Benefits of Cycling

Cycling is the easiest way to stay healthy. It’s fun, sporty and most importantly, we all know how to ride a bicycle. Some ride it for fitness, some for fun and some just want to get some action with their BMX. So let’s see the advantages of cycling which makes the activity fun filled and a complete body exercise.


• Heart says it’s good

As you cycle, you increase the pumping in the blood hence improving cardiovascular fitness. Also it lowers the risk of coronary heart disease. According to the British Medical Association, cycling just 20 miles a week can reduce the risk of coronary heart disease by 50%.

• Be a muscle man

Cycling helps to tone the muscles especially in the lower body. It improves the strength in the calves, thighs, hips and other leg muscles. It is also a great low-impact mode of exercise for those with joint conditions.

• Building stamina

Regular cycling can increase your stamina. So next time when you go cycling, notice that you have come much farther than yesterday.

• Slim down

Cycling at pace burns calories and helps you to get rid of extra flab. So go cycling and have the body you always envied.

• Improved coordination

Since the whole body is engaged in cycling, coordination of the body is improved. Arm-to-leg, feet-to-hands and body-to-eye are some specific coordinations that are enormously boosted.

• Helping the nature

By cycling you are producing no pollution making this place a better world. Large number of cycling enthusiasts uses cycle as their convenience hence lowering the percentage of pollution.

• Mental health
Every physical activity is linked with mental strength. Exercising improves not only physical strength but also mental state. If the body is active, the mind also becomes active hence lessening the symptoms of old age mental problems.
Cycling will not only help you but our environment too. So if you do it for your health, it’s good but if you use it for the sake of our nature, nothing more can be asked for!

 

 

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