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Anyone know how hard these things are on the knees? I can't run on concrete anymore (Thanks Army!) and need some cushion on the knees.
I gave away my monkeys.....
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If you need one of these, but it is outside your price range, take note:
After my wife fractured a hip, she used a high-quality treadmill to get back and surpass her strength and balance. So it might be worth it.
Having said that, once the first store-bought unit finally wore out, I was able to find an even more expensive unit at the Salvation Army Thrift Store for $80.
I have seen $2,500 units (that look like the deck of the Star Ship Enterprise) go for $250.
This is the time of year when a LOT of unused high-priced gear is donated as a tax deduction.
Just don't buy a used Thighmaster...eeeeww.
acpress.com Not cute, but useful.