- Versatile and easy-to-use climber that works for all fitness levels, with BONUS companion Fitness App.
- Full-body workout, combines calorie burning cardio with muscle toning in one simple step.
- Low impact workout, easy on the knees and ankles.
- Saves time - No need to drive to the gym and use several machines.
- Easy to set up, lightweight and height adjustable. Comes 90% pre-assembled, ready to use in minutes. And compact folding for easy storage.
- Supports up to 240 pounds
It’s easy to assemble and maneuvering too.
The pedals are not comfortable to relax my feet while working out. This machine really gives you a good workout in a short period of time.
Works great! Except that the calories burned count I don’t think is accurate for example when you excersise for 30 secs it says that you burned like 15 calories i don’t know if it’s true or not so I wouldn’t go by what it says. Other than that it works like it should and you can feel the burn!
After my ten-year old treadmill broke down, I deliberated long and hard about what equipment I should purchase to replace it. I wanted something that would work my muffin top and thighs. The treadmill bored me, though, and to be honest I wasn’t using it enough. I’ve had the MaxiClimber for about three months and use it four times per week for 20 minutes each. I work out with the Rosalie Brown You Tube videos. I don’t recommend just hopping on and going for as long as you can. You will just burn out quickly and lose out on the high intensity interval training that the videos provide. I’m a petite 59 year old woman who just needed something that I would consistently use, and this seems to do the trick. I usually burn 225-265 calories in 20 minutes versus about 150 on the treadmill for the same period of time. I haven’t weighed myself, but I am toning up my legs and rear, and the muffin top and back fat are diminishing. My clothes fit better, and I am now more comfortable tucking in my shirts. The cellulite cottage cheese areas on my thighs are disappearing. I’m sure my cardio fitness is improving also. I found the machine easy to assemble (just remember to really tighten the bolts), and there have been no failing parts. It’s also very quiet. I suspect a small person may be better suited for this machine, as it doesn’t seem flimsy to me. I wouldn’t recommend that my six foot, 217 pound husband use it, however. All in all, I think it was a smart purchase and provides good value for the price. As with most exercise machines, you get what you put into it. For me, I find that the MaxiClimber has been easy to incorporate into my life, and the results are motivating enough to continue using it.
So far so good. It's a seriously intense workout. You really feel the burn, heart rate rises and I break a serious sweat. I can only get through 10 mins but I'm not very fit... yet! I'm super happy with this product. The timer on it stops if you stop moving, so it only counts the time youre actually working out. I appreciate that feature. It's light weight and was very easy to assemble. Took me about 25 mins. It folds up if you want to store it. It seems well built. I'm 150lbs and it seems very sturdy when I'm on it. some people talk about it wobbling. That hasn't happened to me and I honestly can't see how it would because of the way the base is designed. I use it on a rug in my living room. It's a thin rug not a plush one. It's very quiet. A swooshing noise and if you hit down hard there is a thud of the pedal on the base. But all and all it's not a loud machine. I used it while my kids were sleeping no problem. I will update if it breaks but, as for now it's a 5 star product.