Laptop-Xercise

Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by Intense, Feb 23, 2009.

  1. macrumors regular

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    my exercise setup, i don't use the macbook pro, just the dell for this one


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    jackiecanev2

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    I get it, laptop on treadmill... but I mean, I don't really... get it...?
     
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    sk8mash

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    Could you take pictures that were any more awkward to look at?
     
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    chilipie

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    Sooo, what happens when you drip sweat all over the keyboard? ;)
     
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    I picked extreme angles for the pictures, didn't want to offend or confuse you :D In terms of sweat, Yes, my hand get sweaty and my palms as well ... but I am not doing any extreme cardio on the bike and it works out for me very well ... i wipe the keyboard clean with an disinfectant and voila ...
     
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    Melrose

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    What happens when you eat a big lunch right before running 15 miles on a steep inline...?
     
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    RITZFit

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    hopefully its secured tightly or else that laptop is gonna make for a really cool looking paperweight
     
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    :D

    Unfortunately the laptop is NOT secured tightly AT ALL ... If i leave it standing, it barely holds its balance and I always have my hands close-by and when i am exercising and using it, i just put the weight of my fore-arm on it and the balance is achieved.

    Having the laptop while working out, is a real luxury. It helps me get through the exercise with much ease. Again, this is not extreme cardio where sweat is flying everywhere.
     

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