Multiple Sclerosis – Studies and research results
from exercising with Passive / Active exercisers

Not many studies have been made for exercisers where the user is active using their muscles !

– Probably because it is so obvious that moving actively is more beneficial than having your legs / arms moved passively.

Numerous studies show that active training is beneficial to the “neuro – body connection” where the studies with passive exercisers mainly concentrate on the fact that your body can be moved passively.

Our BEAT Technology enables people with no walking ability and even paralysed people to exercise for hours every day.

This makes our LEMCO Combi Bike Plus exerciser the first choice for all customers trying it over the existing active/passive exercisers – and at a lower cost. 

Hochsprung A., Granja Dominguez A., Magni E., Escudero Uribe S., Moreno Garcia A. (2017).
Effect of visual biofeedback cycling training on gait in patients with multiple sclerosis. Neurologica.
DOI: 10.1016/j.nrl.2017.07.008

Rösche J., Paulus C., Maisch U., Kaspar A., Mauch E., Kornhuber H.H. (1997).
The effects of therapy of spasticity utilizing a motorized exercise-cycle. Spinal Cord, 35, 176-178.
DOI: 10.1038/

Corrales M. C. (2002).
Apparativ-assistives Training mit Multiple Sklerose Patienten. Diplomarbeit, Deutsche Sporthochschule Köln.

Kornhuber H.H., Mauch E. (1994).
Immunosuppressive and symptomatic therapy of multiple sclerosis. Neurology, Psychiatry and Brain Research,
2 251-257.