HC PRO Fitness Stair master starimaster is equipped with eight established procedures and six target procedures to meet the physical requirements of customers at different speeds and rhythms. One-day electricity, energy saving and environmental protection, as far as possible to reduce the cost of electricity for customers in the use process. This equipment is suitable for use in fitness venues, private education studios, medical rehabilitation centers and families.
HC PRO Fitness Stair master generates power according to the body weight (3-5 seconds before starting the machine to check the speed of the customer's weight), drives the generator to produce electromagnetic resistance, and drives the equipment to run by the body, rather than by the equipment to drive the body movement, greatly improving the efficiency of exercise.
The lower edge of the machinery is equipped with an infrared sensor system.
The user's feet will automatically park at the edge of the steps, which is safe and reliable
2)8 resistance level and 6 fixed programs
3)Energy Saving: 1kw/day
4)Heart rate sensor are inside handrails
5) Dual infrared sensor system at bottom
6) Bottle holder
Machine Size:L 1380*W 780*H 2100 mm
Pedal :width 23CM.Height:20CM
Max User Weight:200kg
Stair climbing has been a workout option for a long time. For years, soccer players and other athletes jogged up and down the steps in their stadiums.
But rather than rely only on the steps in your home or out in the elements for a good stair-climbing workout, you can get those same benefits from a StairMaster.
This fitness center staple has been around since the 1980s, but the technology has improved steadily. Features such as a heart rate monitor and calorie-burning calculator have been added through the years.
Stair climbing strengthens the heart and lungs — the keys to aerobic fitness. Stronger lungs allow you to breathe in more oxygen, and a healthier heart can pump oxygen-rich blood more efficiently to all your muscles and organs.
The StairMaster is an efficient and effective tool in losing weight or managing your current weight. A half-hour workout on the StairMaster can burn anywhere from 180 to 260 calories — or more — depending on your body weight and intensity of the workout.
In addition to cardio benefits, StairMasters can strengthen and tone your body, which is also good for your bones.
Because using a StairMaster requires you to keep your balance the entire time you’re climbing and pumping your legs, it also gives your core muscles a workout.
Stronger core muscles help improve posture, prevent lower back pain, and reduce the risk of injury.
Weight-bearing exercises, such as climbing stairs, can help reduce your risk for osteoporosis, and treat it if you already have it. Bones are living tissue, and climbing stairs helps increase bone mass. This is especially important as you get older, because natural bone loss tends to increase as you age
The quadriceps femoris is a group of four muscles in the front of the thigh. These muscles are essential for walking, running, and just standing up from a sitting position. The quads extend or straighten the knee, so each time you push off from one step to the next you’re strengthening these large, important muscles.
The gluteus maximus muscles are located in the buttocks, and are some of the strongest muscles in the body. Their main function is to move the hips and thighs, so climbing stairs is a task that relies heavily on strong glute.
Aside from the cardio and strength benefits, using the StairMaster is good for a few other things, including mental health.
Strengthening the knee reduces stress on the joint, which can help reduce pain if you have osteoarthritis. Using a StairMaster is considered low-impact exercise compared with the pounding, high-impact consequences of running on a hard surface.
As you climb stairs your body releases endorphins, which are “feel-good” brain chemicals that boost your mood and reduce your stress levels. You may feel a little exhausted at the end of a StairMaster workout, but you should feel good about the work you put in.
Because using a StairMaster provides a great cardio workout while also strengthening the main muscle groups in the lower body, you’re really getting two workouts in the time it takes to do one. As a result, it will take you less time to see and feel the results of your new exercise routine.
For better heart health, the American Heart Association recommends 150 minutes per week of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise. That means five 30-minute sessions on the StairMaster at a reasonable speed each week. Within a week or two you should also start to feel your legs getting stronger and more toned.
If you haven’t exercised regularly, try it out for 5 or 10 minutes the first few days and see how you feel. Then add to your time and increase the speed as your workouts get easier.