The 66Fit Arm and Leg Pedal Exerciser provides a low impact form of cardio, which is ideal for improving circulation and building muscle strength during rehabilitation, as well as if you are simply looking to improve your aerobic fitness and mobility.
Even if you have limited space at home for exercise equipment, the folding leg design means it can be folded to a very compact size. This not only makes it easy to store, but also easy to transport.
setting up the pedal exerciser from its folded position takes just a couple of seconds thanks to the simple locking button mechanism on each of the legs.
With the legs folded out you can choose to position the pedal exerciser either under a desk or on top of a table, to provide you with either a lower body or upper body workout.
Although there is no display console to keep track of any workout information like the Ultrasport Mini Bike, this does usually mean you can find the 66Fit Arm and Leg Pedal Exerciser for a much lower price.
Despite the lack of display console, you can still manually adjust the resistance using a hand wheel on top of the frame. This makes it possible to quickly switch between lower and higher intensity workouts.
66fit Arm and Leg Pedal Exerciser – Features Summary
- Ideal for use around the home or in the office.
- The resistance from the pedals can be adjusted to increase or decrease the effort required
- Easy to assemble and folds for storage, Helps improve circulation
- Non-slip rubber floor grips
- Pedals come complete with toe-straps
Ideal for light cardio and rehab after injury
This makes it a much more attractive option than larger cardio machines such as treadmills for anyone recovering from an injury, or who has reduced mobility.
Even with this lower impact form of cardio, with regular use you can still improve blood circulation, heart health, and prevent unwanted weight gain when combined with a balanced diet.
In terms of the muscles worked using the 66Fit Arm and Leg Pedal Exerciser, they will be similar to if using a recumbent bike. The following lists show the muscle groups that can be worked for both the upper and lower body:
Even if you can only perform workouts on lower resistance settings, over time you will be able to build up your strength and tone by gradually increasing this over future workouts.