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BOWFLEX MAX TRAINER M7

By 2 January, my Christmas/New Year hangover has just about cleared and, right on time, the annual fitness bug has pulled into the station, as it does every year without fail (clearly not operated by Southern Rail). Nationwide, gyms are filled to capacity, with regulars complaining about the wave of well-meaning newbies and queues for weights and treadmills almost as long as those for a drink in the pub on Christmas Eve. Having endured this annual onslaught too many times before, this year I decide it’s time to try to get my cardio fix from the comfort of my home, and plump (perhaps not the best word to use) for the Bowflex MAX Trainer M7, a compact cross-trainer that “works to build a perfect body,” according to the manufacturer. Challenge accepted.

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