Among the exercise tools, exercise bikes and spinning bikes are very useful tools. Of course, exercise bikes and spinning bikes are also beneficial to people, but many people don’t know the difference between exercise bikes and spinning bikes. In fact, there are mainly differences in appearance and structure. The three differences between differences and suitable crowds. So, what is the difference between an exercise bike and a spinning bike? Let’s find out together.
First is the exterior structure of the spinning bike and exercise bike, both of which have handles, flywheels, mounts, and pedals. At the same time, the exercise principle and fitness effect of the two are also similar. Through the consumption of body heat by cycling, the effect of reducing fat and fitness can be achieved.
To make a visual analogy, exercise bikes are like ordinary bicycles, while spinning bikes are more like mountain bikes. The more obvious point is that the seat position of the spinning bike is higher, and the person sitting on it is in a state of leaning forward.
1. First of all, the obvious difference is the position of the flywheel. Most flywheels of spinning bikes are front-mounted, while exercise bikes have front and rear-mounted ones. At the same time, the flywheel adopts a package design.
2. The resistance adjustment methods of spinning bikes and exercise bikes are different. Spinning bikes are mostly based on brake block adjustment, and exercise bikes are mostly controlled by magnetic control.
3. Spinning bikes and exercise bikes have different riding methods. On a spinning bike, you can ride in a standing or seated position. According to the difference between the horizontal exercise bike and the vertical exercise bike, the exercise bike is divided into two types of exercise states: prone riding and seated riding.
It can be clearly seen from the difference in the structure of the above spinning bikes and exercise bikes that the exercise intensity of spinning bikes is stronger than that of exercise bikes. Therefore, spinning bikes are often more popular among young people. The elderly need to be cautious when choosing spinning bikes. Exercise bikes are suitable for exercisers of all ages.