Tsunami Sport – High Tech Engineering for Your Convenience

Tsunami Sport – High Tech Engineering for Your Convenience

The Tsunami Sport is one of the more compact offerings in the Tsunami line of exercise stationary bikes. Featuring many similar components as the higher-end Pro model, the Tsunami Sport offers users a strong, commercial grade exercise bike they can use in their own home, or in their professional gym.


The key thing about the Sport is that it has been engineered with the convenience of the exercising party in mind. Every feature is installed with an eye toward making exercise an enjoyable activity rather than an annoying chore to be put up with.


For example, the central part of the bike is the 50 pound flywheel. This offers durability, a strong base resistance that gives the user a real workout, and a smooth quiet ride. This lets the user work out enough to get a definite challenge, while still being quiet enough to enjoy music or television while riding. You can even set up a tablet and read an eBook while you ride, if that’s your thing.


The Sport also comes with sweat guard housing over the resistance system. Let’s face it, you’re going to sweat when you’re exercising, and that sweat can get into the works of your machine. The simple addition of covers to the resistance system keeps the sweat from getting inside and contaminating the works, keeping your bike working better, longer.


The Sport is also tailored to be convenient for anyone to use, regardless of body type. Quick release switches allow for easy repositioning of the handlebars and seat for different body types, and a low stepover height means you don’t have to be six feet tall just to get on the bike.


Fitness Expo staff are very familiar with the Tsunami bike series, including the Sport. They can show you how to properly use these machines and get the most out of your workout every time you get on. If you would like to know more about the Sport, come by any Fitness Expo location, with stores in Baton Rouge, Shreveport, Metairie, Kenner, and also Jackson, Mississippi.