This post explains why cycling is the best exercise for weight loss, and describes 7 steps to lose weight cycling. Cycling burns a lot of calories, and can be sustained for long periods of time because it is so much fun. And because cycling is a low-impact exercise, you can start cycling even if you are very overweight. Many people have lost impressive amounts of weight with the help of cycling, and you could become one of them!
A Beginner’s Bike Training Plan that is suitable for new cyclists, based on principles of rest, moderation, consistency – and eventually, interval training. Following this beginner’s bike training plan will enable you to dramatically increase your fitness, strength, and cardiovascular health. It can also help you to lose weight. Post includes advice for heavier people starting out on a bike training plan.
Here are quick links to our Best Posts on How to Lose Weight Cycling. Check them out – you may find something that is just right for you on your journey right now.
Here are the Top 10 Bike Your Way Lean Eating rules! Following these rules will help you lose weight while eating healthy, natural foods. Author and cyclist Selene Yeager has written what many people believe is the definitive book on how to lose weight with cycling. It includes 10 simple rules that will help most people lose some weight as they bike their way lean! Yeager’s book is called Ride Your Way Lean: The Ultimate Plan for Burning Fat and Getting Fit on a Bike. It has tons of good stuff in it, including cycling drills and exercises to make your entire body lean. In this post, for your convenience, I’ve highlighted just the top 10 bike your way lean eating rules.
If you’re planning to get fit, or maybe even want to train to do a charity bike ride, consider how you are going to monitor the intensity of your workouts. The Rate of Perceived Exertion (RPE) is the easiest way to measure exercise intensity – and it’s free! This post shows you how to use perceived rate of exertion to get fit.
I believe in New Years resolutions. One of the most beautiful things about human beings is that we are always trying to be better. Let’s have a word with the man or woman in the mirror, and make a change in 2016! The only way we can improve the world is by improving ourselves.
Many people think that the main health benefit of cycling is weight loss. Sure, it helps – but the main health benefit of cycling is that exercise will dramatically improve your health throughout your life. In fact, exercise has so many health benefits that the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges has declared that exercise is a miracle cure for most of the diseases that kill us.
An effective post-ride routine is a crucial part of good, structured bike training. Exercising smartly isn’t about completely wiping yourself out, and then doing it again on your next ride. Adequate recovery prepares your body for ongoing work-outs, so that ultimately you can really get fit.
Here’s a heartwarming video about a morbidly obese man who saved his life with cycling. It provides a lot of motivation for anyone who wants to follow their dreams. Whether your goal is cycling weight loss or just getting fit and healthy, cycling can help you live your dream.
Here are our Top 10 Tips to Lose Weight Cycling, gathered from real people who have succeeded in their quest to lose weight cycling!
Riding a bike is intense exercise, and you burn a lot of calories doing it. But how many calories do you burn cycling? The short answer: really a lot! Here’s a post that shows you how to work out how many calories you burn cycling. You will see that if you start commuting by bike, it should be easy to lose weight.
The ride your way lean program works! Here are the top 10 eating rules from the program. Go ahead – buy Ride Your Way Lean: The Ultimate Plan for Burning Fat and Getting Fit on a Bike – you will lose weight!
I believe in New Years resolutions. One of the most beautiful things about human beings is that we are always trying to be better. Let’s have a word with the man or woman in the mirror, and make a change in 2015! The only way we can improve the world is by improving ourselves.
The Top 10 reasons to be a bike commuter include losing weight, building lean muscle, getting fitter, reducing stress, and saving money.
Achievements after a Year and a Half as a Bike Commuter As I look back over the past year and a half as a cyclist and a bike commuter I have a few observations and reflections to pass along. First and foremost I am forever grateful to cycling for restoring my health, reducing my stress, […]
Cycling has enormous health benefits and has helped me to lose weight. It can be an expensive sport, especially in winter. But the benefits and cycling weight loss make it well worth the price! I have lost weight cycling, reduced my blood pressure, and got much fitter.
Here’s an update on my progress with using the Ride Your Way Lean program to lose weight. Selene Yeager’s program works, but it’s pretty intense. The good news: a combination of the eating program, the exercises and the cycling drills will certainly enable most people to get leaner, lighter and stronger, and cycle faster than ever.
The 10 Best Reasons to Commute by Bike: Become a bike commuter – burn 156,000 calories per year, and lose 45 pounds! Plus LOTS of other benefits too.
If you take up cycling, you WILL lose weight! This post provides a calculator to figure out how many calories you burn while you’re cycling, and shows that the more weight you lose, the faster you will go, the more calories you will burn, the more weight you will lose, the faster you will go …