Posture’s very important, as I kind of alluded
to in the last segment of working on the Stair Master. Why posture is so important is because
the better posture we have in life, but especially when you’re exercising, is the better benefits
we’re going to get–better results we’re going to get from that exercise. So you want to
pull your belly button into your spine, push your chest out. You want to have a proud chest,
shoulders are going to go back, and that is the type of posture you want to have while
your stepping. And I can just demonstrate that real quick while I’m here on this little
Stair Master. And this is also important if you were doing this, let’s say at the gym
on the big Stair Master, or if you were doing this while you’re hiking up Keleback Mountain,
or the stairs in LA, or maybe you’re in New York City, or wherever you are, you want to
keep your chest up, and your head, you need to know where you’re going. Think about that.
Where am I going. That’s where you want to focus on, and not put your head down or hunch
over. This is bad, this is good. Again, work on pushing that chest forward, shoulders back,
pull that belly button into the spine, and be proud to be on that Stair Master. And that
is how you can work on good posture while on the Stair Master.