What are the Benefits of Indoor Cycling?

According to the U.S. Department of Health ".....regular physical activity substantially reduces the risk of coronary disease, stroke, colon cancer, diabetes and high blood pressure.....and helps to control weight, contributes to healthy bones, muscles and joints... reduces symptoms of anxiety and depression..." Need we go on? Cycling is also "low-impact" without the joint stress that you get from "ground-pounding" sports and activities. All good reasons to strap-in/clip-on and RYDE!

 

 

'I Can Hardly Remember a Time Without It' – RydeOn! App Review

Saline resident and RydeOn! family member Mike Burke says he can't remember exactly when he first downloaded and started using our new smart phone app on his iPhone 4, but he does know that the app has been a big help to him in making sure he's ready to Ryde.

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You Can't Afford a Sedentary Lifestyle!: Exercise Saves Both Health and Money

-Dawn Wolfe

We've all heard how important it is to exercise. We hear about it on television, radio, and we get the message on roadside billboards.

Thanks to those messages, most of us know that regular exercise can help us avoid getting heart disease, diabetes, and several other conditions. But are you aware just how money you can save by exercising regularly?

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Three Hundred Miles to Grant Their Wishes

-Dawn Wolfe

MAW 1… I wish I may, I wish I might,
    please grant me this wish I wish tonight...

The Make-A-Wish Foundation is one of those organizations that everyone loves – a charity dedicated to making dreams come true for children who are living with life-threatening illnesses.

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Knowing – and Knowing When to Push – Your Limits

-Heather

heatherObviously, everyone has different limits that affect our ability to exercise. Some exercisers have chronic physical conditions, for example, while others are still dealing with the fallout from previous injuries. Still other people are facing limits imposed by several years, if not decades, of living a sedentary lifestyle.

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Fifty-seven and still going for it Doug Gross says indoor cycling is helping his tennis game, overall health

-Dawn Wolfe

blog DougAt an age when many people feel like it's time to start slowing down, Ann Arbor-area resident and RydeOn! client Doug Gross is using indoor cycling to improve his life on and off the tennis court.

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