The Air Force Dual-Action Upright Bike offers a robust design and features dual-action air resistance that provides a total body cardio workout. The resistance is determined by how hard the user works; the harder the bike is pedaled, the higher the resistance becomes, allowing for a wide range of users. The arms on the Air Bike allow users to incorporate an upper body workout to their exercise routines, making the Air Force Bike even more diverse. The Air Force Upright Bike also comes equipped a feature rich LCD console. The console displays time, speed/RPM, watts, distance, calories, and heart rate.
Watt Based Training on an Easy-To-Read LCD Console
Watts are the power that you produce when training. It is an efficient and accurate way to measure your workouts. Using watt based training can also significantly enhance your heart rate workout information. For many cyclists, varying factors like heat, fatigue, enviornment and diet can all affect your heart rate. This causes heart rate sensor data to vary depending on your routine. Since watts measures the power you generate as you pedal and is not affected by outside conditions, it is the most objective way to measure your performance and compare your results.
Why Train with Watts?
Using watt based training information will help you stay motivated to maintain and reach your target workout goals. They can also help pace your workout efforts. This is done by monitoring your watts input to stay within your target zone. This type of training will increase your endurance and speed, while helping to improve your cardiovascular and physical performance.
A watts based training program can also help you burn calories and lose weight. When you monitor and record watts, you get the most accurate measurement of calories burned during your workout regimen. Using this information, you can plan your calories to burn depending on your personal goals. Paired with the Air Force Dual-Action Upright Bike , the combination of a watt based console and the dynamic resistance of the air bike, you can reach your goals and feel your best!