Known for their home-use exercise equipment, Exerpeutic is a manufacturer of treadmills, ellipticals, and a line of indoor bike options.
By combining the latest technology with upright, recumbent, and training models, Exerpeutic gives you the tools to get an effective cycling workout at home.
Exerpeutic has been in business in the US since 2007.
Owned by Paradigm Health and Wellness, Inc. and backed by the World Triathlon Corporation, they develop and manufacture the product models under the brand name Ironman.
Designed to be fully adjustable, this indoor training cycling bike mimics the workout you would get riding a road bike outdoors. It comes equipped with a built-in heart rate monitor and cycling computer that measures distance, speed, and cadence. The LX905 retails for around $429.
Configured similarly to a recumbent bike where your feet sit forward from your hips and the desk and workspace is directly over the pedals, this desk and bike combo allow you to multitask like a pro. Research suggests that exercise stimulates mental alternates, makes you more creative and fights off depression which can help you get more work done. The WorkFit100 retails for $299.
Another option that mimics a ride on a road bike, the LX7 has a few fewer bells and whistles, but still includes a sensor-based heart rate monitor. This model retails for $299.
Designed to hold users who weigh up to 300 pounds, the Exerpeutic 2000 is a recumbent bike that offers several exercise programs on its menu. A good choice for people who are new to exercise or who prefer a reclined position that takes the pressure off their seat when they ride, this model retails for $299.
With fewer features and programs, the 900XL still offers heart rate measurement and can accommodate users up to 300 pounds. This option retails for $199.
The GOLD 525XLR is a folding recumbent bike that is easy to set up and break down and store after your workout. It’s made from a heavy-duty steel frame and has an eight-level magnetic tension control system that gives you diverse workout options. This nearly silent machine can hold users who weigh up to 400 pounds, and it retails for $199.
This folding upright bike is collapsible and uses magnet technology to create tension. It retails for $169.
Another model that you can fold up and roll away when you’re done with your workout, the 400XL is a recumbent bike that also has built-in heart rate technology. It retails for $169.
This post was last updated on December 16th, 2017 at 08:41 am