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Unfortunately, we can't tell you the reason for your knee pain. It may be physical, it may be equipment (poor fitting/worn out shoes, etc) or something else. I would recommend getting with a trainer and/or physical therapist to help figure out the cause. There are many exercises you can do that don't put that kind of stress on the knee, however. Swimming is ...


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If controlling for diet and resistance training volume and intensity, no, cycling shouldn't cause muscle loss. In other words, if you're lifting weights with regularity and you're eating to account for the caloric expenditure of cycling for an hour a day, you probably won't lose any significant amount of muscle. Having said that, it's a pretty tall order....


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