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6 Reasons to Take the Stairs 1. Stair Climbing Burns More Calories Than Jogging Yes, it’s true: studies have shown that stair climbing, which is 2. Stair Climbing Reduces the Risk of Stroke According to results from the Harvard Alumni Health Study, which enrolled 3. Stair Climbing Improves. CLIMBING STAIRS HELP FIGHT LAZINESS AND A SEDENTARY LIFESTYLE We are not against sitting down, but we are against sitting down at work for 8-9 hours all your professional life. Everyone that has sat down all their career can and will tell you this.
Take a walk when you can, run if you must! But at work, why not take the stairs?Whether it’s opting to take the stairs instead of staying in a crowded smelly elevator, going to a shop instead of getting online deliveries, meeting with friends or getting up to talk to colleagues instead of only communicating over the phone or email, or even by walking short distances instead of taking the bus, we could all add some extra activity in our lives. 5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Take The Stairs. AFV Published March 24, 2016 372 Plays.
Subscribe Share. 1 rumble. Embed Share. Rumble / Compilations — More and more people are starting to take the stairs instead of the elevator in an effort to get in a little exercise throughout the workday.
Well for those of us who still prefer to take the. 5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Take The Stairs America’s Funniest Home Videos • March 24, 2016 More and more people are starting to take the stairs. If you’re interested in getting healthy in a really easy way, take a look at these great reasons to start taking the stairs today.
To Build Strong Legs. Taking the stairs will help you build incredible legs. It requires every muscle within the leg to climb stairs.
And the higher that you climb, the more fatigued and worked your leg muscles will be. The stairs allow you to accomplish cardio, toning, and muscle building all at once! WEIGHT LOSS: Stair climbing uses the largest muscles in your body to continuously carry your own body weight up throughout the entire workout, which means more calories burned!Here are five reasons why taking the stairs helps you stay fit: 1. It’s a free workout – Paying a bomb for the gym is not your style?
Hit the stairs! A mere seven minutes a day of climbing the stairs halves the risk of a heart attack over ten years. It can help greatly in preventing weight gain and keeps you healthy. If you’re like me and never take the time to exercise, walking up the stairs every once in a while is actually a really good idea. (Especially after I realized how out of shape I am. Seriously, it’s bad!) And in my attempt to get a months worth of exercise, I came across some much needed motivation!
Here’s why you should choose the stairs!Taking the stairs also positively impacts your mental health ♀️♂️. Not only has regular exercise been linked to mental health, but while you’re walking up those flights and flights you can challenge yourself in small ways that keep your brain occupied.
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