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Originally Posted by spelger View Post
Rollers are good for occasional use. and like Het Volk mentioned they have a very road like feel because you really have to pay attention to what you are doing. i've fallen off on more than one occasion. nice thing is they will hide quite nicely under a couch if doing in the living room.

i had them but got bored with them and moved up a few notches. but again, for occasional use they are nice.

ther was a set for sale on my local craig's list for about $120 with aluminum drums.
Being able to store rollers under a couch is a real plus. We're all different, but for me, I have no desire to focus on remaining stable and not falling while trying to get a little cardio workout in. I listen to music while I'm on the trainer and that's pretty much all I want to focus on.
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