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Tony Little Gazelle Freestyle





Tony Little Gazelle Freestyle Elite Exercise Machine - Bookshelf


128 pages

Popular Mechanics

2004-08

TONY LITTLE GAZELLE FREESTYLE ELITE Ferrigno's third-best infomercial machine is a real swinger. ... Keep in mind that no infomercial fitness machine will begin to compare to the quality and construction of a commercial unit that you 'd ...

About this book
Popular Mechanics inspires, instructs and influences readers to help them master the modern world. Whether it’s practical DIY home-improvement tips, gadgets and digital technology, information on the newest cars or the latest breakthroughs in science -- PM is the ultimate guide to our high-tech lifestyle.



128 pages

Popular Mechanics

2004-08

Keep in mind that no infomercial fitness machine will begin to compare to the quality and construction of a commercial unit ... 800-436-8292 www.treadclimber. com TONY LITTLE GAZELLE FREESTYLE ELITE PRICE: $449.70 EVALUATION: ...

About this book
Popular Mechanics inspires, instructs and influences readers to help them master the modern world. Whether it’s practical DIY home-improvement tips, gadgets and digital technology, information on the newest cars or the latest breakthroughs in science -- PM is the ultimate guide to our high-tech lifestyle.



128 pages

Popular Mechanics

2004-08

800-436-8292 www.treadclimber.com TONY LITTLE GAZELLE FREESTYLE ELITE PRICE: $449.70 EVALUATION: Very ... This strength-trainer machine relies on heavy rubber bands for resistance and offers seven core exercises, six of which ...

About this book
Popular Mechanics inspires, instructs and influences readers to help them master the modern world. Whether it’s practical DIY home-improvement tips, gadgets and digital technology, information on the newest cars or the latest breakthroughs in science -- PM is the ultimate guide to our high-tech lifestyle.


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Tony Little Gazelle Freestyle Elite Reviews – Viewpoints.com
I received the Tony Little Gazelle Freestyle Elite as a replacement for the original Gazelle. I set up this device in a a matter of minutes. The instructions were ...

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Get motivated with Tony Little and his enthusiastic approach to fitness with the Gazelle Freestyle Pro fitness machine, back by popular demand — the Gazelle is our ...

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    Gazelle Edge

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    Rating (890 reviews):
    (4.1/5)
    Gazelle

    A great little machine (no pun intended)

    After trying out about a dozen different elliptical exercisers in sporting stores, I eventually bought the Gazelle Edge. It is a great little excercise machine but does have some short comings.I opted for this one because:1. PRICE: After trying out the ellipticals it became very clear that cheap ellipticals are incredibly uncomfortable to use. The motion on machines under $750 was either jerky or the short stride lead to the machine feeling more like a stepper than an elliptical. Many of the low line models were not all that stable. Of the mid-range steppers, I almost bought the Horizons E70 on sale for about $550 (marked down from the mid-$700s). This machine lacked a lot of options but did have the most natural motion I could find in a stepper in this range. Nevertheless, the motion on the Gazelle (they had the souped up Freestyle with thumb-pulse) was at least as good. The price on the Freestyle is about $200 on Amazon.com and the basic model is... 4/5 Jojoleb "jojoleb" (NJ) - See all my reviews, May 1, 2006

    Fun, easy to use and effective

    I absolutely love this glider! And for the price you cant beat it.It arrived practicalyy assembled, you only need to add the handle bars at the top and the on board computer. Which is optional and I choose to not use so I dont focus on "calories" burned but by my own exhaustion and muscle burn. But that's just me.At first it was very different to use, a smooth fluid motion. But balance was found quickly and then the fun began. This is unlike walking or running, there is no impact and you get more or a back leg and butt workout. You can choose to use your hands in a low, medium or high grip with different results for your upper body and difficulty of workout. You can also choose to rest your hands to the sides for the easiest of workouts or move them along the sides as you would during a jog for more difficulty.This was surprisingly more difficult than I imagined. I worked up quite a sweat in only 30 minutes and I work out regularly with a recumbant... 5/5 Elizebeth Neumann (Seattle, wa) - See all my reviews, January 30, 2005

    Not bad.

    I took the gamble (aren't all infomercial products a gamble?) and the following are my results and impressions:Packaging/Shipping: From time of order (over the internet), it took a little over a week to receive the Gazelle, which came in a damaged box with a deep slice (hole) right where the shipping label was located. Opening the box brought to light that the equipment itself was left unharmed (except for a couple of minor abrasions and a tiny gouge). I received the workout DVDs (three of them for an extra $30) two "shipping" days later.Assembly: The instructions are adequate and assembly was straightforward, plus this unit is partial assembled to begin with. Although they provided a wrench (actually, they provided two same-size wrenches and extra hardware if needed) to finish assembling the unit, I'd recommend that you use a socket wrench. I was in no particular hurry and was looking over the exercise booklet while putting the Gazelle together, so it... 4/5 dsrussell "greyhater" (Corona, CA. United States) - See all my reviews, June 2, 2005
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    Unsurpassed range of motion goes from slow walk to full run with no sudden stops
    High-performance exercise glider for improved cardiovascular performance
    High-density foam handlebars; maximum weight capacity of 250 pounds
    Extra-wide, non-skid foot platforms; durable 1.5-inch rolled steel frame
    Easy-to-use, 5-function workout computer tracks speed, distance, time, and more


  • Gazelle

    Gazelle Freestyle

    Sports (Gazelle)

    Rating (160 reviews):
    (3.7/5)
    Gazelle

    A solidly built, joint friendly, inexpensive cardio solution.

