Bicycle Fluid Trainer
- by ctfc40
- 2007-12-08 05:12:52
- Exercise & Sports
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- 2 comments
I am tony... 45 yrs... about 5 weeks in with a pacemaker for vaso-vagal syncope - long pause ...anyways other than not sleeping well and some anxiety I have started exercising again...walking, aerobics, step etc... to start out slow...I know I can jog at this point...Does anyone know if the magnets in a bicycle fluid trainer is to much or might interfere with the pacemaker ?...
by ctfc40 - 2007-12-09 10:12:57
Thanx, went ahead and did 30 mins and felt fine. When I ask the PM clinic and or EP they always just give me the standard answers about no MRI's etc...Appreciate it.
You know you're wired when...
Your device acts like a police scanner.
I am an avid scuba diver.
No it should not
by MSPACER - 2007-12-08 07:12:41
The mag is on the flywheel by the bottom of the trainer so your pacemaker is very far from it. It should not effect your device. I have a cateye trainer that I use in the winter to cycle indoors. There is a magnet in the device that spins the rear wheel. I never had a problem.