Training for Stadium Stomp

In order to reach your full potential at Stadium Stomp, we’ve enlisted the experts at Stair Climbing Australia (SCA) and their five week training program to help get you Stomp ready. According to SCA, five weeks is about the right amount of time to condition your muscles for the number of stairs you’ll encounter at any one of our events.

There are three programs (Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced) to choose from so there’s bound to be one that suits where you’re at. These will be sent to all participants for free via email as part of their registration with around the 6-7 weeks to go. Any training related questions from these program can be directed to Stair Climbing Australia.

If you’re registered for this season’s Stadium Stomp event and would like the Stair Climbing Australia 5 week program sooner, please contact us and we’ll send  it to you in advance of the scheduled time. Our email address is at the base of this page.

As always, please seek the advice from your health care professional before commencing any new fitness regime.

New To Stair Climbing?

If you’re still figuring it all out or yet to commit to Stadium Stomp, you’re most welcome to download our free 28 Day Stair Training Program right now, no strings attached.

This is an introduction to stair climbing designed to increase your overall fitness and strength on stairs in a way that’s fun. After all, we want you loving stair climbing so you’ll come back to us and take on the Ultimate Stair Climbing Challenge.

What Are The Benefits Of Stair Climbing?

If you’re new to stair climbing for fitness or are considering taking up stair climbing as part of your fitness regime, you’ll be pleased to learn that stair climbing has a multitude of health benefit. In addition to this it’s been found to out-perform many common forms of exercise. You’ll find more information on these things within the linked articles.

Looking For Stairs To Train On?

Nothing beats training for specificity. Swimmers train by swimming, cyclists train on bikes and stair climbers should train on stairs. Other activities can assist but nothing beats training your muscles for a specific task.

Whilst we can’t open up the stadiums for you to train on, you’re sure to find a good set of stairs near you with the help of this interactive map, or check out our top picks here for ADELAIDE, SYDNEY, MELBOURNE and BRISBANE

Want videos?

Granted, training for Stadium Stomp by simply going up and down stairs can get a little boring. Watch these videos for inspiration:

Total Stair Workout

Stair Workout for over 40’s

But wait there’s more!

We’ve got more training related articles. Simply click on the titles below to get there fast.

How to train for a stair climbing event

The training files – getting the most out of your Stadium Stomp experience

Six Tips and Techniques for Optimal Stair Climbing

Ready to get stomping?

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