The Fully Recumbent Bike is designed with small children in mind, with the super small size specifically designed for children beginning at ages 4-7 years old! The Fully Recumbent bike is often used in pediatric therapy settings, schools, physical therapy, and fitness training facilities. Bike includes adjustable tension and seat, various computer plans, portable wheel, standard contact heart rate sensors, and audible heart rate, speed, time, distance, and calories burned read off. The Fully Recumbent Bike promotes a healthy lifestyle at a young age.
FULLY RECUMBENT BIKE SPECIFICATIONS:
Includes adjustable seat for varying heights
Designed especially for small children
Useful for therapy, fitness, or at schools
Promotes a healthy and active lifestyle from a young age
Features heart rate sensors with heart rate control capabilities
Wheels for Portability
Kid Friendly Computer Programs
Onboard computer reads heart rate, speed, time distance & calories
User Weight Limit: 250 lbs
Requires standard outlet (plugs into base @ front & center of unit)
Optional Add On: Flip Chart Holder for Layering Academics in ABL Lab
Optional Add On: Pedal Straps (not required for use)
Optional Add On: Seat Belt (not required for use)
Optional Add On: Ear Clip Heart Rate Sensors (not required for use)
Includes Standard Contact Heart Rate Sensors
AVAILABLE IN 4 SIZES:
Super Small [40 x 25 x 41] [Product Weight: 110 lbs]
Elementary [65 x 20 x 45] [Product Weight: 125 lbs]
Junior [ 65 x 20 x 48] [Product Weight: 130 lbs]
Varsity [ 65 x 20 x 50] [Product Weight: 135 lbs]
*Sizing differences are based on distance from seat to bike handles.
Determining Pedal Distance on SS101 Super Small Bike
Flexibility range is 17.5" - 29.5" , based on the the seat adjusted between the shortest and longest setting.To determine pedal distance, measure the distance from the center of the pedal axle (where the ball of your foot rests) to the top of the saddle (the front of your seat).
Children work on balance while walking on the raised and rigid tactile pathway.
Improve spatial awareness while balancing
Balancing activities challenge the brain to adjust its spatial orientation using the proprioceptive system.
Balancing helps aid the brain to place words on a page, to read from left to right and to write patterns in sequence.
Activities that involve balancing help the brain to anchor information and improve memory retrieval.
Pediatric Adaptive ABL Super Cycle
PEDIATRIC ADAPTIVE ABL SUPER CYCLE
The pediatric adaptive super cycle is designed specifically to accommodate various size wheelchairs in order to improve the personal mobility of children, and allow kids to have fun & move with confidence and comfort!
FEATURES & BENEFITS:
Upper Body Ergometer - allows for control of upper body
Adjustable Tension - increase the tension to accommodate a variety of therapeutic needs
Adjustable Height - fits standard pediatric wheelchair width and height, adjustable to accommodate a variety of users.
Positioning and mobility assistance to increase independance
Strategies are teacher friendly, time efficient, and make learning fun!
A fun tool designed to introduce purposeful movement into the classroom,
Boomerboard activities can be incorporated with academics to teach and review lessons, increase classroom engagement, or use throughout the day to transition, brain boosters, or make learning fun with academic games!
Students experience both the physical and neurological benefits of jumping, along with 50+ additional exercises to aid in balance, rhythm, core strength, spatial awareness, endurance, and can be used to work on all 12 foundations of learning readiness. The silent, non-distracting motion allows for a reprieve from the traditional classroom setting.
Research shows that purposeful movement prepares the brain to learn, and creates an optimal environment for students.
The vestibular system includes the parts of the inner ear and brain that help control balance, eye movement and spatial orientation. This system helps to keep students stable and upright. If your student has trouble with body awareness, (Sensory system: the vestibular system) or balance (sensory system: the proprioceptive system) they will often struggle with classroom activities such as letter and number formation, handwriting, copying from the board and tying their shoes.
Meet with your ABL Expert for a tour of a school near you! Checkout an Action Based Learning Lab or Kinesthetic Classroom in Action! Allows educators the opportunity to talk with principals, teachers (and students!) to learn more about ABL.