Steppers

Stepping machines start small, ideal for those of us with limited space. The workout can be intense – quickly burning through calories. After getting fit on a stepper, flights of stairs will feel like a breeze.

Pros: Can be small (depends on model), great for a quick and intensive workout.

Cons: Limited to legs, can be too intensive for beginners.

Ultrasport Swing Stepper Review

Ultrasport Swing Stepper Review

Summary: The UltraSport Swing Stepper has an additional sideways movement as you 'climb' which helps you to tone those thighs and the stomach. There are elasticated ropes which ...

StairMaster Treadclimber 5 Review

StairMaster Treadclimber 5 Review

Mark's Note: This model is no longer listed/ StairMaster have replaced the D1 with new models within the amazing 'Gauntlet' range. Check out the tech on the Series 8 Gauntlet ...

StairMaster StepMill SM3 Review

StairMaster StepMill SM3 Review

Summary: The price is at the pro end of the fitness equipment range (though less than 1/3rd of the top StairMaster StepMills). For this you get an amazing machine which will get ...

StairMaster SM5 StepMill Review

StairMaster SM5 StepMill Review

Mark's Note: This model is no longer listed/ StairMaster have replaced the D1 with new models within the amazing 'Gauntlet' range. Check out the tech on the Series 8 Gauntlet ...

StairMaster Gauntlet D1 Review

StairMaster Gauntlet D1 Review

Mark's Note: This model is no longer listed/ StairMaster have replaced the D1 with new models within the amazing 'Gauntlet' range. Check out the tech on the Series 8 Gauntlet ...

Christopeit Twist’n Step Pro 1368 Review

Christopeit Twist’n Step Pro 1368 Review

Update: This stepper has joined the 'no longer available' list. Fortunately, there are some popular alternatives available. The replacement that caught my eye is the Thane Twist N ...