Cycling / Biking Directory
Bicycling is a great form of exercise as well as a practical way to get around, but it also carries the risk of significant injury, especially head injury. Of course, an alternative to outdoor cycling is indoor cycling. Indoor cycling classes are growing in popularity due to the intense cardio workout it involves. With any cycling exercise, it is important to stay hydrated and safe. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about the benefits and risks of cycling, how to get started on a cycling workout program, and much more.
Bob's Story: Biking for Health-Bob's story
During his career,Bob couldn't find time for exercise. He worked hard and traveled a lot for his job. Fast-food meals were a way of life on the road,and he was overweight. At age 59,he had a heart attack. Then,5 years later,he had quadruple bypass surgery. A few years after the surgery,he found out he had diabetes. Now 20 years after his heart attack,Bob is a changed man. He rides ...
Indoor Cycling What It Is, How It Works, and More
Everything you need to know about an indoor cycling workout.
Biking: How to Make It a Workout
Biking can be a great cardio workout. It's also good for your leg muscles. Here's everything you need to know about biking for exercise.
Bicycle Safety Treatment
WebMD lays out the basics of bicycle safety.
The Joy of Biking Outdoors
Feel stuck in the cycling studio? Shift gears into the great outdoors.
High-Intensity Workouts: Burn Calories Better, Longer
Take your workout to the next level: High-intensity interval training burns mega-calories and delivers a long-lasting metabolic boost.
Indoor Cycling for Fitness and Weight Loss
Ready to try indoor cycling? Find out what to expect as you get started.
Fitness Basics: The Exercise Bike Is Back
When you're starting an exercise program, the key is finding something you enjoy and that's easy to do.