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Are you looking for a cycling instructor to teach you to bike outdoors or improve as a competitive cyclist? Or do you need a spin instructor to help you with your indoor cycling training and achieve your fitness goals? For enthusiasts with very specific goals, it’s easy to use Airtasker to connect with expert cycling trainers! This service is perfect for getting an expert trainer to give you a cycling weekly training plan or show you how to use a spinning bike to increase your endurance and improve fitness.

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Top Cycling Training related questions

Do I need any tools or equipment for my cycling training?

If you’re an intermediate or expert cyclist who needs to train, you should prepare your bike, helmet, cycling shoes and outfit. But if you’re a beginner and don’t have an outdoor or spinning bike and lack the safety equipment, your Tasker may assist you in choosing and buying the right bike and equipment. Upon request, some Taskers may lend you a bike and some equipment for you to use for the duration of the service. 

How long does it take to complete my cycling training?

That depends on how complex your goals are and how well you progress. If you want to bike competitively and need to get in shape and strengthen your legs, this can take more time. It takes about a month of regular cycling to become fit through cycling and at least twice that amount of time to train for a race. After a few cycling sessions, ask your Tasker how much longer they think you need to finish training. 

Can I lose weight just by cycling?

Yes, but only if you combine this form of exercise with a healthy diet and at least 8 hours of sleep. Physical fitness can’t be achieved or maintained with exercise, a healthy diet or proper sleep alone - all three must be practised. According to a Harvard health study, you can burn nearly 600 calories by cycling for 30 minutes, even if you pedal at speeds of less than 20 miles per hour or 32 kph.   

Is cycling good for the knees?

Like swimming, cycling is a low-impact form of exercise that doesn’t affect your knees or other joints. Cycling can be good for your joints as it strengthens muscles that support them while improving your balance, so you avoid falls. Apart from burning significantly more calories than walking, cycling can substantially reduce your risk of developing cardiovascular diseases. At least one report lists cycling’s benefits for your joints and your physical and mental health as well. 

How many hours a week should I do cycling?

That depends on your objective for cycling. If you’re a professional cyclist, you should do at least 20 to 30 hours a week. If you do cycling only as a recreational activity or for fitness, you can do 10 hours a week. Some cyclists can get by with only five to seven hours of cycling per week, but they increase their intensity by cycling uphill or on steeper inclines. 

Are stationary bikes good for weight loss?

Yes, for sure! Using a stationary or spinning bike for 30 minutes can make the average person burn 260 calories. This is also assuming they pedal at a moderate intensity. Cycling for this long and consistently challenging intensity can create a caloric deficit, meaning you burn more calories in a week than you consume - and this can lead to weight loss. 

What do cycling training services include?

Cycling training services include all the necessary activities to learn how to become proficient in cycling, whether for recreation, fitness or competition. This can consist of cycling training for beginners, intermediate cyclists or elite racers. 

If you’re new to cycling, your cyclist trainer Tasker can show you the proper way of using your mountain bike, road bike or cyclocross bike. You can also hire cyclist trainers to teach you how to use spinning bikes and have spinning sessions. 

Planning cycling goals

Your cycling trainer can help you with your cycling goals. They can design the cycling training plan that’s right for you. Are you taking up cycling to get fit? Do you intend to bike competitively or simply for fun? 

Your Tasker can provide the right cycling training program to help you achieve goals, including mapping out the appropriate cycling route. As part of your beginner cycling training plan, they can draft a 100-mile cycling training plan along with the proper cycling interval training. 

Getting into shape for cycling

Part of achieving your cycling goals is to have the optimal body fat percentage. Your cycling trainer may advise you to reach 15% to 18% body fat if you’re a beginner. If you want to become an elite cyclist, your Tasker may recommend striving to have at least ten percent body fat. They can suggest an exercise and diet program to help you burn excess body fat and strengthen your core and leg muscles. 

You can achieve this if you have the right food in your pantry. You can also hire someone to take care of your meals on a weekly or daily basis. Your Tasker can alternate your workouts and biking sessions and space them, so your muscles have time to recover. 

Training outdoors

After you’ve set your cycling training objectives and your Tasker has prepared a training program, you can have the training sessions. If you are a beginning cyclist and are unaware of the road rules and biking etiquette, your Tasker can teach you these rules and ensure your safety. Your Tasker can guide you through their chosen cycling route, conduct different training types, and gradually increase the difficulty as your body acclimates.

They can conduct base training cycling, cycling endurance training and cycling hill training. Some Taskers may increase the intensity of your cycling training sessions according to how quickly your body recovers. In-between your sessions, you can have your bike checked and fixed to ensure it stays safe to ride. 

Training indoors

For indoor cycling, your Tasker can help you adjust your spinning bike’s handlebars position, seat height and resistance to a comfortable setting. They can likewise adjust the spinning bike’s resistance to a manageable setting. As you progress, your Tasker can increase the intensity of your sessions and help you burn more calories. Your Tasker can continue this process each session until you reach your fitness goals. 

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