Exercise equipment, or exercise machines, refers to the range of devices used during exercise to augment and enhance physical activity by providing either fixed or adjustable forms of resistance. Exercise machines range from simple weight machines that use gravity for resistance, to electronic computerized machines with monitors and other performance tracking tools. Exercise equipment is an essential fixture in a gym, but is also popular for private use at home.
Treadmills are pieces of exercise equipment where a user can run, jog, or walk on a flat or inclined surface while physically remaining in the same place. Treadmills are comprised of a wide conveyer belt that is commonly driven at configurable speeds by an electric power motor. Because treadmills are flexible and efficient workouts for use in public gyms or privately at home, the treadmill remains the best selling fixture of exercise equipment for sale. Treadmills vary among the features that they provide, but their dimensions are commonly 81” | 206 cm long, 34” | 86 cm wide, with a height of 55” | 140 cm.
An exercise bicycle, or stationary bicycle, exercise bike, spinning bike, or exercycle, is a fundamental piece of exercise equipment for use at the gym, spin class, or at home. Constructed as a machine that transfers the proportions of an ordinary bicycle into a stationary format, exercise bicycles today have transformed through the incorporation of mechanisms and monitors for added resistance settings and performance tracking for more targeted workouts. The low-impact design of an exercise bicycle has made it popular for general fitness exercise, endurance, weight loss, physical therapy, and indoor training for cycling events.
Height (Seat): 25"-30" | 64-76 cm
Length: 35"-48" | 89-122 cm
Width: 18"-26" | 46-66 cm
Aisle Clearance: 30" | 76 cm minimum
Exercise Bicycle side elevation, side (person), front, front (person)