Air walkers target muscles in your arms as well as your legs. Most air walkers have ski poles that you can push or pull with your arms as you exercise. When you maintain an upright posture on the machine, your abdominal muscles work as stabilizing muscles and get a moderate workout as well.
1) Hold the handle bars, and step onto the flat foot pedals one foot at a time. Ensure that you feel balanced before you begin your workout.
2) Move one leg forward at the same time that you move the other one backward -- while keeping your hands on the handle bars. You will experience an increase in heart rate because your heart will need to work harder to pump blood into your arms and legs
3) Step off the air walker slowly by moving one foot at a time, keeping your hands firmly on the handrail. Stretch out your muscles after the exercise. Stretching aids in increasing blood flow to your muscles, which helps to speed recovery after injury.
If You have medical condition which might need special attention then seek medical or experts advice. Protection from adult is required when children and elder are using it.