Cycling increases your level of fitness. It is one of the best ways to do this and is fun whilst satisfying at the same time. A lot of us grew up riding bicycles as a way of getting to school, work, shops, playing. It is great activity for children, as it allows them to get exercise and discover their suburb and surroundings with family and friends. The benefits being that they are creating a good habit for life and exercising at the same time.
As we grow older our lives seem to have become too busy with us forgetting about the benefits of spending time outdoors as we did when we were younger. Today’s advances in technology see us sitting glued to the screen of a computer creating daily emails or paying bills plus playing games that only exercise our fingers. This lack of physical daily exercise and free time outdoors changes our lifestyle to a level that we now lack basic fitness levels. This creates other health problems in our adult life such as eating a poor diet which leads to other disorders like obesity, heart disease, stress and mental health issues. We need to improve our fitness level to keep on top of these issues.
Cycling on a daily basis will help minimize all of these heath issues whilst lengthening your lifespan at the same time. The physical benefits of cycling and the improvement to your health far out way the reasons for not doing so on a daily basis and should be looked at seriously to maintain a healthy life. This can be achieved with only 20 – 30 minutes of riding daily.
Cycling is one of the ways to regain our basic fitness level and maintain a healthier lifestyle. Those of us that are not able to run or walk long distances due to age or joint pains will find cycling to be their savior. Nowadays there are numerous models of bikes to suit just about anyone with a huge range of comfortable seats to choose from also. This outdoor activity will increase your physical health and your mental health which in turn releases most stresses of everyday life.
Andrew Lanigan writes on Cycling issues. You can learn more by visiting my blog, Cycling Health Benefits http://cycling-australia.blogspot.com