New eBook Demystifies the Impact of Cycling on Weight Loss
Individuals frustrated with their fruitless weight loss efforts can now explore cycling as a viable option following the launch of the new eBook, Bike to Lose Weight.
Individuals frustrated with their fruitless weight loss efforts can now explore cycling as a viable option following the launch of the new eBook, “Bike to Lose Weight.”
Despite the many diet and exercise plans, many people still struggle to lose weight. And if they do, some have a hard time keeping it off. But statistics indicate that cycling suppresses the appetite for a few hours following an activity and muscles continue to burn fat up to 24 hours after one stops cycling.
Written by retired pharmacist and avid Cyclist, Bruce Fleming, “Bike to Lose Weight” shows why biking may be a good option for these individuals and how they can maintain the new weight through this activity. Apart from learning how cycling can contribute to weight loss, the eBook also valuable information on cycling and gear, helpful weight loss tips, information about foods to eat to lose weight and a six week cycling program.
At one point in his life, Bruce was slightly overweight. He took up biking seriously seven years ago and has, since then, lost more than 20 kilos through biking alone. When asked what inspired him to write the book he said: “I saw the changes it made to me and others who started cycling. I worked as a pharmacist for 30 years and observed the gradual decline in health that occurs with age. I saw cycling as a pastime that could help reverse the decline in health that people generally accept as we age. Obesity is rampant in developed countries I see cycling as a cheap way to lose weight and restore good health.”
“Bike to Lose Weight” is an engaging read - providing loads of information and motivation for those who want to lose weight while doing a very fun activity, as well as those who cannot handle the stress of high impact exercises such as jogging. The book is available on Amazon, Smashwords and most major eBook sites. For further information, please visit: http://cycletrainingplans.com
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