Thanks for sharing your thoughts Ryan. I have a larger TV now, so I can see it from across the room. I walked on the treadmill last night while watching TV, and it wasn't so boring. Maybe I'll keep it and use it when I watch TV rather than sitting. Every little bit helps, right?
If you have the space for it, you may want to keep your treadmill. I know what you mean with the desk job, but you may want to take a few small walks on break. Even it is just five minutes here or there. As for the treadmill, even though you may exercise the most with the Kinect, you may want to change it up time-to-time. Based on your mood, etc.
Since I've gotten my Kinect, I don't use my treadmill much - but I do sometimes use it because I have a desk job and I sit all day long. I don't like the treadmill, but I feel like I "should" walk. (Doesn't that help stretch out the hips or something like that? I thought I heard it somewhere, that walking is good for people with desk jobs.)
So anyway, what's your opinion? Sell the treadmill and just use the Kinect, or keep it and try to use it more?
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