Stamina Exercise Bike And Strength System

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Get a total workout with the Stamina exercise bike and strength system that combines cardio with upper and lower body resistance. Besides offering a superior cycling experience, the machine's dual pulley system lets you perform a variety of resistance exercises seated or standing. From Stamina.

  • Dual pulley strength system can be used seated or standing; two different color cords to adjust intensity
  • Multi-function monitor displays workout time, calories, speed, pulse, and distance; scan mode
  • Eight levels of magnetic resistance for cycling
  • Pulse sensors for tracking target heart rate
  • Padded, ergonomic side cycling handles
  • Textured pedals with adjustable straps
  • Wide, cushioned seat and backrest
  • Adjustable seat height
  • Tablet/phone holder
  • Built-in wheels
  • Folding frame
  • Monitor requires 2 AA batteries, not included
  • Measures approximately 52"H x 29-1/2"W x 48"L; weighs approximately 48 lbs; supports up to 250 lbs
  • 1-year frame Limited Manufacturer's Warranty; 90-day parts Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
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Stamina Exercise Bike And Strength System is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from EXCELLENT equipment at extremely reasonable price! Super comfortable with the big flat seat and backrest. Feels very stable. Astonishingly quiet! I would even say silent! Love the fact that the fly wheel piece is in a housing so things like pants cuffs and passing kitty tails do not get caught in it. Resistance settings are numerous giving lots of beginner options. I also enjoy the arm resistance band option. So happy I bought it. Easy to stay on it while watching TV!
Date published: 2018-11-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Exercise Recumbant Bike Bike is great and the additional accessories are a great bonus for additional exercise I bought it for me as my back problems don’t do well with treadmill but the bonus is my husband is also using it!
Date published: 2018-08-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice recumbent bike, w/ 2 minor flaws... This recumbent bike system is solidly built. The only downside is the seat. While it has a very soft cushion which is nice to sit on, it has a broad-width shape, making it uncomfortable once you start to peddle, because the wide section of the seat hits your inner thighs with every rotation. The wide seat is obviously meant to accommodate a variety of different size people, however, it also creates this chaffing problem that will undoubtedly effect anyone of modest to thin size build-------a dynamic that should not be ignored by the manufacturer because it is a persistent problem for people of this size and from a true physical therapy stand-point, it is not something that one can resolve by simply sitting incorrectly in the seat (i.e., by moving up to the edge and thus negatively effecting your posture). That would defeat the whole purpose of maintaining proper posture while conducting these exercises. It really is a silly design flaw that could very easily be resolved by the manufacturer actually creating a more narrowly shaped seat as an alternative, so as to avoid this thigh chaffing problem. One other issue I noticed is the actual orientation of the back rest. It is set too far apart from the seat itself, thus creating a large enough gap in between that is not conducive to proper lumber poster-------again, a flaw that will undoubtedly effect mostly those of modest to thin size. As a suggestion, maybe making the back rest up & downwards adjustable, so as to give everyone the chance to experience proper lumbar support when using this bike would be a great way to solve this issue as well. While this is a very nice product that benefits those whom require such physical therapy for their injuries-------not every person that injures themselves is overweight-------a factor which the manufacturer obviously decided to overlook in it's design of this otherwise decent recumbent style bike.
Date published: 2018-08-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing I recently had gastric bypass so needed a new exercise routine that would not only help my cardio, but strengthen. This has been a perfect mix of both. Could not be more happy with the results so far.
Date published: 2018-06-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good exercise Did not take 30 minutes to put together like the presentation said but wasn't too difficult to put together...hour and a half later. The only complaint that I have with this is that it didn't come with a video of exercises on how to use the strength bands.
Date published: 2018-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Glad I Couldn't Cancel The Order! As my title says, I tried to cancel my order but it was "already in the process of shipping". I was worried that I wouldn't like it, what if I couldn't put it together, what if it was too heavy to move to my basement...you get the picture. I'm a 59 year old female & my husband needs hip surgery, so I was on my own. During the presentation, the rep. said it took her a 1/2 hour to put it together. Well she must be a lot better at putting pieces together than I am, it took me almost 2 hours LOL. The instructions were pretty clear & it would have probably gone together faster if I had someone helping me hold the parts while I screwed them in place. The seat is very comfortable and it makes absolutely no noise, which is nice compared to my VERY noisy treadmill. I agree with NM DEE in that I wish it had a lit digital display. It would also be nice if you could see the different readouts at the same time (number of miles, calories burns etc.). I haven't done many upper body workouts and wish that they would have included examples of exercises as I'm sure I'm under utilizing it. It is very sturdy, even with me putting it together! If you're on the fence, try it, I think you will be happy.
Date published: 2018-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Bike and So So Quiet Great bike. Bought for better range of exercises for upper body. I like it more than Fitnation Bike: Easier to get on & off, just stand in front and take 2 or 3 steps backwards and sit. Reverse getting off bike, don't have to get leg over center post! Bike actually sits a little lower to ground so gettin on or off is easier if you do throw leg over center pole. Better range of motion for upper body exercises while siting on bike or standing behind bike due to moveable arms. Two different bungee cord strengths to use separately or together. Equal arm positioning to ensure equal resistance training. Seat post a little longer for a more cutomized seat positioning especially for people who have longer legs than I. A little more room on seat.. a little more room from sides of seat to handle bars. Prefer heart monitoring on handlebars to side of me than trying to lean forward from recumbent position (awkward). Both fold well.. why not a "lit digital display" on either machine? Both bikes very sturdy and so, so quiet.
Date published: 2018-03-27
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