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To treadmill or not to treadmill by laurakboll Posted Mon 28 Oct 2013 6:55am Happy Monday, friends! I hope you had a refreshing weekend.  I’m thrilled to have my last long-long run behind me.  A few more medium-long runs to go, but Saturday was the final 20 miler.  Whew! So, is everyone experiencing this cold front? Living in Texas for two years thinned out my blood, I think.  I’m freezing! Once I get warmed up, ... Read on »
The Treadmill vs. The Cripple Knee : Treadmill - 1 Cripple Knee - 0 by meggymegos Patient Expert Posted Thu 13 Aug 2009 6:59pm What's up ya'll. I'm home from Rehab (P.T.) and eating lunch at McAllister's Deli.  MMmmm it sure was tasty. Rehab was good today, except I lifted my leg up while I was on the treadmill to scratch it and ended up slamming it into the front handles on it. OUCH! So i had to stop for about 30 seconds to rub the soreness out. Luke got a huge lau ... Read on »
Client Reports upon Fitness treadmills – The most effective Residence Fitness treadmills by Movements Afoot Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 10 Oct 2011 5:53pm The best solutions to individual the top treadmill machines as well as weak versions would be to review customer reviews. Just what are individuals who just love the particular treadmill you are thinking about saying about this? That is a directory of these best treadmills using the customer reviews ones. A single) Bowflex Collection Seve ... Read on »
Five Things To Do On A Treadmill Besides Run On It [Plus: Ultimate Treadmill Fails!] by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Mon 04 Mar 2013 11:52pm   Treadmills are not just expensive sweater drying racks. It turns out these moving sidewalks to nowhere have many uses. You can run on them – especially satisfying since their front panel doubles a sweat splatter screen so not only can you see how far you’ve run but also how hard you’ve had to work to get there. You can also wa ... Read on »
Treadmill Pads: An Invaluable Accessory for Treadmill Owners by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Wed 02 Sep 2009 5:30pm In a fast-paced, high-stress world, it's so easy to let our physical health go, and one day find ourselves horribly overweight and grossly out of shape. At first, you may not be able to do a lot of exercises, but walking or very light jogging is still one of the foundations of a quality exercise program. You can get your walking in either outdoors ... Read on »
Treadmill or Dreadmill? Treadmill Shake Ups and Workouts by fitrunningmama Posted Tue 04 Feb 2014 6:00am Happy Tuesday!  More snow is coming tonight into tomorrow!  Awesome right!?!?! moving on…. Here is a reminder of the Move Nourish Believe Challenge that I am a part of!  How did you sweat it out yesterday?  I ran 4.3 miles … Continue reading → Read on »
The War on Obesity Has Gone to the Dogs – Treadmills at the Kennel by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 26 May 2010 3:42pm This kennel is in Maine and I guess when it comes to cold weather days perhaps having an outlet for exercise inside could help.  In my way of thinking, me the owner needs the exercise too so we do walks together.    Don’t let that dog become a couch potato.  BD    BANGOR, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- One kennel and doggy d ... Read on »
A Useful Site for Treadmill Seekers by Israel L. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 26 Jul 2010 10:40am In the market for a new treadmill? Before you jump in to buying a new machine, take a minute and do your research. There are many different models on the market, and finding the right treadmill to meet your needs is important if you want to continue using it after you make your purchase. A resourceful website in buying the right piec ... Read on »
Treadmill Tricks by Israel L. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 27 Jan 2011 3:30pm Not only do I love to run, but I love the treadmill. A bit odd for someone who has self-diagnosed A.D.D., but it’s true; I find it easier to run on the treadmill versus the pavement. With colder weather right around the corner, most outdoor fans are forced to transition to indoor workouts. I know many LOATHE the big ‘T’ but here are a couple ... Read on »
Fitness Tips Taking The Boredom Out Of Treadmill Walking And Running by Melanie J. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Thu 10 Jul 2008 4:02pm Hi All, Hot Summer temperatures and/or high humidity may mean that instead of doing your walking workouts and running workouts outdoors like you might at other times of the year, you need to take your walking workout and running workout indoors.  I personally never, ever went on a treadmill when I lived in Southern CA because of the wonde ... Read on »