Bicycling is a good exercise option for people suffered from Osteoarthritis. Anyone regularly bicycling will keep they knees moving through their range of motion, and also energies the muscles that support the knees.
What is the difference between recumbent bikes and stationary bikes?
A Recumbent bike is the best choice for most people with neurological condition, since the bike provides a work out for individuals of all ability level. It It's safe and provide a low impact total body workout.
What is the best recumbent bike for arthritis?
This is what we found:
In general most Recumbent bikes are good for people with arthritis, but some of them are design better to deliver less pressure to the joints.
I found this free step recumbent bike to be more comfortable to ride, it facilitates the joints to be lubricated without any pain associated during and after your workout. If you suffer from arthritis like I do, this recumbent bike is for you.
- ZERO IMPACT EXERCISE: Ideal for all fitness levels. The comfortable and naturally-reclined seated position reduces body fatigue and eliminates the stress on the joints and back while still delivering a full fat-burning cardio workout. Designed to help those with Arthritis, Parkinson's or MS stay active.
- WHISPER-QUIET, FLUID STRIDE: The unique striding motion protects your knees and joints while engaging near-silent variable magnetic resistance that adjusts with one simple dial.
- TOTAL BODY WORKOUT: Dual power motion works your upper and lower body simultaneously, engaging all major muscle groups to build strength and burn more calories. Modify the workout by isolating your legs or arms for added intensity.
- SMART DESIGN: Track progress with the easy-to-read, battery-powered digital console; device stand and water bottle holder; convenient transport wheels.
- COMMERCIAL-GRADE ENGINEERING: Friction-free linkage system means long-lasting use; 54″ x 38″ footprint is a low profile addition to your home.