It is a question that would not have any sense 5 years ago! Fortunately today, the bike has conquered our everyday life to a great extent.
Mainly as exercise selection, as mean of transportation, but also as a sport, cycling has gained many followers despite the non-favorable conditions! What should we consider when we decide to buy our own bike and what to do to be sure that our choice is right?
The first thing you can see when you get into a (conventional) gym are many walkways and elliptical, and a large variety of machines that works out separate muscle groups. The question is: Do you pass by the room with the machines? Do you walk to, the smallest probably, area with free weights? Both types of equipment have their advantages and also their disadvantages.
-Listen to me when i tell you, the sweat is fat that leaves our body ...
-But I think that ...
-You think, I know when i tell you..Sweat is fat ... END OF STORY !!
The above dialogue is real. No matter where and with whom you are talking to. What we need to keep in mind as important factor, is that the ignorance and lack of education are the worst enemy of the truth even in matters concerning the exercise.
Obviously our friend, who also has a strong opinion, is fan of the motto: ''SWEAT IS FAT CRYING'' but he has never tasted his sweat. It is a colorless liquid with distinct odor, unbearable sometimes due to the bacteria leaving the body through sweat and that remain on the skin. Apparently its odor is not from "burning" fat.
It is the most diluted liquid of the body. Through sweat, the excess body organic substances are rejected, this way detoxifying the body. Sweat is composed of 99% water, 1% non organic salts, fat acids (not fat) etc