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Alpine Machine...?

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Has anyone every heard of the Alpine Machine before?

 

I forgot who sells it, but its like a pair of rungs that come out of a sliding vertical tower on each sides, and you alternate movement as you go up and down with your arms and legs.

 

In essence, its supposed to simulate speed climbing or something like that.

 

Just wanted to know if you know the site, or have used it ever.

 

Thanks guys...

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Yeah......thats it..........I think that would fit in a nice spot in the office.

 

Thanks Lionel.

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Im already begining to sweat looking at it.....But I have a loving girlfriend, so I won't need one.

 

Damn!....lol

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Check this out (!) the 108 CM model has. . .

 

New Talking Module...

New interactive display module, the CM will ensure its users are maintaining proper speed, climb rate, heart rate and more--It's like having your own personal trainer with you every step of the way. Other module features include audio feedback like "good job" or "your almost there" or "your climbing too fast, try slowing down" or "keep going at this rate". Plus, you can select interesting places to climb: Washington Monument, Mount Olympus and many more to choose from. Or select a virtual opponent if you like from novice to Olympian.

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