Give Your Fitness Routine an Exciting Change
During the pandemic, when so many of us are very restricted in our movements, it is even more important that people of all ages and abilities are as active as possible.
According to the WHO, adults over the age of 18 should get a total of at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity throughout the week or at least 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity physical activity throughout the week. week long. Cycling regularly is another alternative to your regular exercise and also saves you many health risks.
Cycling for health and fitness
* It causes less stress and exhaustion than your other forms of training
* Cycling uses all your major muscle groups
* Cycling also increases your endurance, strength and is very time efficient
* Likewise, biking is a fun way to get in shape. Compared to other physical activities that confine you indoors, e-bikes like those from EMotorad (EM) may be the fitness partner you’ve been missing out on and may be the change in your fitness mantra. âI was never interested in cycling, but when it got me excited. I now use the e-bike three or four times a week to go to the gym. When going to the gym I use the accelerator. I visit the gym, complete my training and then when I get home, I pedal manually to be able to do my cardio â, explains Chirag Barjatya, nutrition coach.
You can also mix the two workouts to get the best of both worlds. With a standard cycle, it becomes very difficult. Sometimes you feel skeptical when traveling long distances as it can be a little intimidating. âThe most attractive thing about e-bikes is that you can’t get stuck just anywhere. You can ride any distance, up to 40-50 kilometers, and then if you feel tired you can always go home, âadded Chirag.
âThere’s no better way to get in shape or stay in shape than by riding a bike, and an electric bike offers even more flexibility for riders. We want the joys of cycling to be enjoyed by everyone. Electric cyclists can not only travel longer. and beyond, but it also opens the door to a wider range of people, including the elderly, those with disabilities or physical barriers. Warm up and slow down your way back after a tiring workout. You can slow down without sweating to work and pedal after work to stay in shape. You can avoid traffic, avoid traffic jams on public transport and much more, âsays Aditya Oza, co-founder and CMO, EMorad.