This holiday season we are giving away free gifts with all qualifying purchases.
Among the gifts we are giving away are:
Free $25 Gift Card. You can use it on your next purchase(s) or give it away as a stocking stuffer. They
1 year subscription to The Inside Trainer Desk Exercises Magazine. Each monthly issue regularly costs $12.99 plus shipping. Take advantage of this FREE bonus offer at checkout. To find out more about the Desk Exercises magazine go here.
Free Desk Display accessory for the desk pedal exerciser the DeskCycle. Regular price is $20 and this season you get it free with your DeskCycle purchase. Here is more information on why the display stand is so popular.
This year we have also heavily discounted the most in-demand accessories when you made a purchase as well. Among these popular products are:
Ergo Handles – perfect for turning your new pedal exerciser the MagneTrainer into an arm pedal bike as well. The pedals that come with it are already designed for hand and leg use but using the Ergo Handle accessory will allow for properly aligned shoulder exercise. Find out more about the specially designed Ergo Handles here.
Quick Connects – a recommended “must have” when you upgrade your machine to a fully functional arm and leg exerciser by adding the Ergo Handles. Although they aren’t a mandatory requirement and you can use your Ergo Handles without them, they do allow for quick exchange between foot pedals and the Ergo Handle. Go here for more information on the Quick Connects.
Larger Foot Pedals – these are standard with the DeskCycle and optional with the MagneTrainer. The DeskCycle is designed specifically to use under the desk and not as an arm pedal exerciser. Because of this the pedals are for the feet only. The MagneTrainer is made for arm and leg pedal exercise so the pedals that come with it have been grooved to comfortably fit the fit or a hand grip. People with larger feet or orthotics may find it more comfortable to have a larger pedal. You can learn more about the larger pedal accessory here.
– DeskCycle Review
– MagneTrainer Review
– Compare Pedal Exercisers