Tour de stade
A tour de stade (French: [tuːʁ də stad], “tour of the stadium”) is a physical exercise in which a person runs up and down all the stairs in every section of a stadium. The practice is associated in particular with Harvard Stadium at Harvard University, where it has been practiced for at least twenty years. Long-distance runners use the exercise to develop explosiveness.
In popular culture
- Deborah Hirsch Peeples (2006-10-12). "A fine line between mothering, stalking". The Boston Globe. Retrieved 2007-11-04.
- Bob Brown (2004-11-14). "In an Ivy League of their own: Stadium provides ultimate workout". The Boston Globe. Retrieved 2007-11-04.
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