Mini stepper workouts are excellent exercise machines for burning calories and strengthening the muscles of the legs, hips and thighs.
Its compact shape takes up less space than a large stair climber or elliptical machine, training the same muscle areas as a small stepper.
Mini steppers are usually less expensive than their larger counterparts. They usually don’t offer adjustable resistance, but you can choose the range of motion and depth of your steps. Bigger steps are often harder on the legs and cardiovascular system.
Understanding the mini-stepper and how to use it appropriately are the cornerstones of a safe and effective fitness regimen.
Mini stepper workout for beginners
If you are new to mini stepper training, you can start with one daily variation. This will help you become familiar with the different step movements so you can feel more confident implementing mini stepper training into your daily routine.
If you’re new to exercise, you should probably start allowing yourself at least one rest day per week. Within 2 to 3 weeks, or if you are still young and fit, you should be able to use a mini stepper every day.
If you are experiencing any discomfort, you may need more rest, a healthier diet, and more sleep.