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Cycling Fitness Premium PLR Package - High quality Cycling fitness PLR product including ebook, report, articles, emails, keyword research and bonus. Over 24 000 words of done-for-you cycling for fitness PLR content that is ready to be used in your business to educate your readers. This cycling PLR pack includes fast-action bonuses for the first 50 buyers.

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Featuring Over 24 000 Words of High Quality Cycling Fitness Content Ready To Be Used In Your Business!

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Main eBook: Cycling for Fitness! (The Fun Way to Get Fit & Reduce Your Carbon Emissions)

(4,461 words, 19 pages, 10 images)

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A look inside the Cycling for Fitness Premium PLR eBook:

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Table of Contents for the Cycling Fitness PLR Ebook:

Introduction: Why Bicycle? What Are the Benefits?…………………………………………… 2

The Many Different Types of Bicycling………………………………………………………………. 5

Indoor Cycling………………………………………………………………………………………………… 5

Spinning……………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 5

Outdoor Bicycling…………………………………………………………………………………………… 7

Road Cycling………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 7

Mountain Biking…………………………………………………………………………………………….. 7

Cyclocross, Downhill, Track Cycling and More………………………………………………………. 8

Cycling to Work………………………………………………………………………………………………. 9

How to Bike to Work……………………………………………………………………………………….. 9

Bike Commuting Equipment……………………………………………………………………………. 10

The Challenges of Bicycle Commutes………………………………………………………………… 11

Outdoor vs. Indoor Stationary Cycling…………………………………………………………….. 13

How to Get Started with an Outdoor Bicycling for Fitness Program………………………… 13

How to Get Started with an Indoor Bicycling for Fitness Program…………………………… 14

HIIT & Other Cycling Workouts……………………………………………………………………….. 17

Sample Workout #1………………………………………………………………………………………. 17

Sample Workout #2………………………………………………………………………………………. 17

Sample Workout #3………………………………………………………………………………………. 18

Conclusion……………………………………………………………………………………………………. 19

 

Sample Content for the Cycling Fitness Premium PLR Ebook:

The Many Different Types of Bicycling

You might be surprised just how varied bicycling can be. There is probably a type of cycling for every interest level and personality. Understanding your options can help you choose the type of bicycling that best suits your wants, needs, and goals.

Indoor Cycling

Indoor cycling can take several different forms. At the most basic level you can buy a bicycle trainer and a stand and place your bicycle on the trainer. A trainer is a portable device that essentially places your back wheel on a roller. You can set the resistance on your back wheel to make the workout harder or easier.

Your front wheel is supported by a stand and it turns your bicycle into an indoor exercise machine. You can also place your trainer and bike on your patio or deck if you want to get fresh air while you exercise, but don’t want to battle cars and pedestrians while on your bike. A trainer and stand cost between $50 and $100.

There are also indoor bicycles. These are essentially the same bikes that you’ll find in a gym or fitness center. They’re a bit different from a spin bike, but you can also buy a spin bike and use it for non-spinning type workouts. Spin bikes tend to have you seated in a more forward leaning position. Traditional indoor cycling bikes can be recumbents or uprights. Airdyne bikes have handlebars that alternate as you pedal and can give you a powerful upper body workout as well.

Indoor bikes and spin bikes can cost anywhere from $500 to $5,000, depending on the company you purchase from and the features that come with the bike.

Spinning

We just talked about indoor bikes, and spin bikes are most certainly a type of indoor cycling.

However, a spinning workout is a bit different from traditional cycling.

Spinning workouts often contain intervals. You will stand and pedal as well as sit. The workouts are usually performed to music with a beat that matches your speed and intensity.

