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New ski treadmill keeping athletes close to home

Canmore’s elite biathlon and cross-country ski athletes will be keeping their training regimen a little more local this summer as they can save time and focus on their training which will also give them full recovery time. With Fully programmable with the ability to challenge athletes with grades up to 20 per cent and speeds of up to 35 kilometers per hour, the treadmill allows coaches to program simulation routes that replicate courses at the Nordic Center, and soon, from around the globe.

“The recovery was not so perfect. It’s much nicer to have it here. The athletes come up, do a warm-up on the roller-ski track, they have a certain scheduled time and they do their workout. Then they can do their cool-down, go home and recover properly.”The treadmill also allows coaches to carefully monitor athlete performance, with cameras and monitors providing instant feedback. Biathlete Megan Imrie, who has been recovering from issues with asthma, was able to use the treadmill to determine how successful her recovery has been.
The treadmill will supplement a summer training program that includes biking, running, and trips to the Haig glacier in preparation for the coming competitive season that starts this November.

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2009-02-18 17:29:09 by nopilates

Have you ever done P90X? One of the workouts is actually called "Cardio X". Not to mention Kempo and the Plyo will kick your ass. I personally use the videos when I want a secondary "cardio" workout at home.
And as for Bowflex, that is just a retarded statement. It depends on how you use it. If I walk on a treadmill, then it has no "CARDIO" either!

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  • Avatar BeatTheGib What's the best treadmill at the most reasonable price for home fitness?
    Aug 06, 2007 by BeatTheGib | Posted in Diet & Fitness

    Preferrably with a warranty of some sort. Also, if anyone knows of any good home gyms (not the BowFlex) where I could get a total body workout at a reasonable price, that too would be appreciated. Please provide links. Thanks.

    • The Total Gym is one. I think I've seen it advertised at Walmart or Kmart for a semi-reasonable price, at least it was less than what I paid for it. There is another called the Cross-bow by Weider that is very similar to …ment at a reasonable price. I paid $600 for my treadmill, but I got mine at Dick's Sporting Goods. The only way to get good stuff cheap is to check out your local papers in the classifieds for anyone who is selling stuff.