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Stepper

Step by Step - compact fitness training with the stepper

There is hardly any piece of equipment that can give you as much power in such a compact size as the stepper.
The stairs to more fitness Climbing stairs is not only useful in everyday life for a better body feeling, but also a great workout. Exercising on the stepper strengthens your legs, your back, your butt and can be integrated into everyday life with ease.

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Step by Step - effective conditioning and muscle training with the stepper

The stepper has been a classic piece of fitness equipment for decades. The compact equipment has proven itself both in the gym and for home training. Like hardly any other piece of training equipment, the stepper combines flexibility, space-saving and effective training for the problem zones from buttocks to hips. Dive into our stepper range now and find your perfect workout partner for home today.

Why training with the stepper keeps you fit

The stepper doesn't bear its name for nothing. After all, it simulates climbing stairs with every "step". This is exactly what makes it the ideal training device for strengthening thighs, calves and buttocks. In fact, the motion sequence of climbing stairs stresses the active musculature many times more than simple walking. This not only ensures optimal strengthening of the target muscles, but also drives up calorie consumption. After all, during stepper training, the body's largest cohesive muscle group is working at full speed. Strengthening muscles and at the same time melting unpopular fat pads is no problem. But that's not all, because of its small size, the stepper training is possible everywhere. Whether in the living room in front of the TV, with music and mirror in the specially equipped training room or in the garden in the sunshine. It's entirely up to you. And the best thing is: After the workout, you can easily store your stepper in the closet or under the bed.

Which stepper suits me?

As with almost all fitness equipment, there is no one model for the stepper. In fact, there are three main types available on the market, each with different features:

  • Mini-Stepper: The Mini-Stepper is a particularly compact design. This allows it to fit anywhere, even in small apartments, when it is not needed. Classic mini steppers are available both with and without a training computer.
 
  • Side-Stepper: In terms of design, side-steppers are similar to the classic mini-stepper. The big difference is that the stepping motion is not only vertical. Depending on the model, the step deviates to the side in a V-shape. This in turn means that the buttocks and the adductors on the inside of the thighs are subjected to greater strain.
 
  • Cross-Stepper: Classic steppers do not require any superstructure. The cross stepper, on the other hand, is significantly larger. In addition to being driven by a flywheel, it has comfortable handles for a particularly pleasant and ergonomic workout. In addition, cross-steppers are suitable for particularly ambitious recreational athletes due to their numerous training options.

What you should look for when buying a stepper

You alone decide which design is most suitable for you. However, some characteristics always play a role in the purchase. First and foremost the dimensions, the resistance, the slip resistance and last but not least the equipment of the stepper:

  • Installation dimensions: The less space you have available, the smaller the installation dimensions of the stepper should be. While compact stowable models are suitable for small one-room apartments, large models like cross steppers are more suitable for large living rooms, bedrooms or workout rooms.

  • Resistance: You just want to get in a little exercise and reach your daily step goal? Then a simple model with low resistance is a good choice. If, on the other hand, you want to get serious about your fitness on a regular basis, machines with computer-adjustable resistance are the ideal choice.

  • Slip resistance: Nothing is more annoying and dangerous than a slippery stepper that also tends to tip over. When buying, make sure that the machine of your choice has high-quality rubber feet and a sufficient weight. The rule is: the heavier, the more stable the stand.

  • Equipment: How the equipment should turn out depends on your personal training goal. If you want to benefit from extensive training programs and infinitely variable resistance control, a device with a computer is a must. Also practical are installable training bands (power bands), if you want to work your upper body at the same time.