Stairmaster HIITMill Treadmill with HIIT Console

£3,799.00 Ex VAT

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Stairmaster HIITMill with HIIT Console

Want to get a high intensity workout? With the Stairmaster HIITMILL you’re getting a crossover treadmill and strength machine that will ensure you get a difficult, but rewarding HIIT workouts – ones that you can also track via the HIIT console. A simple and easy machine to get to grips with, the self powered running deck with magnetic resistance, is complemented by the multi-grip hand positions you can choose.

Why Choose The HIITMILL?

If you want to build your explosive power and strength, then an incline, resistance and of course the fact this is all self-powered, means you will be able to capture the benefits of speed and agility training, lateral training and sled training all in one machine. Adding or removing the resistance is via an easy to find lever, meaning you can simply work to the pain.

The Stairmaster HIITMILL with HIIT Console

It looks like a treadmill, but is so much more and the HIITMILL could be your secret weapon to getting extremely fit. With it’s self powered running deck and an fixed 11 degree incline, as a speed and strength machine, the HIITMILL is hard to beat. Stairmaster developed this running machine to help build explosive power as part of a high intensity training program. Adding the HIIT console, means you also get to watch and record your progress.

This machine can replace 3 or 4 other pieces of equipment in a gym or home environment if you like your interval training or circuits. From using a push or pull sled to being able to do lateral movements as well as a high resistance push, of course you can then also use simply as a treadmill – one with a fixed incline!

Choosing HIIT

Switching between short bursts or high intensity exercise with low intensity recovery, your average HIIT session lasts between 20 and 30 minutes. High intensity training will help to improve your power, strength and overall stamina and endurance if you add to existing longer cardio workouts.

Stairmaster saw the HITMILL as a great way to combine a number of these exercises into a single piece of gear at a price that’s hard to beat for what it does.

The Stairmaster HIITMILL

With a fixed 11 degree incline, you will always be pushing yourself. Then add in resistance using the magentic resistance settings and you can either lean right in to the frame and really put on the power, or simply use like a treadmill on the incline. The HIITMILL allows you to combine or isolate a push, a drive or even sprint, forward sor laterally.

Boost Your Explosive Power

Thanks to the incline and resistance settings, you can create a high intensity woprkout that improves your explosive power. Work on speed and strength exercises with or without weights.


Enabling you to push, drive, or sprint, you can also choose to more resistance via the magentic settings. Thsi means you can increase your metabolic intensity directly through your training.


Getting you to do all the work is why the HIITMILL is so unique. A self-powered treadmill with a fixed incline means you’ll always be up against it, so use as part of a short sharp 100% effort along side periods of low intensity and your lateral training, speed and agility training can all be done on one piece of kit.

Key Features

  • Self-powered
  • Magnetic resistance
  • Fixed 11 degree incline
  • Excellent HIIT console for data tracking
  • Robust and durable treadmill deck
  • Water bottle and phone holder

Why add a treadmill to your fitness arsenal?

1 – Reduced impact on bones and joints

Every time you take a step on a hard surface such as the pavement, you’re sending the impact straight to your knees and hips. When walking it’s not noticeable, but if you spend a good chunk of your time each week jogging or running, you’re sending a lot of stress to your joints. Eventually you’ll run into problems with your ankles, knees, hips and back and in old age you’ll really be feeling it.

One of the biggest benefits of treadmills is that it reduces the impact on all of these joints much better than pavement can. The track is smooth and even, and many treadmills actually have impact resistance in mind when the bed is designed. Later in life your bones will thank you!

2 – Control is in your hands

Another benefits to using treadmills instead of running on the streets is that you’re completely in control. If you’re new to jogging and running then you can start with a light workout. If you’re an experienced runner then you can have yourself a more intense workout.

You can control the warm up and the cool down. You can control the speed at any time during the workout, which means that if you want to maintain a 7kmh run then its easier to keep up with the setting on the treadmill rather than guessing on a track or path. You can control the incline to push yourself further and train for uphill running. Treadmills are great for customising your cardio to any fitness level, from jogging newbie to cardio veteran.

3 – Simulating Races

Another treadmill advantage is that you can tailor your workout towards a specific race or hill climb. Need to train to job at 15 degrees incline? Set your Treadmill to 15 degrees and keep beating your personal best again and again before you even attempt the actual hill! If you know the race that’s coming up then you can tailor your workout to that track, months before you actually run it!

4 – Mental Health And Motivation

One of the best benefits to running on a treadmill, or any aerobic exercises, is that they help your mental health and keep you motivated. There’s actually two reasons for this – the first is that while your body is busy, your mind gets a break. There’s plenty to be said about the benefits of just going for a walk to mull things over – and a treadmill also fulfils this.

The second is that the act of using the treadmill actually releases increased amounts of endorphins. These are the chemical compounds in your brain responsible for creating the happy feelings. Therefore, scientifically speaking, running on a treadmill at home or in the gym can directly contribute to the relief of depression and anxiety!

Feeling happier more regularly can have a positive impact on your workout – making you actually want to workout more to chase that happy runner’s high, whilst also impacting the rest of your life in a better way. You can also listen to an audiobook or podcast while you workout, so you can build your brain while you workout your body too.

5 – They Improve Your Heart Health

Cardiovascular health is one of the main things to monitor as you get older. Simply, this is the health of your heart and the benefits of maintaining a healthy heart are way too many to list, but mainly you’ll lose fat easier, your circulation will be better, lowered risk of heart disease and heart attack, better muscle performance, better lung performance as they get the oxygen from your lungs more promptly, lower stress levels, a better sex life. Pretty much all areas of life are improved when you give your heart some exercise.

6 – Treadmills Are Convenient, Safe, And Private

When you’re first starting out jogging and running, chances are your self esteem is low and you’re wanting to actively work on losing weight and toning up – treadmills are great for that because you can do it all in the privacy of your own home. Nobody is going to see you gasping for air as sweat drips down your face, you’re well away from any cars that aren’t looking for joggers when they’re pulling out of roads and you’re also safe, there’s no stranger danger.

Want a night time jog? Go for it, you don’t have to wear anything reflective, you don’t have to be cautious of strangers and you can immediately shower and sleep afterwards. You don’t have to drive to the gym to use a treadmill, they’re just a really convenient option for runners to have!

7 – Weight Loss

The reason every newcomer to the gym goes straight for Treadmills and the cardio section as a whole – to lose weight. Running on a treadmill can help you lose weight pretty quickly, burning 100 calories for every mile that you run. It’s a full body exercise so this means that you burn more calories with a treadmill than you do with other aerobic exercises such as cycling – so that’s definitely another plus!

8 – Muscle Building

Aside from weight loss, treadmills also help you build muscle! Cardio, stamina and muscle, what more could you want? Running obviously uses your muscles, which means you’re building those muscles too – primarily your legs but your abs and back muscles too as they’re keeping you upright as well. You’ll even tone up your arms as well!

9 – Improved Joint Flexibility

As we get older we really begin to depend on being mobile and remaining upright – increased joint flexibility can combat the effects of degenerative bone diseases, as well as arthritis and other conditions which would limit your flexibility. Running on a treadmill won’t eliminate your chances of getting these ailments, but will slow down the effects dramatically and keep you on your feet!

10 – Easy To Use

The last benefit of Treadmills is the ease of access. Basically, treadmills are ridiculously easy to use – walking is something most people do daily, we’re used to it and we know how to do it. There’s no technique to learn with a treadmill – just do what you know how to do but faster. They take pretty much no effort to set up and get going – most of the time you can just click “start” and it’s going!

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