Stamina AeroPilates 695 with Rebounder

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Stamina AeroPilates 695 with Rebounder
Price: $299.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard
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Stamina AeroPilates 695 with Rebounder
Price: $299.99
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Wayfair has some really great reviews

If I had the money I would be all over this. About ten years ago I injured my back and my Doctor suggested I try Pilates. It was by far the best physical therapy I have ever done. All of the little moves you do on this rebounder give you a very intense workout.

So would this be good for someone that has lower back issues and needs to lose weight to resolve at least some of the said back issues?

It shows a stand attachment in one of the pictures- does Aeropilates come with a stand attachment?

My neighbor bought one of these (complete with foot pad or whatever) on Craigslist last year for a hundred bucks. She’s never used it, so I imagine she’s probably ready to let it go for about $8o, just as soon as she clears the piles of clothes, folded laundry, etc. off of it.

Just sayin’.

This would be great for my babysitter’s Kegel exercises. Too bad it doesn’t vibrate.

Yeah, my neighbor bought a blender on Craigslist, and since it uses electricity, we had to plug it in.

If I had the money, I’d get a cosmetic forehead implant. The rebounder might help too.


Well, nobody should get an exercise machine (or gym membership) thinking the financial commitment or Thing™ will make them exercise. Buying a nice vacuum doesn’t make you clean either, I’ve tried it.

I got myself an exercise bike off Amazon a few months ago after walking (outside, for free) consistently for over a year and wanting something to save me having to go out in the cold and dark in winter. It’s been working out great, but that’s because I knew I would use it. (I got an Exerpeutic 400XL and love it–probably not for a serious biker or very large people though)

I’m interested in this but not having taken any pilates classes or used any of the equipment, I wouldn’t do it, but that’s mostly because it’s big ticket and I don’t have any room for it. Pilates would probably be very good for my back and hip problems, so something like this might be in my future, just not my present.

I have one of these and use it ALL the time. With any exercise equipment it takes commitment, BUT, sadly 90% go unused.
This machine is a great home workout. I also attend classes on the pilates reformer, so, I know how to properly use it. It’s a fantastic low impact workout that strengthens and tones…IF you use it. There’s a lot of dvd’s out there to help with form & routines. My core muscles are getting strong and my posture is improving.

Bought this here last year when it was only 199 so disappointed the price has jumped so high. Worth the old price but at 300 I’d pass.

Sorry, we’re showing it, but also labeling it as an optional stand accessory.

Oh, okay I did not see that! Thank you!

Can this sit on a carpeted area??

Yes. I’ve used it on carpet without a problem but can’t recommend it at this price. It was here last year for $100 less!

It’s hard to sell something you put money into but I’d bet she would pay you to take it to reclaim the $30/sq ft of floor space it’s taking up.

$304 Hahahahahaha (woot you crack me up)