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The New Calorie Killer & Membership Builder from StairMaster.® The TreadClimber® 5


An interview with Travis Vaughan, director of product management for StairMaster


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The fitness equipment market is crowded. What’s special about StairMaster’s TreadClimber 5? Walking is the #1 fitness activity in the world. TreadClimber 5 takes walking and makes it a more effective way to burn calories. Before the TreadClimber 5, a walker


could burn more calories by adding speed or adding incline. Both are effective, but they are also hard on the body, and many exercisers are simply not able, or not willing, to do it. Over the past few years, multiple


independent research studies have shown that when compared to walking on a fl at treadmill, walking at the same speed on the TreadClimber burns two times as many calories. Put another way, walking 3.5-4 MPH on the TreadClimber 5 – which almost anyone can do – provides the same calorie burn as running 7-8 MPH. That’s amazing.


Why not buy an incline trainer – one with very steep incline? Adding incline to walking does burn more calories, but the biomechanics of pushing off of a steeply-inclined surface create a lot of stress on ankles, knees and hips. In contrast, the TreadClimber 5 creates added calorie burn without this added stress. Each foot is supported by an independent treadle that rises and descends as you walk.


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The “magic” is that you are effectively walking up an incline, but are pushing off of a flat surface. The result is a low- impact, natural walking feel – many people compare it to the feel of walking on sand – with additional calorie burn.


What about other alternative cardio equipment? Unlike most other alternative cardio machines, TreadClimber 5 is a natural walking motion. It adapts to any stride pattern, it’s easy to use, intuitive and accessible to all fitness levels.


Will TreadClimber 5 be dependable? StairMaster has a long history of making durable, high quality products for commercial fitness facilities. The real breakthrough with this design is its simplicity. TreadClimber 5 is the “love child” of our StairMaster StairClimber and a treadmill drivetrain. We’ve


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TreadClimber 5 offers a natural walking motion


combined two proven technologies to deliver a very new exercise experience. On the path to launch, we’ve designed


– and re-designed—the TreadClimber 5 multiple times. There are literally years of lab and fi eld testing behind this product, and the fi nal design is the result of this rigorous process. We’re very proud of what we’ve developed.


Why should club owners invest in a TreadClimber 5? Payback period is fast. TreadClimber 5 can help sell memberships more effectively than any product we’ve ever developed. It’s for deconditioned prospective members, active agers and


‘new to fitness’ exercisers. For regular exercisers looking to join a club that promotes results and embraces innovation, it’s also a winner. Clubs that want the best exercise


options and the best brand see the value in the StairMaster TreadClimber 5.


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