22 Sep At Home Fitness has CrossFit Lifecore Fitness Assault Air Bike
The new Lifecore Fitness Assault Air Bike Trainer can take a lot of punishment — and dish it out, too.
It’s so tough it’s been designated as the official exercise bike of CrossFit.
The Lifecore Fitness Assault Air Bike Trainer features a modern design on the old-school, traditional air resistance bike that most people have used at one time or another.
Designers at LifeCore set out to fix everything that was wrong on previous air bikes and add their own new technology.
All of the pivot points have been strengthened and upgraded with bearings instead of bushings to provide an incredibly powerful, smooth operation.
The result is that you can now exercise with no limits due to the unlimited resistance provided by air. By powering your legs and arms faster or slower, you are able to determine the resistance level.
Modern electronics allow users to monitor time, distance, calories, watts, RPMs and speed via the on-board smart computer console.
There are a large number of motivating programs, such as Tabata Intervals, which help build up strength and stamina. There is also a challenging Heart Rate program, which monitors your pulse and builds up your aerobic base. You can set goals for calorie, distance, or time targets with the advanced computer display.
A 25-inch diameter steel fan delivers maximum resistance. Stay more comfortable with a six-way adjustable seat.
The bike’s dimensions are 49x22x51 inches and it weighs 110 pounds.
With so many features and Unlimited Resistance for upper and lower body extremities based on Air Resistance, it only makes sense that CrossFit would endorse the LifeCore Fitness Assault Bike Trainer.
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