Developed and toned muscles help the cyclist to improve posture, endurance and stability. They also represent a great support for tendons and ligaments that are of paramount importance to those who cycle. In fact, when muscles change also involve tendons, ligaments and bones.
Each muscle is made up of a variety of fibers of different materials. When you train the strength of these fibers increases, but the resulting change is not immediately apparent. As the training proceeds, the cells of the muscles grow and the fibers thicken.
Only after a few weeks or months you can see a better definition of the muscles and a real change in the physical. These times are obviously not the same for everyone but vary from person to person.
To maintain your muscles is important to undergo regular workouts, otherwise they will disappear in a short time. You must also avoid the muscles from accustomed. For this reason, it will be necessary to try different exercises and possibly more and more intense.