The value of one hour of bike riding …

I thought there were some interesting observations in this. I would just like to add that personally, I have found my regular bike riding to be like a moving meditation. Consciously I enjoy the sensation of flying across the pavement, but unconsciously, a whole other thing takes place. I can’t explain it, but often I can create a blog post in my head and when I get home just write it like someone else is dictating it.

I will be 79 next month, but I feel better than I did when I was back in the work force 20 years ago. Biking has a lot to do with that. Think about giving it a chance. You probably enjoyed it as a kid.

One of the things I have learned writing this blog is that a sedentary lifestyle can be as bad as smoking for your health. Get moving ….

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Best wishes for the holidays!

Tony

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Filed under biking, cardio exercise, Exercise, exercise benefits, regular bike riding, safe biking

13 responses to “The value of one hour of bike riding …

  1. Sour Girl

    I’m not even half your age and you’re probably fitter than I am 🙂

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    • That may be so, but the good thing about these organic machines that are our bodies is that you can change that. To be honest, I am more fit and healthy now than I was 20 years ago when I was working – and 20 years younger.

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  2. That’s a great little info-graphic… ut illustrates exactly why I love cycling so much. Thanks for putting a smile on my face this morning.

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  3. garrystafford

    Yesss! Moving meditation…

    On Sat, Dec 22, 2018, 1:02 AM One Regular Guy Writing about Food, Exercise and Living Past 100 Tony posted: “I thought there were some interesting observations in this. > I would just like to add that personally, I have found my regular bike > riding to be like a moving meditation. Consciously I enjoy the sensation of > flying across the pavement, but unconsciously, a” >

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