well riding a bike everyday makes your legs and calves more muscular. err like.. your moving your legs a lot and it gains muscle and if you do it too much the muscle will be bigger and more heavier. but if you do a small routine everyday and ride your bike not too much it could help it slimmer but just stop when your legs are tired.
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a bike ride exercises your quadraceps and so yes it will build up muscle on your thighs, making them bigger
Yes, riding a bike can get rid of celluite on your thighs and butt. Pilates, lunges, and running also help get rid of it.
Riding a stationary bike can make your thighs and hips either bigger or smaller. It can make them smaller if you lose weight. It can make them bigger if you exercise strenuously.
Doing various types of squats, walking, and riding a bike
Yes, you can for sure ride it everyday and not have to worry about your posture. Riding a bike is good exercise.
If you're racing the bike will be a little lighter and more aerodynamic. If your riding involves a lot of falls and crashes, a bike w/o brakes will have a few parts less to break If you think the looks are real important a brakeless bike can look sleeker. But for everyday riding, and riding in traffic, brakes are not only sensible, they're also required.
Riding a bike is a great way:) Putting the fork down is another.
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.
Yes. While riding a bike can be for exercise or recreation, there is also a sport called cycling.
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.
swimming raises your heart rate with will burn fat everywhere in your body, not just your thighs, bike riding and swimming would help lose fat
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.