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ROGETRAY wrote:I know what some of the first questions about these products might be...and I will begin: What are the weight limits on these suckers?
I'm just hanging out, really.
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you are better off acquiring other types/styles of resistance bands, and then adding walking. Bands have a wide variety of weights, provide resistance throughout the motion (not just with the lift), and provide real-world strength without bulking up.
they can also travel to your desk, car, park, hotel room, etc....I use one of those angled bed wedges for sleeping. I place a longer set of bands underneath it. Lay back on the wedge, you have an incline bench. 5 minutes an hour when I was working, when I could the rest of the time, 345 pounds drops to 232.
Woo@@@@@@@ooT.........Ooops, was that me?
Beggin' your pardon, it must have been the w@@t soup.
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According to the User Guide, weight limit is 220 lb (100 kg) for the stepper. 87(
It's pronounced TREHL-ih-gan, rhymes with well-it-can, stress on the first syllable.