There are various ways of calculating how many calories you burn when cycling. A power meter is a great way to work it out. You can also do the math with a formula based around your heart rate. There are many variables to consider too, including fatigue and having a naturally low heart beat. Oh, and let’s not forget you are even burning calories when resting and recovering. So why does all this matter? Well, it’s important you’re replacing what you used so that your body is fully recovered for the next ride. Press play to learn more from the crew at the Global Cycling Network.
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