Curious about American Eagle Cycles, Inc. or our Freedom Classic cycle?
We don’t blame you! Our custom cycle is unlike any other and there are plenty of questions to ask, such as:
What is an adult tricycle, anyways? What makes the Freedom Classic any different? How in the world could this cycle help me? What makes it more comfortable or safer than a regular old bike? How did American Eagle Cycles, Inc. get started?
What excellent questions! Never fear, equally as excellent answers will be coming to you shortly in the form of…a blog series.
That’s right, right here on the American Eagle Cycologist we will be publishing our first blog series titled, “What Were They Thinking?” The series will take our readers through all the amazing features of the Freedom Cycle, the background of American Eagle Cycles, Inc., and more!
So make sure to follow our blog at https://aecycles.wordpress.com/ and keep up with our monthly posts!
Otherwise, you’ll still have a lot of excellent questions and no excellent answers, and that’s not very helpful, is it?
It is no secret that as we age maintaining our health becomes more and more important. Regular exercise is one of the best ways to improve and maintain ones health. However, many types of exercise become too strenuous and often times feel like a chore. Activities like running and aerobics place stress on our joints and can start to become dangerous. While some exercises lose their practicality, cycling always remains a great exercise option, especially for active adults. New recumbent cycles, such as the Freedom Cycle make cycling even safer by keeping riders closer to the ground and providing more stability.
The benefits of cycling are endless. Often times we find ourselves moving less as we age, and as a result our body’s circulation slows. Cycling is great for your heart and a low impact way to get your blood pumping and get a great cardiovascular workout. It is also known to improve blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Cycling is a great way to increase muscle strength without placing stress on your joints.
Cycling also helps fight some of today’s most dangerous ailments. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that activities such as cycling have been found to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, type two diabetes, and some cancers.
It is a great option for those looking to lose weight. Strenuous exercise may be too hard on ones body but cycling is a great way to burn calories and increase your metabolism with little risk of injury. If you’re overweight and/or injured, sit comfortably in a Freedom Cycle and pedal the pounds away.
It is also great for your mental health. Going for a ride is a great way to reduce stress and boost endorphins that enhance your mood. So next time you want to do something good for yourself, go for a ride and improve your physical and mental heath at the same time. Best of all, it’s fun!