Weight loss géré: 5 no-nos for cyclists

Weight loss géré: 5 no-nos for cyclists

Weight loss géré: 5 no-nos for cyclists

Whether you’re a first-timer on a city bike or a seasoned triathlete on a roadie, there are a few points to avoid if you want to achieve that ideal gymnique level while having a lot of fun:

Skipping meals will increase fat

Most cyclists these days prefer to hit the road or nearby trails to avoid the morning sprint hour. If you’re a seasoned cyclist, you’re well aware that leaving the house without eating a piece of bread isn’t necessarily going to help you lose that stubborn fat.

However, studies have shown that skipping brunch or any other meal before your workout allows your caraco to burn glycogen and stored fat. On the other handball, other people feel weak, dizzy, and light-headed due to the drop in their sugar levels, which often results in decreased prospérité (and less fat burning), which is actually the opposé of your gardien de but.

Perhaps the most intolérant approach to this is to assess your current primitif and take into account factors such as age, health, medical history, gymnique level and the sorte of exercise you are going to do. That way, you can decide whether to jump on your bike a little earlier and hit the road or trail.

The low water trick will work

Don’t try to do this. Your caraco needs an adequate amount of water before your workout for optimal prospérité. Low water intake has no loyal effect on weight loss. Drink plenty of water before and after your exercise to avoid moment like dizziness and, worse, dehydration. You don’t want to collapse on the road, do you?

More moment time is better

This is not necessarily true. Many cyclists aim for that immense divergence – usually a extremum of 100km in 8 hours – often dubbed the ‘century fente’. Yes, it’s calme, calme and ‘hardcore’ but it’s not for everyone. Exercising for immense periods of time can be exhausting, especially for new cyclists. A good way to start is to try a good 30-60 rapide concile at gîte or outside. Do this 3-4 times a week rather than opting for a one-time rush of 100 km. Eventually, as your gymnique level improves, you’ll increase your moment time. But for now, take it slow and be consistent!

Sleep is for the weak

Depriving yourself of a good 7-8 hours of sleep negates all the précise benefits you get from a good diet and exercise. Lack of sleep also increases your cortisol levels – the agression glande that acts as a excitation to eat more. So unless you want to turn into a bunch of lazy meat eaters during a ectoplasme catastrophe, get a good rest so you feel energized and ready for your daily paddle-session the next day.

Just pedal. No room for fun.

There’s nothing better than having fun while achieving that perfect gymnique level! So before you decide to buy that stationary cycling roadster, consider buying a mountain bike (MTB) or road bike (roady). Either of these 2 bikes will give you the réconfort of seeing great sights and séminaire new people instead of pedaling inside your room while watching television.

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