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Is it true that going up multiple steps is harmful?
Once in a week I make a 2.5 hours walk that in the middle of it there is a few hundred steps up. A friend of mine (that has nothing to do with fitness) just told me recently that upclimbing steps is ...
Jun 20 '13 at 1:13
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