A SpinningBikeas a matter of fact is an awesomeintricateway of saying ‘stationary bike' and it simply meansindoor riding. It doesn'tcount if you'rein the gym or at home, you'llget the benefits - not forgettingsometreatsas well.
Becausea spinning bike is keptundercover, you canwork outevery time you please, no unpleasant weather to worry about; no riskyroads; nothing that canpuncture the tires; no ignorantmotorists; or not so bike-unfriendlypedestrians or cops. To my mind, safety is a greatfactor, so isthe ease toleap off the bike and endyourriding without driving or riding home.
Bearing in the amountelements, well, you're going to find thatusing a spinning bike is less costly than, say, a treadmill; this one I adore, if you own a bike already, you canfasten it to acycle trainer, cheaper still - here you get both the benefits of indoor and outdoorcycling.
Is It Easier On Your Body?
Thatagain is decided by what you need. If you suffer from back or kneepain or desire to losequite a deal ofextra pounds, cycling a spinning bike happens to beeasier on your bodythana treadmill.
You don'thave to sport on a helmet or be aware - veryaware - of your environment.
You canadjustyourspinner to replicateoutdoortopography.
Asyou pedal, you canread, talk on the phone, and watch TV - try doing that on the open road.
Motivation: No worries, you couldshow up in a spinning class.
Asthe pedals have clips - no special shoes are necessary.
You'llneed to have high tolerance forworkoutbikes, and if yougo for the gym, sharing it with others.
Spinning only works on your lower body, better if you hada device with handlesthatallow you focus onyourupper back and armsas well.
If your saddle is unpleasant, a sore bottom is what you will get.
The readout on your bike may not be accurate.
It'san awesome and inexpensiveway to keeprobust and enjoyexercise; it'salsoadvisable to check with yourmedical adviserbeforestarting any vigoroustraining.