Here’s a sample spinning workout:

  • First three minutes – Warm up. Pedal comfortably with little or no resistance.
  • Next four minutes – Pedal harder and rise out of the saddle.
  • Next four minutes – Increase the resistance. Slow your pace to 55 to 60 rpm. Alternate standing and sitting for 30 seconds each.
  • Next four minutes – Active recovery. Reduce the resistance and maintain a high pace at around 88 rpm.
  • Next four minutes – Increase the resistance and pedal at 90 to 95 rpm.
  • Next four minutes – Increase the resistance and pedal at 65 rpm. Every 30 seconds, increase your leg speed and pedal as fast as you can for 15 seconds.
  • Next four minutes – Decrease resistance and pedal at a fast pace (110+ rpm).
  • Next four minutes – Increase resistance and slow to 70 rpm, alternating between sitting and standing for 30 seconds each.
  • Next four minutes – Reduce resistance and pedal at a moderate pace.
  • Next four minutes – Alternate short sprints with longer ones. Sprint pace about 100 rpm, and recovery pace around 65 rpm. Start with 10 second sprints and work up to 60 second sprints with an equal recovery time.
  • Next four minutes – Cool down. Pedal comfortably without resistance.

If you do the math, that’s a 45 minute workout with an abundance of variety to keep you motivated and pedaling. You can take spin classes or enjoy a workout in the comfort of your own home.

 

Note: The above content is just a snippet of the Cycling for Fitness PLR ebook.

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Short Report: Top 10 Fitness Tips to Help You Get the Most of Your Cycling Workouts!

(1,781 words, 7 pages, 5 images)

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A look inside the Top 10 Fitness Tips for Cycling Fitness Premium PLR Report:

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Product Reviews:

“Finding Ultra” by Rich Roll – 501 words
Garmin Edge 520 – 738 words
Mountain Made Cold Weather Gloves Review – 589 words
Raniaco Original Wireless Bicycle Speedometer – 669 words
Vilano Aluminum Road Bike 21 Speed Shimano – 627 words

 

Product Comparison Review:

Top 5 Cycling Helmets Compared – 955 words

 

5 Emails/ Blog Posts:

How to Get Back Into Cycling After A Long Break (309 Words)

Cycling Safety Standards to Remember (200 Words)

How to Choose the Right Bike for You (256 Words)

Important Cycling Road Rules and Etiquette (223 Words)

Top 7 Benefits of Cycling  (275 Words)

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Top 7 Benefits of Cycling

Are you looking for a little motivation before you hop back on your bike? If so, we’ve got you covered.

The following 7 benefits of bicycling are just a few of the important rewards that cycling offers.

1 – Cycling Is Great for Your Ticker

Cycling improves overall cardiovascular health. And did you know that cycling even reduces your risk of contracting coronary heart disease?

2 – Your Coordination, Balance and Flexibility Are Improved

You have to coordinate the movement of your arms, upper and lower legs and your core while cycling. Balance, flexibility and coordination suffer as human beings age, and bicycling improves all of these important physical skills.

3 – Cycling Builds Muscle

Want to tighten up your booty? Embarrassed by your “chicken legs”? Cycling can help. Bicycling on a regular basis builds muscle and burns fat, leading to the next important cycling benefit.

4 – Cycling Is Great for Losing Weight and Tightening Your Tummy

Your legs do a lot of work when you ride your bike. But your core also benefits a great deal. Cycling ramps up your metabolism, burns fat and calories, and helps shrink your waistline.

5 – Cycling Is an Excellent Low-Impact Exercise

Cycling is a rhythmic aerobic and strength training exercise that provides the benefits of physical activity, without the negative pounding and stress which can cause aches and pains in your joints.

6 – Cycling Boosts Your Emotional and Mental States

The US National Library of Medicine studied the effect of bicycling on mental function. They found increases in positive emotional states and brainwave activity during and after a bicycle ride.

