Versa Climber Review
What You Should Know
Versa Climber designs and builds fitness equipment that can be used in a home, commercial or rehabilitation setting. Various machine designs are available for the dieter who wants to burn more calories in a shorter amount of time. According to the official Versa Climber website, which lists all products and contact information, working out just 20 minutes on the Versa Climber burns 206% more calories than the same time spent on a treadmill.
List of Ingredients
Versa Climber Home: 108H and 108HP.
Versa Climber Commercial: 108CM, 108 SM, 108 CMA, 108 SMA, 108 LX, 108 LXP and 108 ALX.
Versa Climber Vibration: Exervibe Stepper and Exervibe Climber.
Versa Climber Rehabilitation: 108 SRM.
The Versa Climber combines the workout movements of a stepper, stair climber and treadmill into one machine. Unlike other cardio machines, the Versa Climber works both upper and lower body at the same time. The standard machine also comes with handrails to reduce the cardiovascular impact of the workout for beginners.
The base model Versa Climber, 108H, can hold up to 350 lbs, stands 7’6″ tall and weighs 65 pounds when assembled. The overall weight limit is higher than other cardiovascular equipment, which typically holds users up to 250 pounds. The price of the base model, which is the lowest price Versa Climber, is $1,895 plus shipping and handling. Commercial models have the same weight limit, but cost $4,500 or more depending on the model chosen.
The Versa Climber website is full of videos and workouts for the user to view before purchasing any equipment. Accessories like weighted vests are also available for sale and use with the Versa Climber. If the user weighs 350 pounds, the weighted vest could not be used.
- Versa Climber burns more calories than a standard treadmill.
- The movement is low or no impact.
- Increasing calorie burn will increase weight loss as long as a healthy diet is followed.
- The movement could be difficult for some dieters.
- The maximum weight limit for a user is 350 pounds.
- The least expensive Versa Climber costs $1,895.
- There are no diet plans or nutritional tips available on the website.
- Users may have trouble assembling the Versa Climber.
The Versa Climber claims to burn 206% more calories than a standard treadmill. Increasing calorie burn is one way to lose more weight, but staying dedicated to a home workout program can be difficult for some dieters. While the machine may be more effective, the ability to work out for 20 minutes every day may be hard for dieters who work long hours. A lack of nutritional information or dieting tips may leave the dieter thinking they can eat what they want and still lose weight.