www.gwsfr.org Review:GW Students for Recovery - "Not even all the darkness in the world can extinguish the light produced by a single flame"
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We have had the Simply safe alarm for about 4 months or more and we love it. It is nice to know that our home is in safe hands while we are away. Very easy to install, a lot less expensive that all other alarm systems.No contracts and better yet not a outrageous bill every month. Very affordable.
I have been playing PES since it was called Winning Eleven and it only came in Japanese (PS1). This is probably one of its worst outings so far. The past couple of games have been bad but playable. I suspect it might get better through updates, but it should not work like this.
What can I say?? if you are taking USMLE Step 1 you should get this book!! It is different than the previous years ones, it has more useful info on it and it's really like the bible for Step 1!!
The only reason I do not give five stars is because it is not silent but it is pretty quiet and for under $100 it's one of the decade's best bargains. First let me say that I am a 53 year old female and in fairly good shape. My main exercise is walking - I walk five miles at least four times a week (also use my bike to run errands and shop). I wanted something to do on my no-walk days that would work different muscles. The Gazelle is fun and not difficult or unpleasant so of course I'm thinking "this can't be doing any good". No Pain No Gain right? But walking doesn't hurt and is enjoyable too and it does plenty of good so why can't the Gazelle be fun and still effective? I do 30 - 40 minutes on the Gazelle about three times a week, sometimes to a TV program and sometimes to music. When working out to music the Gazelle is exceptionally accomodating in that you can adjust your pace and stride to match ANY tempo. You can really go at it on this thing or you can take it easy. I like being able to alter the intensity. The fact that it is pleasant and enjoyable is more important than you might think - the more fun it is the more apt you are to use it and I don't care how expensive or "efficient" a piece of equipment is if you don't enjoy using it eventually YOU WON'T and how much good will it do then? The Gazelle will be your buddy, not the enemy sitting there waiting to punish you. I have rigged mine up with padded cotton on the foot platforms and cotton socks pulled over the handles so that I can just get on barefoot with no preparation whatsoever and go. All I'm in contact with is cotton which feels really good when you heat up. Hands up high on the handles and you are getting a good upper body workout, hands in the middle section and you are sharing the load between upper and lower body, hands low down and your legs are doing most of the work. As fun and easy as it is when I get off my legs are wobbly so I know for certain that I have been exerting myself. You can work out in many ways like others have said in their reviews - twisting, leaning forward or back, bending you knees, up on your toes, etc. I didn't get a video but lively music will spur you to move in new and creative ways if you get into it. It's like dancing! I did not bother with the electronic read-out thing - it looks pretty useless to me. The clicks and squeaks (and yes I made sure all connections were tight) are not that bad, you can still easily watch TV or listen to music. I have my TV watching/CD playing device right smack in front of my face when I am on the Gazelle, as close as it can be considering the forward swing of the pedals. The whole thing is a simple system of frame and swinging foot platforms suspended by cables - NO PISTONS TO HEAT UP AND LEAK. If there are animals in your house that don't have enough sense to stay away from the Gazelle when you are using it (you know the type) you will want to put your Gazelle in a room or area that can be closed off. Frame tubing is fat and comes in a nice looking silvery gray finish. It's not what would be considered compact so you will need plenty of floor space - at least 34" wide and 74" long to allow for full swing. One reviewer mentioned clips that would hold the foot platforms against the tubing when folding the Gazelle but I have yet to find those on mine, maybe I have a different model. Personally I am really glad that I do not have to fold and store mine, it's heavy and big and I'm certain I'd never use it if I had to go through that much trouble. I highly recommend the Gazelle for people who have the space to keep it up and the time to use it for at least 30 minutes several times a week. I had knee pain from a step machine but I do not have knee pain from the Gazelle.
Borrowed it and used for a while and i decided to own it by ordering. It is very insightful for GRE preparation. Good job.
I only used this twice because I hate the smell of it. I didn't use it enough to see a difference in my hair. If you don't mind the smell then this might work for you but definitely not a product for me.
I've always had skinny limbs, all the body fat in my belly. The infomercial looked so good with all those sincere people (yes) that I decided to try this. The belt is useless. I forgot to return it in time and just thought oh well, perhaps I can sometimes wear it if I need to tuck a heat wrap in my lower back or something. They sent me two gel tubes more and charged my Visa. I made an angry phone call and they said I had agreed to get monthly shipments. Really? I don't think so. I returned the gels, but got only some of my money back. I feel like finding the owner of this stupid belt and egging his or her car. DO NOT ORDER THIS. Order The Fat Flush Plan book instead, by Ann Louise Gittleman.