Cycling Can Improve Your Back

Cycling Can Improve Your Back

Ever wondered why cyclists don’t seem to complain about back pain? You’d think after all that time leaning over to handle bars would create some kind of pain, right? Wrong! In fact, if you have a bad back or a spinal disease, then cycling could really help you.
You may not be aware that when you are cycling, your posture is optimum. On top of that, the cycling movement of the legs is able to stimulate the muscles in the lower part of your back. This is the part of the back where slipped discs often occur – so by stimulating and using your muscles you are significantly reducing the chance of doing this.
You can strengthen your spine and protect yourself against external strain of the back.
Cycling stimulates the small muscles of your vertebrae which are generally difficult to use, making it the best exercise for the back and spine.

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