Here are some really good articles and resources about losing weight while cycling. Cycling is not just a fun thing to do. It is ideal for weight loss because it burns a lot of calories. It's just what you need for summer!
More and more cycle paths are being opened and biking to lose weight is becoming a more comfortable and enjoyable option. What a great way to get out in the fresh air and help you with your weight loss goals!Edit Remove Move
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For every spreadsheet-keeping supertrainer, there are 10 cyclists who just go out and ride. For a lot of folks, that's fine, but when you're cycling to lose weight, just riding isn't enough. Take it from Ben Owens, a roofing company executive from Marietta, Georgia, coached by Carmichael Training Systems' Ryan Kohler, who has lost more than 240 pounds over the past three years--and now competes in criteriums and track races.Edit Remove Move
Step up to your riding weight (Paul Smith - www.smithpic.co.uk) Achieving your optimal cycling weight will make you faster, and fitter. But what is it and how do you reach it? "Excess body weight is the cyclist's enemy," says Matt Fitzgerald, author of Racing Weight: How to get lean for peak performance (VeloPress).Edit Remove Move
Spinning those pedals provides a fat-scorching workout that’s gentle on the joints, and actually fun to do, no matter how much you weigh. Here are eight easy ways to get leaner by bicycling.Edit Remove Move