Are we ever too unfit to take up a sport like cycling ?

Well first of all, let’s dispel the myth that to cycle you need to be one of those lycra-clad weekend road warriors.

Just a few years ago I would have fainted or broken into a cold sweat at the thought of getting on a bike and pedalling on the UK’s roads….and allegedly for fun !    But as a “middle of our years” type of person, taking up cycling has been more than just a means to roll back the years, it’s been a life changing experience, reversing the descent into type-2 diabetes and ill health, giving me a new perspective and lease on life.

Even during times when motivation is low, or when it seems a bit cold or wet outside, within a few pedal strokes the sheer joy and sense of freedom reminds me of why I took up cycling as my journey to fitness and wellbeing.

Looking back, when the opportunity for a career change arose, I created Cycle For Fitness, took my certification as a British Cycling coach and working with Dr Tom Kirk created programmes that are designed for people who would otherwise feel intimidated by the thought of cycling. People who would think it is too late in the day to take up a new hobby or they feel they are too unfit to start make a positive change. However, from my own testimony, it is never too late.

If this resonates with you, if you would like to regain the kind fitness you naturally had in your twenties and thirties, if you enjoy the feelings wellbeing, pick up the phone, message me, email me or request a callback on our contacts form.

We are here for you, the first step in any journey is the hardest, take a deep breath, contact me for a free, no obligation chat.