. You have totally committed to your resolution of becoming fit for your once-in-a-lifetime trip to Bora Bora, and you can't look like a slob in such a beautiful place. In the past, you have always gotten that gym membership, but quickly got discouraged by the hundreds of other people who are doing the same thing you are doing. Crap, waiting for a treadmill again. Not this year. You are going to commit to buying your gym equipment. Now the question is, what should I buy? You know you want a treadmill and bike, but how will I know which one is truly right for me? That's where RubberFlooringInc comes in.
A great way to choose the style that best fits your needs is to ask yourself the following few questions.
- Is your main goal to replicate your outdoor cycling or spin class activities in your home? If so then a spin bike is your best option.
- Is your main goal to replicate an upright bike seating position, but in a more comfortable position than a spin bike that has a smaller seat and more hunch in your back position? Then an upright bike is your best option.
- If a comfortable, non-weight bearing cardio workout is your goal, then a recumbent bike with a full seat and low sit position would be your best option. The recumbent bike is now the most popular home exercise bike style.
*Please be aware that if you have any lower back injuries or concerns, a rower will stress this area considerably and may not be the best option.