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Aerobic Steps

We carry aerobic steps that are suitable for commercial and home gym use alike. Our variety of adjustable aerobic steps can be used by both novices and experts to perform a wide variety of different exercises.

What are step aerobics?

Step aerobics can be done by yourself or in a group environment through a class. Step aerobics combine a variety of different variations of stepping exercises and has all the benefits of a high intensity cardio workout, without putting all of the unwanted stress on your joints. The moves target your core, upper body and legs, building strength and flexibility while also improving balance, coordination and agility. People with conditions such as osteoporosis can benefit from doing step aerobics as it is a low impact exercise that can improve overall bone strength.

Is an aerobic step the same as a stepper?

Yes, an aerobic step and a stepper are often used interchangeably to refer to the same type of exercise equipment. An aerobic step typically refers to a portable, adjustable platform used in aerobics and cardio workouts. It can be used for stepping exercises, as well as other moves that incorporate the step. The term "stepper" is often used to describe a similar type of equipment and can be used in a variety of workouts to improve cardiovascular health and tone the lower body.

Using a stepper offers several benefits for your health and fitness:

Cardiovascular health: Stepping provides an effective cardio workout, helping to improve heart health and endurance.

Lower body toning: Stepping works the muscles in your legs, hips, and buttocks, helping to tone and shape these areas.

Calorie burn: Stepping is a high-energy workout that can help you burn a significant number of calories in a short amount of time.

Joint-friendly: Stepping is a low-impact exercise that puts less stress on your joints compared to other forms of cardio such as running.

Convenience: Steppers are compact and easy to use, making them a great option for people who don't have access to a gym or who want to exercise at home.

Improved balance and coordination: Stepping requires balance and coordination, which can help improve these skills over time.
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