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Fun exercise machine that's small on space, BIG on workout! This Stamina Electronic Mini-Stepper boasts a compact design for use virtually anywhere. Tone your hips, thighs and calves. It measures and displays time and steps on the LCD display so you set goals and track your progress. Sturdy steel construction. Holds up to 250 lbs. Takes 2 AA batteries. Measures 12 1/4 x 12 x 16 1/4". Order ONLINE Today! Stamina Electronic Mini-Stepper
Limited in space but still want a great cardiovascular workout? Look no further than the Stamina InStride electronic stepper, which offers a footprint of only 12 inches wide by 16 inches long. As a result, you can use your InStride stepper just about anywhere--in front of the TV, while on the phone, in your sunroom, outside on the patio, or even at work. The InStride stepper is even small enough to toss into a workout bag and take on vacation. The stepper is equipped with two hydraulic cylinders that create a stepping motion similar to those of commercial stair steppers. As you step, you work your calves, thighs, buttocks, and core while boosting your cardio, helping you burn calories and fat. The InStride's battery-operated multifunction fitness monitor, meanwhile, times each workout and counts the number of steps, so you can stay motivated and on track to reach your fitness goals.
Construction details include a steel frame and wide, textured foot pedals for stability. The InStride, which weighs 20 pounds, carries a one-year warranty on the frame and a 90-day warranty on parts.
About Stair Steppers
Stair steppers continue to be popular options for home exercise. They offer the same benefits as running stairs, but with the "any time, in any weather, without having to leave the comfort and safety of your home" convenience. Stair steppers don't take up much space, require moderate balance and coordination, and can provide an effective workout for all levels of users, from beginners to serious competitors.
Following on the heels of treadmills and exercise bikes, stair steppers took their first step towards fitness machine success in the early 1980s. Like most exercise equipment, stair steppers have come a long way technically speaking. For example, advanced computers on most new models allow users to track their vitals at a glance. However, the most crucial benefits of stair steppers remain the impacts of cardiovascular and muscle tone fitness. Stair steppers continue to offer an exercise that is less jarring than treadmills, but more intense than elliptical trainers.
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Initially, I liked the device - simple to set up, worked well, does not take up a lot of space, etc. Read more
I like this stepper, the only thing it that it is very steep when you use it. Other than that, it good.Published 8 months ago by Yashi
Good product. Great delivery time. Arrived as promised. Love Amazon.Published 12 months ago by raf dog
its small, taking up very little space, but it does the trick when you need a quick workout. I jump on there for 20 minutes and will be able to do over 2000 steps and find my legs... Read morePublished 19 months ago by JM2742
Worked great, until the cable snapped. Also, could feel some "play" in the bolt before the cable snapped.
It did not last as long as I would have hoped.
This stepper earns high marks from me for quality, lightness, portability and delivering a great workout! Read morePublished on January 29, 2013 by Mrs Reese's Pieces
Easy to use, no issues, ran well however I never used it. I just sold it to a friend and know she will use it.Published on January 27, 2013 by Kat Silva
Bought this 6 months ago and it now is leaking black fluid which smells like rubber burning. I can't contact anyone to replace the item on Amazon website, because there is no link... Read morePublished on June 1, 2012 by Tony
The problem with this item is two-fold. First, it heats up quite a bit and as it heat up offers less resistance, so it is not like a large stepper which maintains a steady... Read morePublished on October 10, 2011 by D197