• Does cycling really hurt your knees?

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    Does cycling really hurt my knees? Here is a specific scientific answer for everyone~
    In fact, in daily life, we use the knee joint every step we take. Every sport we engage in may cause varying degrees of injury to the knee. Cycling, as a very green and healthy sport, exerts far less pressure on the knees than other exercises such as walking and climbing stairs in daily life.

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  • 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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  • Riding a bicycle is better than walking, preventing various diseases

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    Cycling is not only easy and enjoyable but also enjoys the beautiful scenery. It is even one of the most recommended exercises for middle-aged and elderly people by orthopedic doctors.

    Japanese professional doctors even believe that in addition to feet, cycling can also use many muscles such as the back, buttocks, hands, etc., which can improve heart and lung function, help blood vessels to restore youth, and may also prevent and improve arteriosclerosis, diabetes, and high blood pressure. , And fall prevention.

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  • What to pay attention to when riding a bicycle in spring

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    Due to the COVID-19, many friends are trapped at home or in some other places and lack exercise. Spring is a good season for cycling and fitness. Let's ride bikes together for health. Before we travel, it is necessary to understand some precautions for outdoor cycling in spring, which will help cyclists to protect themselves.

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  • 6 benefits of cycling for girls

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    Now cycling has gradually become a healthy lifestyle. Not only men love cycling, but more and more female friends are doing the same. Now let’s talk about the benefits of female cycling!

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  • Cycling on an empty stomach is not a small hazard

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    Some cyclists deliberately choose to ride bike on an empty stomach, thinking that they can lose weight. As a result, they feel dizzy and lose energy.

    When exercising on an empty stomach, blood sugar in the human body will decrease, causing headaches, weakness of the limbs and even fainting. At the same time, it will also produce hunger, abdominal pain, inhibit the secretion of digestive juice, reduce digestive function, etc., so fasting exercise is not advisable.
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  • How to ride a bicycle to keep fit and avoid sports injuries

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    Free cycling method: unlimited time and intensity. The main purpose is to relax muscles and deepen breathing, so as to relieve physical and mental fatigue caused by life and work pressure.

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  • The subtle relationship between bicycle and heart

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    More than half of the people in the world die of heart disease. The exercise of leg muscles when riding a bicycle can help lower limb venous blood return, increase the pressure difference between the entrance and exit of the capillary network, promote blood return, and promote blood return. In fact, it also strengthens the microvascular tissue, which is called "collateral circulation." Strengthening the blood vessels can keep you from the threat of age and stay young forever.

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  • Can exercise really prevent cancer?

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    In recent years, many young talents have died of cancer. Cancer has become the number one killer that seriously threatens the health of people all over the world. Many people are chanting campaigns to prevent cancer, but is there really an inevitable connection? Can exercise really prevent cancer?

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  • Let's ride a bike to fight the epidemic

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    The fairy tale kingdom Denmark not only has more than 7,000 kilometers of beautiful coastline, dense forests, and open grasslands, but also has 11,000 kilometers of bicycle lanes. In Denmark, the right of way for bicycles exceeds that of cars. In places with narrow roads, cars cannot be urged by honking because the bicycle is slow. Here, the bicycle is not only a means of transportation, but also a sport that people love very much. As the epidemic hits, bicycles are more popular as a means of transportation and sports because they can maintain social distance.

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  • How to protect your eyes while cycling!

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    The eyes, as the window of the human soul, are a channel for us to contact and receive the information that this world brings us. "Your eyes can speak" is true, eyes can let us see through a person. As a family of travel friends, many friends usually like to ride out on their own bicycles, and their eyes will inevitably be exposed to the outdoors for a long time and suffer various unexpected injuries. In the process of traveling, you should take care of your eyes and protect your eyes as much as possible.
    Numerous unfavorable factors, such as ultraviolet rays, wind and sand, and sweat, can cause damage to the eyes to a certain extent. Many riders tend to ignore the protection of the eyes. Over time, the eyes may feel uncomfortable, and even some habitual bad movements during cycling may cause diseases. I have suffered from severe conjunctivitis!

    It is very important to protect your eyes during cycling! Today, let’s talk about how to protect your eyes while cycling.

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  • How to breathe healthier when cycling in winter

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    Winter exercises can improve the body's ability to adapt to cold conditions. The body is strong and the chance of getting sick is much less than that of ordinary people. But for some people with a softer respiratory tract, the dry and cold air outdoors in winter often makes their outdoor exercise plans sour.

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  • Persist in cycling for 30 minutes every day which is good for heart repair!

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    A research team from the Leipzig University in Germany found through a small-scale experiment that even patients with a history of severe heart failure, after riding a bicycle for 30 minutes a day for 4 months, new stem cells are born in the bones and the number of capillaries in the muscles is also Increased. These all help the heart to repair itself.

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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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  • Can you deal with the common injuries and illnesses of outdoor cycling?

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    In outdoor sports, injury is the most common thing, and cycling is no exception. However, do you know something about how to deal with wounds? It doesn't matter if you don't know this knowledge, let's take a posture together to see what are the methods for outdoor cycling injuries.

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