our room is not huge but i do have a spot to put the treadmill and it will not be in his way. i need to loose weight and it being in the basement is doing no good cause its cold and i think i will use it more if its here where is available.by the time i get downstairs im like nevermind .Answer Question
No. It shouldn't be in the bedroom. Putting it downstairs is an excellent idea. The colder air will be healthier for you, will make you keep a great pace to stay warm and going up and down the stairs will make for a better workout.
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Yes at first I thought it was a great idea but once I read these ladies post it is true the bedroom is for sex and sleep. Well you already know you dh's thoughts on it now if you are able to bring that treadmil up by yourself then go for it but don't hurt yourself but you'd probably be better off doing what all these ladies suggested...sorry I wish I could tell you different. It's funny that you ask this question I kind of asked this awhile back about pulling our treadmil from one of the front bedrooms into the living room bc I babysit for a living and I wanted the treadmil right there so I can watch the kids while I workout he said NO to me too...so don't feel bad he said he did not want our living room looking like a gym...oh well. Let's just get off our butts and go for it. I need to lose 40lbs.
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It should be where ever you will be inclined to use it. If it's in the basement and you don't like going down there you will never use it... then what good is it to you??
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