Have you assembled your Teeter FreeStep but are unsure of how to set it up for your specific use?

To get a great FreeStep experience, first test to make sure that you have a smooth, linear pressing-down motion, just like when you are walking. Your knees should not go past your toes horizontally. If you need to make adjustments to get that smooth stepping motions, here are some quick tips:

Find the Perfect Seat Height and Angle

Lifting or lowering the seat adjusts your positioning on the FreeStep, changing the range of motion of your legs. The seat also offers 3 levels of recline. Take some time to try the various height and recline settings to find the one(s) most comfortable to you.

Change Your Foot Placement on the Pedals

The FreeStep has large pedals that allow for different leg lengths and foot sizes. We recommend starting with your feet positioned on the pedal closest to the top and then adjusting your seat height so that at full extension of your leg (downward motion of the pedal), your knee has just a slight bend (avoiding lockout).

Adjust the FreeStep Handle Length and Positioning

There is no wrong way to grab the handles when working out on your FreeStep. Stick to what’s most comfortable to you or switch it up to target different muscle groups. Check out our Freestep Upper Body Exercises to learn more.

In the video below CEO Rylie Teeter shows you the steps mentioned above as well as her own quick tips to get the optimal FreeStep experience and get the most enjoyment out of it as possible.


The Perfect Low-Impact Workout Machine

Unlike other recumbent options, the Teeter FreeStep™ provides an effective full body workout by combining the upper and lower body into one impact-free motion that is easier on the joints than typical cardio machines - so you can get an amazing workout, without the pain.
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