Why do people use the stairmaster?
The stairmaster seems to be a more and more popular option at the gym. Ever wonder why?
Picture yourself at the set of the Rocky scene.
He’s training hard and sprinting up those stairs, sweating at 4:30 AM.
Working his butt off to train hard and beat his archenemy Ivan Drago.
Now picture yourself looking at the line of Stairmasters at the gym. I’m sure this doesn’t give you the same feeling as you would feel if you were in that Rocky scene.
So why do people do the stairs like that?
Did Rocky start a revolution and make everyone want to do stairs, making it a huge fad?
I’m sure you see people on the Stairmaster at the gym and wonder why people do that versus some other cardio exercises that are just as well the same.
Like the treadmill, or the elliptical.
Or the bicycle.
The basis of this answer comes from the nature of the stairmaster and what you are getting out of it.
On the stairs, you are continuing...
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