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Stair Climbing

Sunday, October 20, 2019

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Yet another great article on the benefits of moving, the news feeds have been generous this week!
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  • WATERMELLEN
    Can't get the article but . . . I do live in a 3 storey house!!!
    19 days ago
  • SUSMANNIE
    I really need to rev up the exercise. We have stairs at work, and I try to log as much mileage as possible.
    23 days ago
  • SWEETNEEY
    Interesting.
    24 days ago
  • QUIETWARRIOR
    I had once read that if you moved from a 2 story home to a one story, (if nothing else changed) you would gain about 10 pounds the first year.

    Any amount of stair climbing is good if your knees can handle it.

    Thanks for the article.
    25 days ago
  • CONTROUBLE
    When I worked on the 5th floor at my old job, I always used the stairs. When I worked on the 3rd floor in my old building at the current job, I took the stairs almost hourly. Now I'm on the 10th floor...
    I do take the stair up or down to get to meetings that aren't on my floor. I have started taking the elevator to 8 and walking up the rest of the way - tall building and each floor is 2 flights of stairs. Soon I will need to change to getting off at 7, then 6, then 5 since my company has all those floors. I did take the stairs all the way up after a fire drill my first week in this building - thought it was gonna take forever to get all the way up.
    25 days ago
  • EDLEAR
    Yes! I love stair climbing as a cardio choice. Some days at work I’m able to take multiple runs up and down,up and down. I wish that I had more than the one flight at home, I would definitely incorporate this one into my daily routine
    25 days ago
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  • RETIREESMITH
    Thanks for sharing the links with us.
    25 days ago
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