Will climb the stairs to fit?

Climbing the stairs is more and more popular, the climbing stairs are mainly the power of the lower limbs, then climb the stairs will not be long? Will the leg muscles become thick? Let's take a look!

First let's take a look at the type of thick legs.

Fat type

If the legs are very thick, I feel very soft when I use your hand, all the white flowers of fat, loose, there are many orange tissue on the thigh, which proves that the thick legs should be used to eliminate the legs. Fat will make the legs more slender.

2. Edema type

The office worker is sitting for a long time, causing unhealthy foods such as the legs of the legs, plus unhealthy foods such as snacks, and causes the leg lymph toxin to accumulate, so that the legs become swollen. This leg needs to improve eating habits, and do more exercise to eliminate edema.

3. Muscle type

This rough leg is that there is a large muscle on the leg belly. However, these muscles are not necessarily motion, travel, and shopping will make the legs stronger.

Climbing the stairs is a movement for the lower body. If you climb the stairs with appropriate strength and speed, you can do your leg fat, tighten your leg muscles, and shape the leg curve. To prevent long muscles from climbing the stairs, it is necessary to control the speed and exercise amount of the climbing staircase. To maintain a state of aerobic movement, it can achieve the purpose of eliminating fat and elongate curves.

For muscle-type thick legs, it should pay attention to aerobic breathing when climbing stairs. The muscles of the legs are developed, and they will not feel so hard, but don't climb too high, too fast, so I won't enter an oxygen-free movement, which will not stimulate the muscles so that the legs make the legs.

As long as the amount of exercise and method are appropriate, climbing the stairs will not make the legs long muscles, but also beautify the leg curves, reach the purpose of stovepipe.

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