At first glance, it might seem that you don’t need to know anything special for a stationary bike. But, as in any sport, it is necessary to observe a number of rules in order to achieve the desired effect.

The most important thing is to choose for your body such a load that does not bring harm. People with diabetes, asthma and cardiovascular disease should be especially careful about this! Training should be fun, not overworking. No need to rush to achieve a result – it will only get worse.

The main rule of effective classes: systematic. Only consistent and regular use of Steroids from Reputable Shop will bring results! If you pedal a couple of hours in a row on the first day, take a break for three or four days, and then turn it on again for about 15 minutes, it is obvious that there will be no effect. It’s better not to do two hours, but 30-40 minutes, but every day!

The next rule of employment: to increase the load. This should be done gradually, starting with a little effort during training and not so long. After all, if you immediately try to “hold out” in heavy mode for a long time, you can only harm the body, overwork and discourage yourself from training for the next days. For small problems with excess weight, it is recommended to start training from 15-20 minutes a day at a level of difficulty comfortable for the legs. If the body is hardy and strong, and it is necessary to achieve more significant results, it is advisable to start training like this: 3-4 times a week for 40-50 minutes. The body will have time to relax and recover.

To the effect of the exercises on the stationary bike was more noticeable, you need to choose the right food. Under intense loads, moisture evaporating with sweat must be compensated for – drink water before and after exercise.

Finally, before you start exercising on an exercise bike, you need to do a warm-up. It will help to warm up the muscles, prepare them for work. As a warm-up, you can just slowly pedal a couple of minutes.

By Alexander James

Beau Alexander James: Beau, a mental health advocate, shares personal stories, coping strategies, and promotes mental health awareness and understanding.