Re: Re: minds and waistlines
Thu, 14 Aug 1997 12:52:19 -0400 (EDT)

In a message dated 97-08-13 14:41:27 EDT, you write:

That machine seemed very cool to me too. I asked the director of my health
center about it or anything like it, and she said that she goes to all the
conventions and seminars and so forth and has never seen anything like it.
But I decided I wanted to get it anyway and tried to find their website. It
didn't exist under anything like the name they mentioned, so I gave up on
it. But I look forward to a "flying" machine like this becoming available.
I wish I had paid closer attention....but Tv generally annoys I

>From what I recall...the machine was basically an "H" frame with "legs" or
"stirrups" hanging down into which you stand...there are hand grips which are
crossconnected to the stirrups...stnd in stirrups...cross of "H" at
waist....the net effect is a stifflegged stride...reminescent of crosscountry
skiing or skating...arms alternating with legs.. zero impact was
claimed....apparently resistannce may be increased...something similar to a
brake pad?

I'm sure it was something fllyer...although the web site was the name of the
company..not the product...and it was nothing like that...but it was in

I haven't had a chance to connect to the web since....had expected to locate
it I'm not so sure.

San Simone, AZ