Long-term cycling can burn fat effectively and shape a healthy stature.
There are three kinds of cycling methods that can burn your fat quickly and shape the body.
1. Aerobic Cycling
Aerobic cycling method requires that the cycling last at least 40 minutes with medium speed and paying attention to deepening breathing. This method is beneficial to the enhancement of cardiopulmonary function and weight loss. It is because the metabolic method in the first 40 minutes of the exercise is mainly glucose metabolism, after which it comes to fat consumption. So those who want to lose weight must not "quit halfway."
2. Intermittent cycling
This is a training method that relies on the alternation of speed to exercise the cardio function by cycling slow at the first several minutes and then cycling faster for minutes which shares the same functions as "run-walk alternating" in running training. However, the "fast" here is not an arbitrary speed. Only when the cycling reaches the sports heart rate intensity, can it be really effective, otherwise it is futile.
3. Intense cycling
This method can strengthen the cardiovascular system. Firstly, set the speed of each ride. Then, control the cycling speed in accordance with your pulse frequency so that it can effectively exercise the cardiovascular system. It is a good way to lose weight.
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- Three back pockets designed to carry some essentials while cycling;
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- Hand washing or machine washing(with wash bag) under 100 degree Celsius.