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Using relax/recliner chairs within living space?

Posted by jkend (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 26, 09 at 11:48

Hi everyone,
I am currently using a recliner and other stuff from theergonomicstore.com (great site for indoor chairs) for my relaxation needs. I was wondering if others have had success in multiapplying their recliners for say abs use? Lol I know it sounds out there but why buy something else that infomercials are selling when I can already use something I have. My niece sparked the comment in a dinner last week. Thinking of getting in shape so I thought why not get opinions on it.. Thanks!

Here is a link that might be useful: sharing ergonomic store url for others if they want


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RE: Using relax/recliner chairs within living space?

Just another spammer.


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Bad SPAM too. LOL


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RE: Using relax/recliner chairs within living space?

Hi, I would say you might want to try the RX-500. They come in two sets and are perfect for your inquiry.

PS: To the people above wow, so rude.


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RE: Using relax/recliner chairs within living space?

Thank you worldview and also for the generosity! I can see how others might be mistaken though.


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RE: Using relax/recliner chairs within living space?

You are most welcome, by the way theergonomicstore was a good visit, thanks for sharing. A bit pricy but definitely cutting edge stuff there.


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