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The ABCs of using, buying a treadmill

Monday, April 14th, 2014
Landice L7 Pro Treadmill

Landice L7 Pro Treadmill

It’s hard to beat a treadmill for the results it can provide.
People of just about any exercise background can exercise on a treadmill, helping to make it the most popular selling cardio machine in the world.
You can get on a treadmill and immediately get started: walk, jog or sprint on a treadmill; change incline and speed; even walk or jog sideways or in reverse on it if you wish to work the muscles in different ways.
Although treadmills are incredibly easy to use, they can be very difficult to shop for.
Buying a treadmill for your home, office or somewhere else you want it to exercise on can be intimidating. There are a huge variety of treadmills in all price ranges.
It’s very important to try out treadmills in person. Bring running shoes and walk or run on it — and talk with a trained sales associate at a specialty fitness store like At Home Fitness to learn the different features available. They can help match you with the best treadmill to fit your needs and budget.
Often, a treadmill really is an item in which you get what you pay for. Don’t go to a “big box” department store and expect to get a treadmill you’ll enjoy running on for a crazy low discount price. Chances are it will be a flimsy machine that will wind up breaking down or that you won’t want to use. The department stores often won’t tell you that some discount treadmills aren’t even made for running on — just walking.
To help get you started, here are three treadmill brands I highly recommend at three different price points:
Landice – Generally regarded as the best in the business, Landice has been the No. 1-rated Treadmill seven years in a row with a perfect score. Landice also has the best warranty in the business.
At Home Fitness in Arizona and their online headquarters www.athomefitness.com is your one-stop source for great deals on Landice equipment.
People might be surprised to learn they can mix and match treadmill features even at this elite level. Landice has two different sized frames (L7 and L8) and four varieties of electronic boards (pro trainer, pro sports trainer, cardio trainer and the top of the line executive trainer) to select from.
Even if you want the top-end frame, you could save about $700-800 depending on what electronic board you decide to go with. Depending on the model and features, Landice Treadmills are often priced between $3,300-$6,000.
BH Fitness — The internationally regarded BH Fitness has been around since 1909 and has some tremendous mid-priced treadmills.
The BH Fitness TS2 Treadmill ($1,999 retail, on sale for $1,199 at AHF) has an extra-large blue backlit LCD display and an extra 2 inches of running surface. The folding frame features Safe Drop technology, which helps offer a space-saving solution without sacrificing quality. It has a quiet 2.5 HP DC motor, 20” x 57” running surface and is Polar® wireless HR compatible.
3G Cardio – To save money and also space, try the ingenious 3G Cardio 80i Fold Flat Treadmill ($1,499 at AHF, $600 savings off MSRP).
The 3G Cardio 80i Fold Flat Treadmill has one of the most powerful motors among fold flat treadmills and is sturdy enough to provide an excellent workout whether you’re walking or running. It can accommodate people who weigh up to 325 pounds.
If you’re short on space in your home, garage, apartment, camper or wherever else you want to have a treadmill, the 3G Cardio 80i Fold Flat Treadmill should fit your needs.
It can fold flat to a height of just 9.75 inches and easily be rolled under the bed for storage, or it can be folded up and stored vertically.
If you are looking to buy a new or used treadmill in Scottsdale, Desert Ridge, Ahwatukee or Gilbert, there are At Home Fitness superstores in those cities in the Phoenix area. Those stores are also located near many other cities in Arizona.

At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at aaron@athomefitness.com

3G Cardio Vibration training great for baseball, softball

Tuesday, April 1st, 2014
Vibration training is a great way to build strength and also improve flexibility for baseball and softball.

Vibration training is a great way to build strength and also improve flexibility for baseball and softball.

