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(ˈstɛərˌmæs tər, -ˌmɑ stər)
Trademark. an exercise machine for going through the motions of climbing stairs.
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"It can be almost like doing a StairMaster when you're going uphill," McIntyre says.
Visitors also can demo 21 pieces of new fitness equipment that arrived in December and include Technogym treadmills and flexibility machines; Precor treadmills, adaptive motion trainers, ellipticals and a StairMaster and Life Fitness cross trainers and treadmills.
(They used a treadmill, StairMaster, elliptical trainer, or stationary bike.) The people weren't told to change their diets.
Jun 22-Jul 22 STAIRMASTER WHY must you record my phone calls?
In February 2017, Core Health and Fitness introduced their latest technology called Stairmaster HIITMill, at the International Health Racquet and Sportsclub Association (IHRSA).
And anyway this is Mariah "I don't do stairs" Carey, the same woman who, in her episode of MTV show Cribs, took to the stairmaster in a pair of four-inch high stilettos.
2, Carey shared a ( photo of herself using a stairmaster. In the snap, the 46-year-old singer is leaning on the machine while showing off her rear and toned legs.
At age 40, and with a day job at General Mills, Loeb might seem an unlikely mountaineer, but she's transformed herself into one through mental focus and steady training--over a year of running and climbing on the stairmaster while wearing a backpack with a sandbag in it, to meet the fitness standards required of such a task.
Out: Getting on your Stairmaster. RIP, Devil machine.
The former showgirl has been building her stamina all summer on elliptical and Stairmaster machines, doing ab work and lifting 5-pound weights at home.
Other onsite amenities that add to the enjoyment of those staying at this unique resort include two NHL-size hockey rinks, a refreshing indoor pool and a health club featuring cardio equipment, free weights, a Stairmaster and treadmills.
It looks like something that might have fallen off a Neolithic StairMaster. The piece recalls seminal works from the 1960s, such as Bruce Nauman's A Cast of the Space Under My Chair, 1965-68, Joseph Beuys's Fat Chair, 1964, and the "sculptural demonstrations" of Danish artist Bjorn Norgaard.