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You may have seen people riding this new fitness device around New York City so I decided to give -- -- -- -- doubt I doubt it looks like a cross between an elliptical machine and a bicycle it's called B a -- ago.
It's an attention getter appear shy -- arises if you wanna get -- in this step on Madden.
You're going to be turning heads all -- And while it turns heads it also gives you a total body worked out there works 34% more metabolic -- then riding a regular bike.
Here you're standing up you -- very good posture.
-- using different muscles than you would bicycling.
And you're actually mimicking the running running stride.
Michael -- to gain is a former Olympic athlete who works as a personal trainer here in New York City.
He discovered -- -- to -- a few years ago when he was battling injuries after years as a competitive runner.
On his first -- he did 62 miles and felt absolutely no pain the next day.
Its weight bearing but you're not pounding down on the pavement every time so it's much easier on the body much easier on the joints so like that a person who did.
Hip replacement surgery and after five weeks he was able ride this no problem now he wouldn't be able run for months.
It's -- to -- now owns for a -- it goes and trains clients on them in Central Park.
The first thing you need to -- the -- -- the with the guys and I got the chance to test one out.
-- reading -- -- -- it's not only -- worked out it's also a great way to see your surroundings that's fun you.
-- above all the traffic above the people.
And you -- it's like riding a horse in a way one of his clients loved it so much he bought one for himself.
When I first got it.
Little awkward you know it's it's not exactly like -- -- But once you got the neck and learned how to -- -- -- -- -- It's fantastic while it is fantastic it's also pricey the cost of the elected starts at about 15100 dollars but you can rent one at various bike rental locations around the city.
So if you're looking to change up your usual fitness routine -- -- -- to go just might be the way to go.
In Central Park carried through Fox 5 News.
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