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An Alternative Way to Burn Calories and Tone Your Muscles

You have probably heard of the advice to take the stairs rather than the elevator a lot of times. Actually, the stairs are old cardio that a lot of people

7 months ago

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You have probably heard of the advice to take the stairs rather than the elevator a lot of times. Actually, the stairs are old cardio that a lot of people take advantage of. Football players and athletes jog up and down the stairs on the stadiums while training while runners reap benefits from the stairs on the street. Climbing stairs is an awesome method to rev your heart rate and burn oodles of calories.

Luckily, nowadays, we don’t have to jog up and down the stairs of our homes — humanity created an amazing gym gear called a stair climber. It’s something like a treadmill yet here you don’t have to run or walk but climb the stairs that always rotate. The speed and duration you set by yourself according to the desired results and fitness level.

So, what are the main and coolest benefits of this machine? The first thing is that it’s an amazing cardio workout and burns 200 – 250 calories in half an hour. While revving your heart and making it bounce, it trains your lungs and makes them stronger. A faster session will make more calories vanish into thin air than a slower one, so if you wanna achieve your goal results faster, imagine you are hurrying up and do your best to get on that date in time.

The stair climber targets and perfectly trains such muscles as quadriceps, hamstrings, calves, and glutes. When going upstairs, you need to stay focused all the time. Thus, you train your core muscles and boost the endurance level. The stronger your core muscles are, the healthier back and better posture you have.

Also, this gear helps to reduce the chances of getting osteoporosis and improves your bones. They are living tissues, by the way, and climbing stairs on a daily basis grows bone mass. Plus, getting stronger knees reduces pressure on the joints. What’s more, if you are looking for some alternative kind of cardio, this one is exactly what you need. It’s something new that will perfectly challenge your body.

Anna A

Published 7 months ago