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8/30/12 6:24 P

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What I found out my goggling it is a low bearing weight exercise here's a link to the article

everydayhealth.com/weight/weight-bea
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On the elliptical there is a resistance setting / level depending on the machine what it is called if you have it on a higher setting yes it will be hard if you never used one before but they are easy on the joints

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8/30/12 10:54 A

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I don't know, but I felt the same way about the elliptical. Found it difficult.

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8/30/12 10:50 A

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Hi there.

I usually use the treadmill, but when I went to the fitness room yesterday, all were in use except the broken one. I tried the elliptical instead and it was very different. Definitely could feel additional muscles.

Does anyone know if the elliptical is considered weight bearing? Thanks!

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