Cycling

Outdoor Cycling In Winter: Pros and Cons
by Nate Sterling | January 30, 2015

Some of us can't do without a regular dose of outdoor fitness. Many people who love cycling stash their bikes when chilly winter weather comes rolling in. But does the entry of winter really justify giving up biking?

5 Mood Boosting Exercises to Feel Good
by Kate McDermott | January 19, 2015

They say, “when you look good, you feel good,” but it’s more than that; the real richness of that statement is much deeper. Looking good, as great as it feels, doesn’t come close to what you can gain from the true benefits of exercise.

Cycling Again - 4 Tips to Spring Back to Action
by George Ponting | February 07, 2014

Trying to cycle again? After a long break from cycling, its tough to hit your same pace. As motivating as it sounds the aches, the cramps can make you give up too soon.

Portable Meal in a Snack for Cyclists
by George Ponting | January 31, 2014

Cycling is one of the best exercises for you if you are aiming to cut down some weight or build some muscles. One can burn cycling calories easily if they consume the right kind of food and do the right amount of exercise.

How a Professional Cyclist Can Deal with a Burnout
by George Ponting | January 25, 2014

Cycling is one of those activities that do not just help one with weight loss and fitness but is often relaxing for the mind as well as the body.

Eliminate Boredom while Cycling Indoors
by George Ponting | August 28, 2013

Cycling has many benefits and is known by all. However, when doing the exercise routine at home a major obstacle is faced which is to find the motivation.

Are Cycling and Erectile Dysfunction Connected?
by George Ponting | August 26, 2013

Can cycling spoil your love life? Unfortunately, as the studies have proven it can if you – being a cyclist – don’t care of your posture while cycling and the saddle.

Caution: Cycling May Affect Women's Libido
by George Ponting | August 22, 2013

Cycling is linked to lower sexual appeal in women. Women cyclists, cycling regularly for longer hours are more at risk. Inappropriate sitting, seating, and also saddle position can cause loss of sensation in women’s pelvic floor states study at Yale.

Never too Old to Learn: Adult 3 Wheel Bikes
by George Ponting | July 18, 2013

When you age you begin to realize that there were many fitness activities you wanted to partake in but now your age doesn’t permit to do them. Well, who said old age ain’t fun?

Does Creatine Maximize Cycling Performance?
by Jennifer Elliot | July 13, 2013

Creatine is a supplement that develops strength and lean muscle mass – boosting muscular performance. According to The National Center for Biotechnology Information use of Creatine has become quite common among recreational and professional athletes.