It might help a little bit, but bike riding targets the legs more than the abdominals, so it would be good for burning fat, but is not as ideal for firming/strengthening. Pilates is a better route for strenghtening and firming the abs and torso, so a quicker, longer lasting effect would be achieved if both were done 2-3 times a week
a road bike
Riding a bike will help you burn calories, which can help you lose fat which can help flatten your stomach. Don't expect too much though.
Riding a bike is good for your cardio and will give you great legs. It may help you gain a flat stomach as well depending on how long you ride and how fast.
Riding in gravel will be heavier.
Yes it is. I do like riding my bike. I did like riding my bike
to go / to do bike riding is 'faire du vélo' in French.
It all depends on your skill level and how comfortable you are with riding your bike.
riding a bike can have an advantage over a plane because if you don't want to pay money than a bike is better and that riding a bike gives you cardio.
Was can be changed in many ways. .He was riding a bike. This is past tenseHe is riding a bike. This is present tenseIf you change was in a sentence then you change the tenses of the sentence. There are no other words you can substitute for was.These sentences do not have the same meaning as was.He has been riding a bike.He had been riding a bike.He will ride a bike.and more.
on a bike
The person who is riding the bike dies...if you hit him/her hard enough.
Riding a bike can make you stronger because it makes your calves strong
Il ciclismo is an Italian equivalent of the English word "bike-riding." The pronunciation of the masculine singular phrase -- which literally translates as "the bicycling," "the bike-riding," "the cycling" -- will be "eel tchee-KLEE-zmo" in Italian.
Stationary exercise is exercising when riding your bike. Some examples of stationary exercising are riding your bike through hills, forests, and other areas. You may find information on stationary exercise here,www.spinning.com/spinning-shop/spinner-bikes.asp.
Yes. While riding a bike can be for exercise or recreation, there is also a sport called cycling.
This bike can simulate going up and down hills or through thick terrain such as sand by increasing or decreasing the wheel resistance.
Not after riding a bike, but rather during riding a bike. Your muscles convert chemical energy (a form of potential energy) into mechanical energy to do work.
Bike riding is low-impact, so you can start riding faster than if you were to wait to be fit enough to run.
in french it is faire du vÃ©loBike ridding would be 'debarassement des velos'. If you meant bike riding, that is 'le cyclisme'.
Muscles are what makes your body move, whatever you do. So you need them for bike riding too.
the chemical energy stored in our muscles is used up when riding a bike.
You can. but only with difficulty. As a cruiser has a rather poor riding position and is usually quite heavy as well you're probably better off looking for a bike with better riding characteristics in the first place.
Riding a horse can be compared to riding a bike. if you do not have balance, you can throw the horse (or bike) off balance and/or slide off to one side.
is a bike mechanical