How long to regenerate after cycling?
Regeneration is at least as important as good training. How much rest and regeneration you need depends entirely on the intensity and duration of your training. If you exhausted yourself on your last tour, you need more regeneration than if you only did a small and easy lap. As a rule of thumb you could say that you should plan at least one day off for every intensive training day. On the day you should use stretching exercises and massages to help your body regenerate. A long walk can also be a good way to promote blood circulation in the muscles on a recovery day. A sports doctor or a trainer can determine the optimal break times for you individually. Basically, however, the following applies: Listen to your body and give it enough time to recover.
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