Injury in cycling and prevention

Almost everyone who practices sports has experienced trauma or dull pain. And cycling is no exception. In fact, cycling can be considered a less traumatic sport compared to running.

However, you may still be injured while cycling. The following article will list some of the common injuries and how to prevent them.

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The saddle is too high, and the pedal position is too low, bending your back will make your hips and waist more loaded. This load is concentrated in the center of the body, that is, the lower back.

Like neck and shoulder pain, the best way to avoid back pain is to fit the car properly. A reasonable fit is a vehicle that helps you to ride for 3-4 hours while still feeling comfortable, and balancing comfort and speed.

Instead of pedaling for 40kmh for 5 minutes and lying wincing in your back pain, sit comfortably and kick 34kmh in 100km. One of the common causes of knee pain is to put your saddle too low or too high.

If the seat is too low, it will cause the knee to overlap. As mentioned in the Basic technique of cycling mentioned, when the foot is about 6 o’clock, your foot is almost straight.

Conversely, on a vehicle that is too high, it can cause your hips to swing to the side when pedaling, putting pressure on your back. Again, fit is extremely important.

However, remember that after fit the car you should try many times, and remember the feeling in the legs, hips, back. Fit the car is like wedge soup, this is the need to do it over and over to find the optimal posture.

The muscles of your neck and shoulders are often unconsciously braced when you step, especially during heavy pedaling. Remember to remind yourself to relax your upper body when pedaling every 5-10 minutes.

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The wrong posture is when you bend your neck too much, like you are holding a tennis ball between your chin and throat. This interferes with breathing and tightens the muscles in the neck and shoulders.

Imagine a string pulling your head to the top of the head. This will pull your head up a bit, head-neck-back forming an axis and helping the muscles to stretch longer and more comfortably.