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Pro Fitter 3D Cross Trainer

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Poster: A snowHead

I have used the Skiers Edge, albeit for only 2 x 10 min sessions, and I tried the 3D Pro Fitter at the ski show and I was quite impressed. The plates move in all four directions and therefore requires you to really engage your core muscles to good effect. The advantages of the Pro Fitter over the Skiers Edge, for us, is the price (£400 ish) size and portability.

Did anyone else try this, or does anyone have one?
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