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Old 07-17-07, 08:47 AM   #1
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Video Trainers

What are the best? I know nothing about them. Living in VT they seem like the way to go.

Are they reliable? Are they enjoyable?
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Old 07-18-07, 04:18 PM   #2
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Depends how you define "enjoyable". Like maybe, the sheer pleasure of reaching the cool-down stage? I have a selection of Spinervals from Coach Troy and his gang of self-abusers. Some of his dvd's are quite hard and I find myself gearing down from his recommendations. They do make a difference. Depending on your fitness level, try one of his easier programs first before buying an armful.
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