Follow These Steps To Tone Up That Butt
A StairMaster is designed to be used for steady-state exercise for an extended period of time, and the speed and resistance level can be adjusted to meet your individual exercise needs. 30 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise five days a week is recommended for adults to maintain good physical health.
Your "glutes," the muscles that make up your butt and hips, are actually three muscles: the gluteus maximus, the gluteus medius and the gluteus minimus. The StairMaster exercises all three of these muscles with the upward stepping motion required to use the machine as designed. As the StairMaster is designed for cardio exercise, using it can increase your heart rate for an extended period of time, helping you burn calories and lose body fat. The StairMaster will help you burn calories, helping you lose weight and overall body fat. at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise every week, or 75 minutes of vigorous exercise. That works out to 30 minutes of moderate exercise or 15 minutes of vigorous exercise every weekday. Keep track of how long you work out on the Stairmaster; if your workout lasted 10 minutes or more at a moderate or vigorous intensity, it counts toward your total exercise quota for the day. Adjust the stepper's intensity level until your heart rate goes up and you break a sweat, and you've reached a moderate intensity. If you step so fast that you breathe hard and fast and can only get a few words out at a time, you're working out vigorously. Although steppers don't offer upper-body workout options like elliptical trainers do, they still activate enough muscles to provide a strenuous cardiovascular workout. Contact us today and mention this article to receive 10% off your purchase of any Stairmaster product.