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    The Spartan was built initially by a disabled individual who wanted to be able to do weight-bearing gait training at home, down the longest hallway in the house, with his parents, brother, or sister. The vision was to have just one person do the complex task with him repeatedly several times a week as a form of intense home therapy and physical exercise.

    And boy, did it work.

    Here’s what you'll need:

    1. The Spartan.
    2. A Spartan “operator,” someone to use the device with you and move your legs where and when needed. This could be anyone strong enough to do it.
    3. A support mechanism to protect you from falling. For most Spartan users, this will be a walker (either a platform walker on wheels or standard walker). It can also be parallel bars or a treadmill if used safely and properly.
    4. Space in which to gait train. Carpeted floor offers too much resistance, so shoot for a hard floor. Also, a short distance means you will have to turn and pivot frequently, so a long hallway, garage, driveway, or even outside on a wide sidewalk will work best.

    If your goal is physical health, then using the Spartan just 3-5 times a week for 20-30 minutes can do wonders for you. If your goal is neuromuscular re-education, then you will want to use the Spartan more frequently and for longer sessions. Something in the range of 5-6 times a week for 30-45 minutes will suffice.