Stair Climbers: Short Introduction
Did you know that stair climbing improves your cardiovascular fitness ?
By using stair climbers you are raising your heart rate. Thus, you are protecting it against high blood pressure, weight gain and clogged arteries.
Climbing a single set of stairs is not going to get you fit overnight. Most stair climbers start to feel stronger within a week and over a prolonged period those small everyday steps add up to big gains.
Using stair climbers is an easy way to make a difference to our long term wellbeing. It exercises our bones and muscles, improving strength, bone density and muscle tone.
Here are a couple of health benefits of using stair climbers:
● Easy to make a habit of.
● Saves up to 15 minutes per day and cuts carbon.
● Helps control weight and builds muscle tone.
● Reduces cardio risk by more than 30%.
● Burns more calories per minute than jogging.
● Increases ‘good cholesterol’.
● Fights stress.
● Aids sleep.
● Reduces risk of: stroke; cancer; obesity; type 2 diabetes.
Stair climbers eliminate most of the wear and tear on your joints. They are recommended especially for people who want to get in shape for skiing, climbing, hiking, and running.
By using stair climbers we are also exercising our bones and muscles, improving strength, bone density and muscle tone. This is especially important for women in sedentary office jobs as they have a significantly higher osteoporosis risk than men.
In addition, stair climbing is now so popular that more than 8,000 stairways have now been rated for calorie burn worldwide.
If you have further question on the matter don’t hesitate to contact the team at DME Lift. When you contact them you’ll be sure to find the most experienced advisors, project managers, and technicians in your community. You can find them in Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin.