Should I blow my budget to get the things I want now? Or pay a high mark up but make low monthly payments and wait for shipping?
I have $1'000 and want to get a treadmill, an Xbox one, and a television. I just want to game it and get in shape.
Like I said, go for a walks.
While you're out there on these walks you can talk to actual human beings while looking them in the eye and become familiar with peoples body language.
>I have everything I need except confidence and a mind-numbing recreational outlet.
How the fuck is an xbox and a TV and a treadmill going to get you those things?
Are people really this stupid?
$1,000 will barely buy you a decent treadmill. I made the mistake of getting a $600 treadmill on sale for $500. I broke it in like 6 months. inb4 fatass. I'm 5'11" 145lbs but I would run on it full speed about 15-20 miles a week. My sister spent like $2,000 on a treadmill like 5 years ago and it's still working like a champ.
Just go run outside though. Don't waste your money on a treadmill. Odds are you won't use it for a long time. No offense but most people lack commitment to exercise.
Thanks for the tip. I'll either get the insurance or reconsider models. I used to weigh 300lbs and am down to 170 so I can commit, I just need to change up the routine. But running at this weight outside is too intimidating.
A treadmill? Man, it is like you haven't even been told off by /fit/ yet. Don't get a treadmill, running is fucking horrible except for getting better at running.
Swimming burns more calories and will give you a better shape. Cycling is fun, easier on the joints and useful. Skipping is cheap, compact, portable and deceptively difficult to sustain if you keep pushing to train cardiovascular function.
Or when you are ready to leave humanity behind get straight on the couch and stay there between reps on the couch to squats and oats autism intensified weight training routine starting strength.