Wow! I thought riding a bicycle is just for fun, but I was wrong because it is very helpful to our body. Thanks to your advice and I agree that riding a bike makes me feel like a kid again and I enjoy it.Yes of course! I’ve seen friends shed half their size and heard from readers who have lost more than 100 pounds by adding cycling to their weight loss arsenal, which, yes, must include a healthy diet. Riding a bike makes you feel like a kid. You can go places and explore, pedal through pretty scenery, and feel the fresh air wash over you. You’re not looking at the clock willing your obligatory 30 minutes to go by. You’re enjoying the ride and getting some exercise.
I have also read that exercise science shows that high-intensity interval training (HIIT) is a fast way to boost your fitness, rev your metabolism, and stimulate human growth hormone, all of which help you ultimately fry more fat. There’s no better place to push those max intervals than on a bike because there’s zero impact, just effort. Cycling is so gentle on your joints it is often recommended as the exercise of choice for people with arthritis and other joint ailments.