The stationary bike is a cardiovascular exercise involving the lower limbs. The standing position involves the hip muscles more than the sitting position. It represents well the work of the bicycle in a reduced space.

Body Parts

  • Legs
  • Hamstrings
  • Gluteus maximus
  • Quadriceps Femoris


  • Hold the handlebars of the bike. -
  • Stand up on the pedals, so that the buttocks are above and in straight line with the feet. -
  • Contract the abdominals. -
  • Keep your back straight. -
  • Bend your elbows a little.


  • Pedal, roll your feet regularly. -
  • Do not swing the body too much so that the movement stays balanced on both sides. -
  • Avoid putting too much weight on your arms.


Avoid bending your back. - Keep your knees in line with the bike.