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Pulse Fitness is set to expand its portfolio of cardio equipment with the launch of its new AirBike.

Designed to utilise air resistance technology, the bike offers a cardiovascular CrossFit-style workout. Unlike traditional exercise bike offerings, the AirBike has handles that move as the user pedals, providing a dual action that incorporates the entire body.

Similar to an air rowing machine, the AirBike creates resistance through a large flywheel which generates more resistance the harder the user works. It also features a 7-inch LCD console with advanced controls that offers 12 preset training programme options, as well as a manual training mode.

Ben Steadman, business development director at Pulse Fitness, says: "The AirBike is a serious workout due to the fact that resistance is regulated by effort, meaning the harder you work, the more resistance is created. Used at high intensity, it's a real test of mental and physical strength."

"Our AirBike has already proven to be highly popular with the MOD thanks to its robust design and technology and we look forward to launching this product into the wider fitness market."

The bike has a low carbon footprint, as it doesn't consume any electricity and is fully adjustable, portable and low maintenance, making it ideal for use on the gym floor and at home.

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Pulse Fitness Solutions
With an award-winning portfolio of over 150 pieces of cutting-edge, premium fitness equipment, Pulse Fitness is unique in its position as the only company to research, design, develop and build technologically advanced equipment in the UK.
Pulse Fitness is the dedicated equipment arm of leading global leisure solutions provider The Pulse Group. Over the last 39 years, The Pulse Group has provided support to more than 30,000 leisure facilities in 30 countries across six continents. Pulse currently provides fitness solutions to over 100 UK clubs and operates 15 fitness, leisure and soccer centres.
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Radnor Park, Greenfield Road, Congleton, Cheshire, CW12 4TW
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Pulse Fitness is set to expand its portfolio of cardio equipment with the launch of its new AirBike.
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