Then biking may be the answer for you. Biking offers a stable seat, and with a few quick spins of your legs you can be home in no time should one of the above symptoms begin. Most importantly, if you purchase a cruiser with gears, you can adjust those gears, depending on the terrain, so that your inner core muscles won't become too taxed during your ride. Nothing breeds failure more than having to exert your body too much on a ride that is supposed to promote peace.
There is something that envelopes you when you begin your first trek. It may be the freedom from usual duties, the delightful scenery you never noticed on foot, or the simple wind that lifts your hair as you cruise. Nonetheless, endorphins are produced and pain goes to the wasteland. You will soon note that stiffness begins to wane, letting the right kind of fatigue take over. The fatigue that promotes rest and well-being instead of wracked nerves as you push through your day. It will clear your mind due to the sheer fact nothing is asked of you here on this road. You'll begin to have pleasurable feelings since exercise promotes that.
Most readers balk biking saying it takes too much energy. I retort asking what type of bike they have and how long do they ride? The idea is not to get on and pound those pedals to lose unwanted pounds that are piling up due to inactivity. The idea is to get on and enjoy the ride; the rest will fall into place. Some mentioned disdain of their single speed cruisers saying it becomes too difficult maneuvering up hill or on unleveled roads. My reply is to sell your original and put the money towards a 3-speed cruiser instead. There is a remarkable improvement in overall satisfaction if you can switch gears!
Begin by biking a short distance. Remember, the length is not important here, peace and enjoyment come first. Go to the end of your road for a few days and bike right back. When you feel light-hearted and energized after several spins, take a right and go just a few streets down and turn back. Keep doing this, adding to your route, as you feel stronger and more able. Don't forget a basket as you begin longer travel for water and a snack. You'll want to stop off and enjoy a treat when viewing those beautiful scenes of nature.
The benefits from this simple feat are amazing. Adult cycling can be life changing for those who are unable to walk long distances or put pressure on their knees. Also, you can keep account of calories burned through Calories Burned Biking. Just add your weight, speed, and bike route time and you can see how much of those fat calories burned. Another interesting chart to print off is Stanford's Calories Burned Per Minute Biking which gives weight fluctuations.
Just get on a go! And ENJOY!