Baseball and softball seasons are now under way at all levels.
Did you know a great way to build strength and also improve flexibility is through accelerated vibration training?
There are an abundance of exercises that a baseball or softball player can perform on a 3G Cardio AVT machine to strengthen the upper body and lower body, improving power and bat speed at the plate, strength for throwing and overall speed and agility.
Trainers advise using vibration training in conjunction with traditional strength training methods, such as free weights or functional trainers.
Here are some of the countless exercises that can be performed on a 3G Cardio Vibration Trainer for baseball and softball: Regular squat, Lunge, Calf Raises, Push Up, Triceps Dip, Biceps Curl (use strap attachments), Bent Over Row (use strap attachments), Front Raise (use strap attachments) and Abdominal Crunch.
Vibration training also helps with another extremely important aspect of playing baseball and softball: stretching.
Baseball and softball players are at greater risk for arm injuries and pulled leg muscles because of the explosive movements that are required in the sport.
More and more trainers are making vibration training an important part of regular conditioning programs to improve flexibility.

At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at aaron@athomefitness.com

Vibration training is hidden gem of fitness world

Thursday, March 20th, 2014
AVT 6.0 Vibration Machine by 3G Cardio

AVT 6.0 Vibration Machine by 3G Cardio

During the NCAA Basketball Tournament, everybody loves the Cinderella team. You know, the bracket buster that somehow beats the bigger, more well-known schools and makes it a March to remember.
In the fitness world, a true hidden gem is the vibration trainer machine. It may not be as well known as machines like treadmills, ellipticals or home gyms, but can stack up or exceed them with the results it provides.
Lots of people still aren’t familiar with vibration training, although that’s changing by the day as it’s become the fastest growing segment of the fitness industry.
Accelerated Vibration Training (AVT), aka Whole Body Vibration Training (WBV), is helping people ranging from NFL and NBA players to average every-day people and even senior citizens.
How is this possible that so many different types of people can benefit from vibration training? The key is in the vibration plates and the way the body reacts to instability the vibrations create while standing on the platform.
Instead of adding “mass” in traditional strength training such as weightlifting, with vibration training the “acceleration” is increased through rapid movement of the platform and the muscles reflexively react as you perform a variety of static or dynamic exercises.
Whereas people use as little as 20 percent of their muscle fibers in traditional strength training they can use up to 95 percent with AVT. The vibrations cause the muscles to contract 25-50 times per second.
AVT is not only much more efficient, but it’s also a lot safer because it allows the body to experience stress with much more ease than it would traditional weightlifting with dumbbells and barbells, for example.
The top-ranked vibration machines are made by 3G Cardio, which is available for the lowest prices anywhere through At Home Fitness.
The 3G Cardio AVT 3G Cardio AVT 6.0 Vibration Machine, ($4,999, AHF price $4,499), 3G Cardio AVT 5.0 Vibration Machine ($3,999, AHF price $3,599) and the 3G Cardio AVT 3.0 Vibration Machine ($2,249, AHF price $1,999) lead the way for quality and value.
The trio of 3G Cardio Vibration Training machines have been given “Best Buy” awards by both www.vibration-machine-reviews.com and www.vibrationplatereview.com.

At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at aaron@athomefitness.com

