Start feeling light, energised, and healthy with a dependable cardio exercise machine like a recumbent exercise bike.
Cycling is one of the best full-body workouts that anyone can do no matter the age.
Doing it indoors makes it even more convenient and safe.
Let Recumbent Bike Australia show you the benefits of having your very own exercise bike in the comfort of your home.

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Cardio Exercise machines

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Find convenient, space-saving treadmills with powerful motors that can deliver your personal fitness needs in the comfort of your home. Want to train for a marathon or simply prefer a heart-pounding warm-up exercise? A treadmill is all you need!

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An ideal machine for an overall body workout that stretches and works out your arms, legs, and strengthens your core without overly exerted impact and effort. You can choose between different elliptical machines to cover your desired upper or body workouts

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Elliptical Machines

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Cycling burns calories and excess body fat effectively while improving your cardiovascular, muscular, and respiratory health. Enjoy staying healthy indoors by choosing one from our high-quality stationary bikes

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Stationary Bikes

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Enjoy exercising using whole-body vibration without exerting much effort. These machines send vibration energy all over the body that helps improve blood circulation and contract and relax the muscles as you stand, sit, or lie down on the machine! Home Gym Australia carries the best brands for you.

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Tone your arm muscles and strengthen your core with this excellent exercise machine that replicates how you try rowing a real boat! This underrated but highly effective power cardio workout equipment might just be the best choice for you!

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Rowing Machines

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What a great way to do your cardio exercises when you don’t have many stair steps at home. With a stair climber machine, imitate the action without putting on extra stress and impact on your joints.

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Inversion tables or teeter hang-ups relieve back pains and are professionally recommended to aid in eliminating symptoms of spine disorders and other muscular issues and conditions (strains, spasms, cramps, etc.). Using your own body weight and the natural force of gravity, let this home gym equipment relieve the pressure on your back and realign your spine before and after every workout!

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Also known as bench press machines, you can build strength and muscles on your upper body with this home gym equipment that adjusts based on your capacity and need. Start working on your pectorals, triceps, and deltoids from the lowest available weight with a few repetitions and advance gradually to safely and effectively achieve your ideal upper body form.

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Chest Press Machines

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Commercial gyms have these bulky pieces of equipment that include horizontal and 45-degree leg presses. Don’t fret because, with Home Gym Australia, we have the right equipment design that is made compact and space-friendly for you to enjoy targeting your quads, hamstrings, and gluteal muscles and building a powerful core and lower body in the comfort of your home. Choose from the different leg machines we offer to complete your home gym setup!

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Accessories

You cannot complete your weight training without these home gym staples. Home Gym Australia provides a variety of brands and a wide selection of barbells, curl bars, tricep bars, and many more!

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Enhance your cardio workout using this gym accessory. Are you into martial arts? A punching bag is essential to your daily training. This versatile gym equipment for home can even help you release some pent-up energy to relieve stress!

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After a tiring and energy-filled workout or training, relieve the soreness and knead those tired muscles with a percussive massager gun. Likewise, use this gym equipment to loosen your muscles pre-workout to avoid cramps and strains.

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What better way to relieve those achy muscles and soothe your post-workout body than to go to a home sauna. Buy everything you need to set up your own sauna at home with Home Gym Australia!

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How Is A Recumbent Exercise Bike Different From The Other Forms Of Stationary Bikes?

We now know that there are different types of stationary bikes that we can use as our cardio workout machine. Upright bikes, recumbent bikes, dual-action bikes, and spin bikes can all give you a heart-pounding exercise session to help you both lose weight and strengthen your body. Of these types, recumbent stands out when it comes to comfort and safety. How is it different from the more popular ones, like the upright bike?

The bike frame. One look and you can definitely see the difference between these two stationary bikes. While the upright bike resembles closely to an outdoor bike, the recumbent bike looks more like a reclined chair with attached pedals in front. It has a backrest and some have armrests too. When you ride a recumbent bike, it feels like you are seating comfortably in a chair and not a bike since your back is completely supported, unlike the upright bike that makes your back feel a bit stiff.

The comfort. As we mentioned earlier, the recumbent bike does not make you feel like you are actually riding a bike. If compared to an upright bike, or any stationary bike for that matter, a recumbent bike has a larger, more cushioned seat, a backrest, and an additional armrest for some models. It lets the user exercise his lower body without feeling any back pain. This is a big advantage for patients who are still recovering from an injury or spinal condition who wants to start working out at home. If you or a family member has the same condition, then a recumbent bike may be ideal for you.

How Should I Use A Recumbent Exercise Bike If I Want To Lose Weight?

You may think that because using the recumbent bike is much more comfortable to use that it would not be as powerful than the other stationary bikes when it comes to burning calories and working out your lower body and core strength. Well, you may be right, but let us not underestimate this exercise bike just yet. Why? Because it is up to your use and determination if you can reach your fitness goals safely and efficiently. Here are some of the tips we give our clients when using a recumbent exercise bike in their home gym. There are two types of workout routines that you can try when using a recumbent exercise bike or any bike for that matter.

Steady State cardio exercise This means that you are going to keep the same pace and rate of cycling from the start of your workout until you finish. Yes, you may have a warm-up and a cool-down phase before and after the routine. However, throughout your workout, you will pedal at a constant speed. What we suggest, especially for beginner riders, is to start at a low speed for the first couple of weeks, increasing gradually so that your body will not get shocked and develop muscle fatigue or exhaustion.

High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) cardio exercise This type of training is a definite hit, especially for those who love going to the gym. Compared to the steady-state workout, this type needs a bit more calculation and discipline. You first have to fully warm up to avoid any injury and muscle strain or sprain. Then, depending on if it is your first time or not, you can start alternating high to low cycling speed for a couple of minutes. The intervals are predetermined to make sure that the exercise certainly works and you can gauge yourself if you are fit to do it or not. It also is a safety net for folks who think they can do it but determines it too difficult along the way. By doing interval training, you don’t overuse your muscles, and you have time to recover so you can push yourself more.

How To Safely Use A Recumbent Bike?

BWe now know that recumbent bikes are the most comfortable and the safest stationary exercise bikes on the market nowadays. However, there are still some people who complain that using this exercise bike type does not do them any good when it comes to losing weight or strengthening their lower body. Recumbent Bike Australia, one of the reliable online stores that offer high-quality recumbent bikes in the country, has these tips and reminders for bike users so they can continue to be safe and unharmed while using an exercise bike at home.

  1. Find the best home gym space. In order to use the exercise bike at home, whether it is an upright, recumbent, or spin bike, you need to designate a big enough area for it. Checking the fitness space and making sure that the recumbent bike is properly positioned in a way that the moving parts are permitted for safe clearance allows you to do your cardio workout securely.
  2. Mount and dismount carefully. If you are planning to put your recumbent bike in a tight space, we would definitely negate the idea. As you may observe, a recumbent bike is a bit bulkier or space-consuming than the other exercise bikes. Putting them in a corner or a small part of your living room or office may make it hard for you to get in and out of the exercise machine. This obstacle or flaw may, in turn, hinder you from feeling excited and inspired to work out. Make sure that there is sufficient room to carefully mount and dismount your recumbent exercise bike.
  3. Adjust the frame and pedals. Make sure that the seat, backrest, pedals, and handlebars are appropriate for your height and posture. Upon riding the bike, position yourself correctly then make yourself feel comfortable without sacrificing the proper form and posture when riding a bike. If you need additional assistance, you can always inquire with our friendly sales representatives and gym consultants so they can show you how to set up your exercise bike to fit you and your family’s needs.