Kickstart weight loss with a pre-dawn bike ride, using stored fat for energy in fasting training, but be sure not to starve yourself and eat an hour before if needed.
Aerobic exercise helps burn fat by increasing your breathing rate, which causes the body to excrete lost fat through your lungs, so cycling at a moderate intensity for 30-60 minutes can boost your fat burn.
For weight loss, consume lean protein and fresh fruits and vegetables with a low glycemic index instead of relying on protein-rich smoothies and juices.
Stay committed and monitor progress using body weight or fat percentage instead of relying solely on the scale, which may not reflect muscle gained from cycling.
Cycling provides the benefits of physical activity with less strain on the body than walking or running, making it a suitable option for obese and older individuals.