Final Four winners easy to pick for home gym

Wednesday, March 19th, 2014

With “March Madness” under way, aka the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, lots of people around the country have filled out brackets in contests trying to pick the winners.
Sports history has shown repeatedly that it’s impossible to pick a sure thing, but the potential for upsets are part of what makes events like the NCAA Tournament so much fun.
When it comes to fitness, there’s a pretty clear-cut Final Four for any top-notch gym: treadmill, elliptical machine, home gym or functional trainer and exercise bike.
If your workout room has these tops seeds, you have all the tools necessary to bring out your inner champion.
** Treadmills are the No. 1 selling home exercise machine for a reason – they get results. If you purchase a treadmill for your home there are a multitude of ways it will help you get in better shape. Exercising on a treadmill can help increase your metabolism, whether you’re running or walking.
** Elliptical machines provide a great cardio workout without jarring your joints and bones. For people who have soreness in their knees or ankles after a run, the elliptical could provide an excellent alternative. The elliptical uses continuous motion instead of the up-and-down movement of your feet slamming against the ground on each step. This elliptical motion is a lot better for your joints and bones.
While the focus is on the legs, the elliptical can provide a full-body exercise. By grabbing onto attached handles, your upper body will also get a workout. The full-body workout can allow a person to burn as many as 500 calories in a half hour.
** Home gyms and functional trainers are long-time staples in the fitness world, dating back to the days of the Nautilus machine in the 1970s.
** A home gym features one or two weight stacks, along with fixed arms and hand grips to move the weights. Movements on a home gym traditionally follow a set plane, such as military press for shoulders, bench press for chest or leg extensions.
Functional trainers allow users to follow a variety of different paths and are also great ways to build strength and increase flexibility. Check with a specialty fitness store to decide if a home gym or functional trainer is better for you.
** Recumbent bikes, upright bikes and indoor cycles are a great way to get a cardio workout.
These exercise bikes give you a good low-impact workout because you’re not jumping or running on an exercise bike.
Regular exercise on a bike helps improve your cardiovascular health and research has even found that regular workouts on an exercise bike can help manage joint and even back pain. The American Council on Exercise has reported that researchers at the Virginia Medical Center found in a study that people with chronic back pain who rode an exercise bike for 25 minutes had a lower perception of pain for at least 30 minutes afterward.
Basically, if you get the blood flowing and muscles moving on a regular basis, it can loosen up your body.
Postgame show – Shop at At Home Fitness – Arizona’s specialty fitness leader – for great deals on treadmills elliptical machines, exercise bikes, home gyms and functional trainers.
At Home Fitness has stores in Scottsdale, Chandler, Gilbert and Ahwatukee
Having this winning lineup in your own home gym can allow you to working out in the privacy of your own home or office when you want to.
Make workouts more fun by setting up a TV or stereo system in your workout room, or plug in your headphones into the treadmill or elliptical and use your ipod or other music player.
Built in electronics allow you to customize workouts on many types of specialty fitness equipment, ranging from cardio, to strength, to endurance.

At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at aaron@athomefitness.com

3G Cardio Vibration Machines honored with multiple Best Buy Awards

Thursday, March 13th, 2014
AVT 6.0 Vibration Machine by 3G Cardio

AVT 6.0 Vibration Machine by 3G Cardio

As Vibration Training continues to grow in popularity, 3G Cardio continues to win praise and awards for its state-of-the-art machines.
The 3G Cardio AVT™ Vibration Machines – available in 3.0, 5.0 and 6.0 models – provide all of the power, sturdiness and ease to use of a leading competitor, but at about half the price.
With those kind of attributes going for 3G Cardio Vibration Trainers, it comes as no surprise that the following reviewers have given the company based out of Phoeniz, Ariz., Best Buy awards:
* The Fitness Professor
* Vibration-machine-reviews.com
* vibratationplatereview.com
The 3G Cardio 3.0 (MSRP $2,499, At Home Fitness sale price $1,999), 5.0 (MSRP $3,999, AHF sale price $3,599) and 6.0 machines (MSRP $4,999, AHF sale price $4,499) give people the chance to experience all the benefits of vibration training, but at a much lower cost than some other comparable machines.
Just how popular is vibration training? Consider that about half the NFL teams use them, especially liking them for how they help with stretching and overall flexibility.
Yet, these machines are so versatile that many senior citizens and rehab centers use them as well. Celebrities, college and high school athletes and even average every day people exercise on them as well.
Everyone can find their own value in vibration training, whether it’s strength training, flexibility and/or massage. Some people even use vibration trainers to help treat chronic health problems.
3G Cardio Vibration Machines were used during a report on this increasingly popular training method recently on KCWI-TV’s morning show “Great Day” in Des Moines, Iowa recently.
KCWI’s Jackie Schmillen interviewed Doug Corson from Push Pedal Pull about the benefits of vibration training.
“The best way to really explain it is instead of using weights to break down your muscle fibers, it’s so much easier on your body because it moves in three different directions at the same time – front to back, up and down and side to side,” Corson said. “It’s designed to cause muscle confusion.”
Muscle confusion causes your muscle fibers to fire faster than what they normally would.
“They’re forced to balance and react to that unstable surface underneath,” Corson said.

