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Gazelle Supreme Step Machines
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- Tighten and tone every major muscle group in your body
- Smoothly transition from a slow walk to full run with no sudden stops
- Get 10 exercises in one amazing calorie burning workout
- Patented, dual-action split suspension provides a complete range of motion and freedom of movement
- Soft Glide technology - innovative technology reduces the impact on your joints
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Our top-of-the line Gazelle Supreme delivers the ultimate low-impact workout offering 10 different exercises within one workout. The Gazelle Supreme provides both aerobic and resistance training, giving you all the benefits of stretching, walking, running, cross-country skiing, aerobic dancing and resistance training without jarring impacts or damaging movements to your body. The versatility of the Gazelle Supreme appeals to both the beginner and the advanced fitness enthusiast. Includes 3 Workout DVDs - 1) Total Body Workout 2) Tony Little's Quick Shape Workout 3) Tony Little's Ultimate Body & Mind Workout; Patented dual pivot system - allowing for a greater range of motion because your legs move independently; Soft Glide technology - this innovative technology reduces the impact on your joints; Power Pistons - hydraulic resistance delivering a more challenging workout; Grip pulse and workout computer - tracks your calories burned, distance, time, speed and pulse rate; extra-wide, non-skid foot platforms; a foldable footprint for easy storage; a maximum weight capacity of 300 pounds; a Nutrition Guide, 22 oz. water bottle + holder.
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Once assembled, easy to operate. Light-weight, easy to move around, and it's truly a great cardio workout. Getting your heart rate up and trimming down is inevitable. It's a fun piece of equipment!!!
Poorly written instructions to assemble. No one likes to screw together pieces and unscrew them to assemble other parts. It can take greater than an hour to put together if you're doing it alone. Equipment started squeaking after first use and can be bothersome if you're listening to music or talking on the phone while Gazelling. Finally, the pulse meter is not accurate at all as I was near exceeding my Maximum Heart Rate too quickly.
Read the maintenance manual on where to lube part and lube all those parts before assembling to avoid the squeaking right after first use. Don't screw anything too tightly until it's completely assembled. I highly recommend starting off without use of the hydraulics system if you're not fit or don't have developed, frequently exercised calf muscles... or you'll be super sore and out of commission for a few days. Don't assemble the water bottle holder if you're only going to do a 15 to 30 minute session, and if you're limited on space (screws for the water holder are not missing - they come screwed onto the unit).
I lost 7+ lbs is under 2 months since adding the Gazelle with a separate Heart Rate Monitor to my fitness equipment list. A combined total of 15+ lbs in just over 2 months, includes use with the Total Gym XLS. I invested in a Polar FT40 and felt safe pushing myself more than I would if I'd rely on the pulse meter that came with the Gazelle. Of course good nutrition and portion size control are important as well, but I could not have done it without the Gazelle! I'm also using a Fitbit One to capture my steps and went from ranking at the bottom with 24 in my group, to 11th on the leader board. I could not have done it without the Gazelle!!! I'm in fitness heaven at this moment!
P.S. I'm not a first time owner of the Gazelle as I used to own one approx 12 years ago when they were larger and didn't have the hydraulics system. I didn't realize what a mistake I made when I sold it back then, until now.
I researched the Gazelle Supreme and felt confident it was going to be the right machine for me. I was not disappointed! Amazon had it to me within a week and I had it assembled within the hour. Great instructions- crappy tools. I ended up using the wrenches anyway because I didn't want to take the time to go to the garage and get mine, but the screwdriver was an abomination- L-shaped. Everything was packaged tightly and everything fit together perfectly. It's noticeably thicker tubing and sturdier than the Edge, and of course heavier- but I like that. I'm about 210lbs and feel very stable on it.
Now for the workout- Like I said, I've been a gazelle user for years, and I remember the first time I used it I could hardly walk for a few days afterwards. Don't make the mistake of trying to keep you heels down, let them come up naturally or your calves will revolt! The first five minutes on the Gazelle Supreme I thought I was going to be in trouble- it was so hard I thought I was going to have to disconnect the resistance shocks (which is an awesome option for starting out). But after a few minutes I got past the "runner's wall" so to speak and was able to continue for a half an hour, long enough to finish my episode of Californication- motivation.
I can't say enough about this machine. I had a steady heart rate of 145bpm for a half an hour. Normally I could only achieve that running, which I hate, or boxing a heavy bag, which I can't continue for 30 minutes strait. It's every thing I loved about my old Gazelle plus the bonus of resistance. The addition of the spring mounted cable is also wonderful to give a softer stride and the larger grips with the built in heart monitor is a welcome change.
To sum it up- Why wouldn't you buy a piece of workout equipment that can work the hell out of you while you watch TV in the comfort of your own home? The option to disconnect the resistance makes this perfect for beginners or more advanced users. It's low impact so your joints won't hate you afterwards. It folds up against the wall or even slides under a bed if you need to put it away. It doesn't need electricity so you can use it anywhere. I think for $285 it's the best all around workout for the buck.