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StairMaster Gauntlet Collection

Beginning with the first stepping machine in 1983, StairMaster® has been a legendary name in the gym. Today the tradition continues with the Gauntlet® StairMaster series. With over 40 years of experience and proven performance, the StairMaster Gauntlet stepmills provide a superior combination of cardio and strength training in our most comfortable design ever. Using the foundation of the StairMaster 8 Series Gauntlet, these machines features a deeper, wider step surface with durable, rust-free polypropylene construction and a range of console and accessory options. It's a combination of quality and innovation, delivering a workout that's head and shoulders above anything else in the gym.

StairMaster 10G

Was $13,299

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$11,599

StairMaster 4G

Was $7,299

Starting From

$5,999

StairMaster 8Gx

Was $10,199

Starting From

$8,899

StairMaster SM3

Was $4,949

Starting From

$2,197

CONSOLES

Choose between the 10″ LCD, 10″ Touchscreen or 15″ Embedded OpenHub family of consoles.

StairMaster 15 inch Embedded Touchscreen

15" Embedded Touchscreen

The 15″ embedded touchscreen display adds a premium look and experience to the already-great StairMaster cardio line. With standard features like HDMI streaming, Bluetooth connectivity and TV tuner options, this is a display that has something for every user.

StairMaster 10 inch Embedded Touchscreen

10" Embedded Touchscreen

The 10″ touchscreen display adds a premium look and experience to the StairMaster line. For the facility that is looking for the premium look and feel of a touchscreen console, but doesn’t want to pay for embedded TV, media streaming and other add-on features, the 10″ is a great option.

StairMaster 10 inch LCD Console

10" LCD Console

The LCD display provides all the functionality you need in a sleek, modern package. With standard features like Bluetooth connectivity, VA glass and USB charging, this is the LCD screen that is anything but standard.

StairMaster 8gx logo StairMaster 8 Series 8GX

10" Display

Flash Sale Price

$10,799

LCD Display

Flash Sale Price

$8,899

15" ATSC

Flash Sale Price

$15,999

StairMaster 8Gx Features

StairMaster 8Gx Technical Specs

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StairMaster 10g logo StairMaster 10 Series 10G Gauntlet

10" Display

Flash Sale Price

$13,299

LCD Display

Flash Sale Price

$11,599

15" ATSC

Flash Sale Price

$15,999

StairMaster 10 Series Gauntlet Features

StairMaster 10 Series Gauntlet Technical Specs

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StairMaster 4g logo StairMaster 4 Series 4G Compact StepMill

10" Display

Flash Sale Price

$6,699

LCD Display

Flash Sale Price

$5,999

15" ATSC

Flash Sale Price

$9,999

StairMaster 4G Features

StairMaster 4G Technical Specs

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StairMaster SM3 Features

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Explore StairMaster FreeClimber

StairMaster FreeClimber 8 Series w/ OpenHub 10" Touchscreen

Was $9,199

Flash Sale Price

$7,799

StairMaster FreeClimber 8 Series w/ OpenHub 15" Touchscreen

Was $11,449

Flash Sale Price

$9,999

StairMaster FreeClimber 8 Series w/ OpenHub LCD

Was $7,149

Flash Sale Price

$6,299

STAIRMASTER FREECLIMBER 8 SERIES SPECIFICATIONS

Product Dimensions 68" H x 43" L x 27" W (173cm H x 110cm L x 69cm W)
Product Weight 271 lbs (123 kg)
Max User Weight 350 lbs (159 kg)
Power Requirement LCD is self-generating; touch screen and PVS options require 12V/5 Amp power supply
Display Choose between 10″, 15″ & LCD versions of the new OpenHub™ family of consoles
Workouts 10 programs – Quick Start, Manual, Fat Burner, Calorie Burner, Speed Intervals, Custom Intervals, Random Intervals, Heart Rate Intervals, Calorie Goal, Heart Rate Zone Trainer
Drive System Electronically controlled alternator with chain drive precisely controls the pedal descent allowing a wide range of users to exercise smoothly within their comfort zones
Step Action Patented independent pedal geometry with four-bar linkage keeps pedals level ensuring a comfortable, biomechanically correct movement
Step Range 1" to 14" (2.5cm to 36cm)
Step Rate 26 to 174 steps/minute
Heart Rate Monitoring Polar® compatible wireless; contact sensors

CONSOLES

Choose between the 10″ LCD, 10″ Touchscreen or 15″ Embedded OpenHub family of consoles.

