Warming Up for Your Ride

  • Warming Up for Your Ride

    Posted by Rajkumar Neelappa on March 6, 2021 at 1:50 pm

    Cycling requires your whole strength. It is therefore essential to warm up before taking up any challenge. Let us walk you through what you must do before sitting on your bike.

    Always stretch

    Warming up before any strenuous exercise is important as it prevents any risk of damaging any muscles. Stretch your arms and legs as this short exercise tones your body in the long run and increases blood circulation.

    Move your legs

    Lack of mobility in your hips and thighs while cycling for long durations can lead to grave injuries. To avoid these, swing each individual leg at least ten times per leg.

    Squats go a long way

    Ready to ride? Time to get your core muscles charged up! Squats require not only great core strength but also employ every other muscle in your body. It is essential to warm up all your muscles, especially your leg muscles. This way, you can avoid soreness as you spend a long time on your bike.

    Work up a sweat

    After completing the basic exercises, complete a full round of jumping jacks. These instantly loosen your body, get your heart pumping and it will work up a preliminary sweat.

    Cooling down

    After completing your ride, remember to cool down by performing a few stretches. This averts any risk of soreness and long-term injuries.

    With these, you’ll be ready to take on the challenge with ease. You can also adjust the workout according to your needs. Remember, you know your body best.

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