Effects Of Long-term Motorbike Driving On Health?
Good night u003cbr u003eI am 21 years old, height + – 180 cm. weight + -58 kg. u003cbr u003eBecause I use a sports motorbike to travel to my workplace, I want to ask about the problem of riding a sports motorbike like the latest Yamaha R15 (not for promotion) which when riding it, the body position is slightly leaning forward . Travel time from home to where I work + – 1 hour due to road conditions as well as commuting home. U003cbr u003eWhat are the side effects that will occur if riding the motor in a forward leaning position like the situation I am doing? u003cbr u003e u003cbr u003eThank you, good night
Hello Tirta, thank you for asking.
Determination of the position of the human body when driving, actually has gone through a series of research processes before the vehicle escapes production. Vehicle manufacturers must have taken into account the ergonomic position when driving. This was done to prevent injury and harm to the driver. In general, the higher the quality of the vehicle, the better the ergonomic accuracy.
However, driving in the long term and done every day, it tends to increase the risk of injury to muscles, joints, or bones. When people are exhausted due to long driving, then the possibility of sitting position has changed to not optimal. This causes an increased risk of injury.
Make sure your body position is always optimal when driving. Stretch before and after driving, to prevent injury to muscles, joints and bones. Try your exercise routine to strengthen your back muscles, buttocks, and thighs. Exercise at least 3-5 times a week, for at least 30 minutes. Well-developed muscles generally have a minimal risk of injury. That is why athletes motorbike racers or bicycle riders are not easily injured, because of routine exercise and always maintain an optimal position when driving.
Thus my short information, hopefully useful for you. Regards.