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A MET is a measurement of oxygen consumption. One MET equals the approximate amount of oxygen consumed per minute by a person at rest. An individual exercising at two METs is consuming oxygen at twice his or her resting rate.

A MET is a measurement of oxygen consumption. One MET equals the approximate amount of oxygen consumed per minute by a person at rest. An individual exercising at two METs is consuming oxygen at twice his or her resting rate.

A MET is a measurement of oxygen consumption. One MET equals the approximate amount of oxygen consumed per minute by a person at rest. An individual exercising at two METs is consuming oxygen at twice his or her resting rate.

The primary difference between home and commercial equipment is the engineering and construction to ensure reliability and performance under different use conditions. Precor commercial equipment is designed to withstand near constant use in facilities, while home equipment is built to withstand use in a home setting. Home equipment also features more user amenities and individual-based programming such as User IDs, workout logs and safety features. Home equipment is also generally smaller, weighs less and has an softer, warm brown color palette.

The primary difference between home and commercial equipment is the engineering and construction to ensure reliability and performance under different use conditions. Precor commercial equipment is designed to withstand near constant use in facilities, while home equipment is built to withstand use in a home setting. Home equipment also features more user amenities and individual-based programming such as User IDs, workout logs and safety features. Home equipment is also generally smaller, weighs less and has an softer, warm brown color palette.

The primary difference between home and commercial equipment is the engineering and construction to ensure reliability and performance under different use conditions. Precor commercial equipment is designed to withstand near constant use in facilities, while home equipment is built to withstand use in a home setting. Home equipment also features more user amenities and individual-based programming such as User IDs, workout logs and safety features. Home equipment is also generally smaller, weighs less and has an softer, warm brown color palette.

Though it can be annoying, the static generated by exercising on your Precor equipment is not dangerous.

Though it can be annoying, the static generated by exercising on your Precor equipment is not dangerous.

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