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2009/07/19 17:58:12 (permalink)

Motorized treadmills - retail home versions, are they....

okay to use for just walking, even at a medium intensity?

I know these are generally frowned up as home equipment but it switches up the cardio I do at home.

Are they okay for the above use or are they just totally bunk?

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    Re:Motorized treadmills - retail home versions, are they.... 2009/07/19 21:39:49 (permalink)
    I have the roger black gold treadmill and its sturdy enough for everyday use and goes to 14kph plus has incline had for 2 over years now no problems.
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    Re:Motorized treadmills - retail home versions, are they.... 2009/07/19 22:15:52 (permalink)
    GMAN6

    I have the roger black gold treadmill and its sturdy enough for everyday use and goes to 14kph plus has incline had for 2 over years now no problems.


    Gman, thats for that.

    What do you mostly do on it? Is for a long time, high intensity, etc?

    My main use is for walking before breakfast and a slow jog in the evening days off weight training for about 45 mins.

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    Re:Motorized treadmills - retail home versions, are they.... 2009/07/21 20:27:19 (permalink)
    bump

    Hazard a touch of narcissism without shame.
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    Re:Motorized treadmills - retail home versions, are they.... 2009/07/24 01:41:12 (permalink)
    i used mine for unfuelled SSCV while i was cutting and i think its awsome, i plan to do the same in my next cut and in my bulk. ive got the reebok i-run treadmill and id defo reccomend it.
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