Cycling is a terrific exercise for British Columbians of all ages. Cycling builds toned muscles, reduces joint pain and stiffness, increases stamina, alleviates stress and is a great weight management tool. It’s important to remember that cycling should be about enjoyment not pain. Unfortunately, some cyclists experience pain in the neck, back, saddle region, wrists, hands, knees and feet. If you feel pain during or after riding, a physiotherapist can help.
Cycling Tips to prevent injury, alleviate pain and keep you moving for life.
For more detailed tips read Linda Maedel's previous blog about Cycling Injury Prevention.