stationary bicycle


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stationary bicycle

sta′tionary bi′cycle


n.
any of various stationary exercise apparatuses that resemble a bicycle.
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Among the preferred services that surprise adults and children is the GYM at home, where visitors can learn about the ways to exercise from their home, and the use of the stationary bicycle to know how many calories they have been able to lose.
And another study, presented earlier this year at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, found that after single workouts on a stationary bicycle, noticeable changes in brain activity could be detected with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), and improvements in cognition could be seen in tests of working memory.
These exercises include using a stationary bicycle or a low-impact elliptical machine.
This year, Coca-Cola announced an industry-first goal to collect and recycle the equivalent of every bottle, or can, it sells globally by 2030, in line with its vision of a 'World Without Waste.' Coca-Cola encourages teens to deposit their PET bottles in designated recycling bins, and the Coke Studio TuneCycle, a stationary bicycle that grinds PET bottles, will be a staple in Coke Studio events.
Some good options for OA patients include aquatic (water) exercises and/or using a stationary bicycle or elliptical machine.
The smoothie bike is a custombuilt stationary bicycle fitted with a special blender which spins when the bike is peddled.
One kilometre may not be too much of a distance on a stationary bicycle, but it can be of great help in bringing about change in the life of someone on the African continent," du Plessis said.
[7] at Delft University based a simulator around a stationary bicycle with a haptic handlebar.
During the study, the research participants either sat and read a magazine or did 10 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous exercise on a stationary bicycle. Following the reading and exercise session, the researchers used eye-tracking equipment to examine participants' reaction times to a cognitively demanding eye movement task.
Participants in all the groups received speech therapy while only the EG - A and B received aerobic exercises (AE) using treadmill and stationary bicycle along with the speech therapy.
Make an investment: Consider investing in home exercise equipment like a stationary bicycle, treadmill or a stair-climbing machine that you can use at home on your own time.
It's called Free Electric, a stationary bicycle which can fully charge an attached battery in an hour, and subsequently provide electricity to a rural household for 24 hours.