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By Holly Peterson

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FUN Fitness

By Holly Peterson

Treadmill Traveling

Never get bored with your workouts, again...
Article by Jason Daley
Popular Science Magazine
The Nordic Track X7i Incline Trainer raises and lowers itself to
mimic the dips and hills of real-world topography.
The X7i downloads maps over Wi-Fi from a website called iFit, which lets you pick popular routes like San Francisco:s Golden Gate Trail, as well as treks you've designed on your computer across any terrritory covered by Google Maps. As you run, a seven-inch screen scrolls the map and shows snapshots of passig landmarks. (The "scenery" will help distract you from the burning in your legs-the machine cranks to 40 degrees upward or six downward.) Afterward, the console sends workout data to the Web, where you can analyze and plot your next run anywhere on the planet-or beyond, since Google Moon is open fpr hikes, too.

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