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where to buy exercise machine?

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BL00CowWonders Sun 04-Jan-15 17:00:55

I want to go and try out various machines - where would be a good start? Some good deals in Argos, but I don't want to buy without having a go first

Littlepumpkinpie Sun 04-Jan-15 17:43:01

If your wanting to purchase a excercise machine but not sure what you may like why not get a day pass for a gym and have a go on them there. Then you can decide which one you like and go from there

BL00CowWonders Sun 04-Jan-15 18:47:27

We've already tried out lots in hotel gyms but not sure we can afford that range.

PhoebeMcPeePee Sun 04-Jan-15 22:44:40

I've been having a look online for indoor bikes & the overriding advice seems to be: unless you're on the market for a really decent eyewateringly expensive exercise bike then forget the argos type cheapie ones & get a turbo training for your own bike (or buy a cheap 2nd hand bike to keep indoors still cheaper than a basic exercise bike)

pootlebug Mon 05-Jan-15 10:31:26

What sort of machine do you want? A bike, a cross trainer, a rowing machine, a treadmill, something else?

BL00CowWonders Mon 05-Jan-15 15:14:44

I'd like a treadmill, but dh wants a cross trainer. I want to go and try out and we can get a better idea of what compromises we'll make.

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