9 benefits of climbing stairs

9 benefits of climbing stairs


9 benefits of climbing stairs

  1. A good way to melt fat

It takes nothing but a desire to start climbing stairs. Even if you live, there is none – you will find somewhere else with ease. Climbing stairs is one of the most effective cardio-exercises for burning calories – it ranks before running (23% more efficient), swimming (250%), cycling (63%) and walking (300%).

If you really fail to find stairs anywhere, I will show you in the gym a device that does exactly this exercise – climbing stairs.

  1. Improves metabolism

Climbing stairs increases our metabolism not only during the boarding itself, but even after.

  1. Improves self-esteem & immunity

Like any short intensive exercise, it improves the vigor, the immune system and with this – self-esteem.

  1. Pre-eds from diseases

Climbing stairs lowers the risk of diabetes, high blood pressure and osteoporosis.

  1. Improves endurance

Climbing stairs improves endurance in everyday action because it positively acts on our heart and lungs.  It also enhances the effectiveness of its subsequent workouts, which is why this exercise is used by the best athletes in the world.

  1. Activates muscles & improves balance

Climbing stairs activates the muscles of the lower part of the body, and depending on the performance of the whole body.

  1. Making your butt sexy

Climbing stairs is perfect for shaping the lower body – beautiful legs and sexy butt.

  1. Strengthens the heart

Climbing stairs significantly lowers heart rate and lowers the risk of a heart attack. Like any cardio exercise, this effect is not long-lasting, so we need to repeat the exercise several times a week.

  1. Increases longevity

With its wide range of diverse health benefits, climbing stairs improves our lifestyle, our immunity, reduces stress, improves endurance and strengthens the heart, and with all this life expectancy.


Climbing stairs, especially for larger people before losing weight, when overdone can be harmful and quite burdensome for the joints. The descent is no less stressful. Each person is different and you can trust the judgment of our nutrition coaches, who will recommend to everyone suitable for their physical activity.

I’ve hardly used an elevator in the last few years, even though I live on the sixth floor.

Do you go upstairs a lot?