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.
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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.
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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
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