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    Exergenie

    I'm thinking about making the transition over from sleds to the exegenie - seems to be easier to transport and easier on my lower hamstring tendons. Looks very similar to Charlie isorobic.

    https://serioussteel.com/collections...xoCuGIQAvD_BwE

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    Re: Exergenie

    Good idea. I have about 5 of them. A mix of isorobic/Apollo/Exergenie.
    Easy to get off eBay for around $40-50 and order a 100’ nylon rope from Home Depot.
    Adding a load sensor later can get one some good data.
    Although, Too many ppl jump on data and haven’t even come close to proper relaxation/form/smoothness etc.

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    Re: Exergenie

    Quote Originally Posted by RB34 View Post
    I'm thinking about making the transition over from sleds to the exegenie - seems to be easier to transport and easier on my lower hamstring tendons. Looks very similar to Charlie isorobic.

    https://serioussteel.com/collections...xoCuGIQAvD_BwE
    did you get this. Last one I had was a old one from ebay. Lasted a while.

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    Re: Exergenie

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris6878 View Post
    did you get this. Last one I had was a old one from ebay. Lasted a while.
    Not yet.. Debating if I should spend $400 since sled pulls always cause lower hamstring issues. I'm wondering if the pull from the exergenie is different from the sled.

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    Re: Exergenie

    Quote Originally Posted by RB34 View Post
    Not yet.. Debating if I should spend $400 since sled pulls always cause lower hamstring issues. I'm wondering if the pull from the exergenie is different from the sled.
    Well surface friction with a sled will not be an issue

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