In recent years, indoor steps have become a popular outdoor activity option, with more than 1 billion steps taken in 2016.
But when it comes down to choosing the right outdoor activity platform, many people opt for the indoor version.
In our recent post, we looked at the top outdoor fitness trackers for both indoor and outdoor fitness.
Now it’s time to take a look at some indoor steps, step by step.
If you’re looking to get into the game with indoor steps on your track, we’ve compiled a guide that covers steps by step, and tips for taking your workout indoors.
Get a treadmill.
If it doesn’t already exist, make sure it’s available in your area.
Most treadmill treadmills work well for indoor and outdoors workouts.
Find a walker.
A walker is an outdoor trainer that helps you run while walking, such as a treadmill, treadmill, or elliptical machine.
Put the machine in motion.
To begin, step into the machine, then get your feet under you and onto the treadmill.
Then, you can move your feet and legs to the desired incline or drop in speed.
If you’re not sure how to get the treadmill to move, here’s a video tutorial on how to do it.
Hit your goal.
Next, aim to hit your goal (e.g., 10 mph, 20 mph, 30 mph, 40 mph, 50 mph).
To find the ideal incline, check your treadmill’s setting and adjust it as needed.
Next hit your stop button, which should be in the middle of the treadmill, but is also a bit higher than usual.
If your treadmill is set to stop when you hit your speed, your steps should be increasing at a faster rate than you normally do.
If not, try hitting the stop button a bit lower than usual to see if your steps start to slow.