Is The Kettler Premium Recumbent Exercise Bike Disabled-Friendly?
The Kettler Premium Recumbent Exercise Bike immediately looks like a comfortable way of exercising each day. It has a low, padded seat in a recumbent position and the machine just seems more inviting than other bikes.
It doesn’t have the biggest flywheel, at just 9kg, but it does offer 12 different workout programs and 16 stages of magnetic resistance. There are plenty of interesting features with this bike as it clearly about the programing as much as the shape and motions. Is this bike just a simple model for rehabilitation, or is there more to it?