LifeSpan C5i Upright Bike | Get Ready to be Challenged

The LifeSpan C5i Upright Bike is made of steel and is certainly heavy-duty with its maximum user weight capacity of 400 lb. The C5i is also great for small home gym spaces with its compact design of 40.5″ L x 28″ W x 56.5″ H. It’s portable and comes with two rear-mounted wheels. You can quickly move it to a corner after you’ve completed your workout.

The C5i comes equipped with an 18 lb flywheel. An 18 lb flywheel is sufficient for light to moderate use and can give you a decent workout. The C5i is ready to challenge you with its 16 resistance levels. This gives you a fun mix of training intensity options and allows you plenty of room to progress the intensity as you get stronger.

The LifeSpan R5i Upright Bike comes equipped with a fitness console that tracks workout time, calories, RPM, distance, heart rate, speed, resistance level, and watts. The console has 34 workout programs, including 28 programs targeted for weight loss, active living, and sports training. Four are for heart rate training, while the remaining two are for the user’s customizable program.

The C5i is strong and independent. It doesn’t need any cord or batteries to operate. By simply rotating the pedal, you can jumpstart the machine and enjoy its full experience. The console is Bluetooth compatible. Having this wireless transmission allows easy sharing and tracking of your fitness results using the Active Trac app.

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XTERRA SB150 Recumbent Bike | 24-Levels of Resistance

If you want to get an inexpensive exercise bike, then the XTERRA SB150 Recumbent Bike is for you. The frame of the SB150 is strong and durable and comes with a maximum user weight capacity of up to 265 lbs (120 kg). It also features a walk-through design. As a result, it is easily accessible.

The SB150 has a decent flywheel that provides a smooth pedaling motion and delivers consistency. Moreover, the flywheel is also bidirectional. As a result, you can pedal backward and still have a proper intensity. The flywheel weighs 11 lbs (5 kg), so you can only expect the bike to offer a light resistance. However, it has up to 24 levels of resistance.

The XTERRA SB150 comes equipped with a 3.7” LCD with a blue LED backlight. It tracks all the essential workout metrics, including time, distance, calories burned, speed, RPM, and pulse. Additionally, it has 12 preset programs, 4 customizable workouts, 5 heart rate programs, and a manual.

The SB150 also features a 4-way adjustable strong, and well-padded seat. The XTERRA SB150 makes the exercise time less stressful for your back with the backrest. It is strong and well-padded too. There are two pairs of handlebars on this bike. The ones around the seat have integrated pulse sensors for measuring pulse. The ones with the console offer a multi-grip design.

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Schwinn 810 Treadmill | Affordable Indoor Cardio Solution

Free of boundaries and full of possibilities, the Schwinn 810 Treadmill is the affordable, indoor cardio solution designed to keep you active and built for the journey ahead. Featuring a 20” x 55” running belt and a Soft Drop folding design for easy storage, the 810 offers quality, affordability, and a one-way ticket to a life well-lived.

The intuitive, feature-focused display provides a superior experience. It tracks time, distance, speed, average speed, pace, calories, and pulse. Choose your own adventure with 16 different programs. No matter your fitness level, the 810 has the variety you need to keep workouts fresh, no matter your end goal.

Access the Explore the World app and digitally immerse yourself in a world of virtual races, exotic locales, and stunning trails from around the globe (3 free courses. Unlock more with Explore the World subscription.)

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HCI Fitness PTX Gym | All-in-One Functional Trainer

Designed for light commercial or home use, the HCI Fitness PTX Gym all-in-one Functional Trainer is ideal for people of all sizes and fitness levels. A dual-stack gym offering an isolateral workout in an efficient space-saving mobile footprint, the PTX Gym functional trainer helps you build total-body strength through unlimited exercise options.

You will benefit from building a strong core and developing improved balance, increased stability and coordination, for improved daily life activities. The PTX Gym weight stacks have a combined weight of 200 lbs; The weight stack also converts into free weights to compliment all workout combinations.

The PTX Gym by HCI Fitness is an affordable and compact functional trainer, perfect for any sized space. The PTX Gym is one of the industry’s smallest footprints in a functional trainer and the PTX Gym wheels easily into a closet or a corner for convenient storage when in the stored position. Stored Dimensions 24″ x 20″ x 73″.

The PTX Gym includes a folding bench with seven adjustment positions and folds and stores into the unit. The PTX Gym accessories include a chin-up bar, pair of handles, a short bar, and an ankle strap for various workouts.

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Fitbit Sense Smartwatch | New Buttonless Design

With its new $330 Sense smartwatch, Fitbit is hoping you’ll want a sensor that measures your body’s reaction to stress, as well as other things like skin temperature and blood oxygen. The device also introduces a new buttonless design but otherwise doesn’t look all that different from its previous smartwatches.

Still, the Fitbit Sense is the company’s stab at what it calls an “advanced health” device, and it’s full of features to help it meet that promise. It can feel overwhelming when confronted with all the new data, but the Sense lays the groundwork for a future when somebody will put all this information to good use.

The Fitbit Sense is a comprehensive health-tracking machine with basic smartwatch features and a new navigation system that can be difficult to master. It offers more wellness tools than Apple and Samsung at a lower price, and it’s especially great for people who don’t mind wearing a watch to bed to glean more information about their health.

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Apple Watch Series 5 | Adds an Always-On Display

The Apple Watch Series 5 adds an always-on display to show the time all the time. An added compass aids navigation and improves elevation readings. However, battery life remains a day and a half at best.

No new health features, and the watch lacks native sleep tracking. It needs an iPhone to set up and work, and it offers only Apple’s growing but limited selection of watch faces. Apple’s subtly improved watch adds a key overdue feature and improved software with this update, but it remains mostly the same great smartwatch as last year.

The Apple Watch Series 5 isn’t super affordable, starting at around $400+, and in many ways, it’s nearly the same watch that last year’s Apple Watch Series 4 was. But its always-on display delivers one of the key features I’ve been wanting. I notice it a lot because now I can glance at the time when I’m typing—or casually watching TV. Or driving. No more weird arm twists.

It’s a feature that’s long overdue: The Pebble, Amazfit Bip, Fitbit Versa 2, Samsung Galaxy Watch, and Google Wear OS have had always-on modes for years. Always-on doesn’t improve battery life — in fact, it makes things a bit worse. But among smartwatches, the Apple Watch stands as the most feature-filled, well-performing wearable in existence.

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