Why train with 3G Cardio?
Vibration Machine Reviews ranked the 3G Cardio 6.0 as its No. 1 machine in the world, stating: “We will put it to you simple, you can either buy a Power Plate® Pro5™ for $9995 or you can buy a 3G Cardio® 6.0 for $4999 and get about the same Hertz, Amplitude, Platform Size and oh yeah, 24 built in programs and a free iPad App!”
In explaining why he gave a repeat “Best Buy” award to 3G Cardio in 2013 for the top ranking among vibration trainers, the Fitness Professor stated: “Compare and you will find that 3G over-powers the competition with class leading platforms, commercial grade components, dual consoles plus their proprietary iTunes Vibration Training app,” The Fit Prof wrote. “Whether it is the robust 3.0 AVT, benchmark setting 5.0 ATV or commercially rated 6.0 AVT, 3G Cardio cannot be beat and is once again our FIT PROF Head of the Class BEST BUY for vibration for the second consecutive year!
The Fit Prof called 3G Cardio, which also produces the award-winning 3G Cardio 80i Fold Flat Treadmill, one of the fitness industry’s up-and-coming manufacturers.
“With over 50 years of combined experience and a very impressive line of vibration plates, 3G is rapidly becoming one of the most sought-after product lines in the industry,” the Fit Prof said.
At a retail price of $4,999 and a weight of 267 pounds, the 3G Cardio AVT™ 6.0 Vibration Machine incredibly has the same-sized workout platform (34×28) to stand on as a popular vibration machine that sells for $12,000.
With the 3G 5.0 and 3.0 machines also offering exceptional features, there’s a size to fit every person’s needs.

At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at aaron@athomefitness.com

AHF to be at Maricopa County Home & Garden Show

Wednesday, March 5th, 2014

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At Home Fitness is excited to showcase its award-winning specialty fitness equipment at the semi-annual Maricopa County Home & Garden Show, which will be held this weekend at the University of Phoenix Stadium.
The latest and greatest products and services from hundreds of reputable companies will be showcased Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday from 10-5.
At Home Fitness will have a 12×40 booth in which it will feature fitness equipment from Octane, 3G Cardio, Inspire, Torque, BH Fitness and Life Core.
Highly trained sales associates – who not only have many years experience selling the equipment, but also using it – will be on hand to answer questions and show people the latest and greatest products and innovations in the industry.
As an added bonus for people who visit the At Home Fitness booth during the Maricopa County Home & Garden Show, there will be great “show specials” with prices that beat the in-store cost on many products. These specials will be available only for customers at the Maricopa County Home & Garden Show.
Among the types of fitness equipment on display will be vibration training machines, a new phenomenon that people should really check out if they haven’t used them before. Also on display will be different types of elliptical machines, treadmills, exercise bikes and home gyms.
Admission to the show for adults is $5.00, for ages 3-12 it’s $2 and it’s free for 2 and under.
In addition to At Home Fitness’ booth, you can find a vast array of home improvement and landscaping displays. It’s a great chance to shop and compare quality products and services to make your home and garden the best they can be.

