The science is in: Exercise isn’t the best way to lose weight
A Realistic Tool for Effective Weight Loss: The Recumbent Exercise Bike
Trying to figure out a weight loss plan can be mystifying sometimes. If you find yourself pressed for time or motivation, even the thought of working out can be tough. I know this from experience. There is a manageable option though.
Many of us think we have to buy a thousand-dollar treadmill and religiously set aside time from our other activities each day to use it. Personally, this arduous idea is why I carried around those extra pounds for so long. It wasn’t until I started looking into other types of workout equipment that I realized how effective and versatile recumbent exercise bikes are.
I'm no dietary expert, just someone who's managed to lose over fifty pounds solely by using a recumbent bike for cardio. That was with very little change in diet. Since I’m not the most motivated person in the world, it’s doubtful that I would’ve have had the same results with a different piece of workout equipment.
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