Self-Care Tips For Cyclists In These Challenging Times

  Source: commons.wikimedia.org   These are devastating, scary, challenging times. We often worry about our family and significant others. We worry about our jobs, our finances, and ourselves. Despite all these challenges, our previous coping capabilities – racing, cycling, and group rides – are all interrupted or prohibited. For those who are used to endurance

Guidelines For Cycling Amid The COVID-19 Outbreak

Source: en.wikipedia.org As the COVID-19 outbreak progresses day after day, cycling competitions and other major biking events have eventually been postponed, if not canceled. If you love biking, you might worry because you have been used to going for long rides for your physical health, along with the races that you join from time to

Loving The “Bike Life”

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I did enjoy the Bike Conference 2019, which I attended with my friends who are also enthusiasts. It has made me realize the benefits of biking aside from doing it as a hobby, a pastime, and during my leisure stretch. I have not understood then that biking can be used as a means of transportation, that instead of driving my car anywhere I need to be (aside from work since I have to wear a suit), I can use it to bring myself. It is super fun, you know.

Staying Safe While Cycling

There are many ways to combat the health risks of a sedentary lifestyle: walking, jogging, gardening, playing ball, and swimming come to mind. Still, there is no better feeling than getting on your bike and riding around the neighborhood. — Mirsad Serdarevic Ph.D. Cycling is a type of exercise that can benefit both your physical

Getting Started With Walking For Fitness

Researchers have discovered that moderate exercise, such as walking for 40 minutes three times a week, can enhance cognitive skills. Specifically, the exercise can improve the connectivity of important brain circuits, mitigate declines in brain function associated with aging and improve performance on cognitive tasks. — Rick Nauert PhD Walking is one of the simplest

How Does Regular Cycling Improve Your Health

Being physically active is one of the requirements of a fit and healthy body. Exercising and engaging in sports can help prevent diseases such as heart disease, joint problems, obesity, and diabetes. Cycling is one of the easiest and simplest physical activities you can integrate into your lifestyle to improve your well-being. Making it a

A Therapist-Approved Bike And Run Program

  Source: tastemakercollectivemedia.com Are you planning on training for a duathlon or triathlon, or you just want to simply keep that heart of yours fit and healthy? Whatever it is you want to achieve, it is always good to create a suitable training program that includes short and long-term goals yet also enables you to