StairMaster 15 inch Embedded Touchscreen

15" Embedded Touchscreen

The 15″ embedded touchscreen display adds a premium look and experience to the already-great StairMaster cardio line. With standard features like HDMI streaming, Bluetooth connectivity and TV tuner options, this is a display that has something for every user.

StairMaster 10 inch Embedded Touchscreen

10" Embedded Touchscreen

The 10″ touchscreen display adds a premium look and experience to the StairMaster line. For the facility that is looking for the premium look and feel of a touchscreen console, but doesn’t want to pay for embedded TV, media streaming and other add-on features, the 10″ is a great option.

StairMaster 10 inch LCD Console

10" LCD Console

The LCD display provides all the functionality you need in a sleek, modern package. With standard features like Bluetooth connectivity, VA glass and USB charging, this is the LCD screen that is anything but standard.

History of StairMaster

ORIGINS

Since introduced to the fitness industry in 1983, the StairMaster, a brand of Nautilus, Inc., has become one of the most popular pieces of exercise equipment at both gyms and homes. The simulation of walking up a flight of stairs to burn excess calories is the appeal of this equipment. Although the general population has adopted the name StairMaster as a generic term to represent all exercise steppers, the StairMaster is a brand with an expanded line of equipment with slightly different applications. The exercise equipment line includes the revolving staircase (the StepMill), the stepper (the StairClimber) and the pull-up machine (the Gravitron). The StairMaster is a leader in cardio and lower body exercise providing an efficient workout to enhance overall health and fitness.

The StairMaster, invented by Lanny Potts, was first introduced by Tri-Tech, Inc., at the National Sporting Goods Association in 1983. The StairMaster 5000 model, a revolving staircase, was the first StairMaster machine to be featured. In 1984 and 1985 the StairMaster 5000 was replaced with newer models to include a workout display, printout and heart rate monitor. In 1986, the StairMaster 4000 PT debuted at the International Health, Racquet and Sportsclub Association conference. The 4000 PT model, a stair-stepper, became more popular than the revolving staircase and shaped the stair-stepper business. The StairMaster Gravitron launched in 1987. This assisted chin-up and dip machine provides the same effects of an individual doing pull-ups and tricep dips in Outer Space without gravity. The Gauntlet, now the modern StepMill, launched in 1989. This exercise machine simulates walking up a downward-moving escalator. During the late 1980s Tri-Tech, Inc., changed the name of the company to StairMaster Exercise Systems. In 2002, Nautilus, Inc. acquired StairMaster Exercise Systems and uses StairMaster as one of their brand exercise machines.

MACHINE FEATURES

The featured cardio models of StairMaster are the StepMill and the StairClimber. Both machines simulate walking up stairs, but the applications of the stairs move differently. Requiring a minimum ten-foot ceiling, the StepMill features a revolving staircase much like a down-ward moving escalator with 8-inch high steps. The staircase revolves at speeds varying from 24 to 162 steps per minute. The StairClimber features independent pedals that move requiring the exerciser to keep up with the stepping cadence. Speeds range from 26 to 174 steps per minute. Both models feature a water bottle holder, reading rack, accessory tray, LCD console, TV compatibility components, ergonomically designed handrails, heart rate monitors, and fitness programs including manual, fat burner, calorie burner, speed intervals, heart rate zone trainer and random intensity.

BENEFITS OF CLIMBING

The lower body most benefits in strength gain from stairstepping. The Stepmill has adjustable speed and resistance. Using it requires simple balance, but significant strength. Calves, hamstrings, quadriceps and gluteal muscles are trained by lots of repetitions, which is known for building lean muscle and burning fat. Additionally, increasing the resistance of each stepping motion adds challenge. Core muscles are engaged by keeping your balance, which is more challenging on the Stepmill than other similar equipment. The Stepmill is great for cardiovascular exercise due to its ability to raise your heart rate almost immediately. The level you set dictates workout intensity, but even at the lowest levels the heart is definitely getting a workout. The Stepmill makes the user work hard without being hard on the user. The stepping motion incurs less impact than a treadmill, but with higher cardiovascular results. The thoughtfully designed handrails provide a safe grip should a misstep occur, but don't allow you to cheat by leaning on them. The actual stepping motion forces the foot to remain mostly flat while climbing, versus the pedal format, which does not require the foot to leave the pedal. The stepping motion uses nearly every leg muscle.

