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    What is considered vigorous on stationary bicycle

    Hey i've been doing some cardio for a week now. I just wanted to ask is 100 rpm on a stationary bicycle considered vigorous or moderate or neither ? The speed is 40 on it but i dont know what unit it is ( covered 12.5 km in 20 mins according to the bicycle )
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    Originally Posted by xXChonikXx View Post
    Hey i've been doing some cardio for a week now. I just wanted to ask is 100 rpm on a stationary bicycle considered vigorous or moderate or neither ? The speed is 40 on it but i dont know what unit it is ( covered 12.5 km in 20 mins according to the bicycle )
    I would say it's a slightly vigorous pace, just try to push yourself and if you're working hard don't worry too much about numbers on a screen.
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    wear some tight bicycle shorts, put it on the highest settting and peddle standing up.

    oh and also a headband
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