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  1. Sarah's Health & Fitness Blog #11

    Alright, I’ve spent some time on the treadmill now and understand its lure. First, it is different than walking. By setting the pace there is a compulsion to keep walking at the speed you’ve set. Sure, you can slow it down, but the idea is to keep at it, right, and the Life Fitness treadmill does that, kind of eggs you on, makes you keep working. It’s good for my foot, too. Because of my Morton’s Nueroma, I shouldn’t bend my foot so much, where my toes join the ball of my foot, and because I’m not pushing myself off each step, moving myself forward, my foot stays flatter, and I can walk longer on the treadmill than on the track before the neuroma flares up its ugly head, so to speak. I enjoyed the different settings on the treadmill. The way I co

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  2. Speed Training vs. Distance

    Running at the track is fun, but inconvenient and many of us have schedules that are too busy to squeeze time in at the local track. Outdoor running routines can be done on treadmills indoors, however, some of the variables of running outdoors are hard to simulate through running on a treadmill indoors. For instance, one of our favorite clients was telling me her story of assimilation from running at her son's high school track, to running indoors. Her routine consisted of running 8 laps around the track, 5 days a week. She would sprint the corners and jog the straight aways and was curious as to how she could optimally replicate that exact routine on her Life Fitness 95Ti treadmill, which has turned her basement into a smaller version of the track at her son's school. We are looking for more stories like this. Detailed workout routines that have been traditionally performed outdoors, but have been translated to the indoor gym environment.

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  3. A Home Gym, Treadmill and a Scale Walk into a Bar...

    If you want to take your life from hell to heaven, from a health standpoint that is, buy three pieces of home fitness equipment. The first piece of exercise gear you should buy should be a multi-station home gym. Make sure the home gym has more than one or two stations and also make sure that it has the ability to work out the lower half of your body. A leg press, leg extension, or leg curl machine will do. Additionally, you should also make sure that the weight stack for your home gym is broken down into 10 pound increments to make it easier for you to change the intensity level of your workout. Equally as important, is the ability of this multi-station home gym, to replicate the natural lifting motions of the top quality exercise machines that you would use at a commercial fitness center or gym. Next, buy a treadmill. Do some homework on what kind of treadmill is best for you and buy it. It's not a house, don't over-think it. Buy a treadmill and use it. Lastly, get yourse

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