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Old 03-13-14, 09:55 AM   #1
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Any Schwinn Ait-Dyne Users?

In warm weather, I ride my mt or road bike. I know many cyclists use an indoor trainer during bad weather. I've never bought one, but do have the Air-Dyne that gets used off and on, not as much as it should.
Does working out with the Air-Dyne do more than just help your cardio health? Or would it be better to invest in a trainer? What would be he advantages? I could see a trainer might work better to get you "dialed in" on you bike's various, handlebars, etc. The Air-Dyne does give you the upper body workout.
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