The new upper and lower body cross training system from Seattle-based Excy is built to help provide strength training at home, at work, or on the go.

The system is designed to convert into a recumbent exercise bike using any chair, a sitting or standing upper body arm exercise cycle, or a recumbent floor exercise cycle.

The company suggests in a media release that the Excy can match or exceed the calorie burn of high-end elliptical machines, treadmills, row machines or spin bikes found in a traditional gym. As well, more than 30 pounds of bidirectional adjustable resistance provide the capacity to perform a variety of exercises.

Another feature is the Excy Mobile Coach, which helps keep track of results, including duration, estimated calories, location, and power output using a digital thermometer that measures intensity. It can also be used as an interval trainer with other exercise equipment and for running, per the release.

“We designed Excy and our mobile coach to be available to anyone at the exact time and place that they have to get healthy and exercise,” explains Michele Mehl, Excy founder and CEO, in the release.

For more information, visit Excy.

[Source(s): Excy, PRWeb]