Bicycling has become one of the most popular forms of exercise, from indoor cycling to racking up miles out on the road. But, we wouldn’t call working out on a bike easy—and it shouldn’t be, if you want to up your calorie burn, build muscle and get your heart pumping.
Indoor cycling, also known as Spinning (the brand name of an indoor bike that has become synonymous with the workout), has ranked among the top fitness trends for nearly three decades. Ready to see what all of the buzz is about? Read on for a complete guide to indoor cycling for beginners.
Bicycling offers plenty of health benefits, and it’s never too late to recapture the joy of being on two wheels. Along the way, you’ll get a great workout that feels more like play than work.
More and more people are choosing to cycle because of the health, environmental and money-saving benefits of being on two wheels, making bike safety more important than ever. Taking some simple precautions can be the difference between a pleasant ride and one gone awry.