Pedal Exerciser
  • Pedal Exerciser
  • Pedal Exerciser
  • Pedal Exerciser
  • Pedal Exerciser

Pedal Exerciser

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Pedal Exerciser Description

Pedal Exerciser

Pedal Exerciser is a versatile strength-building tool that can be adjusted to suit your needs. It can be used on tabletops for arm workouts or on the floor to exercise your legs. This portable pedal exerciser features a convenient tension control knob that allows for broad range of resistance settings. It's ideal for progressive exercise programs. This table-or-floor pedal exerciser also has straps to hold your feet firmly on the pedals during each workout. It's an ideal choice for those looking to get into better shape. Develop your hand, arm and leg strength with the Pedal Exerciser.

Sit in your favorite chair and pedal away inches! This pedal cycle exercise bike provides the same beneficial form of exercise, without the strain of uphill and downhill motions. Our portable exercise bike firms calf and thigh muscles, trims tummy and strengthens back. It helps improve circulation, too!. Adjusts easily for stronger pedaling. Easy assembly. 

Pedal Exerciser Features

  • Low-impact exercise
  • Pedal your way to better circulation and firmer muscles
  • Tension adjuster controls workout level
  • Easy assembly
  • Metal
  • Use for hand / arm and leg strengthening
  • Use on table top or on the floor
  • Adjustable torque resistance aids progressive exercise programs
  • Ideal for those who cannot use conventional exercise equipment.

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