As busy and hectic as life can get, fitting in time to exercise can become quite a challenge. But thanks to machines like the FitDesk v2.0 Desk Exercise Bike, you can multitask your way to good health and even shed some pounds while you’re at it.
In the picture: FitDesk v2.0 Desk Exercise Bike
Pros of the FitDesk v2.0 Desk Exercise Bike:
Adjustable desk: This exercise bike comes with a desk area that lets you continue to work on whatever project you need to complete while you’re exercising. And when you get finished with your workload, the desk can support your laptop or tablet while you browse online. This desk is adjustable and won’t let your items fall off, thanks to the non-slip surface area.
Massage rollers: With the massage rollers for your forearms to rest on, you can be comfortable while working out and typing. This armrest is padded as well as adjustable. You’ll be able to exercise and type without stretching so far that you have to strain yourself.
Adjustable resistance: This bike has resistance pedaling, which means that you get a tougher exercise routine that also tones your muscles while you’re moving. And the bike doesn’t just focus on the lower body while ignoring the upper body. You can move the resistance to 8 different levels.The bike comes with resistance bands so that you can also work out your upper body at the same time.
Dual odometer: It has an odometer and you can reset each ride, however, it also has a life odometer that tracks overall mileage.
Adjustable seat: The seat on the FitDesk is a beach cruiser style – meaning that it’s comfortable to use for extended periods of time. Plus, you can adjust the seat back to fit your position, which makes it great for using if you want to pedal while sitting straight or relaxed.
Easy to move: The bike has a folding frame, which means that you can move it or store it out of sight with ease. Lightweight construction with wheels that make it easy to move and take anywhere.
Cons of the FitDesk v2.0 Desk Exercise Bike:
Bike seat: Some users have complained that the seat is not designed for comfort.
Desk size: The desk is too small for a mouse and laptop. If you use a mouse or just want a little more room, it is recommended to buy the extender kit.
Worth the Money?
If you sit down most of the day and work from home, the FitDesk v2.0 Desk Exercise Bike would be a great addition to achieving your fitness goals. The only drawback seems to be the comfort of the bike seat which seems for some users not as comfortable as they would like.