    I have had the Gazelle Freestyle for 5 years now, and its still chuggin' along just fine. When I first started using this machine, I was 24 and in the worst shape of my life at 315lbs (6'1"). I needed something that was easy on the joints, as well as something that was built well enough to support my weight. The Gazelle did both.While putting it together, I made sure to WD40 the areas that could squeek, and mine has operated silently since. Never did I have any sense of it breaking under my weight.Getting my heart rate up with this thing was easy, and the thumb sensor was a nice touch. However, after dropping my first 40-50 lbs, I decided to get a real heart rate monitor to use for High Intensity Interval Training. Since then the onboard display has stopped working due to the battery dying (which can be replaced), but I have no need for it now. I know a lot of people here are saying that this doesn't have enough resistance and that they can't get a good cardio... 5/5 DHGroove "dhg" - See all my reviews This review is from: Gazelle Freestyle (Sports) I have had the Gazelle Freestyle for 5 years now, and its still chuggin' along just fine. When I first started using this machine, I was 24 and in the worst shape of my life at 315lbs (6'1"). I needed something that was easy on the joints, as well as something that was built well enough to support my weight. The Gazelle did both.While putting it together, I made sure to WD40 the areas that could squeek, and mine has operated silently since. Never did I have any sense of it breaking under my weight.Getting my heart rate up with this thing was easy, and the thumb sensor was a nice touch. However, after dropping my first 40-50 lbs, I decided to get a real heart rate monitor to use for High Intensity Interval Training. Since then the onboard display has stopped working due to the battery dying (which can be replaced), but I have no need for it now. I know a lot of people here are saying that this doesn't have enough resistance and that they can't get a good cardio... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 19, 2009

    pretty satified

    When I bought this product it was because I wanted a way to work out at home but i did not have enough money to buy an expensive tredmill or eliptical and thought this was a cheaper alternative. I was worried because I read a lot of online reviews that stated it was very hard to put together but I did not find that was the case I just dont think people realize it takes between 30 and 45 miniutes to assemble but the directions were easy to understand and I got it together with out any major problems.I have also read reveiws that states that the machine is very squeeky which it is at times for me but if you just spray some DW 40 on it a little that seems to solve the problem.I orginally wanted to use the machine while watching TV but I usually dont feel like I am getting much of a workout. My machine came with DVD's (I bought mine from HSN) and when I follow along with those I feel like I get a much better workout. Its good to watch them to at least see all of... 4/5 Amazon Customer (chicago, IL) - See all my reviews This review is from: Gazelle Freestyle (Sports) When I bought this product it was because I wanted a way to work out at home but i did not have enough money to buy an expensive tredmill or eliptical and thought this was a cheaper alternative. I was worried because I read a lot of online reviews that stated it was very hard to put together but I did not find that was the case I just dont think people realize it takes between 30 and 45 miniutes to assemble but the directions were easy to understand and I got it together with out any major problems.I have also read reveiws that states that the machine is very squeeky which it is at times for me but if you just spray some DW 40 on it a little that seems to solve the problem.I orginally wanted to use the machine while watching TV but I usually dont feel like I am getting much of a workout. My machine came with DVD's (I bought mine from HSN) and when I follow along with those I feel like I get a much better workout. Its good to watch them to at least see all of... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 7, 2007

    The gazelle is everything you need!

    Just 3 weeks ago, I came here looking at reviews for the Tony Little's Gazelle Freestyle, and read mixed reviews. However, most were encouraging, and I thought it sounded like the thing for me. I have now used the gazelle for less than 2 weeks, and have already seen results!This is no lie -- I lost 2 inches in the waist, 2 in the hips, 2 in the abdomin, and 2 in the thighs. I'm just as freaked as you may be, but I'm telling you, this is the honest truth!I was discouraged that I had not been seeing any results on the scales lately, and needed to change things up, so I'd see something move again. This gazelle did it for me. At this time, I'm only up to 30 minutes a day, and 1-3/4 miles... I'm still a work in progress. But these results are no lie. Just think how much results I'll see when I can stay on longer! They advertise it as a low impact overall machine, and it truly is. I have Rheumatoid Arthritis, and Fibromyalgia, so I was looking for something I... 5/5 Lindahntx (TX United States) - See all my reviews This review is from: Gazelle Freestyle (Sports) Just 3 weeks ago, I came here looking at reviews for the Tony Little's Gazelle Freestyle, and read mixed reviews. However, most were encouraging, and I thought it sounded like the thing for me. I have now used the gazelle for less than 2 weeks, and have already seen results!This is no lie -- I lost 2 inches in the waist, 2 in the hips, 2 in the abdomin, and 2 in the thighs. I'm just as freaked as you may be, but I'm telling you, this is the honest truth!I was discouraged that I had not been seeing any results on the scales lately, and needed to change things up, so I'd see something move again. This gazelle did it for me. At this time, I'm only up to 30 minutes a day, and 1-3/4 miles... I'm still a work in progress. But these results are no lie. Just think how much results I'll see when I can stay on longer! They advertise it as a low impact overall machine, and it truly is. I have Rheumatoid Arthritis, and Fibromyalgia, so I was looking for something I... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 18, 2007
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    High-performance exercise glider for improved cardiovascular performance
    Unsurpassed range of motion goes from slow walk to full run with no sudden stops
    Maximum weight capacity of 300 pounds; includes personal trainer video
    Extra-wide, non-skid foot platforms; built-in thumb pulse monitor for tracking heart rate
    Easy-to-use, multifunction workout computer tracks speed, distance, time, and more


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