neXfit's home fitness bike combines the traditional cardio workout with fun and useful video game and Internet capabilities.
Known as an ExerGame fitness bike, the equipment shows how the very applications often associated with obesity can be used to get people exercising.
"neXfit ExerGame fitness bikes take the work out of workout and make exercising fun and dynamic. They're the future of fitness" said Geoffrey White of neXfit
With upcoming appearances on a growing number of TV shows, neXfit ExerGame fitness bikes are catching the attention of users and personal trainers alike.
Discovery Health Channel selected neXfit to participate in its Total Family Health Tour, a road show that provides interactive experiences that help educate and entertain families about their health.
At the show, the neXfit ExerGame fitness bikes invite attendees to race against seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong's time.
neXfit ExerGame fitness bikes feature swiveling handlebars with built-in joysticks and health monitors, as well as patented force feedback technology that simulates video game crashes through the handlebars and seat - and ultimately provides the user with a very interactive gaming experience and entertaining cardio workout.
Each neXfit ExerGame fitness bike comes with the company's exclusive Health Manager software, which automatically tracks average heart rate during the workout, as well as total calories burned and distance traveled. The software also enables personal trainers to organize virtual spinning classes and monitor their clients' workouts easily and more effectively.
The neXfit ExerGame fitness bike will cost under $2500 and be available in October from health and fitness specialty retailers across North America.
The neXfit ExerGame fitness bike introduces an exertainment concept, enabling users to play video games, access the Internet and easily manage their own exercise regimes.