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BRASKIN SparkPoints: (67,661)
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1/21/13 7:56 A

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WESTCHESTERGAL Posts: 20
1/20/13 9:09 A

My husband & I spent 2011 & 2012 looking to purchase a condo, moving, working, etc. so I took a break from working out. At our former rental complex, we had a gym with everything for $20./month for tenants to use. I used it off and on over the years - best time was 7:00AM - it was empty & I could watch the "Today" show, then go home, get dressed for work. While our new condo is great, it does not have a gym, so I purchased my own treadmill & just had it assembled yesterday. So now I don't have to share the treadmill, I don't have to look at 20's yr. old guys flexing their abs & muscles while I feel intimidatd on the treadmill & I don't have to worry about any germs left on the treadmill. Best news of all? My company is reimbursing me $300. for the treadmill. That leaves me $300. balance that I had to pay. I bought it on Black Friday (super sale) So now I can work out in the morning watching the 'Today' show and I don't have to put on winter clothes to step outside - awesome!

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