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Nordic Track Stair Stepper Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Nordic Track Stair Stepper.

Over 110 Cardio Workout Ideas

You all probably know how great aerobic activity is for your heart, body and mind. After all, regular cardio exercise has been shown to reduce body fat, decrease total cholesterol, boost mood, lower resting heart rate, and improve heart and lung func...  Read more

Burn 20% More Calories with This Walking Technique

Eventually, most people who walk for fitness will reach the point when walking alone no longer challenges them or helps them see results. If that sounds like you, then Nordic walking may be just what you need. First used as a summer training method b...  Read more

How to Use the Stair Stepper

If you’ve never tried a stair stepping machine (StairMaster, stair climber, etc.), you’re missing out on a fantastic cardio exercise that strengthens your legs and lungs at the same time. A stair stepper is a moderate-intensity option tha...  Read more

Reference Guide to Warming Up

SparkPeople’s Exercise Reference Guides offer an in-depth look at the principles of fitness. What is a Warm Up? A warm up is the act of preparing for an athletic event or workout by exercising or practicing for a short time beforehand....  Read more

Outdoor Adventures Fit for Families

Have you thought about how great it would be to include your family in your pursuit to exercise more regularly? Family exercise will improve the health of your loved ones, make exercise more fun, and at the same time develop stronger connections betw...  Read more

Who is tracking their food today? I think I might
Updated 11/26/2015 4:09:17 PM

Who is tracking their food today? I think I might be too overwhelmed to do it....  Read more

Go to your food tracking page on a

Go to your food tracking page on and that is where you will see the button to edit your favorites. Recent foods cannot be edited; they just change as you track more food....  Read more

pretty stoked- wasnt able to track food all day. j
Updated 11/25/2015 11:06:35 PM

pretty stoked- wasnt able to track food all day. just got them all in and it was only off by -9 calories! we even went out to eat and everything, so hooray for intuitive eating! :D...  Read more

I have stubbornly refused to track my food, but th
Updated 11/25/2015 10:01:37 PM

I have stubbornly refused to track my food, but this site/app makes it so easy and I am holding myself accountable, yay! We had food at work today and I was able to only take a spoonful of what I wanted to try, so I could save for dinner...  Read more

Welcome! Start by tracking your nutrition for a wh

Welcome! Start by tracking your nutrition for a while to build a baseline for what you consume, when and how much...then you can make changes to that. Layer on exercise on top of that, + plenty of water and consistent sleep....  Read more

Get more out of your walk!

-Try Nordic Walking (walking with poles)-Burns up to 46% more calories than regular walking! -Strengthen your upper body! -Reduce the stress on the joints! -Normal walking/jogging, , only uses approximately 70% of the muscle mass in the while Nordic...  Read more

Shape Up

I use the Shape Up On the Wii three days a week. Jenny McCarthy's avatar is encouraging. When it gets to easy the program note it and steps up the pace. She encourages with positive remarks. She is fun and challenging. I work out on the elliptical an...  Read more

Proud Blue Liberals

Just a friendly little group from the other side of the political tracks. No mudslinging or nastiness. All are welcome....  Read more

8 Ways to Step-Up Your Walking Workouts

Walking is a great form of exercise, whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned athlete. It’s cheap. It’s accessible. It doesn’t require any fancy equipment. And it’s something that nearly everyone can do.Walking is a big p...  Read more

Cross-Training Activities for Runners

The old running adage is as follows, “in order to run, one must run”—this is commonly referred to as the Principle of Specificity of Training. In other words, in order for you to become a more efficient runner, you must spend time running. But doing...  Read more