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chatgem chatgem
Wed, Apr 21, 2010 22:04
Add Stair Climbing to Exercise
May-be I missed it, but I could not find it in the work-out category.
I may be posting this is the wrong place also, but I am new.
I saw that you could add water, so perhaps you could help me find stair climbing as well.

lelogosdemoi lelogosdemoi
Charlotte NC
Thu, Apr 22, 2010 12:04
Stairclimbing Machine
It's called "Stairclimbing Machine" and it's under cardio exercises. For some reason it doesn't come up when you search by "stair" or "climber" - if you just pull up all cardio exercises you can select it from the list - hit the heart to make it a favorite and then it'll show at the top of the list next time so you don't have the scroll thru to find it.

ldevany ldevany
Mon, May 10, 2010 00:05
They need to add going up and down staircases. I do it all day long and dont record it because it is not listed.

lumpalicious lumpalicious
Tue, May 11, 2010 15:05
I also just looked for this. I work on the 4th floor in a medical building and usually take the elevator, but was thinking I might want to run up and down the stairs a couple times a day. I wonder if logging it as stair-climber minutes would be approximately the same?

checkmeout83 checkmeout83
Tue, May 11, 2010 20:05
stair-climber minute
It will. Usually you will use the same force & strength as you would if you were doing a stair climber, minus the support of the handle bars. I highly recommend it. You will see a difference on your cardio endurance by the time you hit the gym. Any time you can get any type of exercise or physical activity through out the day, do it.

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