Stamford Daily Voice—May 24, 2016
In a recent publication of the Stamford Daily Voice, David S. Levine, MD, a foot and ankle surgeon at Hospital for Special Surgery, explains how taking up cycling and being on the HSS cycling team changed his life.
Dr. Levine says, "I was soon hooked on cycling and its low-impact exercise. Its health benefits include cardiac conditioning, improved pulmonary function, muscular development, and reduction in body fat, cholesterol and blood pressure."
"As it turned out, a number of the physicians from HSS meet daily for a morning ride in Central Park. This daily ritual begins shortly before 6 a.m. when we meet at the hospital and ride crosstown to the park," adds Dr. Levine.
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