At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at aaron@athomefitness.com

Tips to stay fit on a budget include finding good used equipment

Wednesday, February 26th, 2014

These days many of us are on a budget, but that doesn’t mean your workouts can’t give you top-dollar results.
At Home Fitness has a great selection of used treadmills, elliptical machines and other specialty equipment. You might want to invest in your health with your tax return. Call 888-940-1022 to speak with an At Home Fitness consultant to find out what kind of deals they have on used equipment or stop into one of At Home Fitness’ Arizona superstores. AHF also buys quality used equipment.
Here are some more tips to keep fit on a budget:
* Schedule your home workouts (the dishes can wait), block distractions (turn your ringer off and tell your dear family to give you 30-minutes of uninterrupted time) and turn up your favorite tunes, and get moving.
* Purchase a set of used dumbbells, resistance bands or exercise tubes and a fitness ball to help you shape up.
* Fitness magazines, smart phone apps or looking up exercise tips and demonstrations on your computer can help you stay motivated and creative.
* Yoga mats are affordable and you can purchase gently used yoga DVDs or other genres of exercise DVD’s and by all means trade with friends or see what’s available at your local library.
* Maybe you can even walk to your local library; #walking… so cheap!
* Remember calisthenics from gym class? Jumping jacks, sit-ups, push-ups, wall squats, are all free. * Contact your local recreation center or community center for affordable exercise classes.
* Join your kids or nieces and nephews in a game of kickball or tag, take a family bike ride, go on a brisk walk with Fido, or play some virtual boxing or tennis with your kids gaming devices.
Working out doesn’t always have to mean unplugging from your family it could be a great way to reconnect with your family too. Stop making excuses that you can’t afford a gym membership or that moving the coffee table out of the way is such a pain, because you can make a difference with simple fitness equipment and good old fashioned determination. Focusing on fitness goals is what really counts.

At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at aaron@athomefitness.com

Torque Fitness functional trainers help people of all ages strengthen muscles

Monday, February 17th, 2014
The Torque F2 Functional Trainer features a compact footprint that doesn’t dominate the room, giving you more choices for room placement  Convenient onboard storage for grip handles, leg boot, squat harness, straight bar, universal adapter, workout manual, and water bottle give you all that’s needed to perform countless strength training exercises.

The Torque F2 Functional Trainer features a compact footprint that doesn’t dominate the room, giving you more choices for room placement
Convenient onboard storage for grip handles, leg boot, squat harness, straight bar, universal adapter, workout manual, and water bottle give you all that’s needed to perform countless strength training exercises.

Getting regular cardio exercise is great for you.
Whether you walk at a good pace, run, ride a bike, or do something else to get your heart beating faster on a consistent basis, it’s a great way to enjoy better health.
However, just about any doctor or trainer will tell you simply doing cardio isn’t enough.
It’s also important to perform strength training exercises several times a week. This will help maintain and even build muscle tone and even helps increase bone density. Although cardio exercise is great for heart health, it does not do a lot for muscle building.
As we get older it can become harder and harder to keep good muscle tone. Starting at age 40, people lose an average of eight percent of their muscle mass per decade. So yes even senior citizens should be performing strength training exercises, albeit with lower weights and higher reps.
It doesn’t have to be that way, though, if people of virtually all ages perform regular strength training exercises they can improve muscle tone and even strengthen bones.
A Home Gym or Functional Trainer is an excellent way to get good strength training workouts.
I really like these two functional trainers from Torque Fitness:
Torque F2 Functional Trainer: This trainer features a compact footprint that doesn’t dominate the room, giving you more choices for room placement
Convenient onboard storage for grip handles, leg boot, squat harness, straight bar, universal adapter, workout manual, and water bottle give you all that’s needed to perform countless strength training exercises.
AHF Sale Price: $2,099, save $900
Torque F7 Fold Away Strength Trainer: This is a dual weight stack gym that offers true independent functional training packaged in a small fold-away footprint. With two adjustable swivel pulleys – each with 30 positions – and two different widths, the F7 accommodates users of all sizes in performing unlimited exercises.
AHF sale price: $3,099, save $1,050

At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at aaron@athomefitness.com

BH Fitness treadmills on sale at At Home Fitness

Thursday, February 6th, 2014
The BH Fitness TS2 is an excellent treadmill for the price point, combining value and performance.

