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Old 11-16-2009, 01:37 PM   #21
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I use it 2-3x weekly, do fast walking/light joggin on alternate days.

Very smooth, easy, no soreness or injuries. It's a winner. YMMV.
Good! Thanks for the report. It is especially encouraging to hear that you had no soreness or injuries. The same is true for me so far, and I intend to keep it that way if I can.
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Old 11-16-2009, 05:50 PM   #22
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I use it 2-3x weekly, do fast walking/light joggin on alternate days.

Very smooth, easy, no soreness or injuries. It's a winner. YMMV.
That's so great! I remember well the one we had at my old gym. I probably doubled (or more) my time on it - didn't use it that often, and it wasn't the focus of my training, but I always thought it would be great to have at home. It's the only rowing machine I ever felt I could use properly and I think if I could spend more time with one I could really build up some stamina not to mention upper body conditioning.

Man, I really want one of those! One of these days.....

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I never saw it folded up and didn't realize that was an option. Does it fold up well?
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I've been using a Concept 2 for years at home and it's one great machine. It does a great job of keeping my weight down in the 265 range.
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