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We are actually getting a stairmaster (Nordic) this week from a friend of ours. They are moving and giving to us for free (yeah). Unfortunately it is not together although he claims to have all the parts. I use to use one at they gym 10 years ago and you really burn the calories on it.
Lori aka Palmtreefl
Is ready for life style change both phsically and emotionally
I read that the treadclimber IS VERY HARD TO USE....not to waste money on it!
Check this out instead.... www.the-rowing-machine.com/treadmill
MY NEW saying: (borrowed from Delila)
"If you want to do something, you'll find a way, if you don't, you'll find an excuse."
Nordic Track makes one also. I don't know if I'd want one. It seems like a lot of moving parts which increases the chance for a breakdown. Still, if you see good reports from other consumers, it might be worth looking into.
Call me WG
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.
Be yourself. Everyone else is already taken.
You will never "find" time for anything. If you want time, you must make it.
I don't own one. They are very expensive. I don't live near a play it again, which I love! Years ago on my first 100 pound loss trip I bought a bowflex something or other. It was HARD to use so I sent it back. Bet Bowflex products haven't changed much over the years so its probably not you!
I have been looking at the treadclimber for quite a while now. I also tried one in a play it again sports here in south carolina. Is is me or is it a little difficult to use. Do you have to get used to it or something. Any help or information would be great. Thanks all of my sparkfriends