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how do i get fitter so i can run up the stairs without getting out of breath?

im really unfit okay i can run up the stairs without getting out of breath but not much more than that. im not unhealthy or fat i just have no strength or stamina.

i want to get fitter what can i do?
i don’t have loads of time to go to the gym or go out running

any ideas?

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12 Responses to “how do i get fitter so i can run up the stairs without getting out of breath?”

  1. brit said :

    try a kickboxing dvd

  2. Frank P said :

    just practice running up and down stairs

  3. TheBIgMaaan said :

    Your question basically says:
    “How do i get fitter? I don’t have enough time to exercise.”
    Well i’m afraid thats impossible. You only need to go on a 10 minute run 2 or 3 times a week.

  4. Carolien C said :

    The obvious way to burn fat is to eat less and move more often, the problems surface when we actually attempt to put that into operation! There are loads of stumbling blocks in the real world don’t you think?! The only method that clearly worked for me is wu-yi tea, it can be seen in the resource box below, they have a small number of free trials left, it has been reported in Reader’s Digest and USA Today. I melted away 20 pounds, it clearly does produce success!

  5. Vortex said :

    Get a physical to make sure nothing is wrong. If you are fine then run up the stairs as much as you can.

  6. Paul S said :

    All you need to is stuff like walking instead of taking the car, use the stairs not the lift, use your spare time to do things like bike riding and swimming.

    It’s not a huge commitment to get fit all you need to do is get into healthy habits.

  7. racheal m said :


  8. frostyg02uk said :

    Do it often.
    Some people have a natural fitness so they can do things without having to be fit through working out and they recovery from injuries quick too. I always notice if I dont play football for a while when i play again i struggle but it soon comes back to me. Depending on your own natural fitness level you might not have to go gym often but anything you do, do your notice after a while that run up stairs isnt that hard anymore.

  9. John B said :

    training day one run up one stair day two run up two stairs you get the picture

  10. Daniel M said :

    Running is the best, because it’s very easy to fit in. All you have to do is put on your shoes and you’re off. And if you don’t have the time to do this than you won’t have the time to get fit. The only way to get fit is to get yourself out of breath so your heart can get used to these situations, you have to make time for your fitness.

    On the other hand, you can try aerobic activities around the house such as running up and down stairs. But as I said before, 5 minutes running around the house will not make you fit – you have to make time for your health.

    Good luck. x

  11. mike h said :

    Cardio excercise, it really is as simple as that.

    And there are no short cuts, and no way around it. You have to do some excercise.

    Cardio exercise includes any form of excercise such as running/jogging/swimming/cycling etc that gets your heart rate pumping and you sweating and out of breath. It will not only burn calories and reduce your body fat levels, therefore making you ‘slimmer’ by having less fat on you, but will also improve your resting heart rate and lung function, making you healthier. And fitter.

    If you cant get to a gym, just run up and down the stairs, go for a run around the block. There are ways, just put the effort in.

  12. GoodGracious said :

    You don’t need *loads* of time, just a little if you just want to become ‘fitter’… if you wanted to become a true athlete, then yes, that would require a lot of time and effort, but that is not what you’re asking. You only need jog for 10 minutes 2 or 3 times a week; build up your time by doing walk/ run intervals untill you can manage this level fo exercise.


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