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Folding exercise bike is very beneficial for weight loss

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For those who don't have time to go to the gym or engage in outdoor activities, an exercise bike is a great way to burn calories and stay in shape. A folding exercise bike is your best piece of equipment for losing fat at home. When people think of fitness equipment, they usually first think of those large fitness treadmills worth thousands or tens of thousands. It takes up a lot of space and is not easy to store. The RELIFE 3 in 1 Exercise Bike, an upper body resistance band, combines aerobic exercise, upper body exercise, and other portable, affordable, and effective exercises. It can completely replace a large treadmill.

Is a folding exercise bike useful?

A folding exercise bike is a kind of exercise that combines aerobic and anaerobic exercise. It can not only consume calories but also break down fat to provide energy for muscle activity. Compared with running, riding an exercise bike can strengthen the muscles of the buttocks. Fully participate in the exercise process, so the effect of hip fat reduction and shaping is ideal.

Many people think that riding a folding exercise bike mainly relies on leg power. This understanding is relatively one-sided. Since the main purpose of riding a folding exercise bike is to exercise the lower body, the muscles of the waist, hip, and thighs must be exerted at the same time during the entire exercise, to achieve the effect of shaping the buttocks.

Key points of action while riding a folding exercise bike
1. The upper body should remain stable
When pedaling on a folding exercise bike, the upper body should be stable with the core muscles as the main axis and the thighs and hips as the center of gravity. 

2. Keep your hands and back naturally curved
When riding a folding exercise bike, your back should naturally bend forward and not stand upright. If you continue to maintain poor posture, it may cause low back pain in the long run.

At the same time, the arms should also show a naturally bent posture when riding. If your hands or shoulders are stiff when riding, it may cause pain due to improper force exertion in the wrists and elbows and also affect the forward bending angle of the lower back.

Folding exercise bike is very beneficial for weight loss

Folding exercise bike also achieves the purpose of losing fat while consuming energy after fully activating the body's exercise cells. The folding exercise bike is one of the most active equipment in the gym. It requires very high physical fitness. Usually, a class can consume about 500 calories. It also discharges a lot of sweat. The body loses water quickly, so it is necessary to replenish water in time.

If you wear a heart rate monitor when exercising, you will see that during the exercise, the muscles of the buttocks, waist, back, and arms can be fully exercised during the leg-centered exercise. It can also enhance your cardiopulmonary function.

Benefits of folding exercise bike

1. Prevent and treat pain in the lumbar spine and other areas
Walking backward can reduce or prevent pain in the lumbar spine, shoulder area, cervical spine, etc. If you move the lumbar spine that is used to exercising in the opposite direction, you can get a good relaxation base and reduce the burden on the lumbar spine. If you insist on walking backward every day, your lumbar, cervical, shoulder and other problems will improve, and your physical condition will get better and better.

2. Good for the neck, shoulders and spine
People who often sit in front of computers will more or less have some cervical spine and shoulder problems. The correct running posture requires a straight and relaxed back. Long-term persistence will greatly improve the discomfort of the cervical spine and shoulders.

3. Good for the heart
Keep running for a long time will give you a strong heart and cardiovascular system. While increasing the maximum oxygen uptake, the amount of oxygen delivered to various organs of the body is greatly increased, and the working quality of each organ is naturally greatly improved.

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    • PPL 1 jour sur 2. Bonjour à tous. Avant tout je me présente un peu pour poser le contexte. J'ai 50 ans, j'ai commencé la musculation il y a deux mois. Je viens de commencer un programme PPL et je fais une séance un jour sur 2. Les jours de repos je fais une marche rapide de 60/75 minutes et des abdos. Le souci que je rencontre c'est que les séances sont trop longues. 15/20 minutes d'échauffement, 3 séries par exercice auquel il faut rajouter 2 séries d'échauffement, les temps de repos entre les séries et les exercices. Bref ça fait une séance qui dure au moins 2 heures. Donc plusieurs problèmes se posent, je suis fatigué en fin de séance donc les derniers exercices sont compliqués à réaliser et le lendemain je suis fatigué. De plus comme ma séance commence le plus souvent à 18h30 ça me fait dîner tard. J'envisage plusieurs solutions pour pallier ce problème de séances trop longues. Selon vous quel serait la meilleure solution et pourquoi ? A. Garder le même rythme de séances et enlever des exercices pour que la séance soit moins longue. Mais certains muscles seraient donc moins sollicités. B. Garder le même rythme de séances et diviser en 2 les exercices que je fais actuellement et donc au lieu de faire à chaque Ppl les mêmes exercices, je ferai 2 Ppl différents. C. Faire comme en B des exercices différents à chaque Ppl, mais sur un rythme 3 jours de séances suivis d'un jour de repos. D. Toujours comme en B mais sur un rythme PUSH-PULL REPOS LEGS REPOS. E. Toujours comme en B mais sur un rythme PUSH-LEGS REPOS PULL REPOS. F. Une autre solution que vous jugerez plus adaptée. Voilà mon post est un peu long mais c'est intéressant de partager nos expériences et nos avis. D'avance merci pour vos avis sur la question.
    • D'accord, je prends ton conseil en compte ! Merci à toi, je vais tester de me remettre à 2700 calories et puis voir ce qui se passe 😊
    • Salut niimtz !   Si ton médecin te déconseille de prendre de la créatine, je te conseille vivement de l'écouter ! La relation entre la créatine et les reins est complexe.   Dernièrement, j'ai regardé une vidéo qui traitre du sujet, voici le lien : https://youtu.be/ocg4ldzW170 Peut-être que ça pourra t'aider à y voir plus clair 😉
    • N'hésite pas à consommer ta créatine tous les jours, c'est un complément à prendre au quotidien et sur le long terme ! 😁
    • Hello Snorky ! Pour faire simple, la créatine permet d'améliorer la prise de masse musculaire, la force et la récupération. Ce n'est pas un produit dopant, rien de magique ! 😅   En sèche, le principal avantage de la créatine est qu'elle limite la fonte musculaire. Je te conseille donc vivement d'en prendre, aussi bien en PDM qu'en sèche d'ailleurs !
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