Back in 1981 a record was set by Robert C. Jezequel who climbed up the CN Tower 17 times in 11 hours and 17 minutes. Each time he descended by lift.
We are going to break this record, by not only completing more then 17 times up the CN Tower but by also descending down the stairs of the CN Tower as well
We now have a new forum for discussions on StairClimbing and health related topics like weight loss and nutritional supplementation.[…]
In part four of Achieving Fitness Success we take a look at developing the right “combination” for fitness success.
Its 2011 and stairclimbing is the best way to become fit! Do you not believe me?
Well here is some proof. You know what they say the proof is in the pudding!
Just like running their are specific “Phases” in stairclimbing.
This brief article will take a look at the five different phases of stairclimbing
The basic phases of climbing stairs consist of:
1) The Catch Phase
2) The Stance Phase
3) The Drive Phase
4) The Recover Phase
5) The Upper Body Motion
With all the new technology that we posses in today’s society, the basic fitness lessons have been lost in the dark.
The Ipad, Iphone, and all those cool apps that supposedly help you become more fit have really stopped individuals from achieving their true fitness potential.
It is time to get “Back to the Basics” when it comes to improving health and losing body fat.
Are you an runner and want to improve your performance? Are you entering a 10 km race, half marathon or marathon? Do you want some variety in your training workouts? Looking for a different type of “hill” training?
Stairclimbing is such a great tool for runners of all different calibers to improve their overall performance. Whether you are a beginner or advanced runner you will benefit from adding a stairclimbing workout to your training routine once or twice a week.
In this ongoing series we will take a look at how you can achieve all your fitness goals in 2011 and really vitalize and energize your body.In the last blog we talked about the five mistakes that people make when trying to get fit and healthy. In part two we take a look at different success strategies that will make a huge difference in your health for 2011.
As we enter the holiday season it is important to realize that we must live in gratitude for all that we have. When you live in gratitude miracles can happen to you and the people around you.
My name is Trevor Folgering Founder of The Canada StairClimbing Association. The Canada StairClimbing Association is an organization who’s mission and purpose is to promote the activity and sport of stair climbing and help individuals become more fit and healthy using the modality of climbing stairs.