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SPRI Step360 Pro Trainer
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- Training wall chart, hand pump
- Instructor DVD containing two 18-minute 360 Training programs
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The Step360 step aerobics platform is the revolutionary way to burn calories and lose weight at home. This unique platform is set on two adjustable air chambers designed to create instability. As you use the equipment, your body is forced to utilize both large and small muscle groups to find balance. More calories are burned, making weight loss easier. Realize a more effective total body workout in less time than a traditional step aerobics platform with the Step360.
Step360 Pro Training DVD
Included with the Step360 Pro is an instructional DVD led by well-known fitness experts Robert Sherman and Abbie Appel, who conduct two 18-minute Step360 Pro session training programs comprised of 3-minute routines performed within 6 training phases with zero rest (3-6-0). Bonus sections include Get To Know Your Step360, Science Behind The 360 Training Experience, and Step360 Teaching Excellence.
Step360 Pro Training Wall Chart
Options with the Step360 Pro are limitless while performing both traditional and functional cardio, strength, and balance movements. This round at-a-glance training chart showcases some of the most popular Step360 Pro movements, featuring two movements from each of the six training phases.
What's in the Box?
Step360 Pro, training wall chart, instructional DVD with two 18-minute training programs, hand pump
Top Customer Reviews
I have started to use this with Cathe Friedrich's weight workouts (an advanced level so preview clips before purchase- these are much more advanced than the DVDs that come with the 360). Because of knee issues and prior surgeries I am unable to do tall step climbs/Leg presses anymore. Yet I still need and want to work the "thutt" area- that place where the butt and thigh meet. I also want to work my stabilizers and strengthen them as I am an avid walker and I want to now get involved with 5 and 10ks. This piece of equipment is allowing me to train the lower body in the way I want. I also lose how I connect a band to the platform for added resistance if I don't want to use dumbbells. If you want less wobble inflate it to the max safety point. If you want more challenge, let some of the air out. It's as simple as that. The platform as had a foam pad on top which helps keep you from slipping.Read more ›
The SPRI STEP360 is simply three disks attached to each other in a staggered stack (largest on the bottom and the smallest on the top). The platform disk is made of thick hard, durable plastic and has a non-slip surface. The edging of the disk has hand grips and indentions that serve as hook/anchors for bands/rubber tubing attachments (purchased separately) for strength training options. The platform is made to take a beating from all angles while keeping the user's feet in place. Attached to the underside of the disk are two separately inflatable disks that serve as an adjustable base. With the provided hand pump, these disks can be inflated to a desired level of firmness. Fully inflating the disks will provide a more stable base for the STEP360 while deflating the disks creates a more challenging exercise platform in that it decreases stability. The set up is simple and quick, with no additional tools are required ... just inflate the disks to a desired level and it's ready to be used.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For that price don't you think it should come with the resistant bands???Published 8 months ago by AMY FATH
A solid alternative to a Bosu ball. For balance training and stability exercises. Flat top makes it more user friendly and less intimidating to older clients and offers a sitting... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Raymond Dryden Functional Fitness
Had two of them, air leak is the problem. SPRI however exchanged with the defective unit. Great concept if they can figure out a way to make it effective against puncturing.Published 11 months ago by C. Mc
These are functional and I enjoy the moves we can inject into our group training classes with the 360. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Dale Speckman