Bike is Back, Cycling for fitness and health

Let's Cycle !. Remember the exercise bike? It was popular at gyms and for home use long before many of today's glitzy, high-tech exercise gadgets were invented. Maybe you even have one, stashed in the attic and serving as a rack for out-of-season clothing.


This great exercises helps a lot to avoid few diseases, lose weight, tighten your thighs and butt, lose fat from your abs & love handles and help you to improve your breathing. and here you are the great benefits of doing it.

Cycling is good for your heart and health

Everyday cycling, where the exercise leaves you breathing heavily but not being out of breath, is an effective and enjoyable form of aerobic exercise.

Cycling will help with losing weight

Cycling can be part of a programme to lose weight because it burns the energy supplied by a chocolate bar or a couple of alcoholic drinks in an hour (about 300 calories). A 15-minute bike ride to and from work five times a week burns off the equivalent of 11 pounds of fat in a year.

Cycling can improve your mood

Cycling can have positive effects on how we feel too. Moderate exercise has been found to reduce levels of depression and stress, improve mood and raise self-esteem, and has also been found to relieve symptoms of premenstrual syndrome.

How cycling improves fitness

A study carried out for the Department of Transport found that 'even a small amount of cycling can lead to significant gains in fitness'. The study found that aerobic fitness was boosted by 11 per cent after just six weeks of cycling 'short distances' four times a week.

Cyclists breathe in less fumes than car drivers

If you are worried about traffic fumes, there may be no need. Cyclists and pedestrians actually absorb lower levels of pollutants from traffic fumes than car drivers.

Who can cycle?

There are no real age barriers to cycling, and people of most fitness levels can cycle, slowly and gently if necessary. Anyone with heart disease or other conditions affecting their activity should, of course, consult their doctor before starting any exercise programme.

Helmets

There is still some argument, but there is increasing evidence that cycle helmets can reduce the number and severity of head injuries in cyclists.
BUT in the case of using indoors bicycle there's no need for a helmet.

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Exercises can always be fun ! ... best sex positions exercises " Happy Valentine's Day" everyone

Along with our exercises series ... we felt it's time for some fun while we are working out! even though these exercises are for women, but I'm sure you guys are gonna love helping your girls with it ....
Here you are the best and most fat burning sex positions ;)

*Cowgirl*
With a standard cowgirl position, the lower part of the woman's legs are braced on the bed or floor, which will engage her butt and core. "Much like riding a horse, she's going to flex her lower abs and pelvic
muscles," says Yvonne K. Fulbright, a certified sex educator and author of /Touch Me There!/ "Pressing into the man's abs and sides with her quads or calves can engage those muscles as well."
Modifying the cowgirl position can work additional muscle groups. "To make it even more intense, she can come up onto her feet, almost like a squat < squats > over him. That's all butt, legs, and hips," says Berman. "If she gets up onto her feet and leans onto her hands, she'll also have to use her upper body to balance."


*Bridge*
With the bridge, the woman is facing upward, using all four limbs to hold her body weight off the bed. All our sex experts agree: this pose is not for the weak. Or, as Britton puts it: "Oh, God, she better be yoga-ing five days a week or training as a gymnast." "This is a highly advanced position," Britton says. "She needs to
stabilize herself so as he's thrusting in and out, she doesn't crash." Even if you pile a tower of pillows under your back to help support your weight (which Britton recommends), you'll still definitely be working your buttocks and inner-thigh muscles, says Fulbright. "This is going to work all of it -- her biceps, triceps, abs, gluetes , quads, calves . Unless she's really strong, she shouldn't expect to hold this position for long."
"If you're going from cowgirl to this position, your butt will start burning after five minutes."




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