Western oriented approach
The whole body is exercised in an even and balanced way. By pulling and pushing with the arms, the muscles in the arm, chest and shoulder area are strengthened. The leg movement strengthens all the muscles from the feet right up to the lower back and pelvic floor. The left-right movement trains coordination and increases stamina.
Traditional far eastern approach
The balanced countermovement of the arms and legs allows the Yin and Yang to become balanced. Breathing evenly aids concentration on the exercise. The spirit finds relaxation and the nerves are calmed. The shoulder-arm movements stimulate the meridians of the cardiovascular system and the triple warmer thus strengthening the metabolism and immune system.
Instructions for use
Hold grips firmly with both hands. Stand on the pedals. Move hands and feet slowly and steadily.