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How To Lose Weight By Cycling | Healthy Weight Loss Tips On The Bike

How To Lose Weight By Cycling | Healthy Weight Loss Tips On The Bike

Cycling is a fantastic way to lose weight, and burn fat, but when it comes to weight-loss you should approach it with good nutritional practises and realistic goals. If you’re looking to shift a few pounds or simply approach optimal race weight, these tips will help you lose weight in a healthy and sustainable manner. Try to avoid fad diets and starving yourself of the required calories that exercise requires.

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  1. Calorie counting is the way forward. I have a Fitbit and as well as tracking the calories burnt, I can scan all my food and put in calories eaten. It makes you stop and think before having that extra biscuit.

  2. Most pros have an ectomorph body structure. Very skinny (compared to the norm) and have a difficult time putting on fat. (Si, Dan, Olie, Conner etc.) Food intake is the biggest factor (about 90%) in any weight loss. Exercise is the gravy (no pun intended). The idea that carbs are good or bad, that fat is good or bad, or that protein is good or bad is just wrong thinking. Food is more than just macros. Eliminating entire food groups long-term has an effect on the body. Remember all food has a duality. Too much is not good and too little is not good. Eat the best quality food when possible. Balance is the way to go long-term. Humans, over the long term, were designed to eat ad libitum, whatever, whenever, and feast and famine. A calorie from protein, carbs, and fat is equal by definition in terms of their energy content, but the body processes each in a distinct way. For example, 500 calories of wild salmon vs 500 calories of cake will react metabolically completely differently in the body and will vary depending on the individual, and these differences have real implications for weight management. Finally, my salary is not determined by my power-to-weight ratio.

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