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While treadmills and elliptical machines are also good for most people with the same goals, if you have any kind of knee or joint pain, a stationary bike is going to be much better for your fitness goals.

In your thirties you are unlikely to see the symptoms of the poor health choices that you may be making. Things like heart disease, diabetes and other 'lifestyle diseases' have yet to show their face but these silent killers are loitering in the background.

In 2005 the study Six sessions of sprint interval training increases muscle oxidative potential and cycle endurance capacity in humans by the McMaster University was published in the Journal of Applied Physiology. More or less they found out that "six minutes of pure, hard exercise once a week could be just as effective as an hour of daily moderate activity." Changes in skeletal muscle and endurance capacity that were believed to require long training hours were proven to be able to come as a result of very intense exercise.

As with anything in life, experience is the greatest teacher. With experience usually comes knowledge or wisdom. This is the ability to relate to or handle certain situations. In terms of training, you will run into times when your training is not going well, you feel unmotivated, or even worse, you get injured.

Aerobic exercise forms an integral part of a fitness program and helps you to "get in shape." It should be performed at least three or four times a week for 30 minutes or more. The main aim of aerobic exercise is increasing heart rate, strengthening the capacity of lungs and increasing the amount of oxygen that reaches our blood.   Adding aerobic exercise to our fitness program helps to improve the overall health of our body.

• Aerobic Endurance - the ability to do moderately strenuous activity over a period of time. It reflects how well your heart and lungs work together to supply oxygen to your body during exertion and exercise.

The BerkelBike handcycle is the ideal solution for disabled people who have no or limited use of their legs. It is a great way of exercising both your hands and legs thereby increasing the blood circulation to these areas. The BerkelBike handcycle can also make a great contribution in the physiotherapy exercises which are aimed at getting back some life and strength into a wasted leg. BerkelBike handcycle has made it all possible for the people with physical limitation, even the people who have suffered Spinal Cord Injury to ride a tricycle using their hands and legs in coordination.