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Exercise Equipment.
 
# 16 : Monday 4-10-2010 @ 22:08
 
 
Someone said :

eh... don't you need to rest your muscles for 2 days so they have a chance to build?

I do different groups different days and some days leave the weights out altogether.
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# 17 : Monday 4-10-2010 @ 22:09
 
 
Someone said :

I do different groups different days and some days leave the weights out altogether.

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# 18 : Tuesday 29-1-2013 @ 09:19
 
 
hi guys, getting a crosstrainer this week. Was gonna get it in elverys on the font hill road. Is this a good place to go and which are the best brands. Not worried about all the digital stuff like monitors, apps, np3 etc etc just want something reliable and good quality.
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# 19 : Tuesday 29-1-2013 @ 11:51
 
 
Crosstrainers usually become incredibly expensive clothe horses in a matter of weeks.
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# 20 : Tuesday 29-1-2013 @ 11:53
 
 
I would love one too, but space is a factor and if it just sitting there while I am also sitting on my arse watching TV I think it would annoy me.
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# 21 : Tuesday 29-1-2013 @ 12:03
 
 
Someone said :
Crosstrainers usually become incredibly expensive clothe horses in a matter of weeks.

So much so that it's easy to find second hand ones very cheaply. I wouldn't buy a new one - same goes for lots of exercise equipment.
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# 22 : Tuesday 29-1-2013 @ 12:04
 
 
Great point!
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# 23 : Tuesday 29-1-2013 @ 12:58
 
 
It really depends on you Platenex. If your objective is to get routine back in your life, get out and be productive then take the gym option. That way you can set yourself that routine of getting ready going out being productive coming home.

I personally work out at home but my objective is to be fit. I have the ability to motivate myself in that regard and I find gyms annoying.

It sounds to me though that you might want to get out and about be social and be productive you won't achieve that no matter what equipment you haul into your home.
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# 24 : Tuesday 29-1-2013 @ 13:09
 
 
I bought a stepper once. The most energy i ever expended on it, was lugging it from wardrobe to wardrobe.

Gyms and any sort of exercise equipment is a complete waste for me. Prefer team sports and being outside
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# 25 : Tuesday 29-1-2013 @ 21:19
 
 
thanks for the advice nd therapy session but i really do just want the product info. Can't look at second hand unless i know what to look for.
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# 26 : Tuesday 29-1-2013 @ 21:35
 
 
Well sorry we have failed you.

I reckon no one on here ever bought one. You're better off researching in other, bigger forums. Especially sports ones.

Or look up other specialised sites.
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# 27 : Tuesday 29-1-2013 @ 22:09
 
 
probably just end up trusting the elverys staff. I thought there was an enthusiast for every topic on here
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