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Stamina Products, Inc. began building exercise equipment twenty-two years ago. Over time, their scope broadened beyond stationary bikes and rowers to include home Pilates reformers. This quickly led to the invention of the patented Free-Form Cardio Rebounder, and AeroPilates was born.
Not only did AeroPilates bring Pilates reformer exercise out of the studio and into the home, it also ramped up the traditional Pilates flexibility and strengthening exercises by adding effective, low-impact cardiovascular exercise. With the AeroPilates reformer, Stamina had created one exercise machine that provides all the training needed for a lean, lithe, young looking, and healthy body.
All of Stamina's exercise equipment shows attention to innovation and function. Stamina's exercise bikes, rowers, elliptical trainers, adjustable dumbbells, home gyms, and accessories are built to fit almost any household, from the smallest to the largest of spaces. Looking to the future means learning from the past: keeping and improving on what works and finding new solutions that fit people's lifestyles. Stamina believes fitness should be fun, affordable, and convenient so it's part of every day. Stamina Products creates exercise systems With Your Body in Mind®.
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The padding on the left handle for dips came damaged, with bits and pieces torn off. Otherwise perfect.Published 3 days ago by ch
Easy assembly, takes up very little space. Great for getting pull ups and such in at home.Published 9 days ago by Jeremy Stull
amazing quality for less than $100. beautifully designed, easy to set-up, quite sturdy.Published 11 days ago by Joel Greene
I was nervous about buying this thing... all chatter about it being super shaky and what not. I'm happy to say, you have very little to worry about. Read morePublished 13 days ago by NYsteve
i works wonders especially when your doing dips and pull ups, and also for stretching.Published 16 days ago by kauaiansmiles
Not for heavier (200+ pounds) and taller (5'10" +) people, unless you're good at controlling your body's tendency to swing during a pullup, or you're willing to bend your knees... Read morePublished 19 days ago by SC