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  1. Elliptical Cross-Trainers vs Treadmills

    Cardiovascular fitness training is necessary for optimal health. Our bodies benefit from running but running on hard surfaces can do more harm than good to our body. For example, many runners have beat up their knees, ankles, hips, back and other body parts from indiscriminately running outside on rough, hard, pavement. Treadmills can be the source for bodily aches and pains as well. Frequent running on a treadmill can become stressful on your body and even worse, the pressure applied to your joints can build up and cause severe pain, strictly limiting your ability to run for long distances. Stair climbers can put an enormous amount of pressure on your joints too. Running outdoors on anything other than grass can cause significant damage to our body, just as climbin

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  2. Buy the Perfect Treadmill

    When you purchase a treadmill make sure you buy one that has the right features and specs to accommodate your body type and running style. Treadmill running decks vary in size and people frequently make the mistake of purchasing a treadmill that has too small of a running area. If you are six feet tall and purchase a treadmill with a running deck that is 58" long and 18" wide, chances are, you will be unable to run with comfort. Making sure you have enough running room for your legs is essential. To understand the differences between treadmills that will and will not meet the criteria you need, please compare the Woodway ELG Treadmill and the Weslo CrossWalk 5.0 Treadmill with one another and you will immediately understand how some treadmill running decks are long and wide enough for basketball players, while some space and cost efficient treadmills are not big enough for anyone over five feet tall. The Woodway ELG treadmill has a running deck that is an astounding 88"L and 27"W. That

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