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  • On the flipside of running being much harsher on the body than cycling, is the fact that the former has a much more positive effect on bone density than the latter.
  • In fact, a 2009 study2 from the University of Missouri found that running might even increase bone density more than resistance training with weights.
  • It turns out that the high-impact nature of running, if done properly, places just enough stress on the bones of the body to toughen them up.
  • On the other hand, there are some conflicting but worrying studies3 that suggest serious cyclists may suffer reduced hip, spine, and neck strength than normal people, as a result of their sport.

Conclusion

  • Running and cycling can both be great forms of exercise, but that depends a lot on what you’re after. If improved bone density is a major plus for you — for example, if you’re at risk of osteoporosis — running is likely the better option.
  • On the other hand, if you want to do hard HIIT cardio every day but you’re worried about the potential for injury, cycling is the way to go.
  • A good cardio program can easily combine the two, with running being done more moderately and

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