Cycling boosts heart rate and circulation. Cycling regularly lowers blood pressure, heart disease risk, and heart health.
Cycling helps lose weight. It boosts metabolism, reducing fat and improving body composition. Cycling and a healthy diet may help control weight.
Cycling works legs, buttocks, and core. It builds muscle, increasing strength and endurance. Uphill and resistance cycling also build muscle.
Cycling is low-impact and easier on your joints than jogging. It increases flexibility, joint mobility, and joint health.
Cycling improves mental and physical wellness. Cycling reduces stress, anxiety, and sadness. Endorphins released during exercise improve mood and cognition.
Cycling improves lung capacity and breathing. Cycling improves respiratory efficiency, oxygen uptake, and lung function.
Cycling involves balance and coordination, particularly on diverse terrains and obstacles. Riding improves balance and coordination.