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We have a brief list below of some of the most popular places on the Web for finding used exercise, fitness and workout equipment.


Just like all other rumors that you might hear there are truths and fictions about health and fitness too. You hear about a tip for boosting your fitness goals at the gym and maybe don't hear the whole thing and go off and tell someone else, this is how myths are born. Maybe they even didn't hear it right. But they innocently tell something they know, and another myth is born, again.

We are likely to take a person of authority more seriously than any other person. In fact, these untruths can be extremely dangerous if you perform the exercise incorrectly. We will talk about some of the worst fitness and health facts and rumors.

Would you be surprised to learn that myths exist about treadmill workouts and your knees. Some people believe that running on a treadmill is not as hard on your knees as running on pavement, concrete, or asphalt. We need to bust this myth; it's not fact. Running forces your knees to take the full impact of your weight. Your knees will still experience that impact regardless of surface you are running on.

Treadmills may offer some give but they are not going to offer extra support to your knees. Having a good running shoe can help benefit your knees.

No pain, no gain. That's the only way to do it and get great results. Dangerously incorrect is what that statement really is. In addition, there is very real potential for inflicting serious bodily damage by living that particular motto. The pain of a good workout should not inhibit your other activities. If you experience pain after a workout that doesn't go away or only appears to be getting worse, stop doing the activity. If you have injured yourself, you want to stop exercising to avoid increasing the level of your injury.

Sometimes you can hear people complaining that their body cannot get used to exercising at some particular time of day, or they are too tired at the end of the day. If you know what your natural circadian cycle is you would be able to reset it. If you tried working out in the morning, you may have noticed that your body was letting you know it is too early for that stuff. Your body will adjust to the change, but you have to allow it about 3-4 weeks. Then it will feel totally natural. Your mind is the one that is tired and resistant, but once you break through your resistance and do some exercise after work your body will have more energy.

You will be more capable of knowing what it truth and what is lie if you take time to do the research. It's in your best interest to do the research. You're making the extra effort to exercise, be sure you know how to do it right. You will experience better results if you do the research first.


eBay
You can find a lot of new and used items on eBay. Along with the many thousands of individuals and small businesses selling on eBay, many well-known companies are now selling on eBay as well. So, along with all of the used products available for sale, you can often get new, discontinued, open-box or overstocked models for a discounted price. If you aren't a member of eBay yet, they have a very easy sign-up process. They just need to know your name, address and e-mail address. Buying is very simple. Because you can view each seller's business history and customer rating, almost all buyers find the entire process easy and safe.



Amazon.com
If you haven't been to Amazon.com in a few years, you may not recognize it today. Amazon is essentially an online mall now. They have partnered with companies including Target, Toys 'R 'Us, Marshall Fields and Office Depot along with a host of brand name catalog companies in their "zShops". You can find both new and used books, music, sporting goods, apparel, jewelry, electronics, home and garden products, pet supplies, hobby items, car parts, collectibles and more. Items are sold both in the traditional online manner as well as auctions.
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Antiques - furniture, ceramics, hardware, plates, bowls, books, picture frames, candlesticks, snuff bottles, linens, tablecloths, teapots and more.
Apparel - infants, jeans, jackets, leather, mens and womens clothing, maternity, shoes and more.
Art - posters, watercolor, photographs, prints, sculpture and more.
Books - history, reference, pop-up, textbooks, test prep and study aids, magazines, catalogs, cooking, fitness, sports, pet care and more.
Business & Industrial - building materials, air tools, hand tools, power tools, air compressors, repair manuals, healthcare, industrial supply, electrical equipment, packaging, alarm systems, laboratory equipment, metalworking, printing items, retail items, test equipment and more.
Collectibles - advertisement items, animal items, seasonal, plates, trading cards, lunch boxes and more.
Computers and Electronics - cameras, car audio, cell phones, monitors, GPS, spy cameras, home audio, laptops, PDAs, boomboxes, telephones, radar detectors, metal detectors and more.
Dolls and Bears - Barbie dolls, dresses, dollhouses, paper dolls, Boyds Bears and more.
Home - nursery items, bath accessories, bedding, area rugs, furniture, home furnishings, slipcovers, bar stools, dinnerware, ceiling fans, desk lamps, lava lamps, appliances, outdoor furniture, pet supplies, tools, ice cream makers, bread machines, comforters and more.
Jewelry and Watches - anklets, bracelets, charm bracelets, earrings, jewelry boxes, beads, loose gemstones, necklaces, pendants, pins, rings, diamond bracelets, earrings and necklaces, emerald earrings and pendants, pocket watches, wristwatches and more.
Music, Videos, DVDs and Games - DVD movies, VHS, CDs, cassettes, videos, Playstation, Nintendo, music and movie memorabilia and more.
Musical Instruments - brass instruments, woodwind instruments, string instruments, drum machines, acoustic guitars, electric guitars, pianos, drums, guitar amps, rack gear, multi-track recorders, sheet music, music books and more.
Sports - sports cards, professional and college sports fan items, memorabilia, archery, baseball bats, basketball supplies, billiards, boxing, outdoor equipment, canoes, inflatable boats, rafts, road bikes, kids bikes, fitness equipment, football gear, golf clubs, hockey gear, hunting supplies, ice skates, martial arts, paintball, racquets, scooters, skateboards, ski equipment, snowboards, water sports and more.
Toys & Hobbies - action figures, baby toys, blocks, Fisher-Price, radio controlled toys, educational, models and kits, puzzles, stuffed animals, toy soldiers, TV characters, The Simpsons, SpongeBob Squarepants, Harry Potter, PeeWee Herman and more.
Other - coins, stamps, pottery, gifts, and everything else not included above.
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