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Since they first hit the scene in the 1990s, elliptical trainers have remained popular among gym-goers and home-exercise enthusiasts. For the uninitiated, the elliptical may seem like the lazy person’s treadmill. But for regular users, the appeal of these machines is obvious: Running can be rough on a person’s joints, but elliptical machines appear to be a gentler, lower-impact, but still vigorous form of aerobic training.
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