Adults need two hours and 30 minutes a week of moderate-intensity exercise to stay fit, based on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's most recent guidelines. You can use common objects in your environment, such as stairs, to achieve the health benefits of aerobic exercise without ever setting foot in a gym. Fit exercise into your schedule whenever you can. Stair climbing for just 10 minutes, three times a day, for example, will total 30 minutes of heart-strengthening exercise, putting you well on your way to becoming fit.
Stairs provide an unusual but effective opportunity for exercise. Athletes and sportsmen often use stadium stairs for workouts. New York-based certified personal trainer and physical education teacher Virgil Aponte notes in "Ultimate Stair Exercises for Fitness & Weight Loss" that stair workouts are also effective for general conditioning and weight management. You can perform stair exercises using stairs to help develop your fitness and to control your weight.
|Product name||GH-455 (& GH-459 BUS STEP) EXERCISE STALRS WITH BUS STEP|
|Material||Steel with powder coating, Antislip PVC sheet|
|Dimensions (L type)||2,136 x 2,079 x 1,700 (H) mm|
|Dimensions (straight type)||1,221 x 2,994 x 1,700 (H) mm|
|Height||600 mm from floor to platform|
|Handrails||Dia. 34 mm, Width 750 mm|
|Step height||150 mm x 4 steps, 200 mm x 3 steps,
400 mm and 200 mm x 1 each as bus steps
|Platform dimensions||850 x 850 mm|
|Step dimensions||780 x 300 mm|
|Handrail height||570, 680, 790, 900 (H) mm 4 steps from the step|