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Will Spin Class Ruin Your Sex Life?
If you love cycling, listen up: A recent study found that leaning forward too much in the seat—a result of the handlebars being positioned too low or too far away—puts excess pressure on genital tissue, risking nerve damage and possible reduction of sexual sensation. Spin safely with these better-form tips from Ruth Zukerman, cofounder of Flywheel indoor cycling studios.
Distance Between Seat And Handlebars
Sit close enough so that your hands rest comfortably on handlebars without forcing your torso forward more than 45 degrees.
When you stand next to the bike, the seat should hit at hip-bone height.
The recommended height is at least 2 to 3 inches above the post (where the handlebars attach to the bike). Your spine should be elongated, elbows slightly bent, and shoulders relaxed.
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