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relatively small treadmill or elliptical?
#382594 09/09/12 02:03 PM
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Do you guys have any recommendations for a fairly small treadmill or elliptical? We're talking about getting one, but we don't have a basement or a large amount of open space that we can figure out in the house. Also want decent quality. <$1000 preferred, but I'll take any recommendations.


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Ken.C #382595 09/09/12 03:15 PM
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I'd be interested in reccomendations as well. My wife wants a treadmill at the house.


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Ken.C #382596 09/09/12 04:13 PM
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Until they make an accessible treadmill or elliptical, I find this whole conversation dumb and discriminatory cry .

Walking is seriously overrated, too.

Actually, Ken, you can have my arm-bike, seeing as I can't use it anymore.


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Ya_basta #382604 09/10/12 01:11 AM
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I'll let you know when I've invented a time machine, Cam. Then you can go back in time and stick that landing.


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pmbuko #382605 09/10/12 01:52 AM
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Originally Posted By: pmbuko
I'll let you know when I've invented a time machine, Cam. Then you can go back in time and stick that landing.


laugh

Thanks, buddy smile.


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Ya_basta #382609 09/10/12 04:29 AM
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Somewhere in one of the many alternate universes is a walking Cam. Somewhere in a different alternate universes, each of us has lost the use of our legs. Infinite realities, man. Put that in your pipe and smoke it. smile


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Ken.C #382630 09/10/12 02:22 PM
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Would that walking Cam still get treatment from some attractive ladies? If not, you guys would have it better than me mad grin .


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Ken.C #382649 09/10/12 06:46 PM
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Infinite realities eh?
So somewhere, in the most unusual of all universes, Star Wars movies actually got better, McDonalds is a fruit smoothy shop and Mark's square room is the envy of Hollywood.


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Re: relatively small treadmill or elliptical?
Ken.C #382654 09/10/12 07:11 PM
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I'm gonna take this as a "no..."


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Ken.C #382658 09/10/12 07:38 PM
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For some reason it's in my head that mdrew knew something about treadmills. I tried a search but it didn't come up. If I remember correctly the thread had the name of a brand of treadmill in it - one that was fairly common. I remember seeing the name in our Canadian Tire flyer the week after, but it's not on Canadian Tire's website now, so I'm no help to you at all, unless something just twigged in your memory too!

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