Pedaling In The Holidays: Learn The Benefits Of Cycling

Physical Education Teacher Assesses Advantages Of Activity To The Muscles Of The Human Body. Professional Indicates Pre-Exercise Medical Examination

Cycling is a simple, easy, fun and recommended exercise for all ages. But what if, in addition to all this, this activity could work on various parts of the human body in a simple 20-minute ride? And can. According to physical education teacher Sérgio Sardinha, cycling practice can bring several benefits to the cyclist and work the muscles of the legs and arms and shoulders at the same time. It is a great option for those who want to leave the sedentary lifestyle and start pedaling holidays.

The main benefits of physical activity are for the muscles of the lower body. With flasks for cycling, cycling works eight different muscles of both legs (see chart below) during a simple pedaling. The most demanding-and those that will also be more defined by exercise-are the rectus femoris, vastus lateralis, vastus medialis and vastus medialis that constitute the human quadriceps, in addition to the femoral biceps in the thigh. In order to see the results, however, it is necessary to make cycling practice constant and regular.

– If the person does this exercise sporadically, that is, only one time or another, the results will not be satisfactory. Now if the practice is done on a regular basis, pedaling will bring several benefits such as muscle tone and hypertrophy of the mass of the human body, as well as improving blood circulation and heart work. But all this requires frequency in the activity-explains Sérgio Sardinha, physical educator and physiologist.

On a smaller scale, the arms and shoulders are also worked when riding a bicycle. The upper body is the one that gives support to the rider during steeper descents and that stabilizes the vehicle during stronger pedals. Even the abdomen muscles are required while practicing on the bike. According to Sérgio Sardinha, this exercise can define several parts of the body without the person realizing it.

During the pedaling, sometimes we do not even notice, but we are working arms, shoulders and the called muscles of the core, that are abdominal region of the body.These parts are important to sustain. When you need to balance on the bike, doing a little more strength, for example, the muscles of the abdomen are being demanded. The arms help stabilize your direction on the bike.

First Steps

Even with all these benefits, cyclists need to take some care before they start pedaling. To achieve the expected results, medical follow-up is recommended so there is no complication during the activity. Other important tips are constant hydration, before, during and after exercise-to avoid cramps and improve the performance of the new athlete-and to practice other complementary exercises such as bodybuilding to work the upper arms, shoulders and back .

Professor Sérgio Sardinha also stresses the importance of stretching before and after cycling, especially in the lower body. He states that this simple practice prepares the body for activity and can prevent injuries or bruises during exercise.

Stretching is key. It will prepare the muscles for the activity and then contribute to the relaxation of the body, so that the cyclist does not have any pain and can return to exercise the next day. A very recommended stretch is to pull both legs flexed backwards at the back, working the quadriceps and calf which are very required parts during the pedaling.

Pedaling On Vacation

To encourage the practice of cycling, the Tapajós Communication System promotes the “Pedaling in the Holidays”, cycling tour through the streets of Santarém that will happen next Sunday (27), from 17h. The event is in its third edition and aims to combat sedentarism.

Registration is open until the 25th and can be done at the Tapajós TV headquarters, located at Avenida Ismael Araújo, near Turiano Meira, during business hours. The participation fee is $ 10 and the rider is entitled to the event kit, with a personalized shirt and a coupon for the prize draw.

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