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Abs is the worst or one of the worst thing to do if you want to lose belly fat. It is a misconception that fat get lost locally. Do abs if you what to streng that part of your body. Keep doing cycling or running to lose your fat. Cycling it is really good for losing weight. I went from 84 kg to 68 in less than a year by only cycling. I use and still use ...


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Instead of ab specifics exercises I would suggest full body exercises that will work more muscle groups. I am a high mileage cyclist and often lift on the same day. I suggest this plan: http://stronglifts.com/5x5/ StrongLifts 5×5 consists of two full body-workouts: Workout A: Squat, Bench Press, Barbell Row Workout B: Squat, Overhead Press, Deadlift, ...


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It sounds like the pain in your hip is coming from your hip-flexors. This group is comprised of the: Illiopsoas; Sartorius; and Rectus Femorus. Their purpose is to: Flex your hip joint; Flex your trunk forward; Pull your thigh upward; and to help stabilize your lower body (at the pelvis). This picture doesn't do a great job of showing the weight ...


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A lot depends on the intensity and the duration of a training. You'll find lots of articles on the internet about this. Just to give you an example I've placed 2 links below which compare running & running stairs. Ask the Personal trainer Running vs Stairs Running on stairs does in fact burn more calories than running on the flat. But the question ...


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Depends entirely on intensity. Interval training on a treadmill for 50 minutes will burn more calories than a steady bike ride for 50 minutes. All of the exercised have their benefits and drawbacks in terms of impact to your body but it is generally accepted that a cross trainer has the least impact on your joints.



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