Exercise Machines You Can Take To Heart

We're the quirky civilization that rides elevators to the second floor and buys electronic stair steppers to condition our thighs. We drive to convenience stores and hurry back to our treadmills. Yes, we rely on machines to save us from working, then buy other machines to save our bodies from terminal flab. It's a roundabout way of staying in shape, and it's certainly not cheap. But if you want to get a good workout in front of the tube, an exercise machine may be the ticket.

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