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11/12/15 10:44 A

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9/17/15 1:45 P

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Do you walk outside then?


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9/13/15 11:03 A

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I have a difficult time doing tread mills because of balance issues

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5/5/15 1:17 P

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My goal is to FIND the treadmill to walk on it! I also have a huge German Sheppard that needs walking! emoticon

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6/9/14 12:20 A

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Hello, new to the team. I like to walk outside in the mornings, and walk on my treadmill in the evenings.

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12/2/13 1:18 P

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I use the treadmill if it's too cold outdoors, usually in the winter.

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2/26/13 8:15 A

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I use the treadmill in the Winter and Outside the rest of the time

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1/20/13 6:26 A

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During the winter I mostly use the treadmill or Leslie Sansone DVD . When the weather improves I am outside walking or hiking


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10/25/12 5:19 P

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I use the treadmill a lot because I live in Mn and the weather is so unpredictable. But I also use my ellipitical and I love doing the Walk Away the pounds dvds. Whatever I can do in order to not go crazy with boredom in the winter. But I would rather walk outdoors.

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10/17/12 4:58 P

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I use the treadmill only when I can't walk outside because of heavy rain. (I don't have to worry about snow for another month or two)

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7/18/12 8:17 A

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sometimes the treadmill, sometimes the road and sometimes the track at the local school

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5/23/12 9:11 P

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I walk on the treadmill mainly some days I do the walk away the pounds DVDS and love to walk outside at the campgrounds.

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5/23/12 1:21 P

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I alternate between doing treadmill, walk away the pound dvds, ellipitical or running or walking outside. I prefer to walk/run outdoors but since I am limited on time and i need to get a workout in, I do my walking or running on the treadmill.

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1/3/12 9:54 A

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I alternate between the treadmill and the ellipical. When I walk on the treadmill it is normally 2-3 miles and increasing the the miles and the incline between 7-8%.
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1/2/12 10:06 P

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I do the treadmill only when I have to. Mainly for 20 minutes but I do interval inclines at a walk. I think it helps work the back hamstrings and butt. I prefer to walk outside in most weather since I live in the country.

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1/2/12 6:52 P

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I do walk on a treadmill when I have no other choice but it is too hard on my body to do it for very long so I tend to walk in 10-15 minute increments up to maybe 45 min max - the treadmills make me dizzy and the steady pace often leaves me aching, although I can walk for a couple of hours without feeling any after effects when I walk 'normally.'

Another factor for me is that my dogs want and need to be walked and obviously the treadmill doesn't help with that so I combine their needs with my needs and we usually walk outside at least twice a day. Still, it's great to have the treadmill as an alternative when the weather is yucky outside! Good luck!
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1/2/12 1:28 P

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When I walk on a Treadmill, I usually walk between 6 to 8 miles a day. On an indoor track, 4 to 6 miles a day. emoticon

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1/2/12 12:30 P

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As a rule I walk on a padded track,14 laps per mile very easy on the joints. I like using my own power, not the motor of a treadmill. I will once or twice a month walk on a treadmill as a change of pace for 30 min. No more

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1/2/12 11:46 A

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Hello, I just started, im getting used to it, but i plan to walk two-five miles a day. How about you?

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1/2/12 10:56 A

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If you walk a on a treadmill, how many miles do you walk?

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