The BH Fitness TS2 is an excellent treadmill for the price point, combining value and performance.

At Home Fitness is an authorized dealer of BH Fitness products both in its Arizona superstores and online.
Two of the BH Fitness Equipment products that really stand out that At Home Fitness is carrying are the BH Fitness TS2 Treadmill (sale price $1,199, save $800) and BH Fitness TS4 Treadmill (sale price $1,799, save $200).
These are excellent treadmills for the price point, combining value and performance. The TS2 has an extra-large blue backlit LCD display and an extra 2 inches of running surface. The folding frame features Safe Drop technology, which helps offer a space-saving solution without sacrificing quality. It has a quiet 2.5 HP DC motor, 20” x 57” running surface and is Polar® wireless HR compatible The TS4 goes up in size with a 22-inch wide commercial running belt on a stylish folding treadmill platform that’s durable and nice looking. It has a quiet 3.0 HP DC motor, 22” x 57” running surface and Polar® wireless HR compatible.
BH FITNESS HISTORY — BH Fitness is an international company with a long tradition of excellence. Based in Spain and forming in 1909. BH Fitness was originally formed by the Beistegui Brothers, aka Beistegui Hermanos (BH).
The brothers started out making various products with steel and even helped make weapons for World War I. After gaining experience in steel treatments, BH focused on making bicycles after 1919. Since that time it has branched out to continually produce products on the cutting edge of technology in the health and fitness industry. Today, BH Fitness has a complete line of home, light commercial and full commercial equipment, ranging from treadmills, upright and recumbent bicycles, ellipticals, indoor training cycles, whole body vibration platforms and strength equipment. Some of the top athletes who train on BH Fitness equipment include Ironman® winners, Olympians and Tour de France stars.

At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. Consult a doctor before making any significant changes in your exercise routine or diet. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at aaron@athomefitness.com

Octane Q47ci, Q47c Ellipticals unmatched for value, quality

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014
Octane Fitness Q47ci Elliptical has an interactive console that has four extra programs not available on the Octane Q47c Elliptical. The “i” stands for interactive and those special programs give users control of their workout like never before. You can wear a wireless harness that detects and monitors your heart rate. The machine can even be programmed to increase or decrease resistance depending on your desired heart rate goal.

Octane Fitness Q47ci Elliptical has an interactive console that has four extra programs not available on the Octane Q47c Elliptical.
The “i” stands for interactive and those special programs give users control of their workout like never before. You can wear a wireless harness that detects and monitors your heart rate. The machine can even be programmed to increase or decrease resistance depending on your desired heart rate goal.

When it comes to getting a top-of-the-line elliptical machine at a great price, you can’t beat the Octane Fitness Q47ci and Q47c.
These ellipticals are every bit as good as commercial machines that you’d find in health clubs, but at a significantly lower price.
They have been recognized my numerous reviewers and trainers as the most ergonomically advanced and technologically superior ellipticals available.
At Home Fitness has great deals and expertise when it comes these machines as the No. 1 dealer of Octane Fitness equipment in Arizona.
The Octane Fitness Q47ci Elliptical ($4,499, save $500) has an interactive console that has four extra programs not available on the Octane Q47c Elliptical.
The “i” stands for interactive and those special programs give users control of their workout like never before. You can wear a wireless harness that detects and monitors your heart rate. The machine can even be programmed to increase or decrease resistance depending on your desired heart rate goal.
The Octane Fitness Q47c Elliptical ($3,999, save $500) is an award-winning machine like the Q47ci, but without as many bells and whistles. You can still get a great, complete-body workout on the Q47c and it has a direct touch heart-rate monitor,
Octane is the unquestioned leader in elliptical machines and the Q47c series is its top line. They are the most ergonomically superior and technologically advanced ellipticals on the market.

At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at aaron@athomefitness.com



 
 
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