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Thread: Weight Lifting

  1. #1171
    Quote Originally Posted by Cory View Post
    Anyone have or use the Rogue echo bike?

    Florida is hot, and I've been thinking about an option for cardio or HIIT in the garage where there is a good fan. Which had me looking at the concept 2, but I don't have the space. Then, my wife expressed a ton of intrest in getting an "exercise bike" so she could work on her health/fitness. I suggested the Echo and she told me to get it. Lot of coin, but after I get my wind back (pesky covid. Doin better just slow) it'll get used.

    Thoughts?
    The Echo is a great bike imo. IME all the big name bikes are well built, so I'd buy the one you can the best deal on. Often times you can find a good deal on the Air Assault bikes locally on a place like Craigslist, or at least you can in my area.

  2. #1172
    I've been enjoying weightlifting for 54 years.
    Have fun.
    Do enough but not too much.
    Diet comes from the Latin "to die". There's nothing wrong with cold pizza and warm beer for breakfast; just don't do it every day.
    Don't forget the cardio!
    Get a good watch. I've been wearing Timex for 60 years.
    Like my newest; it's another Ironman...
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    I need some more plates. I'm stuck with 365 untill I do.

  4. #1174
    I have a Rogue Echo. An absolute tank. A bit pricey but the price is reflected in the product. That being said, a vintage Schwinn Airdyne will whip you just the same and often can be found used for a lot less money. In fact, if i could've found one near me I wouldn't have the Echo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03RN View Post
    I need some more plates. I'm stuck with 365 untill I do.

    Good stuff!

    Are you double over handing, with no chalk or straps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNewbie View Post
    Good stuff!

    Are you double over handing, with no chalk or straps?
    Thanks

    Mixed grip with chalk

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