Both cycling and running are good aerobic exercises, but cycling is a better workout than running.
Cycling and running work basically the same muscles, including the hamstrings, quads, glutes, and calves. Proper running form and correct cycling form use the same arm muscles primarily the biceps, however over time cycling does less and less damage to all of these muscles. And running isn’t going to be good form forever.
With a natural running gait, your heel or forefoot is constantly hitting the ground, sending shock waves to your ankles, knees, and hips. Normally, the small muscles around these joints act as a stabilizer and you barely feel the impact, but over time these muscles wear down. There is often a chance of serious Achilles tendinitis, ACL tear, or knee injury.
Cycling is a non-impact sport, and the action of pedaling doesn’t consume those small, stable muscles like running, and the probability of wear and tear is low. Cycling is a targeted sport, 80% of the work is done by your leg and glute muscles, and your core and arms do the rest, so a cyclist has muscular thighs, strong hips, and a waistline Small, while upper body muscles are exercised through other forms.
Running is a more total body exercise than cycling and is a full-impact sport so not only can you injure your lower body but your upper body as well which usually back and neck pain.
Runners move forward at a speed of 12 kilometers per hour, while cycling can advance at a speed of 30 kilometers per hour, which is very exciting, causing cycling to be more fun than running.
Riding a bicycle requires you to learn more and better skills, including turning, braking, pedaling, rhythm, balance, climbing, descending, overcoming obstacles, riding a bicycle, building roads, positioning, group riding, etc., to make yourself better Great, and more satisfying.
One of the great rewards of cycling is getting to the top of a mountain, or rather a hill and moments of exhaustion and exhilaration heighten your sense of pleasure as you fly down the hill on your bike. For runners, there is no excitement when going downhill, because running downhill can cause damage to the quadriceps and calf muscles.