7 – Cycling Helps You Live Longer

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High Quality Cycling Fitness PLR Articles:

3 Ideas for Secure Bike Storage in Your Garden – 445 words
8 Tips to Prevent Injury When You Crash Your Bike – 498 words
A Guide to Cycling Etiquette On the Road – 425 words
A Guide to Healthy Cycling Posture – 460 words
A Guide to Proper Use of Your Bicycle Brakes – 512 words
A Guide to the Best Type of Shoes to Wear Cycling – 495 words
A Cycling Helmet Buyers Guide – 495 words
How Often Should You Take Your Bike in for Maintenance? – 477 words
How to Deal with Cycling Neck Pain – 487 words
How to Handle Long Climbs When Cycling – 525 words
How to Keep Cool When Cycling in Hot Weather – 464 words
How to Keep Warm When Cycling in Cold Weather – 448 words
How to Make Your Bicycle Seat More Comfortable – 454 words
How to Properly Warm Up for a Bike Ride – 474 words
How to Treat Road Rash – 454 words
How to Stay Safe When Cycling During the Winter – 406 words
Road Cycling vs. Off Road Cycling – 464 words
Staying Safe While Cycling In the Road – 434 words
Why Core Strength is So Important for Cyclists – 436 words
Why You Should Always Wear a Helmet When Cycling – 487 words

 

Cycling Fitness Premium PLR Article Sample:

3 Ideas for Secure Bike Storage in Your Garden

One of the best ways to prevent your bike from being stolen, is to not advertise you have an expensive bike(s) in the first place. There are several ways to store bikes outside, but yet out of sight in your garden ranging in costs from very little money, that doesn’t do much for theft protection but does keep it out of sight and the weather, to sheds that cost a lot but do provide very secure storage. Here are three ideas that cover the range from maximum to minimum security.

Idea 1

At the top of the line, as far as security, are double-door bike sheds made out of galvanized sheet metal with drill resistant locks at the top and bottom of each door. While costly, it isn’t near as costly as having to replace your expensive bike(s) if stolen. Many sheds hold at least three bikes along with all of the paraphernalia required for biking. An example of this type of secure bike storage shed is the Annex found at Asgardsss.co.uk.

Another secure bike storage option is a bike bunker. Instead of having two doors that open, the front and top open as one hinged unit and is supported open by a spring-assisted action. It too can be padlocked closed and like the first one, also anchored to the ground.

Both of these options are also insurance approved.

Idea 2

At the other end of security are sheds made out of tent material that are supported by fiberglass poles that do almost nothing as far as security, but they do keep your bike out of the elements of weather. If using one of these to store your bike, it is suggested that you also use an approved bike lock. The Bike Cave from caveinnovations.com is a good example of a bike tent. A good bike lock to use would be like this one found at Amazon.com.uk.

Idea 3

In between there are several options at different price points. One is a bike vault made from recyclable low density polyethylene plastic. It has steel locking tabs on the door and sides so it can be locked with high quality padlocks. Inside, it also has anchor points to anchor it to the ground using a D-lock or chain and padlock attached to ground anchors. This would not only prevent someone from stealing the whole vault, but also keep it secure during times of high wind.

The biggest thing with bike security is out-of-sight/out-of-mind. If a thief doesn’t know you have an expensive bike in the first place, or if you have it tightly secured, they are likely to find easier targets where they can grab-and-go quicker.

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Social Media Posts and Images:

 

5 Shareable Social Media Fitness Tips Graphics (PLR)

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5 Shareable Social Media Inspirational PLR Images

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20 Social Media PLR Posts (for sharing on Twitter or Facebook)

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15 Royalty Free Images

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Images of All Products Reviewed

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Cycling Fitness Keyword Research Pack

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Bonus: 10 Quality Biking and cycling PLR Articles

Choosing the Right Bike for You – 692 words

Environmental Benefits of Cycling – 453 words

Extreme Mountain Biking: Just for the Thrill of It – 470 words

Get in Shape with Bike Riding – 420 words

Get in Shape with Indoor Cycling – 517 words

Get Into Shape with Spinning Classes – 448 words

Health Benefits and Risks of Riding a Bicycle – 715 words

Start Cycling Your Way To Fitness With These Simple Tips – 559

What is Cy-Yo all about? – 502 words

What You Need to Know before Taking Up Cycling – 555 words

 

10 Quality Biking and cycling PLR Article Sample:

Choosing the Right Bike for You

There is a lot that can go into buying the right bike for you. You probably already have a budget in mind of what you are willing and able to spend on a bike, but how do you know you’re getting the best bang for your buck? Here are the things you should look for when shopping for a bike for yourself.

