Pro 6 Aspen StairMill Stair Climber

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Pro 6 Fitness Aspen StairMill Stair Climber

The ultimate uphill workout.

Walking uphill or climbing a staircase are both regarded as one of the best methods to increase cardio, strength, and overall stamina. It’s no wonder then that indoor stair climbing machines have become so popular. The Pro 6 Aspen StairMill Machine combines durability and a streamlined feature set for light industrial and home use applications. Step on our Pro 6 StairMill Indoor Climbing Machine and enjoy the best uphill workout in a small footprint available anywhere.

Why Choose the Aspen StairMill?

It’s easy to use and offers more benefits than a treadmill, requiring less floor space and consuming less energy. Its control panel guides the user intuitively at all times. Workouts can be programmed as any one of floors climbed, total exercise time, or calories burned. A manual override feature enables the workout to be varied at any time.

Benefits of Indoor Step Climbing

For those who are serious about losing weight and burning more calories in less time, stair climbing offers a great way to achieve those goals by enabling versatile indoor fitness programs. As well as the obvious cardiovascular benefits, stair climbing also:

  • Gives a great low impact, high cardio, calorie burn workout
  • Uses more muscle groups than treadmill work
  • Gives a larger range of movement than other exercise machines
  • Improves joint flexibility and joint nutrition
  • Improves trunk (core) stability
  • Improves balance and coordination

StairMill climbing is also considerably more beneficial than forms of step up – step down exercise, as it greatly reduces stress on the joints, especially knees. The joint loading in stepping down is approximately 2 ½ times that in standing up.

Aspen StairMill – Outstanding Benefits

A treadmill will simulate a walk or run in Central Park, but only a StairMill can match the stair climb up Mahattan’s most famous landmark, the Empire State Building!

Ever wonder why the more sophisticated treadmills offer an upward incline? The answer is simple enough. It’s because the cardio benefits of carrying your own weight uphill hugely outstrip those of pounding away on the flat. Gravity is so strong that in climbing just 1 meter, you expend a big 9.8 Joules of energy for every kilogram of body weight. A StairMill is not the same as a “Stair Climber”. A Stair Climber attempts to mimic the natural movement of your feet by use of a linear sliding motion of two narrow footplates. On a StairMill you climb free on the full width steps of a never-ending staircase, your feet, legs, hips, and torso moving in their own natural way.


Features

  • Low impact, non jarring cardio-respiratory workout
  • Increased oxygen intake and muscle strength
  • Improved bone density
  • Maximum Speed: 120 steps per minute
  • User-controlled variable pace to suit all levels of fitness
  • Electromagnetic braking system (no motor)
  • Highly reliable step lock system with sensor/reflector
  • Computer control system
  • Contact heart rate monitor
  • Tracks time, distance in floors, and speed in steps per min.

Muscles Used

  • Gluteals
  • Pinformis
  • Illo-Psoas
  • Tensor Fascia Latae
  • Illo-Tibial Band
  • Hip Flexors
  • Trunk Stabilisers

Specifications

  • Minimum ceiling height: 96” (8 ft)
  • Size: 44”L x 26”W x 68”H
  • Weight: 222 lbs

Electromagnetically Braked – Not Motor Driven

The user’s own energy climbing steps drives Aspen. With no electrical drive motor, power consumption is a mere 60 watts – the same as a medium intensity domestic light. An electromagnetic braking system regulates machine speed, matching the feed rate of steps per minute to the user’s programmed requirement and personal energy input.

A StairMill, not a “Stair Climber”

The name “Stair Climber” has come to be routinely applied to items of equipment where the user stands on two separate treads which move alternately up and down, either vertically or in a steeply sloping path. The feet must this move along the straight line path of the treads, which is in fact nothing whatever like climbing real stairs! With a StairMill, the feet can follow their natural curved stepping up path between treads, thereby enabling far superior muscle engagement and toning.