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01-14-2021, 04:02 AM
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(01-14-2021 03:53 AM)karasu Wrote:  hi Pilgrim Big Grin


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01-14-2021, 07:52 AM
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01-14-2021, 07:59 AM
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01-14-2021, 12:04 PM
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Use it or lose it sister!!
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01-14-2021, 03:09 PM
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^Yep!
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01-14-2021, 03:11 PM
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Why Cycling Isn’t Good for Your Bones

There is a lot of research on bone health and a fair amount on bone health for cyclists2. Here are several reasons cyclists have lower than normal bone densities.

1. CYCLING IS NON-WEIGHT BEARING
The primary reason for cyclists having low bone density is that it is a non-weight bearing activity. High level cycling in particular has been shown to have negative effects on bone strength because of the amount of time cyclists spend training and riding. You are spending a lot of time seated, with no compression forces on your spine and pelvis. Even though it may feel like you are pedaling hard at times, the forces you are putting into the pedals are not distributed in a way that puts significant strain on your bones, which is needed for bone growth.

What the Research Shows
If you are a road cyclist, especially if you train hard or have been training for multiple years, you are more likely to develop osteopenia or osteoporosis. This puts you at a higher risk for fractures; a risk that continues to go up with age and training. More masters were classified as osteoporotic compared to age-matched, non-athletes, -----


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01-14-2021, 03:37 PM
Post: #22
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You both have a point.

EY is right, jumping rope is hard on your knees. Boxers do it more for timing, footwork and fast twitch muscle training.

Karasu is also right. Cycling sucks as a form of fitness, second only to running.

A combination of hiking and swimming is best.
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01-14-2021, 03:38 PM
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01-14-2021, 03:55 PM
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(01-14-2021 03:37 PM)jho Wrote:  You both have a point.

EY is right, jumping rope is hard on your knees. Boxers do it more for timing, footwork and fast twitch muscle training.

Karasu is also right. Cycling sucks as a form of fitness, second only to running.

A combination of hiking and swimming is best.



skipping rope conditions boxers for the activity of boxing where a boxer will need bouncy legs for up to 12 rounds of chasing/retreating and eluding an opponents tiresome offensive and defensive maneuvers. Along with the legs it conditions the arms and shoulders for endurance of punching and the rest of the body for muscular endurance along with those things jho has mentioned.

I also agree that hiking/swimming is an excellent method for physical training.

and I also imagine that most any activity can have negative impact when trained in excess, such as at the professional level, but some moderate jogging and a bit of rope skipping each week would probably be good for maintaining bone health and youthful mobility.

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01-14-2021, 03:59 PM
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(01-13-2021 05:05 PM)karasu Wrote:  [Image: 220px-Sugar_Ray_Robinson_with_wife_1956.jpg]
Doesn't look smart at all. Looks like a retard. Literally, he looks retarded.

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01-14-2021, 04:05 PM
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I also think cycling to be a fun activity as enjoyed spinning around the neighborhood or as means of urban transport to the food-market, cafe, and so on....

hiking, swimming, strolling, jogging, cycling, riding a scooter or skate-board, getting OUTSIDE and doing all those things young people do that makes life fun and keeps them vigorous and mobile while training the body in balance, endurance, and mobility.....and getting OUTSIDE is good for the spirit Big Grin
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01-14-2021, 04:07 PM
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(01-14-2021 03:59 PM)Billygoat Wrote:  
(01-13-2021 05:05 PM)karasu Wrote:  [Image: 220px-Sugar_Ray_Robinson_with_wife_1956.jpg]
Doesn't look smart at all. Looks like a retard. Literally, he looks retarded.



well that's a very negative attitude....you probably need to GET OUTSIDE Tongue


I found that he looks rather happy....dreamy.....content
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01-14-2021, 04:09 PM
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(01-14-2021 04:07 PM)karasu Wrote:  
(01-14-2021 03:59 PM)Billygoat Wrote:  
(01-13-2021 05:05 PM)karasu Wrote:  [Image: 220px-Sugar_Ray_Robinson_with_wife_1956.jpg]
Doesn't look smart at all. Looks like a retard. Literally, he looks retarded.



well that's a very negative attitude....you probably need to GET OUTSIDE


I found that he looks rather happy....dreamy.....content
Yeah, just like a retard.

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01-14-2021, 04:13 PM
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here are some more photos of that magnificent maestro!

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01-14-2021, 04:37 PM
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what's the point when you put a shirt on and you don't look like you workout at all?


that defeats the purpose.


this is why Asian men dont work out.
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