How You Know You Are Buying the Right Bike for You

1. You will need to determine how you are going to use your bike. Will you be a regular cycler? Mountain biker? Sunday morning family biking? There are basically four different kinds of bikes that are used for all different terrain.

Road bikes are designed as you would imagine for the road. They are meant for paved streets and they are made for speed. They have skinny tires with a light frame. You will be bent over the handlebars, making you more aerodynamic. This isn’t a very sturdy frame. It’s meant for speed, not rough and tumble and bumpy terrain.

Mountain bikes conversely are made for a bumpy terrain. These bikes have wide tires with a knobby tread. The frame is not nearly as lightweight and it’s more stout than road bikes. They are a more durable frame and you will find them to have a more comfortable riding position. You sit more upright which is great for those with back problems.

Hybrid bikes offer the best of both worlds of road bikes and mountain bikes. They are good for short and not as fast road trips on pavement with a skinny tire that is smooth. You sit upright on this bike, too. It’s perhaps a good bike for your leisurely Sunday morning trip down to the corner store with the family. They have it all – speed, durability, and comfort.

Cruisers make great beach bikes. They have a wide tire, wide seat, upright handlebars, and even often times just a single gear. This is a durable bike, but it’s not meant for speed or rough terrain by any means. They are about a flat surface and comfort for the rider.

2. Now perhaps these traditional bikes aren’t what you’re looking for. Maybe you like to think outside of the box. A tandem bike, tricycle, or recumbent might fit that bill. They are not bikes you will see very often, but you might want to look into these bikes if the kind of typical cycling described above is not what you hope to do.

3. If you are going to be carrying precious cargo (i.e. a baby/child) or need a basket for groceries perhaps, you will want to make sure the bike is suitable for adding a child seat or trailer to it or putting a basket on the front. Check with the bike salesperson about these features.

4. If you are having a hard time deciding what will work best for you, then see if you can borrow a bike. Perhaps a friend has a bike you can try out or rent one from a bike rental to see how you like it. Trying before you buy is always smart.

5. Remember you get what you pay for. You might have a budget for what you can spend, but don’t go for the cheap. You will likely end up paying more in the end replacing the bike every year or so.

6. Make sure you get the right fit. You will actually need to sit on the bike. Since people come in different sizes, bikes have to as well. You will need to be able to easily mount and dismount from the bike.

7. Have it professionally assembled. This way you are sure it’s put together correctly and there are no loose nuts or bolts.

Once you have found the right bike, don’t forget the protective gear. While there might not be laws that adults are required to wear bike helmets, you still want to be protected when riding a bike. So be sure to pick up a helmet as well before you ride off into the sunset with your new bike.

 

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2. Benefits of Chair Yoga – Part 1
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13. Health And Fitness For People Above 50
14. Mini Guide To Safer Senior Fitness
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18. Senior Fitness
19. Senior Golfers Can Still Play Great Golf. Do You Want To Know How
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21. Starting A Fitness Program For Seniors
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23. Stretching For Golf Isn t What You Think
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2. Getting Started with Kettle Balls
3. Hot Yoga-Everything You Need To Know
4. How To Find The Best Swimwear For Your Body Type
5. Rev Up Your Fitness Routine With Kick-Boxing
6. Start A Steady Running Regimen With These 5 Tips
7. Start Cycling Your Way To Fitness With These Simple Tips
8. These 7 Foods Will Get You Flat Abs In No Time
9. Try These 3 moves For An Effective Bikini Blast workout
10. Try These Simple Ideas For The Perfect Lean Summer Barbecue
11. Use These 9 Easy Tips To Get That Flat Tummy You Desire
12. Weary of Running To Get Fit-You Could Try Power Walking
13. Which is Better-Gym or Outdoor Workouts
14. Why interval training beach perfect body
15. Why You Have To Stay Hydrated During Summer Workouts

 

