A spinning workout is an excellent way to burn some calories and relieve stress. The workout employs a stationary bike, which has various tension levels. The bike will also track your progress so that you are motivated to continue and accomplish your fitness goals. There are numerous benefits to a spinning workout. Source: http://www.fitday.com/
Low Impact Exercise: Cycling gets your legs moving and your heart pumping without pounding your joints. As you keep your legs pumping on your bike, it ends up being a smoother, lower risk form of cardio you’ll appreciate, especially if you’re recovering from an injury. It’s much easier on your legs, ankles, knees and feet than running.
Low Injury Risk: Many free forms of exercise such as running and step aerobic have high-risk injury leaving you susceptible to joint injuries, over stretching, sprains and muscle tears. Spinning helps prevent these types of injuries because you would guide your movement and it is also a low impact exercise and it guides your movement to take pressures off your joints.
Reduces stress: Most scientific research has generally supported the idea that exercise helps to ease stress. Bike commuters have reported lower stress levels than their counterparts using cars and mass transit, as found in a New Economics Foundation study
Weight Loss: One of the best things about cycling/spinning is that you’ll blast through calories. One hour of spinning could burn up to 700 calories. Attending spin class weekly could help you burn up to 1 pound of fat a month.
Increases cardiovascular fitness: Cycling is a good way to make the heart pound in a steady manner which helps to improve cardiovascular fitness by up to 3-7% as shown in a study. Cycling uses the largest muscle groups the legs, raising the heart rate to benefit stamina and fitness.
Aids in Heart Disease Prevention: A British Medical Association study found that cycling at least 20 miles a week can cut your risk of developing coronary heart disease by up to 50%.
Builds strength and muscle tone: Most people would think that cycling will only involve the legs but that is not entirely true. Cycling build strength since every single part of the body is involved in cycling.
Boosts the immune system: Cycling can strengthen your immune system and could protect against certain types of cancer. Researchers found that taking part in exercise can boost the number of immune system cells circulating in the body, and while the effect is only temporary, taking part in exercise regularly means that the body becomes more vigilant of viruses and bacteria that can cause conditions such as the common cold.
Increases Longevity: Cycling is one of the best ways to increase your lifespan. Cycling improves the blood circulation in the body while the heart and lungs get stronger in the process. This exercise is also good for the elderly as it is a type of low impact sports and will help them to reduce the injury risk.
Builds stamina: While cycling regularly you’re constantly pumping blood through the whole body which improves the stamina of your hearts and lungs. Many people who cycle loves cycling so they may not notice that they went further than the last time they went cycling.
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