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Correct Cycling Posture: Focus on the Buttocks, Shoulders, and Hands

Correct Cycling Posture: Focus on the Buttocks, Shoulders, and Hands

Today, let's delve into the proper technique for cycling to prevent injuries during the ride.

 

 


First, we'll break it down into three points: the buttocks, shoulders, and hands.
Our buttocks should firmly rest on the saddle to ensure that the power generated by the buttocks is effectively transmitted to the lower limbs.



Next, ensure that the shoulders are not hunched up but rather relaxed and slightly lowered. Keeping the shoulders down and relaxed is crucial for maintaining the correct posture.



Gripping the handlebars firmly with our hands is also essential, especially during fast-paced cycling, to maintain stability and prevent the bike from veering off course.

 

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