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  1. Are You Setting Your Fitness Goals Correctly? (645 words)
  2. Avoiding the Curse of False Hope (789 words)
  3. Being Rigid and Flexible During Your Fitness Journey (722 words)
  4. Setting Milestones in Your Fitness Journey (618 words)
  5. Your New Year Fitness Goals Can Begin in August! (979 words)

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Package Details For The Cycling Fitness Premium PLR Package:

Main eBook:
“Cycling for Fitness: The Fun Way to Get Fit & Reduce Your Carbon Emissions!”
(4,461 words, 19 pages, 10 images)

Short Report:
“Top 10 Fitness Tips to Help You Get the Most of Your Cycling Workouts”
(1,781 words, 7 pages, 5 images)

Product Reviews:

“Finding Ultra” by Rich Roll – 501 words
Garmin Edge 520 – 738 words
Mountain Made Cold Weather Gloves Review – 589 words
Raniaco Original Wireless Bicycle Speedometer – 669 words
Vilano Aluminum Road Bike 21 Speed Shimano – 627 words

Product Comparison Review:

Top 5 Cycling Helmets Compared – 955 words

5 Emails/ Blog Posts:

Topic: How to Get Back Into Cycling After A Long Break

How to Get Back Into Cycling After A Long Break (309 Words)

Cycling Safety Standards to Remember (200 Words)

How to Choose the Right Bike for You (256 Words)

Important Cycling Road Rules and Etiquette (223 Words)

Top 7 Benefits of Cycling  (275 Words)

Cycling for fitness PLR Articles:

3 Ideas for Secure Bike Storage in Your Garden – 445 words
8 Tips to Prevent Injury When You Crash Your Bike – 498 words
A Guide to Cycling Etiquette On the Road – 425 words
A Guide to Healthy Cycling Posture – 460 words
A Guide to Proper Use of Your Bicycle Brakes – 512 words
A Guide to the Best Type of Shoes to Wear Cycling – 495 words
A Cycling Helmet Buyers Guide – 495 words
How Often Should You Take Your Bike in for Maintenance? – 477 words
How to Deal with Cycling Neck Pain – 487 words
How to Handle Long Climbs When Cycling – 525 words
How to Keep Cool When Cycling in Hot Weather – 464 words
How to Keep Warm When Cycling in Cold Weather – 448 words
How to Make Your Bicycle Seat More Comfortable – 454 words
How to Properly Warm Up for a Bike Ride – 474 words
How to Treat Road Rash – 454 words
How to Stay Safe When Cycling During the Winter – 406 words
Road Cycling vs. Off Road Cycling – 464 words
Staying Safe While Cycling In the Road – 434 words
Why Core Strength is So Important for Cyclists – 436 words
Why You Should Always Wear a Helmet When Cycling – 487 words

Social Media Posts & Images:

5 Shareable Social Media Cycling Fitness Tips
5 Shareable Social Media Inspirational Quote Images
20 Social Media Posts (for sharing on Twitter or Facebook)
+ 3 bonus bylines for article marketing or guest blogging
15 Royalty Free Images
Images of All Products Reviewed

Bonus: 10 Quality Biking and cycling PLR Articles

  1. Choosing the Right Bike for You – 692 words
  2. Environmental Benefits of Cycling – 453 words
  3. Extreme Mountain Biking: Just for the Thrill of It – 470 words
  4. Get in Shape with Bike Riding – 420 words
  5. Get in Shape with Indoor Cycling – 517 words
  6. Get Into Shape with Spinning Classes – 448 words
  7. Health Benefits and Risks of Riding a Bicycle – 715 words
  8. Start Cycling Your Way To Fitness With These Simple Tips – 559
  9. What is Cy-Yo all about? – 502 words
  10. What You Need to Know before Taking Up Cycling – 555 words

Total Word Count: 24 000+ Words

FAST-ACTION BONUSES – Available for the first 50 buyers of this Cycling for fitness PLR Pack. You’ll no longer see these awesome extra bonuses available on this page once the 50 fast action takers have been awarded.

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