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2015-09-03T20:34:06+05:30
Legs Play a Big PartYour legs are heavily relied on in bicycling, for the action of pushing the pedals to power the bike. The quadriceps at the front of your thighs and the hamstrings at back are the primary muscles in your lower body used during cycling, but the gastrocnemius and smaller soleus muscles in your calves are also utilized. Your quads are mainly used when you straighten out your leg to push down on the pedals, while the hamstrings work with the calf muscles to bring the pedal around and back up after you reach the bottom of the stroke.
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2015-09-03T20:38:24+05:30
Hands and legs are used to ride a bicycle.
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