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Best Cardio Equipment Money Can Buy

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Best Cardio Equipment Money Can Buy

There is all kinds of cardio equipment out there and they all promise the same thing. They will make you sweat, burn fat, lose weight, or just keep the body active. Unfortunately the pieces of equipment can range anywhere from 0-,000 dollars.

We here at Human Machines want to resurrect a timeless classic. No shiny new stairmasters, or pretty stationary bikes. No bells, No whistles.

Also stick around for the ending where we show you how to keep this routine fun, and challenging for years to come!

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Kids Aerobics

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A great kids activity idea, follow along to these simple and family-friendly excercises with a physical therapist from C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, Kendra VanWasshenova. For more summertime fun, visit .

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Allow your body to relax with this cool-down routine. This is a great way to slow down the heart rate and allow your muscles to relax. This cool-down will help calm the mind and fully recover the muscles after exercising.

Aqua Aerobics – Paddle Workout 1

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If you are thinking of using some buoyancy equipment to your aqua aerobics class these paddles are a great little addition. They are light, slim and affordable if you are on a tight budget.
This 5 minute workout gives you a few moves to add to your class. You can also do these routines with the @aquasphere dumbbells & ergo bells.
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KLB Sport 27″ Adjustable Exercise Equipment Step Platform With 2 Risers

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KLB Sport 27″ Adjustable Exercise Equipment Step Platform With 2 Risers

  • Support Up To 500LBS
  • Adjustable Heights: 4″ to 6″
  • Dimensions: 27″L X 11″W X 6″H
  • Heavy-Duty Polypropylene Material and Advanced Injection Molding Technology
  • Non-slip Surface for a Worry-Free Workout.

This exercise stepper will help you improve your cardiovascular fitness and strengthen your lower body. The secure, nonskid surface can ensure your sporting activity safely for it gives you a firm footing and works your way up as your endurance and abilities improve. The aerobic step can be used to shape your hamstrings with alternating lunges and strengthen your chest and back muscle by doing pushups.

About This Stepper
It’s ideal for indoor and outdoor workout

List Price: $ 45.70


Are Drop Sets Dumb? Does Cardio Kill Gains? Stretch for Gains? Motivation? Career in 5 Years (Q&A)

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