Hip Cycle is a stationary regular cycle exerciser used in physical therapy and as a sports fitness aid. Cycling is a low-impact exercise to increase muscle strength and mobility of the hips and knees. Cycling movements assist in hip toning by muscle growth rather than fat storage and burning of calories. Cycling is one means of low-impact exercise beneficial for your hips. One form of stationary cycle frequently used in physical therapy
keeping the hips and knees moving, and the muscles around the joints strong, contributes greatly to protecting the joints and staving off additional damage caused by arthritis.