Steppers

Steppers are complete cardiovascular machines, practical and easy to use, letting you exercise the lower body and the abdominals. They simulate the natural movement you make when you climb a staircase. As well as working on and toning your legs, thighs, glutes and calves, steppers give you a complete workout while taking up very little space at home. More info

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  • Incline/decline/flat has 3 position angle support. Clips to attach resistance tubes for a varied workout.
    Reebok Deck Deck Black/Red
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    • Step/bench platform 3 position angle support. Incline/decline bench. 2 height positions - 20cm/35cm. Internal storage for weights/resistance tubes. Resistance tube included. Includes workout DVD. Colour: Blue/White.
      Reebok Elements Deck Blue
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      • High quality product with anti-slip surface.
        Reebok Elements Step (blue)
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        • This is the ideal platform for group classes to perform a large range of basic and more complex exercises.
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          Reebok Step Red/Black

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          • Multi-purpose functional training platform provides a huge diverse range of exercises. By providing the effect of instability, it naturally forces different muscles in your body to maintain balance.
            Reebok Step EasyTone Grey
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            • Three simple height adjustments give you the option to adjust workout intensity as your fitness improves.
              Tunturi Aerobic Step Compact
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              A buyer's guide to steppers


              The main benefits to training with steppers are the following:

              • · Intense toning of legs, thighs, glutes and calves.
              • · Give a comfortable and easy cardiovascular workout.
              • · Work your heart and improve circulation.
              • · Gentle on your joints.
              • · You can adjust the intensity, the positions and the exercise methods.

              Although the stepper provides a simple exercise, certain aspects of the apparatus can guarantee a more comfortable workout, better adapted to the needs of the user, and so it is worth paying attention to these points before making your purchase:

              • 1) Type of Stepper
              • 2) Resistance
              • 3) Display or screen
              • 4) Maximum User Weight
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              1) Type of Stepper

              There are basically two types of steppers: steppers and step machines. Steppers are much smaller and more economical than step machines, but the latter guarantee a more complete cardiovascular workout as well being more comfortable to use as they incorporate a support in the upper part which helps your workout.

              2) Resistance

              The resistance of a stepper may be hydraulic or electronic. Hydraulic resistance is generated through air or a hydraulic liquid, and it can be adjusted by turning a pressure gauge. Electronic resistance guarantees smoother, less jerky movement with more predictable changes in resistance, while although the hydraulic steppers are cheaper, they are a little bulkier.

              3) Display or screen

              Some models include a screen on which you can see programmes and information relevant to the activity being carried out.

              4) Maximum User Weight

              Before acquiring a stepper, it is worth making sure that the user's weight is less than maximum weight authorised for use, as heeding this guideline guarantees that the machine will last a long time.

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