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Step Up

1. Informal; to increase. For example, one's income may increase until one "steps up" into a higher marginal tax rate.

2. In convertible securities, a scheduled increase in the conversion price. Step-ups also apply to warrants and options. For example, if a shareholder owns convertible preferred stock at a conversion price of $10 per share, a step-up may involve an increase in the conversion price to $12 per share. The terms under which the security is sold outline the amount of the step-up and when it takes place. Because step-ups are contrary to the interest of buyers, there is little demand for securities with step-ups, and, as a result, they are a relatively rare feature of convertible securities.

step-up

A scheduled increase in the exercise or conversion price at which a warrant, an option, or a convertible security may be used to acquire shares of common stock. For example, a warrant may permit its owner to purchase ten shares of stock at $20 per share up to a specified date and at $22.50 per share thereafter until the warrant expires. The step-up works to the disadvantage of the holder, however. It is not a feature of most of these securities.
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After that we did circuits like shuttle runs, sit-ups, step-ups, crunches, skipping, plank, side planks, jumping jacks and rest..
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Exercises such as body weight squats and lunges (correct form is imperative in this case), leg extensions for isolating and strengthening the quad muscles, leg curls for strengthening hamstrings and small step-ups to start training the leg muscles and not the knee joint to take the pressure of everyday movements.
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