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Definition. Cycling, also known as biking or bicycling, is the activity of riding a bicycle or other type of cycle.
The word comes from the Latin “cyclus” and the Greek work “kyklos” meaning circle or wheel.

Some of the benefits of cycling include:12

  • Low impact. Cycling is gentle on your joints, causing less strain compared to many other forms of exercise. This also makes it a good option for beginners just starting to exercises.
  • Muscle workout. As you pedal, cycling engages all major lower body muscle groups, providing a good lower body workout.
  • Inreases strength and endurance. Regular cycling increases stamina, strength, and aerobic fitness.
  • Boosts physical health. Cycling reguarly improves heart and lung function and is linked with a reduced the risk of cardiovascular disease and cancer, and associated with greater longevity.
  • Improves mental health. Cycling may reduce depression symptoms, and improve emotional well-being and happiness.
  • Versatile. Depending on where you live, you might be able to easily incorporate cycling into your day, without making it an “official” workout such as biking to school or work. Research has shown that benefits of cycling to work tend to outweigh the risks of air pollution exposure.

Spin this Way

Everything cycling.

Switch it up

There are different types of workouts. Switching up your workouts keeps things fresh and interesting. It can also help prevent overtraining. But more than that, each type of workout has a specific purpose and boasts different benefits.

To find out how hard you’re exercising you can use your heart rate. This calculator will determine your heart rate zones based on your age and gender, and give you a easy to understand result.


Never be bored again, with workouts for every need.

Find out many calories you’re burning. This calculator will determine how many calories you burn exercising based on your weight.

Post-Workout Snack

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Prep is Everything

What to do before and after your workouts.