• How to correctly prevent cervical pain caused by cycling

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    Don't take the risk of expanding your condition and suffer the pain in your spine in silence. Before the cervical spine evolved into a big problem, there are a lot of methods used by professional athletes to solve the small problems of the cervical spine.

    Humans were not designed to ride bicycles; the structure of the body was originally formed for the use of upright walking. Cycling completely changes the weight distribution of your spine and muscles, and it bends your back and cervical spine into an unnatural posture.

    In fact, when you are in a cycling position, your cervical spine must compensate for this position in order for you to see the road ahead. If your cycling posture is not good, then this problem will be more serious; for a few hours, your cervical spine will stand up straight, staring at the space in front; it’s weird that the neck muscles are not tired.

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  • 5 types of sports injuries caused by unsuitable bicycle size

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    Today I write this article about bicycle size science, the purpose is to let everyone know your bike more clearly, because some cyclists are suffering from injuries due to the unsuitable size of the bicycle during the ride, but in fact, these sports injuries can be completely avoided, and we can get some solutions for this type of problem through the following article.

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  • How to improve the efficiency of pedaling on bicycles

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    A cyclist who wants to succeed must not only make his cycling posture very aerodynamic, but also improve his pedaling efficiency. In addition, pedaling symmetry is also something that cyclists need to pay attention to. In addition to affecting our cycling efficiency, pedaling symmetry may also affect our physical health.

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  • What should you do if your neck hurts too much when cycling and you can’t lift your head?

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    Neck pain is a more common problem in cycling than back pain. Especially when riding a road bike, the lower posture will keep the neck in an uncomfortable position. After a long time, it will naturally become sore. In severe cases, it may even cause the neck to become stiff and difficult to continue cycling.

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