Strength Training

Step UP Bike – Strength Training & Resistance Training

You may wonder why we are mentioning Step UP Bike when talking about strength training.  Clearly there are no weights involved when riding Step Up Bike.  It’s simple, Strength Training is often closely related to Resistance Training to improve your overall health.  While the Step UP Bike does not require using heavy weights to complete a workout, the bike itself weighs 60-65lbs. Your additional body weight, according to your size, will provide plenty of natural resistance to the exercise.  You therefore, don’t need weights to reap the benefits of strength and resistance training on multiple muscle groups of your body.  When riding the Step UP Bike for the first time, many people are very surprised with the way they feel during & after the ride. They find they have received a complete “full-body” workout as compared with just participating in a traditional running or bike routine. The following muscle groups that are being shaped and toned during a Step UP bike ride are biceps, triceps, Deltoids, Trapezius, Dorsi, Forearms, Abdominals, Glutes, Buttocks, Quads, Calves, and Hamstrings, all benefited from riding Step Up Bike.  Lastly, riding the Step UP bike will allow you to get a consistently great workout while offering “ZERO IMPACT” to your Joints, Tendons and Bones making Step UP Bike perfect for Senior’s and people with overuse joint injuries to maximize their strength and resistance training.  See chart and supporting articles below.


Seniors – Resistance Training resulted in a reversal of the “genetic fingerprint” of muscle tissue in older adults.

Seven Reasons Why Strength Training Is Like the Fountain of Youth


Lifting weights twice a week doesn’t just build muscle—it can also build up your brain later in life, a new study says.

 Strength Training – The Real Fountain of Youth


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