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  1. I’d love to see do a review on the Tonal machine
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  2. This is excellent information -- thank you Sydney! I'll look out for the updated review of the 1750. Meanwhile, I'll try to find a store in my area that has all three, so I can compare them in person.
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  3. As far as a budget-friendly option, I would check out the Sole E25 Elliptical. We haven't tested this model in particular, but I've linked our spec review of it. In our experience, Sole makes really stable equipment, and they back up the construction with a lifetime warranty for the frame, 350 lb weight capacity, and a heavy 20 lb flywheel.
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  4. Hey krystal_km, I use the rowers at my local gym and I also really like doing workouts with a fitness app. In addition to what Sydney said, Apple Fitness has workout videos that they release every other day or so. It's what I prefer doing when I row. They range from 10 minute rows to 30 minute rows, similar to like a Peleton-type class with an instructor motivating and coaching during the class.
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  5. I would check out the Life Fitness Run CX and the Sole F85 treadmills. These both have 400 lb weight capacities. For exercise bikes, we typically just see up to 350 lb weight capacities.
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  6. Great question, treadmills aren't the lowest impact cardio machine to use but they will be great for walking for someone with lower back pain and possibly some light jogging. It is difficult to answer without understand the severity of the low back pain, we would recommend speaking with your health care provider and getting advice there before jumping into anything serious.
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  7. Hi Scott. You're right, they're very similar. I think it will just come down to how much you're planning on using it? What kind of use do you want it for? If you want to use it heavily, say everyday for over an hour while running at high speeds, or if you have roommates/family members that also want to use it regularly, then you might want to get the 7.8. Both treadmills can handle running and larger users, you might just get a bit more out of the 4.0 CHP motor if you're planning on using the treadmill heavily.
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