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Exercises for Osteoporosis
It turns out that exercises such as cycling, swimming, and walking aren't that beneficial for osteoporosis. The best exercises create some type of "impact" or flexing of the skeleton. So, opt for sports that involve jumping (basketball, volleyball), or sports that require change-in-direction running (field hockey, lacrosse, soccer, tennis). For people who can't do strenuous exercise, simple jumping jacks are beneficial.

Product Details: DeskCycle 2

Product Name: DeskCycle 2
Category: Office Exercise Gear
Manufacturer: 3D Innovations
List Price: $199.00

Capacity: Should be used only while sitting. Do not stand on the DeskCycle.
Colors Available: (as shown)
Description: The DeskCycle 2 is a portable pedalling device. You can place it under your desk and exercise your legs while you work. For persons up to 5'10", this device can be used under desks as low as 27 inches. Persons taller than that will need a taller desk. Has 8 different levels of resistance. Pedals have adjustable Velcro Straps.
Dimensions: The unit is 20-in wide and 24-in long. Pedal arm length is 3.5-in. Maximum pedal height can be set at 9-in or 10-in above the floor.
Footprint: LENGTH: 24 inches. WIDTH: 20 inches.
How It Works: The DeskCycle 2 utilizes a 3-lb flywheel that rotates at 13 times the speed of the crankshaft. Magnets are used to achieve resistance. Resistance can be adjusted by turning the knob. You can pedal it forward or backward.
Ideal For: Anyone who does a lot of sitting.
Special Features: Magnets are used to achieve resistance, which makes for a quieter and smoother device. Other devices like this use friction to create resistance.
Warranty: 1 year
Weight: 23 lbs
Why It's Cool: The LCD display can be placed on your desk so you can monitor speed, time elapsed, calories, and distance while you work.

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