On any given day you might find dozens of folks running the stairs over at Hughes Stadium or the Sacramento City College Stadium. They’re not looking for the best seats for the next big game. Instead, they’re indulging in a perfect workout routine: running stairs. Going up and down stairs has long been considered a great way to get in a little extra exercise. If you don’t believe that stair climbing is a good exercise then why does every gym have a Stair Master machine? If you have the opportunity at your workplace, you’ll probably a lot better off taking the stairs every day than the elevator. Of course, this is not meant to sky scrapers!
For the dedicated stair runners, nothing beats those athletic stadiums for a good work out. Naturally, you don’t have to head outdoors to get a good stair workout; not when you’ve got a perfectly good flight of treads in your own home. While it might not seem like you’re working out by climbing up and down your stairs, you’re actually giving your heart a chance to pump more blood and oxygen throughout your body which is a good thing any time of the day.
For the serious stair workout, you could add some ankle weights or carry small dumbbells. All of this is meant to strengthen your muscles and keep you in good health. However, there is a time when taking the stairs might not be so much fun and that’s when you’ve got to clean out your basement of all your junk. Yes, its easy going down stairs with an arm full of stuff, but it’s that climb back up that is where you’ll feel the “burn.” This is often why our basements become overflowed with junk: we just don’t want to carry anything back up the stairs.
If you’re finally ready to reclaim your basement and get rid of the junk then you can hire a team of professional junk haulers like Junk King Sacramento to help you accomplish this mission. These junk haulers won’t have any trouble taking the stairs. In fact, they do this every day. If there were ever an Olympic event in stair climbing, the professional junk haulers would surely bring home the gold!
Whether they need 2 trips or 2 dozen, their goal is to help you get rid of all that basement junk once and for all. In some extreme cases, a new home owner could inherit basement junk from the previous owner because they never had the means of moving it out. (Pass me the piano?). That’s when you really need to take charge and take back your basement. If you can get rid of all that junk there is not telling what you can do in that space. Between a bedroom for a teen or a home theatre for the whole family, you can turn your basement into something practical. And yes, you’ll still be able to work out on the stairs!