Cycling And Its Many Benefits

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Cycling is a low-impact aerobic exercise which can be included in your daily cardio workouts. It can improve lower body strength and improve overall stamina.

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Good for beginners

Cycling is easy to learn. For someone who is new to fitness or is recovering from illness or injury, low intensity cycling can be a good way to get back on track.

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Weight management

Cycling at high intensity can help reduce body fat, increase metabolism & build muscles. It helps you burn more calories, even when at rest.

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Leg strength

Cycling improves functioning of the lower body & strengthens back muscles. It targets your glutes, hamstrings, calves and quads.

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Toned body

Cycling can help you attain firmer and more toned thighs and legs. The exercise also helps in toning hips, calves, arms, shoulders and feet.

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Core strength

Cycling works on your core, back & abdominal muscles. It requires your body to be upright. A
strong core is needed to keep the bike in position.

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Improves balance

Having a strong core, abdominal and back muscles gives a good support to your spine, & improves stability, body balance and posture.

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Prevents diseases

Regular cycling is an effective way to avoid sedentary lifestyle and prevent high BP,
heart disease, obesity and type 2 diabetes.

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Imparts positivity

Starting your day with cycling will give you a sense of accomplishment, positivity and will make you feel full of energy.

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Mental health

Cycling can ease feeling of stress, depression and anxiety. It can improve concentration and awareness of the moment.

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Environment friendly

Using bicycle as a means of transport can reduce your carbon footprint. It can keep you away from the daily traffic and parking hassles as well.

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