Active Lifestyle Series: Take the Stairs!

INCLUDE THE STAIRS IN YOUR WORKOUT

There are so many benefits to taking the stairs, and making them part of your workout, including the improvement of muscle strength, increasing metabolism, flexibility and heart health. It also involves using your core, leg, back and arm muscles. In fact, taking the stairs at work burns seven times more calories than taking the elevator.

running the stairs and wearing PONY-O

Like any other weight-bearing activity, taking the stairs can also help strengthen your bones. This is especially beneficial for women as we age, helping to prevent loss of bone density or osteoporosis. And since there's no short-supply of stairs, no special equipment is required.

Running the stairs in PONY-O

NOTHING MATCHES PONY-O's HOLD

What's more frustrating than just getting started on an intense workout, only to have to stop and readjust your sagging ponytail? Not much, unless it's repeating that process multiple times. PONY-O's secure and comfortable hold is one of its best features. Our unique, patented design shapes to fit any hair type, and the copper core holds its shape until you're ready to take it out. That's a win for anyone who's into fitness. Oh! Did we mention that the PONY-O's silicone coating is also sweat proof? 🙌🏻

That's a win!

Why not stock up on PONY-O products to help eliminate the frustration of constant ponytail adjustments during your workout?

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Questions? Contact us at 303-838-6976, or support@ponyo.com

Into fitness? Check out more of our blogs:

How to Keep Your Hair Secure While Working Out

The Best Hairstyles for Yoga, Using PONY-O and BUN BARZ

SPEAKING OF STAIRS...

Our offices are located only a few minutes away from the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheater, known for its concerts, and the best stair workout ever! The thin air, combined with the stairs, make it a popular workout destination for professional Denver sports teams like the Nuggets (pictured), Broncos, Rockies, Avs and Rapids.

Denver Nuggets running the stairs at Red Rocks