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Staircllimber - not sure. I haven't hear any real success stories.
Spinning - way behind the first 2 and I don't know about climber.
I know runners who have come back strong after using elliptical while injured. Two of them are 2:40's marathoners. It's supposed to be next best machine after treadmill for runners. You can set the treadmill on incline to simulate hills. Doesn't your gym have one?
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