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Central Park Adds New Productive Stairs in Santa Clarita

Courtesy of Instagram
Courtesy of Instagram

The new stairs in central park have been such an uplift to the residents in SCV. Today, there are many local residents that are using those stairs for a new workout routine and more! 

Did you know that the new staircase has about 172 steps! Resident Cervantes states, “The first set of steps were steep and that was kind of hard for me. But once I made it,the other ones got easier.” Many people use them to get in a good workout such as speeding through them or even just walking.For people that don’t really exercise this could be a new way to start.Increasing your stamina and strength. Raising your heart rate and burning calories. People who have disabilities or illnesses that can’t do anything active could go try these, as they don’t involve too much movement. You could even listen to your favorite podcast or music!

Although the stairs improve your health, they also bring the community together! People who work these stairs could meet new people and bring a better mindset to each other. They could plan more hangouts and set new goals for both. It could be a great sunset date for friends, couples, and family while you could bring snacks or non alcoholic beverages. When doing these steps and working them out we all say positive comments and push everyone to the top could make someone’s day! Knowing all of this just brings such a positive outcome to these stairs. So let’s see what else central park has coming for us.

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