The Aidapt Deluxe Motorised Pedal Exerciser can help you maintain a light but consistent exercise routine from the comfort of your sofa
If you’re having treatment or have recently finished, you should start to do a little exercise if you feel up to it.
Generally, doctors advise at least 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week, of moderate paced activity such as walking. This level of activity is helpful for even during treatment. But everyone’s different and exercise needs to be tailored to you, taking into account your overall fitness, diagnosis, and other factors that could affect safety.
There are very good reasons for exercising. It can improve your quality of life and help you feel better. Some studies show that it can help to speed up recovery after cancer treatment. Regular exercise can also reduce stress and give you more energy.
If you’ve never done much exercise, you’ll have to build up gradually. If you do too much one day, you might feel very tired and sore the next day. Don’t feel that you always have to do more than yesterday. Some days you’ll have more energy than others.
The Aidapt Deluxe Motorised Pedal Exerciser is a fantastic way of gradually incorporating exercise into your routine. Created to help improve muscle strength and circulation, it is great for doing exercise at home.
This exerciser can be used whilst seated or lying down as well as being used on a table to work the arms.
The bike features variable resistance for a customised workout and has a built-in digital monitor that displays the number of revolutions, calories burned and elapsed time, as well a remote control.
Key benefits of the Aidapt Deluxe Motorised Pedal Exerciser:
- Can be controlled via remote control, perfect for those with limited mobility
- Lightweight allowing you to move it easily
- Variable resistance lets you choose the intensity of the exercise
- Pedals can move both forward and backwards which helps you target different sets of muscles
- Digital monitor shows number of revolutions, calories burnt and time elapsed
- Programmable exercise time
- 12 speed settings
Are you anxious about starting to exercise, or do you have reduced mobility? You can read our Doing Exercise guide for more information to help you.