Cardiovascular Exercise Gym Equipment : Correct Treadmill Use for Cardiovascular Exercise

May 3, 2011 by  
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I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

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Learn how use a treadmill, with tips on adjusting the settings, warming up, running and stopping safely in this free cardio fitness video about cardio gym exercise. Expert: David Feraco Bio: Dave Feraco is a certified personal trainer at MG Fitness in Medford, MA. Filmmaker: Paul Ferguson

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10 Responses to “Cardiovascular Exercise Gym Equipment : Correct Treadmill Use for Cardiovascular Exercise”
  1. I really appreciate this post. I have been looking everywhere for this! Thank goodness I found it on Bing. You have made my day! Thanks again!

  2. TheRudyroo71 says:

    His accent is working class Bostonian, not New York. Wrong stereotype ūüôĀ

  3. stekow1111 says:

    no problem with the sound here.

  4. yuhereexe says:

    i should of watched this, before i friction burned my leg was like 2 inch cut ,meh.. its healed, but good guide, i might implement this into my fitness program

  5. HandsomeMattt says:

    With the accent and that track suit, I’d say it’s highly possible.

  6. smehdiabbas says:

    sound quality is v poor

  7. MarijuanaGood4U says:

    I wonder if this man ever worked as a hired gun for the Mafia.

  8. misgnaaregay says:

    Thank you, that was really helpful.

  9. nithyamanu says:

    thanks,that was helpful

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