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Steppers is a broad term that encompasses stepper machines, mini steppers and stair climbers. You might hear these terms used interchangeably, but there are differences in each type of machine.

Stairclimbers and steppers are the perfect way to step up your home gym routine and give you a killer workout!

These cardio machines are built around one of the most functional movements: stepping.

They will help you to build endurance and strength, improve your posture and balance, and increase your bone density all the while taking the pressure off your joints. 

Stair and stepper machines are great for people looking for a low impact low-risk workout, while still getting a high-intensity workout.

Stepper Machine

The stepper machine requires you to ‘step’ in place at a speed that is completely controlled by you. They are usually a larger machine, comparable to the size of the stair climber.

Mini Stepper 

The miniature version of the stepper machine, 

If you're short on space and not wanting to spend a whole lot, the mini stepper is compact and affordable. It’s perfect for strengthening your abdominals, legs and glutes plus you can incorporate weights like dumbbells to simultaneously give yourself an upper body workout

You can also use it while you’re sitting, making it a great piece of equipment to keep under your desk to get your steps in while working.

Stair Climber 

The stair climber, also referred to as a stairmaster,  is a great way to get the blood flowing and stay fit! It features a revolving staircase that resembles climbing stairs. This machine includes several speed settings and workout programs with built-in intervals.

Fast Australia-wide Shipping

Our range of steppers and stairclimbers are eligible for Australia-wide shipping. Your machine will be delivered to your door with assembly instructions. For further details check out our delivery information

Flexible Payment Options 

Stepper machines and stairclimbers are an investment. They're a big purchase decision when compared to other gym equipment, so we offer flexible payment options like Zip Pay and Afterpay.

Of course, the mini stepper is a much more affordable option for those wanting a smaller investment that still provides a killer workout!

Shop in Store

If you're located in Western Australia, pop into one of our stores to view our stepper and stair machines. Our staff can walk you through how they work and help find the best fit for your training needs. Head to our locations page to find a store near you.

Get in Touch

Got a question about our range of stair machines and steppers? We’re always here to help.

There are several ways for you to get your questions answered. You can call us on 1300 13 42 13, send us an enquiry, or for a quick response, check if your question has been answered in our Frequently Asked Questions.

Commercial Enquiries

We stock a range of commercial-grade steppers & stair climbers suitable for commercial gym and recreation centres. Head to our commercial cardio page to view the full range or if you have specific questions, please call (08) 6241 3019 to speak to our commercial team.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is a Stepper Machine Better Than Walking?

    It depends on what goals you are trying to achieve. If you are looking to burn calories the stepper allows you to increase its resistance allowing for faster calorie burn compared to walking.

  • Which Stepper is Best For Small Spaces?

    The mini stepper is the most compact stepper and can easily be stored away in the cupboard or under the bed between uses. Stepper machines and stair climbers take up more space and would be perfect in a home gym set-up.

  • Stair Climber vs Treadmill - Which is Better?

    Stair climbers require you to walk uphill, just like walking stairs. This makes it more challenging than a treadmill while cutting out the jarring and repetitive impact of running. The stair climber would be a better cardio machine option for those recovering from injuries or with pre-existing joint pain. Treadmills on the other hand are a great cardio machine for people who don’t experience any issues with running and want to increase their aerobic capacity.