yea, I'm new, and no wonder I clicked on video. I was scared for my peanutThis crap again?!
It's not your fault that this headline caught your attention. Every other day, someone writes something along those lines because it's click-baity. Every time it comes up, it's debunked as bullshit.
If you ever happen to be among the very few people who have sexual problems from riding a bike, cycling is not the problem. Riding a bike that does not fit you is the problem. Could be a problem with reach, saddle tilted, saddle hieght, or the shape of the saddle itself.
It kinda goes other way, actually. The faster you're moving relative to someone else, the slower you age. Of course, they're moving fast relative to you so they age slower too. When you get back together, who will have aged less depends on the details of the intervening accelerations.I also saw on interwebz that cycling makes you age faster because of Einstein's relativity law : the more you move , the more you age.
Cycling enhances sexual functioning. It improves cardiovascular tone, increases testosterone production and decreases fatty tissue. The cardiovascular system is a large part of achieving and maintaining an erection. Fatty tissue produces minute amounts of estrogen.This crap again?!
This has been my problem as well...My inability to filter stupid sh!t from coming out of my mouth has impacted my chances much more than cycling ever will.
seems to be working backwards for me...I already have problems with "acting younger than my age" (or so I am told). This biking thing has made it even worse....or better(?)I also saw on interwebz that cycling makes you age faster because of Einstein's relativity law : the more you move , the more you age.
I'm 53 but I feel and look like I'm actually 92