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Old 09-07-2006, 12:58 PM   #11
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bike all the way

I have both and when I jog I would much rather be outside jogging
when the sun comes up. I tend to have a hard time doing it if I
don't do it right when I get out of bed. Also saves on water don't have
to shower in the morning and than again after I work out.

As for the bike I love mine I have a stationary airidine, I watch the cooking
chanel and think to myself I won't feel guilty if I just ride 10 mins more if I cook what they are making. For some reason I rarely will use the treadmill.

When first starting out the bike will help your buns, my thoughts are just as
much as a treadmill will. The buns need leg lifts and squats this is what works for me. They say after sticking with something for three weeks it
becomes a habit. After starting and feeling better you won't want to quit.

Happy working out

is your glass half full or empty? my is half full
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Old 09-08-2006, 09:17 AM   #12
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Thanks everyone, I am taking the plunge and ordering the bike right now.

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