Cycling - Benefits
Cycling for good physical shape, tone and energy. By riding a bicycle, muscles and joints retain their strength and strength longer. Pedal rotation fights aging because it keeps the heart, helps maintain leg flexibility, tendons and joints work moderately and do not overload too much the bones of the legs, knees and shoulders. When practiced regularly, riding a bicycle strengthens the muscles of the legs, back and abdomen. Particularly suitable for people who have problems with blood circulation and fluid secretion, as well as those whose ankles are swollen or suffer from clumsy legs. Wheel riding increases blood flow to the lower joints, improves cell metabolism and massages areas that cause excessive blood filling, and thus helps even fight cellulite. Cycling, like any other sport, should be practiced regularly through training that lasts at minimum requirements. It should be 3 or 4 times a week, because the benefits of these exercises only occur after 48 hours have elapsed. Each workout must last at least an hour in order to activate the aerobic mechanisms that allow the muscle to produce muscle energy by burning fat and oxygen, thus improving the metabolism of cells and increasing the body's stamina. To strengthen your muscles and increase circulation accordingly for oxidation, the heart must maintain a rhythm equal to 60-70% of the maximum frequency of strokes specific to the individual.