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Meet the Top 10 Benefits of Pedaling

Resistance

The first exercise consists of pedaling sitting on the saddle, pedaling in a heavy relationship (large crown with smaller cassette), maintaining a low pedaling cadence (between 50 and 60 pedals per minute). Each repetition should last between 10 to 20 minutes, in sets of two to three repetitions. For recovery between sets, pedal in a soft ratio (middle crown and middle cassette) in medium to high cadence (between 80 and 90 pedals per minute) for 15 minutes. This exercise will work its strength and endurance, being preferred that it be carried out in stretches of accentuated rise. Continue reading

The Benefits of Bicycle Riding

Cycling is a great cardiovascular exercise that strengthens the heart. In addition, the involvement of muscles and joints is maximal in number and intensity. It is scientifically demonstrated that the intensity of exercise performed when riding a bicycle brings excellent health benefits. Pedaling for at least half an hour will train the quadriceps to the maximum and tone and harden the glutes. The greatest benefits of cycling are related to the fact that it is possible to exercise the upper part (chest, back, shoulders) and the lower part of the body (thighs, buttocks, calves). The greatest benefits of cycling occur when there is regularity. Those who go to work daily by bicycle enjoy greater health advantages than those who practice sports only on weekends. With a few minutes of daily cycling, you can enjoy better health. Continue reading

Road Cycling-Inexplicable Passion

The beginning nothing friendly

When I started pedaling, I went straight to the practice of mountain biking. Mountain biking changed my life, my values, dreams, goals. Totally focused on the sport I’ve been wanting to improve my performance. Experienced and insistent friends guided me to train with road bike (synonyms: speed or road bicycle). Continue reading

Three Exercise Tips to Improve Your Pedaling

Resistance

The first exercise consists of pedaling sitting on the saddle, pedaling in a heavy relationship (large crown with smaller cassette), maintaining a low pedaling cadence (between 50 and 60 pedals per minute). Each repetition should last between 10 to 20 minutes, in sets of two to three repetitions. For recovery between sets, pedal in a soft ratio (middle crown and middle cassette) in medium to high cadence (between 80 and 90 pedals per minute) for 15 minutes. This exercise will work its strength and endurance, being preferred that it be carried out in stretches of accentuated rise. Continue reading