WHY STAIRMASTER STEPMILLS AND STEPPERS SUCCEED

There are many great products for getting fitter, getting healthier and improving your functional movement ability. However, there is only one product made by one company that has topped my list for all of those 25 years in the business – the Stairmaster. The Stairmaster StepMill and Stairmaster Stepper are legendary products that keep getting better over time. The latest product designs – from the look, to the feel to the amazing, new touch screen display – are easily the best in the company's history, and these features truly make stairclimbing more interesting, more measureable and more motivating! I love mine, and so do my clients. Whether I am using it for high-intensity interval training, short calorie-blasting workouts or to help my clients move better, or train for an important goal. It is my 'go-to' product time and time again because it just works. The product works, the activity works and it motivates my clients to work! Beyond the incredible new design of the Stairmaster products, Stairclimbing has a number of important benefits:

LESS STRESS

Stairclimbing burns more calories at slower speeds and lower impact rates than almost any other activity on the planet. Each gentle step burns more calories than walking. In fact, stairclimbing at only 1 mph burns as many calories as running on a treadmill at 7 mph! Slower speeds, minimal impact and high calorie burn – what more could you ask for in a cardio activity?

MORE EFFICIENT

Because you must lift your body weight with each step, stairclimbing is highly metabolic and burns a lot of calories in a short amount of time, when compared to other equipment. You can turn 45 minutes into 30 minutes, 30 minutes into 20 minutes and 20 minutes into 10 minutes! Quicker workouts means less time for you and your clients to reach your goals, and more time to get other things done!

HIGHLY FUNCTIONAL

Stairclimbing is a natural movement – it improves your functional mobility, strengthens your core and makes everyday tasks easier to do. Take longer hikes, climb taller monuments on vacation, last longer on dog walks with your family. Stairclimbing is celebrated by athletes, trainers and physical therapists because it can not only improve your body, but it can also improve your life!

DID YOU KNOW?

If you're looking to burn calories, lose weight and strengthen and tone major muscle groups, stair climbing provides astounding results. In fact, climbing stairs is widely regarded as one of the most efficient and effective cardio and strength building workouts you can do. If you're willing to put in the work, it provides the results!

CARDIO/CALORIE BENEFITS

Burn More Calories Stair climbing engages the body's largest muscle groups to repeatedly lift your body weight up, step after step. Using your largest muscles to carry your own weight uphill is far superior to exercising on a flat treadmill when it comes to work performed and calories burned.

Maximize your Cardio Efforts Stair climbing raises your heart rate immediately – 20 minutes of workout time is likely to include 19 minutes with an elevated heart rate, maximizing your cardio benefits.

STRENGTH AND MUSCLE TONING BENEFITS

Increase Core Muscle Strength Using the StepMill 5 requires simple balance but significant strength, more so than other cardio modalities. The simple act of maintaining balance engages core muscles with every step, building strength and endurance of this critically-important muscle group.

Tone and sculpt your entire lower body Stair climbing engages every major muscle in your lower body as many as 120+ times/minute: glutes, hamstrings, quadriceps and calves. High repetitions are famous for building lean muscle and burning fat which results in toned and sculpted muscles.

Low Impact The StepMill 5 makes you work hard without being hard on you. You can achieve high work efforts while moving at very low speeds relative to other workout options, minimizing the toll/stress on the body. For example, climbing at 1mph on the StepMill 5 is roughly equivalent to running at 7mph on a flat treadmill.

Better than "Real" Stairs Climbing "real" stairs usually means you get to the top and then have to go back down. Descending stairs is much harder on your knees than climbing up because your muscles and connective tissues are being used as "brakes" to fight the effect of gravity, and you are hitting each step with more impact. With the StepMill 5, you get all the benefits of climbing while avoiding the negative elements of descending.

Make 20 minutes count for 30 Combining so many positive effects (cardio, strengthening, muscle building, toning) in one workout means it takes less time to get the results you are looking for.

We are a top StairMaster partner!

Whatever your needs we are here to serve you. Total Body Experts is proud to offer StairMaster Gauntlet commercial-grade equipment. Stairmaster Stepmills provide users with a unique fitness experience, training and toning nearly every muscle group. Have any questions about the StairMaster? Contact our expert team today! (888) 840-4887

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