Alternate between hard pedaling bursts and brief recoveries. This workout boosts metabolism and burns tummy fat.
Plan moderate-intensity rides to burn fat. For maximum fat burning, bike for at least 60 minutes.
Climb a steep hill several times. Hill workouts burn calories and belly fat by working your core, particularly your abs.
On a straight road or stationary bike, sprint at full speed for 20–30 seconds followed by lengthier rest periods. Sprint intervals raise heart rate and burn fat.
Try a spinning class or a structured online riding platform. Interval training and cycling simulations make these programs a complete fat-burning exercise.
20 seconds of vigorous cycling followed by 10 seconds of rest, done numerous times. This high-intensity workout burns fat and calories.
Swedish "speed play." Change intensity and duration. Sprint 30 seconds, moderately cycle 1 minute, and rest 2 minutes. This exercise burns fat.
Ride at a fast, regulated cadence for a while, then slow down. Spin-ups improve cardio, core strength, and belly fat.
Combine riding with strength training, yoga, or Pilates. Core and body strength improve cycling performance and reduce belly fat.