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How to Simulate the Stair Climbing Machines: Working out while Laying down in a Matress

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Last Edited: August 12, 2010, 6:33 am

like have a machine where you recline laying down supporting your weight i dont like like a matress, then have the 2 flat steps that the stair climber machine has and have them hooked like through a pulley to some weights and all you do is push outwards with each leg....Same as a threadclimber machine but better because the weight is not falling on your feets/legs plus you are more relaxed....This is also for people who are sick or cant move out of bed...but unlike the stair climber where you are lifting your own weight, on this machine you can put the WEIGHT YOU WANT ON THE WEIGHTS...

It will be, JUST LIKE STAIR CLIMBING...

the only difference is that you will be step climbing slower....

 

that machine willl look something like this:

 

 

         ¿------------q       

                   ------I                               

 

Connect the lines [ i and q....The q will be where you place your feets, the bottom part and and it have a

closed hook]....The bottom/lower part extending to the left if where someone will, lay down in the mattress....

Basically like a LARGE BENT ¨J¨with a crane extending to the left.....From your starting point will be: Right, Up and Left and then halway down or a tiny bit down....

the last, inverted question mark to the right will be the, weights...The roof/ceiling will have support structures looking like the letter A and the mattress will have huge metal clipps to attached it to the floor...

it could also look something like this:

                   P--------------¿

                  I--q

           ______I

 

Basically like a: 5 or S....Where the inverted question mark is is where the weights will go...

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