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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #69 - cazabrow
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This thing is ******* awesome..
#50 - gaaay
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Can you pop a wheelie with your legs? Didn't think so.
#46 - jumpindafire
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#41 - anon id: d763e0da
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For anyone that has actually ever done any physical exercise... this doubles your exercise, as well has has you run on a better surface than asphalt. Ask many runners later on and they tell you they'd buy this in a heartbeat
User avatar #49 to #41 - chuckbillrow
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as a runner i can safely say i would not purchase that contraption
#48 to #41 - PubLandlord
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Nah I'm good
#38 - slyve
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I would buy that just so people go "WTF" when i walk (or drive) by them.
#22 - pjflash
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Why?
#13 - sirbrentcoe
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...wat?
...wat?
User avatar #59 - screamingdemon
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Maybe it's because you want to change the incline while running outside.
#52 - gaminggenus
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#51 - joexdtry
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its so you can stand still but that thing will keep on rolling for a while. just like a bike.
#54 to #51 - comradewinter
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The wheels are operated by the threadmill, and most likely vice versa, thus standing still will send you flying off.
#55 to #54 - joexdtry
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google threadmill with wheels and there will be an explanation of how it works.
#36 - rainytrain
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FINALLY something I can ride!!! Hurrrr Durr
User avatar #33 - narutohaukea
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cause you have to run otherwise you wont have enough speed and will fall over.
i want it!!!!
User avatar #31 - tealkangaroo
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so you don't have to fun downhills

the only explanation i can think of
#34 to #31 - hillzy
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You would have to run twice as fast down hill. (assuming the wheels are driven by the mat and vice versa)
User avatar #37 to #34 - tealkangaroo
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I thought it appeared that there was a little bit on the edge you could put your feet on
User avatar #20 - DmOnZ
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Looks like it might be for people with sever shin splints or something... dunno... still kinda stupid though.
User avatar #21 to #20 - iamthou
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nah, treadmills are actually worse for your shins and have a greater chance of causing splints.

I would assume it's faster form of travel and running powers it on.
#14 - Tatou
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Why not just run? Why not just ride a bike?
#3 - echobase
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#73 - inametoasted
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**inametoasted rolled a random image posted in comment #386492 at Video Games Board - console gaming, pc vs console gaming, video console and games ** how you would look on it
#65 - anon id: af148b1d
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Cthulhu*
User avatar #16 - TheOriginalNerd
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that actually looks like a **** ton of fun
User avatar #15 - Ranzel
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I suppose it would work your core some with the balance...and all surfaces would be made basically flat...but, still...