Which form of cardio is better, cycling or running?
Both sides of the cycling vs. running debate have supporters who believe their sport is superior. But is one really more efficient use of your time and effort? Professor Richard Davison, an expert in exercise physiology, claims that results are often similar unless you intend to exercise for a longer period of time: “Metabolically, there is relatively little difference between the two modes. It is feasible to stress both the central and peripheral physiological systems with both, which will force them to adjust and improve, the author explains. At the University of the West of Scotland, Professor Richard Davison is the head of TNE and Mobility and a professor of exercise physiology.