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DollFin
03-19-2008, 17:51
I actually managed to put together my IronMan Eliptical machine I bought - I think THAT should count as a workout in it's own right!

BoomerNJ
03-19-2008, 17:54
I know how you feel, I put together a tread mill once & it took like 3 hours... Never mind the computer desk I bought early last year, that took several hours over the course of two days... lol....

WAHMof2
03-23-2008, 14:50
It always amazes me that they can break something like that down to so many small pieces for shipping.

Suther2136
03-25-2008, 21:17
Of course you realize that it's not really elliptical! They all go around in circle, they just look that way 'cause you eye tracks heel to toe.

mm_dm
03-26-2008, 07:46
I still use the ones at the gym. I think about buying one from time to time, but the people who live around would all have to be gone for the day so I could out it together without offending them.

DollFin
03-30-2008, 14:14
Of course you realize that it's not really elliptical! They all go around in circle, they just look that way 'cause you eye tracks heel to toe.


I know, but that's what they call it anyhow so I'm not gonna argue. :)

DollFin
03-30-2008, 14:19
I still use the ones at the gym. I think about buying one from time to time, but the people who live around would all have to be gone for the day so I could out it together without offending them.

I hate going to the gym. It just takes too big a chunk out of my day, I hate exercising with other people around, it's so darn expensive etc. I live alone and would rather just work out by myself, especially since I can do it at 2AM if I feel so inclined.

Now if I only had a pool!!

MicahEW
03-31-2008, 17:36
yeah mine makes a great dirty cloths holder even better than my laundry basket which is empty

matt151617
05-04-2008, 22:15
Plus if you work out at home, you don't have to wear clothes... keeps you cooler, and less stuff to wash. Lol.

wolfen42
05-05-2008, 09:56
Plus if you work out at home, you don't have to wear clothes... keeps you cooler, and less stuff to wash. Lol.

Yeah, but then there's so much more potential for injury with your bits flopping around and all... :smiley36:

harb99
05-05-2008, 10:30
Plus if you work out at home, you don't have to wear clothes... keeps you cooler, and less stuff to wash. Lol.

Yeah, but then there's so much more potential for injury with your bits flopping around and all... :smiley36:

:smilie39:

Darthwader
05-07-2008, 07:57
I actually managed to put together my IronMan Eliptical machine I bought - I think THAT should count as a workout in it's own right!
Hey DF, what part did you put in backwards or upside down? :smiley2:
You know there has to be one item installed this way, at least that's been my experience!:bonk:

skippy11
05-07-2008, 21:44
I have an eliptical at home and for the longest time it was used as my place to hang clothes while I was doing laundry. I have started to use it (1.5 years later). The only bad thing is when I want to move it to a different room.....its a workout in itself to get it from point A to point B.

beperkins
10-16-2008, 12:37
Congratulations onwinning the war with the instructions, now you have a brand new clothes hanger to be proud of:smiley2: