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Benefits

It has a setting where you can put it at around 700 lumen (plenty of light for riding on the street and non-technical mtb sections) and with one press of the button it switches to 1500 lumen (definitely needed for fast technical sections). It's also light and compact enough enough to easily mount on the handlebars and gives a nice floodlight. I also have more of a narrow beam light mounted on my helmet. This one should give around 1000 lumens (it's the BBB BLS-132 Stride 1000).
Positive
Joris818
reddit.com
reddit.com/r/flashlight

Health

Well... It's more of a workout "area" than a gym at this point but I have my FID bench on the way and I by some miracle was able to grab a pair of Bowflex Selectech 552 dumbbells at my local sporting store. I was searching for those for about 2 and a half months and almost did a backflip when I got the last pair this morning. I have my bench on the way, my dip bars, and my weights now.
Positive
lolspHD
reddit.com
reddit.com/r/homegym
We've been trying out the Echelon Stride treadmill and running classes.
All in all, the whole Echelon package will appeal to those who have the means and desire to add some class based running to the weekly milage, all from the comfort of home. This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at piano
Positive
2 months ago
runnersworld.com
runnersworld.com

Time

Well... It's more of a workout "area" than a gym at this point but I have my FID bench on the way and I by some miracle was able to grab a pair of Bowflex Selectech 552 dumbbells at my local sporting store. I was searching for those for about 2 and a half months and almost did a backflip when I got the last pair this morning. I have my bench on the way, my dip bars, and my weights now.
Positive
lolspHD
reddit.com
reddit.com/r/homegym
Not worth the cost imo. 3.

Injury Prevention

Not worth the cost imo. 3.

Intensity

It has a setting where you can put it at around 700 lumen (plenty of light for riding on the street and non-technical mtb sections) and with one press of the button it switches to 1500 lumen (definitely needed for fast technical sections). It's also light and compact enough enough to easily mount on the handlebars and gives a nice floodlight. I also have more of a narrow beam light mounted on my helmet. This one should give around 1000 lumens (it's the BBB BLS-132 Stride 1000).
Positive
Joris818
reddit.com
reddit.com/r/flashlight