By Howyalivin? (Atlanta, GA) on Apr 16, 2013
Comments: I purchased my machine almost 100yrs ago ...well, ok - but when they first starting advertising I believe I purchased in 1987 (it's on the machine, I'm always in awe when every start to use it every 5-6yrs and see how long I've actually had it). Well I'm in my 50's now, almost 55. I have just pulled out my machine last week and have started using for atleast 30mins per day. I'm now in ATL, GA - high pollen count no longer an excuse for walking vigorously, I am encouraged to get the exercise I have been neglecting completed as a vigorous morning walk and/or an evening of sking or roller derby. I'm so glad my machine is still here and still carrying my heavy load ...213lbs. Hope to get the inches and lbs off again once again - 120 to 125lbs would be great although I'm only 5'1 1/2. :-) Only thing that every did break on me was the gadget to track miles, etc. I will order another if they still make them. Also since my last move, missing one of the the little gadgets you put in the required wholes. Other than that, me and my machine have weathered the storms for 30+yrs. :-)
A classic in the home fitness world, the Classic Pro Skier is still a fan favorite for its effectiveness. Smooth, natural motion of Nordic skiing offers exercise without injury or discomfort, while adjustable resistance and elevation let you easily adjust the intensity of your workout. Independent resistance controls for the arms and legs give you training variety. The LED feedback window tracks time, distance calories burned and pulse.