What Muscles Used to Climb Stairs?

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The muscles which are used to climb stairs include gluteus maximus, hamstrings, quadriceps, iliacus, psoas major and psoas minor. An hour of climbing the stairs can burn 366 calories. Although, it will still depend on many factors such as weight.
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Hamstrings.
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Abdominals, Lower Back, Glutes, Quads, Hamstrings, and calves.
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Their called the adductor muscles and they are a group of
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Exact number not known. Stair climbing uses leg muscles, esp. quadriceps (front of thighs) & buttocks. If you climbed for 30 mins you'd burn 300 cals
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