How to Make Your Cycling Workout COUNT
If your indoor-cycling addiction is getting too time-consuming—and pricey!—or there isn't a killer cycling class in your town, don't despair. SoulCycle instructor Stacey Griffith explains how to make a solo ride just as awesome.
Stand next to your bike and place your hand at the top of your hip bone. The height of your saddle (the seat) should match the height of your hip bone.
Get on the bike and press your right foot down on the pedal—that knee should be bent about 25 to 35 degrees. If your hips are rocking side to side as you pedal, it means the saddle is too high.
Place your elbow at the front of your saddle and point your forearm toward the handlebars. The proper distance between the two is your elbow to fingertip.
Raise the handlebars to either the same height as the saddle or just slightly higher. If you are experiencing lower back pain, raise the handlebars a bit higher to alleviate any discomfort.
Video: 20 Minute Fat Burning Indoor Cycling Workout – Burn Fat Fast
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