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8/30/10 12:58 A

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I only get a bit pain if my toes hit the end of pedals (barefoot on elliptical at home). My mother also uses elliptical and she swore that her aches at joints get lessen.

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3/14/10 4:54 P

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3/9/10 7:21 P

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I use my elliptical very often and i agree about the foot slots being way to large for the normal foot; but i don't get numbness or foot pain! maybe proper stretching will help? good luck!! i use insoles in my shoes also, and really thick socks! emoticon

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3/9/10 10:38 A

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I just get the numbness. Shifting my feet around helps some! Not sure about the pain though. Maybe you should check with the Doc if it persists! Good luck! emoticon

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3/9/10 4:22 A

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I get some numbness occasionally...shift my feet to avoid this.

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3/8/10 9:42 P

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i usually get tingling in my toes. i have heard this is because the foot slots on the elliptical are too big and in an ideal world, you should use an elliptical that is fitted to your foot. but who can afford that! HTH

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I really like the elliptical trainer, however I've noticed that when I use the equipment. I'm always experiencing foot, ankle, and sometimes calf pain. Does anybody else experience this at all.

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