During: Make Sure You're Sitting Properly and Your Bike Is Set Up
Dyan told POPSUGAR that riders should place their sitting bones, called the "ischial tuberosity," on the widest part of the saddle. "This will be the most comfortable position for riders and takes pressure off of the genital area," she said. Emily Fayette, ACE-certified personal trainer and Flywheel instructor, said that a proper bike setup will also help alleviate pressure. "If your bike is set up properly, your legs should be able to fully support your weight with the correct form, which will put less pressure on this specific area," she said. "If you find yourself wiggling around during class, it is probably incorrect bike settings." You can always ask your instructor for help!