Health Benefits of Bicycle Riding

When I was a kid, I loved to ride a bicycle. We traveled around the city to and from school. After school, we get together to ride our bikes and discuss what happened at school, our worries and our dreams. Biking made us healthy, busy and happy. As an adult, I realize that cycling brings many benefits not only to the mind but also to the body.

Now that I’m 40, I’m starting to enjoy it again. One of the doctors’ recommendations was to exercise to maintain better health.

Cycling is a great aerobic exercise that can improve your heart health. With a multi-speed bike, you can improve your physical condition as your cardiovascular function improves. Start with a smooth speed on level ground. If you want to challenge, change the terrain.
Cycling is good for joints.

Osteoporosis exacerbates joint problems due to lack of adequate calcium levels in the bones, causing joint pain, especially in the knees, with age. Cycling provides painless exercise. The benefits of aerobic exercise are comparable to easy jogging and running. Make sure the height of the bike seat is adjusted so that each rotation allows your foot to move in full range. The full range of motion promotes lower limb circulation and does most of the work when moving the bike.

Riding a bicycle strengthens your leg muscles. For muscular endurance, stick to flat terrain, but adjust your bike speed as you improve. Stretch well before and after riding each bike to prevent cramps. Riding a bicycle will improve your balance. Learning to ride a bike is to stay upright. To do this, you need to find a balance between your body and your bike. Maintaining balance strengthens the core muscles of the abdomen.

By pulling on the core muscle, you won’t fall off the bike. The muscles of the lower abdomen pull your feet into the body from the bottom of the cycling revolution. Thanks to the sturdy and balanced core, there is no pain in the lower back.

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