exercycle


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Ex•er•cy•cle

(ˈɛk sərˌsaɪ kəl)
Trademark. a brand of stationary bicycle.
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Noun1.Exercycle - an exercise device resembling a stationary bikeexercycle - an exercise device resembling a stationary bike
exercise device - a device designed to provide exercise for the user
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exercycle

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There was a shed in the back where I found a carpenter's nail bag hanging on the handle of an Exercycle that was propped against the corrugated metal wall.
Bolstered by a pitch-perfect synth score, and clever and cheeky period details, co-directors Francois Simard, Anouk Whissell, and Yoann-Karl Whissell, collectively coined RKSS, create a raucous retro-futuristic action comedy that pays homage to '80s movies great and small, while adding their own flair with inventive and exuberant violence and gore (prepare for disemboweling by exercycle).
For example, the coping plan for I do not like walking in the rain was I will overcome this obstacle by riding my exercycle for 30 minutes on the days that it is raining.
Bergfor, they asked for one, too--and the Exercycle hit the market.
When that 1500 fps spring-powered monster is gathering dust next to your Exercycle you will still smile at how easy these smaller, lighter airguns operate.
and I tried to start doing more exercise, like, I bought an exercycle ..." (Female, 42, Euro, on insulin).
If you have residents who want and need exercise but do not have the strength and endurance to use the exercise equipment in your facility, the motor-driven Theracycle, from Exercycle, makes getting exercise easy.
Exercycle. Not moving forward, he is literally spinning his wheels.
Though the Country Living mill is designed as a hand mill which can be used in any homesteading situation, no electricity is required, the flywheel is equipped to take a v-belt, which can be hooked to an electric or gas motor or even an exercycle! The mill is ideal for those who want to get a bit of exercise by hand or leg grinding or for those who want to take advantage of modern conveniences, but still like the idea of having a backup grain mill in case of an emergency.
Happy reading, be it on the exercycle, while icing an injury or enjoying a rest day!
(1.) Thomas Doherty remarks on the photographic and filmic qualities of Maus, which he claims take advantage of a "grammar of cinema" (79), and Spiegelman himself recognizes the book's parallel with film in the image of Viadek on the exercycle, which he calls "an analogue to the cinematic effect of the whirling wheel where Viadek begins to spin his yarn and you enter into the past for the first time through that wheel" (Complete Maus 6).
* Doing non-thought-intensive activities (jogging, riding your exercycle, sorting brochures)