I have been researching treadmills and came across a manual one for $150. The big bonus is it is quiet, compact (folds to fit under a bed) and really light only 21kg.
I think this would suit me as I only want it for walking and not running. Also because it's manual I don't need to plug it in anywhere.
Anyone have experience with these ones?
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20-06-2014 15:09 #11
20-06-2014 15:27 #12
I got one after DS1 and although I haven't used it recently, I used it each time I wanted to lose the baby weight.
I found it a godsend.
With two kids there was no way I was getting outside the house to exercise.
firstly, baby legs only walk so fast and secondly, no motivation.
Having the treadmill means I can get one in for his nap and set the other one up with a movie for a half hour use it then.
only laziness has kept me off it lately but I plan on easing back into a half and hour a day - soon
If you're in your own home, go for it.
The only downside to me having one is that we have moved house around six times since I bought it, my DH curses it every time
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