Here are my benefits:
anytime you can spin your legs is a positive
I can crank up the tension and work on power
I can do intervals
you are not fitted for the stationary bike
the trainer or rollers allow u to use your bike which is fitted for you.
you are not in the wind
you don't use your core since bike is stationary
My main focus is overall cardio and increasing leg strength and power with the weights and stationary bike.
what are your thoughts?
Just keep in mind that training adaptations are typically pretty specific--by training on the stationary you'll get better at the stationary but won't see a massive change in your running for example (you'll see general improvements in your cardio/respiratory systems but still need to train specific movements to become more efficient in them).
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