Cycling and spinning as an indoor alternative cycling is the trend when it comes to sports in the fresh air. Not only the sense of well-being is increased, but also the muscles. This certainly depends on what course you drive, so that it is no mere endurance training. Should the muscles built through sport or also just strengthened, driving at high speeds is required. These allow hard to move and require above all the Quadtriceps femoris – thigh extensor front”, says Tobias Fendt, operator of the fitness blog. Can intensify the whole thing also be using large inclinations. For this, one must drive through a rather hilly landscape, so that you really can feel what effect ride high especially those which muscles does.
To rather a heart and cardiovascular training aimed at be lower gears and a straight line enough already completely”, explains Tobias Fendt. The gluteal muscles also can by cycling be trained. In this case it is only on the saddle settings: the lower the saddle is located also the gluteal muscles be strengthened even more. As regards the bike, so there are several types that are used for different purposes. To properly to exercise, no women’s cycling is desired, with which you easily through the city can drive, but not properly trained. A mountain bike or a road bike would be so appreciated. Moreover, it is also advisable, to the bicycle to operate a supplementary sport claimed the upper part of the body, because only the lower part of the body is trained by cycling”, Tobias Fendt advises. Spring is at the door and hence the best time to ride a bike.
The cold weather should constitute no obstacle, but and inhibit the desire out there for sports. For people who hate out there cycling, there is an indoor alternative: the cycling or spinning. This sport takes place in a room. While the pedal is in the Joined the rhythm of the music. Especially the kicking in larger groups is popular at all Alterrsschichten. Tobias Fendt has published more information about cycling on his blog. See… interested parties can subside as cycling affects the muscle.