Many cyclists suffer from lack of flexibility and poor posture, and many of us suffer injuries. Stretching is the best way to combat these problems. This post explains the 10 best stretches for cyclists, and shows how they target the key parts of a cyclist’s body. Start with 10 minutes a day, 4-5 times a week and you will very quickly start seeing and feeling improvements. As a bonus, you will also be able to cycle more efficiently!
It is not always possible to bike outdoors. Luckily, it always possible to cycle indoors, with a stationary bike. You could for example join a spin class at the local gym. But when you are just getting started with biking, it can be intimidating to join a class of elite athletes. Fortunately, you can get started on your own stationary bike at home. This post provides a guide to stationary bikes, so you can decide which kind would suit you best.
An indoor bike trainer is a great way to maintain and even build your cycling fitness when winter weather makes it impossible to go outside. Simply set up your regular bike on an indoor bike trainer and pedal away. In this post we describe the different types of indoor bike trainers available, and list 5 of the best indoor bike trainers. We also recommend a couple of essential accessories to make your indoor bike training experience more comfortable.
Aging is inevitable, but there are things you can do to fight aging. Yet another study has shown the extraordinary benefits of interval training to combat aging. Specifically, it showed the most impressive anti-aging results in older people who did high intensity interval training on stationary bikes.
Like any kind of exercising, cycling dehydrates your body, especially in hot weather. This post aims to tell you all you need to know about keeping your body adequately hydrated before, during, and after cycling.