I'm one of those people trying to find the easiest way to get fit.
You don't have to sweat it out in the gym for hours every week to stay trim.
I tried going to the gym once but it didn't workout. We registered for six months and manage to use it for a month. Rest of the 5 months we paid for it, but never used it. At the end I thought how many new clothes and shoes I could have for that money spend on the gym :-)
So, what is the easiest way to get fit?
The answer is cycling, running, long walks and using the stairs instead of the elevator or escalator.
My favourite sport is cycling. I cycle home from work with my boyfriend almost every day and it’s one of the best part of my day. We are having so much fun cycling together, we stopping to take nice photos or talking about what we see. During a weekend we bike for longer and stop for a beer or lunch along the way.
When I started biking, at the beginning I got tired very easily, but within a month riding a few miles, I noticed how much I improved. Now I'm cycling 6-7 days/week and easily. More I do it, more I like it.
It is a nice way to see the city and one of the easiest ways to exercise. You can ride a bicycle almost anywhere, at any time of the year and without spending a fortune.
The health benefits of cycling
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- Regular cycling can help you lose weight, because you burn a lot of calories.
- Regular cycling also strengthens leg muscles and you will begin to see an improvement in the
muscle tone of your legs, thighs, your rear end and hips very soon.
- Cycling is also good for your heart.
- Reduces anxiety, depression and stress.
- Cycling has found to be effective for treating people diagnosed with diabetes and cancer.
Pedal your way to good health. Have fun, enjoy cycling, and remember to maintain your safety and the safety of others at all times.
|That's me returning from a cycling trip|
''Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving.''
~ Albert Einstein~
''Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of a bike ride.''
~John F. Kennedy ~