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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

operasi hari ?

x ingt a dh hari ke bebrpe aku beroperasi utk mengurngkan berat badan
bulan syaaban ni, eloklah kite berpuase kn
puase2 gak, senaman tu try la wat ye
so, hari ni operasi aku adlah berbasikal
aku pnjam basikal mmber pompuan aku nie [Nisa], ok la...best gile
pusing 2 round, kuar gk laa peluh2 tu
ni ade sikit2 aku copy kt tenet pasal cycling nie
[lebih kurang cenggini la berbasikal ye, tp xde la ngn topi n bju cmtu..pusing kt dlm kampus je kot]
Cycling and health
Getting on your bike regularly not only gets you where you want to go faster than a car, it protects you against a wide range of ill health, and also makes you feel better.

Cycling is good for your heart and health
Everyday cycling, where the exercise leaves you breathing heavily but not being out of breath, is an effective and enjoyable form of aerobic exercise. This is the type of exercise that is most effective at promoting good health. For example, cycling reduces the risk of serious conditions such as heart disease, high blood pressure, obesity and the most common form of diabetes.

One rough calculation suggests that new cyclists covering short distances can reduce their risk of death (mainly due to the reduction of heart disease) by as much as 22 per cent.

Cycling will help with weight management
Cycling can be part of a programme to lose weight2 because it burns the energy supplied by a chocolate bar or a couple of alcoholic drinks in an hour (about 300 calories). A 15-minute bike ride to and from work five times a week burns off the equivalent of 11 pounds of fat in a year. That kind of cycling pattern also meets the Government's latest target on exercise: that we should take part in some mild to moderate physical activity that leaves us out of breath for at least 30 minutes five times a week.

Cycling can improve your mood
Cycling can have positive effects on how we feel too. Moderate exercise has been found to reduce levels of depression and stress, improve mood and raise self-esteem, and has also been found to relieve symptoms of premenstrual syndrome.

Cycling can help to maintain strength and coordination
There can also be indirect benefits in terms of reducing injuries from falls, which can be seriously disabling, especially in older people. The strength and co-ordination that regular cycling brings make them less likely. Physically active older people have much reduced rates of hip fracture.

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