Does cycling burn belly fat

Does cycling burn belly fat? Causes and how to lose belly fat from biking

Cycling can effectively burn belly fat as a cardio-intensive exercise. There are two main types of belly fat: visceral and subcutaneous fat. Visceral fat is deeper abdominal obesity surrounding vital organs and poses greater health risks, while subcutaneous fat lies just under the skin, often referred to as FUPA(Fat Upper Pelvic Area) or tummy fat. […]

Cycling training plan

Cycling training Plan: Training zone, plans for all level cyclists and how to use

Cycling training plan varies based on the cyclist’s fitness level, training zones, cycling training purpose, combination of cycling workouts and indoor or outdoor training for cycling. The plan is a structured and comprehensive program that spans over a longer period, like weeks or months, designed to help cyclists achieve a specific goal, such as preparing […]

FTP cycling

FTP cycling: What is it, how to calculate, how to test and how to use for training

Functional Threshold Power (FTP) in cycling refers to the highest average power in watts a cyclist can sustain for an hour, serving as a proxy for the anaerobic threshold, where lactate concentration exceeds 4mmol/L of blood. The FTP concept was defined by Dr. Andrew Coggan from IU School of Health & Human Science in 2006, […]


Carbohydrates: definition, function, daily intake, sources, benefits and risks

Carbohydrates, or carbs, are organic biomolecules composed of carbon (C), hydrogen (H) and oxygen (O) atoms, and serve as a primary energy source for living organisms. In biological terms, carbohydrates can be classified into simple carbohydrates (monosaccharides and disaccharides) like sugar and complex carbohydrates (polysaccharides) like starch and fiber. Once consumed, the body breaks down […]